The X-mini II speaker does not let up where its predecessors left off, and while it might share many physical characteristics as that of the X-mini Max stereo, what makes this stand out from the rest is the ability to daisy chain with other X-mini IIs, making this one truly flexible audio setup. We would be interested to know just what the sound quality is like when you’ve got like, a century of these puppies all lined up. Apparently, reported tests that involved just seven of such speakers ended up being so deafening that we shudder at the thought of a hundred. The built-in 3.5mm audio cable is specially designed to tuck away into the base neatly. The X-mini II has been slapped with a recommended retail price of $29 when they ship globally this March.
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