1. Berryman's Avatar
    BoomTube BlackBerry Speaker System - impressive 40 watts output, made of aluminium, sleek design.

    The BoomTube BlackBerry Speaker System can be used with your BlackBerry Pearl, 8800 and with nearly any other portable music source such as iPods, MP3 players, cellular MP3 phones, or even laptop computers to play music that everyone can enjoy. It features two-inch aluminum speakers for great sound and a subwoofer bass tube with more than 40 watts of total system power. Perfectly portable its compact tubular design with twist-on speakers easily fit into a backpack, briefcase or overnight bag. Rechargable lithium-ion batteries mean you've got the power to listen whenever and wherever you want. Simply unscrew the two end speakers and plug into your BlackBerry for some really powerful sound!

    - Works with music capable BlackBerry Models and many other sources
    - Dual digital amplifiers deliver 40 watts power
    - Combines four 2-inch drivers and MaxxBass technology
    - Durable anodized aluminum housing resists stains and scratches
    - Works on AC or internal Lithium Ion batteries for up to 5 hours of play

    Includes everything you need - 2 Satellite speakers, 1 Bass module, AC power cord, all connecting cables, special BlackBerry stereo adapter and carrying case

    Tested and Certified for use with: BlackBerry 8800c, BlackBerry 8800g, BlackBerry 8800r, BlackBerry 8820, BlackBerry 8830, BlackBerry Curve 8300, BlackBerry Curve 8310, BlackBerry Curve 8320, BlackBerry Pearl 8100, BlackBerry Pearl 8100c, BlackBerry Pearl 8120, BlackBerry Pearl 8130

    Cost approx. $170

    Here for more photos and review
    ThinkOutside Stowaway Boomtube H2O1 Review (pics)
    Last edited by Berryman; 11-28-07 at 07:45 AM.
    11-28-07 07:36 AM
  2. SoCalBBr's Avatar
    Hmmmm. Cool.
    11-29-07 11:22 PM
  3. Chrisy's Avatar
    Thanks for that review (even at 2 years old)! i'm looking for external speakers now. There's a ton of different ones on Amazon, and a few here on CrackBerry.

    Anyone have a preference? i'd like something that fits into a backpack and is $100 or less.

    Any opinions welcome!
    11-08-09 07:29 AM