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Small but powerful

Turn on the party

A bass booster

Charging and daisy chaining

Bite into bigger sound

Boom from the side

Ports on back

Controls along the top

Don't count out the Damson Pearl because of its small size. It packs a lot of volume and bass for a speaker of its minute stature.
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On top of the Damson Pearl you'll find a large circular power button and call key. The latter lets you use the device as a speakerphone when a call comes in.
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The bottom of the Damson Pearl features a rubbery foot to keep the speaker steady while its down-firing woofers are in action.
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You charge the Pearl's battery through a Micro-USB port on back. Also here is a 3.5mm headphone jack for audio input and daisy-chaining speakers together.
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Shaped like a Zeppelin or a football (sorry, Brits), the oval Damson Oyster is much larger than the Pearl.
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On both the right and left sides of the Damson Oyster are 1.5-inch drivers. A pair of 2-inch drivers facing front bring the speaker's total up to four.
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On the back of the Oyster, you'll find a 3.5mm audio input plus the AC power port.
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Placed along the Oyster's top edge are controls for audio playback and volume.
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