Thursday, October 11, 2018

VAUX & DOX from Ninety7

If you own an Amazon Echo Dot you may find currently that when you play music on it the music is rather muffled or plays very low I will let you know about a company called Ninety they make a variety of high-performance portable speaker docks. VAUX is the first battery-powered speaker designed specifically to house the Amazon Echo Dot. Its cordless portability enhanced audio quality and beautiful modern aesthetic lets you enjoy VAUX anywhere in your home environment. Always you do is put your existing Amazon Echo Dot in this and it allows you to enjoy your Dot cord free in any room you want any time as the battery lasts up to six hours it is a powerful, rechargeable lithium-ion battery. It comes in the colors Ash and Carbon. 

DOX for Echo Dot is a portable battery for the 2nd Generation Amazon Echo Dot, designed to provide a rechargeable, cord-free mobility at home or on-the-go. With up to 10 hours of cordless use, you can unplug and take Alexa anywhere you choose without the hassle of cables and outlets. It comes in the colors Ash and Carbon. 4 LED lights integrate seamlessly on the front of DOX, indicating how much battery life remains before needing a charge. DOX comes with its own low-profile, integrated charging base, so you can easily power-up and instantly untether as needed. If your DOX battery is running low, just return it to the base for a fresh charge.
My Opinion: I think that’s a great for the Amazon Echo Dot as one is compact and the other was a little bit taller I also found the sound to be very clear and crisp. I also like the idea that I can listen to it in any room in the battery will last for quite a while.
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