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XMI X-mini II Mini Speaker Reduced again to Only £13.99 Delivered @ Amazon

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This excellent speaker has been reduced again by amazon to only £13..99, top reviews for sound quality from this little portable unit and can be linked in series to other units Manufacturer's Desc… Read More
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This excellent speaker has been reduced again by amazon to only £13..99, top reviews for sound quality from this little portable unit and can be linked in series to other units

Manufacturer's Description
Ever since the X-Mini Capsule Speaker appeared in 2008, we have been completely blown away by the absolutely astounding sound quality and volume that these little gems produce! The X-Mini Capsule Speaker regularly stops customers in their tracks at our retail store, people cannot believe that what they are hearing is eminating from these handy pocket sized units.

So when we heard that XMI the company responsible for the X-Mini, was launching a new version, we were suitably excited!

We are very glad to report that the X-Mini II doesn't disappoint, again the boffins have succeeded in getting a Quart out of a Pint pot!

Retaining all of the best features from the groundbreaking first generation unit, the second generation comes with a number of innovations that combine to create a greater audio experience for the user.

Larger Driver.
The first and most recognisable difference with the X-Mini II is that it's slighly larger than the original model. The X-Mini II now boasts a 40mm driver, that delivers an even richer and fuller sound.

Longer Battery Life.
The X-Mini II now boasts an improved battery life, a staggering 11 hours of continuous playback from just one charge.

"Buddy Jack" Design.
A brand new feature to the X-Mini II is the "Buddy Jack" system. This allows you to connect one X-Mini II to another and another and... well, you get the picture. Capable of forming a near endless "Daisy Chain". Combine your X-Mini II with your friend's for quite simply jaw dropping audio!

Built In 3.5mm Audio Connection.
The refinement of the original X-Mini continues with the inclusion of an inbuilt 3.5mm audio connection cable. No more running the risk of forgetting to pack the charging/connection lead when you leave... the connection cable is always in reach. The audio cable neatly slips away underneath the speaker when not in use.
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#1
Wow, got one one these when £14.99 ay Play really impressed top item
#2
Ditto, got 2 from play at £14.99 and they are great. Hot-hot.
#3
Thanks just got one !
#4
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#5
Rats. Bought four of these from Play last month :roll:

They make great presents for any technophile, teenager or anyone with a laptop and knaff speakers. I can now stand listening to the radio on my laptop at work :thumbsup:
#6
whats the rms watts? ( how powerful is it ?)
#7
2.5w but dont know if its RMS

here are the specs

40mm drivers
11 hours playback time
Modular 'Buddy-Jack design
Built-in retractable 3.5mm audio cable
Specifications
Dimensions: 60 x 60 x 44 mm (closed resonator)
Weight: 83g
Output: 2.5W
Frequency Response: 100Hz-20KHz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: ≥80db
Distortion: ≤1%
Playbacktime: Up to 11 hours
Battery Charge Time: 5V - 2.5 hours
#8
I looked to get one in the past and never got round to it.

But all ordered now, hope it turns out to be worth it.

;-)
#9
Eurgh....

Bought 4 of these a few days ago at 16.99 each :-/

Amazon no longer have their 30 day price promise, which kinda sucks >_<


I returned them and am now waiting for the stereo versions of the X-Mini Max 2's advertised on Play. I suspect Amazon and other retailers are clearing as much stock as possible to get the new ones in.
banned#10
are the or the X-Mini Max 2's better than the linx b tube?
#11
Anyone know if you can get these in-store anywhere? I'm off to France tomorrow camping and this would come in really handy!

I'd order through Amazon and go next day delivery but I need it before I set off at 11am.

Cheers for any help folks!
#12
fredhanz76
are the or the X-Mini Max 2's better than the linx b tube?


Personally I think the sound quality on the X-mini II is far superior the the b tube. Especially at higher volumes but (obviously) the b-tube has bluetooth. So I guess it depends on your priority really.



And for info the x-mini is the same price at play
http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/9623066/X-Mi-X-Mini-II-2nd-Generation-Capsule-iPod-MP3-Speaker/Product.html
#13
These are excellent, had one running at a party over the weekend and everyone commented on how good the sound was for its size.
#14
tempted by this does it link to an ipod?
#15
Well worth it, i take my on the bus with me to football matches. Cracking sound out of it ,soon get the whole bus dancing.
#16
jack_mj
tempted by this does it link to an ipod?


Yea, any mp3 player or computer.

Very cool for the size, I got one from Play too. :)
#17
these speakers are awesome. my mates got them. such good quality sound, and you can just keep on daisy chaining them together with the stero jacks. as many as you want i am led to believe, obviously, with like a million there would be some delay in the sound. but im tempted, even though i don need them
#18
I have two of these and they're handy on holiday - but knowing what I know I'd want the next model up from these

Also two speakers just sound a lot better then one.
#19
i bought the older model - got 2 for 25 pounds

these things are great for travelling etc.. sound is amazing for such a small speaker
i assume this will sound even better being the updated model

hot deal
#20
Why wouldn't you go for the X-Mini Max Stereo Capsule at £20.03?

