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    Looking for a decent, but not too expensive, Bluetooth speaker. Any suggestions? thanks
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    I made my own with a Bluetooth transmitter like this one : http://www.amazon.co.uk/7dayshop-Blu...r-21&m1k=vb_wp

    You can choose any speakers with a 3.5mm line-in jack plus you can connect to a hi-fi system and use it in your car. Cheap but really useful.
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    Go groove blue sync or3! Its awesome!! ~ $40
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    Not sure what your budget is but the JBL Flip can be had for $100. The sound is amazing for such a small speaker and blows away the small Jambox and Beats Pill.

    I use it in the backyard while grilling and all my buddies were impressed, they all thought I had an outdoor speaker installed on the deck. Its smaller than a monster energy drink but pretty hefty so that it doesn't move around when playing bass heavy music
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    how long is the battery life?
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    I currently have 2 Nokia Play 360's
    The sounds of these things is amazing! And they look very good. The battery is also much better than on most mobile speakers. And I think the wireless stereo is just a nice addition.

    When I come home, the first thing I do is touch the turned off speaker with my 920 (NFC). The speaker automaticly starts up, and connects. I just have to press one button on the phone and it starts to play music, it is amazing!
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    haha don't know how to delete my comment
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    I get almost a week's worth of battery life playing around 2-3hours a day. That's including using it for incoming calls to talk to my family for about 30min a day.
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    Thanks for the suggestions.
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    I use the Monster Clarity HD. A small, portable but quite loud speaker. Best of its size and price (originally $120, Amazon has it for $69), and I got it as an refurbished item for $39 on Monster Outlet site, it was pretty much brand new sealed in box
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    I've been using the Big Blue Live from Brookstone ($99) for the last 3 months. Sound is decent, but I love the fact that it has a microphone so I can use it when I get incoming phone calls/texts.
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    CameraChick;
    I use the little JamBox from AT&T and my son got the Big JamBox. They are both fantastic! I'm pretty cheap by nature, but sometimes it pays to spend a little more for a quality product. Try one of those babies, you'll love it.
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