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COMPETITION: WINNER - Win a Goal Zero Rock Out 2 Speaker

WINNER: robmachete

Rock Out Lifestyle, 157 kb

The Rock Out 2 Rechargeable Speaker from Goal Zero is the perfect accessory for those wanting to rock out while out and about whether it be in the mountains or camping with friends and family. With its rechargeable battery, you can listen to your tunes for over 20 hours from your phone, MP3 player or laptop. When not in use it zips away in its own storage compartment for safe storage. Its DarkBass technology ensures you receive high-quality sound with everything on your playlist.

Rock Out Front, 187 kb

  • Weight: 12oz (340g)
  • Dimensions: 6" x 5" x 3" (17.8 x 9.5 x 6.4cm)
  • Optimal Operating Temp: 32 - 104F (0 – 40 ̊C)
  • Certifications: FCC, CE, ROHS
  • 2 Hour USB Charge Time
  • Charging Port: USB Cord / 5V
  • Audio Input Port: 3.5mm headphone jack / line-level
  • Audio output: 3.5mm headphone jack, to connect other speakers
  • Speaker: 2 x 40mm, 3 Watts
  • Amplifier: 2x 3 Watts stereo / 70dB SNR / 100Hz - 20KHz
  • Battery: Li-ion, 3Wh (3.7V / 800 mAh)

Rock Out Range, 140 kb

Rock Out Inside, 107 kb

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Forums 36 comments

Yup. The advocates of back-country noise pollution have only the content-free tautology that its ok if nobody minds.  Given that many, perhaps most, people seek out the hills to, among other things, attend to the quiet...
You're right... but you're also wrong. What you don't want to end up with is with the UK being like Australia, where music becomes default and people seem to just stick their music on irrespective of whether it might...
I think this would be a much better advertising pitch: At the crag this device have the same effect on a crowd of over-bearing and opinionated middle aged climbers as an ultrasonic repellent has on a cloud of midges....
Its marketed for use "in the outdoors". being at a crag or not has nothing to do with it! its even more anti social on a beach/mountain/riverbank in the middle of nowhere than it is at stanage! your narrow mindedness...
Yes, it is possible, and of course if there is really no one around to bother than why not.  But between Stanage and a portaledge (on a remote wall) are a host of settings, the majority of which do have people around. ...
Your copy says "the perfect accessory for those wanting to rock out while out and about whether it be in the mountains or camping with friends and family. A BBQ in your backyard and the shower are one thing.  A...

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