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Say ya, mon to The House of Marley Bag of Rhythm, a jammin' iPhone/iPod boom box that comes with its own rasta-esque canvas carrying sack and a battery power option for mobile use.
In case you've never heard of House of Marley, it's a newcomer to the audio electronics scene, and makes Bob Marley-inspired headphones, earphones, and other audio products like this boom box, an eye-catching piece that kicks out the tunes pretty hard with impressive sound quality.
I liked the design. The birch front makes you think skateboard -- or at least the bottom of one -- and the exterior housing is made out of eco-friendly recycled plastic.
As for the canvas carrying bag, it snaps on to the exterior of the unit and is removable. The Bag of Rhythm is not light, weighing in at 10 pounds, but can be carried on your shoulder using the strap that's integrated into the bag. Alternatively, the bag also has carrying handles, so you can tote the boom box around like a briefcase.
The sound was more impressive than I thought it would be. You can lay the unit on its side or tilt it up and have the speakers fire upward. Specs-wise, you're looking at twin 1-inch tweeters and 4.5-inch woofers in a ported enclosure. Power is rated at 32W; this thing plays loud, has tight bass, and offers good detail.