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The Harman Kardon Go + Play offers wireless dual sound (connects up to 3 smart devices at the same time for multiple play) and dual microphone for conference calls and up to 8 hours of playtime on a single charge. Offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

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Harman Kardon GO PLAY Portable Bluetooth Speaker $199.99 + Free Shipping
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At $200 you're gonna have a hard time beating this as far as sound quality goes, but there are MUCH cheaper options that beat it in many other ways!
Keep in mind that the Go+ Play is NOT water resistant at all, and the volume goes from 100w when plugged in, to 60w when unplugged. It also uses a proprietary charger, and the battery life is some of the worst of any bluetooth speaker I've ever used (and I have over a dozen).

If you're willing to spend $300, you can buy the Aiwa Exos 9, which takes a shit on the Go+ Play in terms of sound quality and especially in overall volume. As it's 200w when both plugged in and unplugged.
If you want to be a cheapskate and still have a loud quality speaker then pick up the W-King D8. It's 50w unplugged, is waterproof and has type c charging. It's also under $70 shipped, and is impossible to beat at that price point!

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Have had one for a few years and incredibly good sounding speaker for its size. Battery life is short <2hrs so expect to have a plug near. Use mine between house, patio and garage and love it.
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Is this the one that strictly uses batteries, 8 or so of them?
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Very best bang for the buck out there!
At $200 you're gonna have a hard time beating this as far as sound quality goes, but there are MUCH cheaper options that beat it in many other ways!
Keep in mind that the Go+ Play is NOT water resistant at all, and the volume goes from 100w when plugged in, to 60w when unplugged. It also uses a proprietary charger, and the battery life is some of the worst of any bluetooth speaker I've ever used (and I have over a dozen).

If you're willing to spend $300, you can buy the Aiwa Exos 9, which takes a shit on the Go+ Play in terms of sound quality and especially in overall volume. As it's 200w when both plugged in and unplugged.
If you want to be a cheapskate and still have a loud quality speaker then pick up the W-King D8. It's 50w unplugged, is waterproof and has type c charging. It's also under $70 shipped, and is impossible to beat at that price point!
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How's this and Aiwa Exos 9 compared to Marshall Killburn II?
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I have the previous version to this one, had it for 7 years and still my favorite speaker. Best sound I've heard at this price point, only usable while plugged in though
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At $200 you're gonna have a hard time beating this as far as sound quality goes, but there are MUCH cheaper options that beat it in many other ways!
Keep in mind that the Go+ Play is NOT water resistant at all, and the volume goes from 100w when plugged in, to 60w when unplugged. It also uses a proprietary charger, and the battery life is some of the worst of any bluetooth speaker I've ever used (and I have over a dozen).

If you're willing to spend $300, you can buy the Aiwa Exos 9, which takes a shit on the Go+ Play in terms of sound quality and especially in overall volume. As it's 200w when both plugged in and unplugged.
If you want to be a cheapskate and still have a loud quality speaker then pick up the W-King D8. It's 50w unplugged, is waterproof and has type c charging. It's also under $70 shipped, and is impossible to beat at that price point!
that exos does sound like something I'd want though...
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that exos does sound like something I'd want though...
The Exos 9 is the king of all bluetooth speakers that are reasonably priced. You'd have to spend over $500 on a Diamondboxx to beat it in terms of sound quality.
As much as I love my Exos 9, it has its downfalls as well. I wouldn't really say it's portable, as it's pretty large and quite heavy too. The carrying handle is horrible as well. I use mine as a dedicated living room speaker. For that use it is amazing! It can rock any single room, no matter what size!
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I have the previous version to this one, had it for 7 years and still my favorite speaker. Best sound I've heard at this price point, only usable while plugged in though
What do you mean by its only usable when plugged in?
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What do you mean by its only usable when plugged in?
No rechargeable battery so you have to bring batteries and the speaker doesn't last long at all with them. You also lose 40% of the volume. Despite these problems, as an indoor speaker or always access to outlet-speaker, it remains my favorite. The depth of the bass on these is truly something else.
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No rechargeable battery so you have to bring batteries and the speaker doesn't last long at all with them. You also lose 40% of the volume. Despite these problems, as an indoor speaker or always access to outlet-speaker, it remains my favorite. The depth of the bass on these is truly something else.
Hmm.. I need something for indoors but I'd like to move it around a lot.
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Hmm.. I need something for indoors but I'd like to move it around a lot.
Keep in mind he was referring to the "previous version". The Harmon Kardon speaker posted here has a rechargeable battery built-in.
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At $200 you're gonna have a hard time beating this as far as sound quality goes, but there are MUCH cheaper options that beat it in many other ways!
Keep in mind that the Go+ Play is NOT water resistant at all, and the volume goes from 100w when plugged in, to 60w when unplugged. It also uses a proprietary charger, and the battery life is some of the worst of any bluetooth speaker I've ever used (and I have over a dozen).

If you're willing to spend $300, you can buy the Aiwa Exos 9, which takes a shit on the Go+ Play in terms of sound quality and especially in overall volume. As it's 200w when both plugged in and unplugged.
If you want to be a cheapskate and still have a loud quality speaker then pick up the W-King D8. It's 50w unplugged, is waterproof and has type c charging. It's also under $70 shipped, and is impossible to beat at that price point!
Get the Aiwa!
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