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Podgear PG18 Pocketparty Shuffle Station

Podgear PG18 Pocketparty Shuffle Station
alaScore 73

2 reviews

Dec, 2017

alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews of Podgear PG18 Pocketparty Shuffle Station. The average rating for this product is 3.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Computer Speakers for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Computer Speakers the Podgear PG18 Pocketparty Shuffle Station is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 73/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by: iLounge (ilounge.com)

PodGear PocketParty Shuffle

 

There's only one explanation for PodGear's release of PocketParty Shuffle (£23.49, approx. US$43.00, available through iPodWorld.co.uk): the company wanted to design a wearable iPod shuffle-specific speaker system and didn't care much about the sound...

A wearable iPod shuffle-specific speaker system that runs off of AA battery power, includes a lanyard

While not wearable, earlier PodWave miniature speaker accessory delivers better sound quality, lower price, and virtually identical size. High-distortion audio is unimpressive and grating. Somewhat difficult to detach shuffle once attached, works only...

By further comparison with PodWave and the first PocketParty, which are both compatible with every iPod and actually do a good job of delivering low-distortion audio up to almost the peak of an iPod's volume range, PocketParty Shuffle distorts audibly...

Sep, 2005

Expert review by: Dan Frakes (macworld.com)

iPod shuffle speaker system offers tiny size and sound

 

The PocketParty Shuffle isn't the best sounding small speaker system we've reviewed, but it looks cool and is highly portable.

Perfect fit for iPod shuffle ; super-compact design

Sound quality proportional to size ; difficult to remove iPod shuffle from speakers

There are only two drawbacks to this arrangement: The first is that you can't access the shuffle's off/play/shuffle switch and battery meter button, since they're on the back of the shuffle. The second, more serious, is that I found it fairly difficult...

Aug, 2005