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Tiny Audio Bug Speakers for iPod

82411.jpgThe iPod is great. You can take most (or all) of your music with you and listen to it whenever you want. But what about those times where you want to listen to your music, but don’t want to use your headphones to do so? You need an external speaker. But most speakers are bulky and not that portable or they need some sort of external, corded power source.

The Audio Bug speaker is small, extremely portable and runs on two AAA batteries and plugs directly into your iPod (or other mp3 player) headphone jack to play your music wherever you want. The speaker is small enough to fit into a pocket and is ready to plug in at any time for music wherever you are.

Features:

  • Works with all audio devices with standard headphone input
  • Compact design
  • Portable
  • 2 High quality speakers
  • Pivoting headphone jack for easy positioning
  • On/Off switch on top of speakers
  • Red indicator light on front
  • 2 AAA batteries (not included)
  • Measures: 3¼” long x 2″ wide x 1″ high
  • Weight: ½ oz.
  • Made in China

Best of all, it’s cheap. You can pick up a set of your own from Solutions for $19.95 each.  Heck, you could buy one for everyone in your family who has a mp3 player!

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3 thoughts on “Tiny Audio Bug Speakers for iPod”

  1. yeah, but do they sound good? Small is good.. crappy sound is bad. Curious if anyone has this that can honestly say if it has a decent sound.

  2. I bought one of these at a local discount store and it looks
    exactly like this one. I love it! I take it to my craft
    classes and everyone can hear it. It has a good tone and it’s clear. It works for me. The only thing about this is
    that there is no volume adjustment. There is only an on/off
    button. Thanks!

    Carolyn

  3. I’ve been using this exact model and I liked it, i did not love it. It does it’s job fine but the sound is like a transister radio.

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