Music production has quite an armoury of spatial effects to tease the ears with but, typically, for the best experience, the listener needs to sit in the sweet spot. The Orbitsound range is designed to deliver a spatial soundfield anywhere in the room and now, with the T3 mobile stereo speaker, you can take that soundscape …
I suppose that an azimuth coordinator...
...would need to be incorporated for a proper appreciation of Interstellar Overdrive
/old git mode = 1
So now we are going to have da kids playing da tunes with the same sickly tinny noise, but just louder? Oh joy.
/old git mode = 0
So what is a good alternative portable speaker to take with me when I go to my mate's house to use his gym? It needs to plug into the headphone jack on my mp3 player, but requiring an AC power supply would be fine. Thanks.
Get a cable with a 3.5mm. stereo plug on one end (it doesn't matter what's on the other end as you are going to cut it off) and a 6.3mm. mono plug. Solder both the inner cores together to the end contact of the 6.3mm. plug, and the outer shielding to the earth contact. Plug into any instrument amplifier.
Better still, make several and flog them on FleaBay, "buy it now", £40 a pop, paypal-only.
A bit kind, aren't we?
How do you get from, "...it was actually a relief to turn it off" to a 65% score? What would it have had to do to actually do WORSE than 65%?
Not portable in the 'all in one box with a handle' sense, but easy enough to carry, durable and the best bang for your buck I know of:
for the answers, I'll look into both options, since my mate owns a pub, and may well have instrument amps anyway.
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