Santok has another Boombox Speaker, which they call the SMC1000, one featuring SRS capabilities. Of course, it is not a simple speaker, as the iPhone and others' digital clocks or radios were not good enough, this Boombox Speaker has them built-in. Why shouldn't you use it as a standalone device too?
When using it, there are two options available
for you, namely the IR remote control, which I don't see pictured anywhere but I bet it is one of those standard plasticky ones and the more advanced touch interface, which I also bet has limited functions compared with the remote.
Though the producers boast a “high resolution VFD display” on the Boombox Speaker SMC1000, what I like regarding design is the aluminum finish on the top. With the speaker being all black, I bet it looks really good.
Leaving my gambling habits aside, you must know that the Stereo Boombox with SRS from Santok has two 12 Watt speakers that will probably deliver decent sound quality
. I don't know if you are a fan of the SRS effects, but I see this as a good feature on products of this kind.
What I also find interesting about the SMC1000 is that although it is being released today, the producers draw the compatibility line at iPhone
3G, not mentioning the 3GS model, or perhaps they think it is already understood. You'll have to find out whether it is compatible with it for yourselves, or, if you haven't been “Apple-fied,” you can use any 3.5 mm audio device you have laying around the house with this Santok speaker.
You will be able to find this dock station/radio player speaker with SRS at around 100 pounds sterling.
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