Chris Hardwick returns with a new iPod deck from EOS that broadcasts your music to four speakers and up to 150 feet away. But as with all wireless speakers, one has to ask, do they friggin' work? Hardwick's got you covered.
Look below the cut for the written review from Attack of the Show.
What You Need to Know
- Often, the sound will cut out -- almost as if walking in front or around the speaker causes interference
- There's a range extender on the base station that helps.
- The highs are loud and clear, but the mids and lows sometimes get lost in the mix, although they have built-in subwoofers
- The wireless speakers have a little bit of a background hiss
- Overall, they would be great for parties if they didn't cut out so much.
- It's really cheap and easy to set up, but we just can't overlook the major interference issues.
- 2 Seals of Approval out of 5 (how do we rate gadgets?)