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First Look: Qmadix iharmonix Q-I-sound

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First Look: Qmadix iharmonix Q-I-sound

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As Bluetooth audio systems go, the $149.99 Qmadix iharmonix Q-I-sound are certainly unique. Equipped with two wireless speakers, the ultraportable Q-I-sound can pump out stereo sound without cords.

Hi this is -- -- for cnet.com and today we're taking a first look at the genetics I harmonics Q -- sound. This 14999. Wireless Bluetooth speaker system is built to appeal to frequent travelers it's small has an interest -- looking design and even comes -- its own carrying case. What really sets the Q I -- apart though is its ability to produce stereo wireless audio over Bluetooth. That's right true stereo sound with through speakers that are linked by a cordless connection. Available -- white and black colors the Q I sound consists of two pod shaped speakers that way about a quarter of a pound each. The last speaker has volume as well as track forward and advance buttons there's a small internal -- too so you can make and receive calls when the -- -- paired to your phone. On back of each speaker is a power connector to chart its internal battery unfortunately there's no audio input to hook up all -- devices via wire connection. It's clear the Q I sound is built for travel and the speakers fits snugly into their carrying case magnets in the speaker -- also help them stay put on the road. There's no room for the charging cable inside the case however which is and warning. Also while its nifty to be able to separate the left and right speakers tweak your audio experience. The Q -- sound quality in general won't blow you away. There's not much space to speak of and it's audio quality is a bit brash splashy and -- sorts of high volume. For the same price the original Jawbone -- box offers better performance. Still wireless stereo audio is a pretty slick feature so these guys are definitely worth a look. I'm Brian Bennett and this has been a first look at the Q medics -- harmonics Q -- can be sure to check out our full review at CNET dot.

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