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Cyber Snipa Intros Sonar Portable Mini Speaker

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  1. btarunr

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    Gaming peripherals maker Cyper Snipa announced Sonar portable mini speaker, to grow into the new niche of portable gaming speaker. While backpack-friendly, this speaker is advertised to pack a punch thanks to its patented Vacuum Bass System. The speaker plugs into any portable audio device that has a 3.5 mm jack. It carries its own rechargeable battery-based amplifier, which lasts for 4 hours on a full charge. Slated for later this month, the Cyber Snipa Sonar portable mini speaker is priced at US $30.

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    Looks interesting. It is a tube style speaker held upright by a stand. It very well may pull of the bass.

    That is not a very long charge. The three questions I would have are how it really sounds, how much a second battery costs, and can you put it on a power adapter when you aren't on the go.
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    "vacuum bass system" oh for crying out loud what a nonsense what a bad choice, everyone knows that you need to have air for sound..
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    I think it refers to the tube, I think it can pop up or collapse. I seen something similar to that before.
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    This is what I need for work.

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