The new ZVOX Mini is designed to rock out the iPod, CD/DVD players or even Sony's PSP.
ZVOX says that the PhaseCue virtual surround system is used to create big, enveloping sound in this unit.
December 26, 2007 by Rachel Cericola
Good things do indeed come in small packages. The new ZVOX Mini boasts big sound from a device that’s just over a foot long.
Designed by EPI engineer bigwig Winslow Burhoe, the Mini has three full-range speakers and a 4 x 6-inch subwoofer in a chassis that measures 13 x 9.5 x 3.3 inches.
Hook up two devices via dual inputs. A built-in amp uses 120-volt AC power, a 12-volt car adapter or ZVOX’s rechargeable battery.
Take the party everywhere via the padded carry bag ($49.99) and the $250 for the unit. It’s available in silver, charcoal, or white.
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