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LG MSP-200 portable speakers
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>> Hi, I'm Ken Sherman, senior editor here at cnet.com.
Today we're going to take a first look at the LG LSP 200
portable stereo speakers. These are speakers you can
hook up with a cell phone, or another device like an MP3
player or a PDP. In the closed position you can see
that they almost look like a cell phone. Maybe a
flip-phone with no internal screen, or really no
external markings. But has about the same dimensions,
feels about the same in the hand. Doesn't really hide
what's inside. Just open them up like that. Again,
sort of like a flip-phone mechanism. You can see the
speakers here. These are pretty close together, but
otherwise a pretty simple design. Little rubber pads
here on the bottom. That means you can place the
speaker just on the table. A few things on the outside.
You have an "on" button. Right here. Switch that on.
See the small green light, tells you it's on. Also,
this does have a volume wheel, which is great because a
lot of portable speakers I've seen for cell phones don't
have that. And then here on the side we just have the
ports for the charger and the wire for connecting to
your phone. And another difference from some of the
Sony Ericson speakers that we've seen, this does have an
internal battery, so it doesn't -- it's not going to
run off your phone. However, if you have an LG phone
most of the LG chargers fit this, so you don't have to
carry anything extra. So I have LG X 83 50 here. Plug
it into the speakers, and see how that's connected. So
you can stretch them apart. But also it does come with
a 3.5 millimeter plug. So I can hook that up to this
creative. Plug it in there. And plug it in the
speakers. And we're ready to go. So I'll just let you
hear the sounds. So this sounds pretty good. And it
gets a little garbley at real higher levels. But it's
not too bad. Definitely great for putting your tunes
out there. I'm Ken Sherman, and this is the LG LSP 200
portable stereo speakers. ^M00:01:39
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