It by no means produces a sound that'll do anything less than annoy audiophiles, and it's no living room hi-fi replacement. But it's fine for the upcoming summer festivals.
Gear4's new StreetParty 3 arrived at Crave just in time for us to play Will Smith songs through it, and we've got some first impressions to share with you about this £30 festival-ready iPod speaker system
This is no bass-lovers' speaker, but the StreetParty Size 0 could be just the ticket for frequent travelers looking for an ultraslim sound system to keep them entertained on the road.
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Gear4's StreetParty Size 0 iPod speakers are so thin they're almost invisible. They're also pretty affordable and well built, too. Are these speakers the Kate Moss of the iPod world?
The dock folds into the body of the system.
The Gear4 StreetParty Size 0 is an ultra-portable iPod speaker system that takes up as much space as a paperback book. At only 16mm thick we're suitably curious
It looks like a compact 2.1 speaker set for the iPod but, pull off the magnetically connected front panel and you've got a portable, battery-powered system.
Gear4's Duo is one of the most unusual iPod speaker docks we've seen, and at £150 it's not the most expensive, either. It's essentially two products in one and we're pretty taken with it
It's an attractive Bluetooth alternative to a typical iPod dock.
Altec Lansing has just launched its new SoundBlade Bluetooth speaker system and it's all kinds of perfect for festivals, we'd say