There are times when trying to describe something just doesn’t do it justice; a beautiful sunset has to be seen, skydiving has to be experienced and deep-fried scorpions have to be tasted. Music is no different and today’s Groupon lets you share your favourite songs with your friends wherever you are: pay R160 for an X-mini MAX v1.1 Capsule Speaker.
Contrary to popular belief, it’s not money, love or even a never-ending supply of crispy bacon that makes the world go round; it’s music. A good song can lift your spirits during even the darkest of times or put the cherry on top of an already amazing day, but like so many things it’s even better when shared with like-minded individuals. You can hum your heart out or tap away on a quasi-acoustic surface trying to convey the awesome beat reverberating in your skull but nothing can beat the real deal. That’s exactly why the X-mini Speaker was made; for you to share music whenever, wherever and with whoever.
Even smaller than its previous incarnations, the X-mini still packs the same loud sound that made it so popular. Designed for ultimate portability, the speaker can plug into any 3.5mm audio jack; including cellphones, iPods, iPads, iPhones and countless other music players. There’s nothing worse than the power cutting out just before the chorus drops and with the X-mini you’ll never have to worry about that as its battery life has been tripled will give you 12 hours of non-stop aural elation. The amazing Base Xpansion System will pound the beats through your body and using the Buddy Jack, you can connect several different X-minis to 1 X-mini HAPPY Capsule Speaker to really set the party off.
If you’re never without your music and always wanting to share the latest tunes with your tjoms but not so keen on rocking a boombox on your shoulder 80’s style, the X-mini Speaker is exactly what you’ve been waiting for.
Wild fact: Soon after getting lost in the jungle a group of backpackers began to lose morale. Knowing that a good song could brighten anyone’s day, the pack leader fashioned a crude speaker out of a bird’s nest and attached it to his mp3 player. Not only did the music lift morale, it always acted as a homing sound for a rescue team.