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Twinmos BOOM China

Twinmos BOOM China
alaScore 78

3 reviews

Oct, 2017

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews of Twinmos BOOM China. 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 Twinmos BOOM China is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by: Jonathan Bray (trustedreviews.com)

TwinMOS Boom China

 

It's an iPod dock with a Chinese vase for a subwoofer - don't ask.

On the rear of the head unit, as well as the output for the sub is a composite TV output for displaying iPod video on a TV. And owners of other MP3 players who like the idea of having a sub shaped like a vase need not feel left out either. Admittedly...

Feb, 2011

Expert review by: Martin Delaney (macworld.co.uk)

TwinMOS Boom China Review

 

Have a unique speaker system with this vase shaped iPod dock. It may be odd, but this designer speaker system isn't without its charms.

Unique visual 'appeal', USB iPod Shuffle compatible, subwoofer gives useful bass boost, great packaging, the only iPod speaker system with a poem printed on it

Unique visual 'appeal' - you'll either love it or hate it, insensitive remote buttons, not a great sound, you're paying for the big pot, expensive, dock adaptors not included

We enjoyed having the Boom China around, but maybe it's something that should be admired from afar. The next version should include wireless connectivity and better sound. The Boom China is fun, but at this price, and in such a competitive market, we...

Jul, 2008

Expert review by: (itreviews.co.uk)

TwinMos - Boom China

 

Such is the wealth of iPod-oriented portable speakers and 2.1 sets around at the moment, it's not really surprising to see the odd manufacturer attempting to carve a bit of a niche with a novelty product ...

As is often typical with these sorts of 'novelty' twists on fairly basic ideas, performance does seem to suffer a bit at the expense of the aesthetics, so those who put audio quality above all else may prefer to opt for something a little more...

Apr, 2008