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 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
The dock folds into the body of the system.
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