August 16, 2012 by EH Staff
Some speakers are sold separately and some are in pairs. It’s nice to be able to replace one when you need it. When you need two, well… that price can be a bit of a bummer.
Boston Acoustics wants to make that speaker pair a no-brainer—and a lot less expensive. The company just announced a promotion via Facebook that will give you one free SoundWare speaker for every SoundWare speaker you buy for $99.99.
Now, don’t get crazy. This is specifically on the white model of the SoundWare speaker. Also, you’re going to need the coupon code SWBOGO to get the deal. That said, we confirmed that it did work and it works for more than one speaker. In other words, if you buy two, you’ll get two, and so on.
The SoundWare speaker has a nifty little shape, making it perfect for corners or even something you’ll put out on display. Designed for indoor and outdoor use, SoundWare speakers have a frequency response of 90Hz-20kHz, a sensitivity rating of 87dB, and a nominal impedance of 8 ohms.
Just remember to use the above coupon code to get a free speaker with each purchase. At last peek, shipping was free. However, that may vary by area—and taxes may apply as well. Boston Acoustics says that the offer will end on August 18, 2012, so you may want to snag a few of these before they run out of stock.
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