Scosche boomCAN Portable Media Speaker

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Scosche boomCAN Portable Media Speaker
Features, Specs and Testing

Product: Scosche  boomCAN Portable Media Speaker
Provided By: Scosche
Price: $14.99 MSRP

 

Introduction:

Sound is everywhere people - and it can now be everywhere you want it to be! We are looking at the Scosche boomCAN Portable Media speaker today and are finding out how this can help you share your audio everywhere.  This little speaker is great when you’re on the go and is compatible with pretty much any device that has a headphone/speaker jack, such as your iPod, Zune, laptop, phone, hand held gaming device etc.

 

First Impressions:

There is not too much to the boomCAN kit which means there is not tons to pack around. If you’re a light packer and want to take some sound on the go Scosche made it compact. The box that it comes in isn’t that bulky, but if you want to save even more space, take it out see for yourself or view the pictures below.

Box Front
Box Front
Box Back
Box Back

 

The small silver “boom can” (as the gansta’s may say), comes with an Audio/USB cord that can be used for your devices.  The boomCAN also comes with a pouch to carry your mini speaker, cords, and instructions all in one.

Bundle

 

The boomCAN is easy to set up and put away, with no hassle or bulky equipment.  This silver can has two ports.  One port is a 3.5mm Audio out that you can connect multiple speakers and the other is a mini-USB port that uses the USB power to charge the boomCAN and an audio-in jack to hook up to your iPod, Zune, laptop, even your main desktop PC if you don’t have speakers for it.  Every once in a while it's nice to use something other than your headset on your PC and you can simply disconnect your headset cords and slip in the boomCAN to your computer's line-out.  This will give your head a nice break! 

boomCAN Top
boomCAN Top
boomCAN Bottom
boomCAN Bottom

 

Once it's hooked up, just turn it upside down, locate the switch and turn it on.  There’s not much for volume control other than two stages: mid-volume and max.  Switch it on to whichever one you prefer.  The blue LED light comes on, indicating it's ready to go.  If it doesn’t come on, you might want to charge it up!

On the next page, we'll take a quick look at the features and specifications before we test it out.