Is that an old model or something - is there an X-Mini Max II coming out?

EDIT: Yep later this month - preview.
#21
Excellent item.

I recently bought a little speaker from tesco 9.99 (orbit IM207)
http://www.alteclansing.co.uk/proddata.php?partno=e3512&desc1=Altec+IM207+Orbit
and must admit the sound is slightly better than the x-mini. the downside to the speaker is it uses a lot of batteries and its bigger.

Hence i have bought the x-mini with its rechargable batteries and smaller in size, so all is good Hot from me.
#22
I got one of these from play.com the other day.
Unfortunately, it has a lot of interference whether it's playing loud or soft music. I do reckon it's to do with my particular unit though, since there are SO MANY reports of wonderful sound.

Could be a bad batch, so might return it and then buy the amazon one!
#23
Bought one a few weeks back, very impressed. Now going to buy another one for myself and someone else. Thanks!
#24
Yes - works great with my Nano. Vey well built - great bit of design even comes ready charged!
#25
enrchill
these speakers are awesome. my mates got them. such good quality sound, and you can just keep on daisy chaining them together with the stero jacks. as many as you want i am led to believe, obviously, with like a million there would be some delay in the sound. but im tempted, even though i don need them


Does anyone know how much delay there would be with a million of these?
#26
r401caw
Does anyone know how much delay there would be with a million of these?


It will depend on how fit and strong you Postman is.

I look forward to hearing his herniated grunting followed by a deafening echo sound.
#27
emmas328


I recently bought a little speaker from tesco 9.99 (orbit IM207)
http://www.alteclansing.co.uk/proddata.php?partno=e3512&desc1=Altec+IM207+Orbit
and must admit the sound is slightly better than the x-mini. the downside to the speaker is it uses a lot of batteries and its bigger.



I have bought 2 of these X-Mini II's, must admit they look and sound good. However, in the past I also bought the Tesco Altec Lansing Orbit that emmas328 mentioned.
The Orbit does have a much higher volume and has a better bass tone. It also takes batteries which isn't always a bad thing.

However, this is a little bit smaller so all is cooool.

H&R given good fellow.
#28
r401caw;6309563
Does anyone know how much delay there would be with a million of these?
Nothing noticeable electrically (after all, the signal travels down the wire at a large fraction of the speed of light). But sound travels at about 300 metres/second so if you string them all out you can work out the delay from that...
#29
could be a daft question but do you have to buy the charger seperatly or does it come with every speaker that you order?

cheers in advance
#30
SH33PSHAGG3R1
could be a daft question but do you have to buy the charger seperatly or does it come with every speaker that you order?

cheers in advance


I believe the speaker comes with a USB lead to charge it from any USB port (PC. laptop, Wii etc.).:thumbsup:
#31
cheers mate
#32
i have one of these and its great but i am puzzled what the loop type of hole is for on the side ,and also why s the supplied usb charger has a 3.5 mm jack on the end ? does anybody know?
thanks..
#33
The loop will be for a lanyard; are you sure it's the charging lead that has a 3.5mm jack and not an audio lead?
#34
tthere is for sure i just checked.. a 3.5 ml jack attached to the charging lead too
#35
If it's a 3.5mm socket, could it contain a DAC so that you can use it as a USB speaker?
#36
all of the above. The loop is for a lanyard, the cable is a multi function cable. I'm listening to Absolute radio on my laptop with 2 of these in series. USB part of cable is connected to the laptop for power,, 3.5mm is plugged into headphone socket - other end is connected to the first speaker. Only the first speaker is powered so I swap them round every other day.
#37
thanks thats helped much appreciated.
#38
pibpob
If it's a 3.5mm socket, could it contain a DAC so that you can use it as a USB speaker?


No, USB socket is for charging only, hence the extra 3.5 jack on the charging lead.
#39
Nookster;6378235
No, USB socket is for charging only, hence the extra 3.5 jack on the charging lead.
I'm totally confused as to what is included! According to the website it looks like there is a captive 3.5mm lead for analogue audio in, and a USB socket for charging. So what's all this about an "extra" 3.5mm plug? Is that just the extra 3.5mm socket for cascading units?
#40
The usb charge lead has a longer 3.5mm lead attached to it, it's just there in case the built in lead isn't long enough to reach a headphone jack while your plugged into a USB port.

The jack and USB ends terminate into the mini-USB jack on the other end, it can't take digital audio from your computers USB socket but you can at least pass audio through the mini's charge port this way.

Pic of the lead that you get;
http://pockethacks.com/reviews/xmi-xmini-portable-speaker/xmi-xmini-7.jpg

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