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- Unique line-in wireless concept.
- Compact unibody design with 180-degree swivel.
- No need for wires or Bluetooth pairing.
- Simple plug & play operation.
- Clear sound with decent bass output.
- Works with any device with 3.5mm headphone port.
The first sound woofer was called the Octavium and was invented in 1964 by Raymon Dones, an electrical contractor working for Aladdin Electric. The technology evolved into the first Cinema Woofer system called the SenSurround and in 1974 was used for the first time in the Movie "Earthquake". Audiences were thrilled by the effects but it worked too well and caused cracks at Grauman's Chinese Theater in Los Angeles. Fast forward to present day and the Merlin SONIC ORB is designed with a woofer that fits in your pocket, and rest assured that there will be no cracks on your wall due to this little wonder.
Your Music to Go
Sonic Orb is ideal for instances where you want to add music quickly and easily to a room wirelessly. Bring it into the kitchen to listen to podcasts or the news while cooking. Take it to the garage to groove to your favorite tunes while getting work done. Plug it in to turn your smartphone into a mini theater for movies on-the-go. With a unique unibody design and line-in wireless concept, SonicOrb is ultra-portable and easy to carry.
Simply plug Sonic Orb to the 3.5mm audio port on your smartphone, and power it on by pressing the button at the bottom. That's all you need to do to start jamming to your favorite music or watching movies on-the-go. With a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery, you can easily enjoy up to 8 hours of continuous use. And when the charge drops, simply charge it via a standard USB port.
Sonic Orb FAQ
- Plug Sonic Orb to the 3.5mm Audio Out port on your phone, laptop or any other audio device.
- Press the Power button at the bottom of the speaker to turn it on.
- To charge Sonic Orb, connect the speaker to a 5V power source using a micro USB cable connected to the charging port on the side of the speaker.