digiZoid Zo Personal Subwoofer
|digiZoid Zo Personal Subwoofer|
|Features and Specifications|
|Conclusion and Final Thoughts|
Today, we will be taking a close look at a brand new product form digiZoid, the ZO. What is a ZO? A personal subwoofer, for any speaker system that uses a 3.5mm stereo pin for it’s input. This is a brand new product for digiZoid. I was wondering how they got a subwoofer, in such a small box. It is not your typical subwoofer. It is not even a speaker. It is a digital subwoofer; which sounds pretty interesting. The Zo is an electronic subwoofer designed with digiZoid’s new Smart Vector technology.
The Zo from digiZoid is packaged very nicely. It is not surrounded by a bunch of plastic that you have to fight your way through. Instead, the Zo was packaged in it own flip top display box. The Zo is very small and compact, about the size of an mp3 player. It will easily fit into any pocket. The Zo does not have a lot of switches; in fact it only has one. The Zo also comes with two 3.5mm cables and a USB, everything you need to try it out!
Testing this was extremely easy. I just attached the Zo to every speaker system that I could find. I tried it on my mp3 player. It did great. I noticed a big increase in bass and over the whole sound range. Next, I tried it on some desk top speakers. Wow, what a change it made. After that, I attached the Zo to my mp3 player then my car stereo. I noticed a significant improvement, over just the mp3 player.
The Zo doesn’t have a lot of adjustment, just one switch that has 32 different setting. The Zo has a lightscale indicator bar in middle that will change from green (lowest setting) to red (highest setting) as you go through the different setting. The same switch is also how you turn the Zo on and off.