Beats by Dr. Dre Beatbox Portable Price in Singapore & Specifications

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Beats by Dr. Dre Beatbox Portable Specs

Release Date in Singapore
ModelBeatbox Portable
DateMay 2014
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWireless
AUX inYes
Bluetooth range9.1 m
Weight & dimensions
Height171 mm
Weight4 kg
Power source typeAC,Battery
Battery typeD
Number of batteries supported6
Battery voltage1.5 V
Number of speakers1
Product colourBlack
Recommended usageUniversal

Reviews of Beats by Dr. Dre Beatbox Portable
Reviewed on 2012-11-09
Neat design, rich sound quality, not too bass heavy, pairs easily via Bluetooth, Bluetooth streaming quality is excellent, smaller footprint, carry handles and lightweight design makes it easy to carry, really shines on higher bit rates
Remote is a bit cheap looking, no batteries included, placement is key to fill the room with sound, collects dirt and fingerprints easily, price is a bit high – but you know you want it anyway, Prev2 of 2Next
The Beatbox Portable is the latest addition to the Beats by Dr. Dre speaker line-up. Can you believe that the original Beatbox was released back in 2010? Damn… were does the time go?! Well, with time comes advancements and improvements, and that is exactl...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-30
Dr. Dre has done well for himself, the beats by dr.dre line has grown to such levels to encompass smartphones, HP Laptops and DJ headphones. So it is only natural they have a portable beatbox cranking out some heavy tunes. Beatbox Portable lets you take y...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-19
Powerful audio output with deep bass response. Streams via Bluetooth, but also has dock for iPhones and Pods. Portable, with built in handles for easy carrying.
Runs on six D cell batteries. Audible hiss when at maximum, regardless of Bluetooth device volume. Just the slightest hint of distortion at maximum volume on deep bass tracks
In the space of about a year, Bluetooth and AirPlay wireless speaker docks have begun to replace old-fashioned wired systems. Bluetooth's streaming quality has improved so much that this isn't a bad thing. Now Monster has joined the fray. At $449.95 (dire...
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Reviewed on 2011-02-14
Awesomely loud, Builtin handle for carrying, Includes remote and builtin iPod Dock, GSM shielding prevents cell phone interference,
Expensive; $300, A bit bright tonally at high volumes, Heavy and big, No battery or Bluetooth option
Pros:Awesomely loud Built-in handle for carrying Includes remote and built-in iPod Dock GSM shielding prevents cell phone interference Cons:Expensive; $300+ A bit bright tonally at high volumes Heavy and big No battery or Bluetooth option If 5 years ag...
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Reviewed on 2010-12-01
As has been the case with most of the higher-end audio systems released for the iPod and iPhone, Beatbox diverges from the typical glossy plastic styling found in cheaper all-in-ones, using a clean design that initially appears stark but has subtle hi...
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Reviewed on 2010-11-29
Compact iPod/iPhone stereo system that delivers big sound; able to fill large rooms; edgy industrial design with minimalist styling; solid construction; big bass; convenient carrying handle
No extra features, bass will rattle nearby objects, fairly pricey, wireless module is an optional accessory (with no specific price or due date), no battery option
Editors' note: This product's full name is "Beats by Dr. Dre Beatbox iPod Dock" but we're sticking with "Monster Beatbox" for this review. Like the Monster Beats headphones, it's part of the "Beats by Dr. Dre" line of products from Monster that are cre...
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Reviewed on 2010-11-01
Excellent bass reproduction for any music genre. Designed to fit in any room with its corner design. Fills a room with music. Really shines when you play with your iPhone/iPod set to optimum equalizer settings. The active wireless module probably means future peripherals are coming,...
Pricey. Front grille easily bends when you push it. No mini to mini stereo cable included. No app. Remote control is less than impressive. Improper placement of the device in a room can hinder the sound experience coming from the Beatbox.
When Monster and beats by dr. dre first announced the Beatbox, we initially said it will probably sound like Dr. Dre is screaming in your face. Well from the time we have spent with the Beatbox, that is in fact what it sounds like. The Beatbox iPo...
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Reviewed on 2010-10-22
The most powerful iPod dock we've tested. Does not distort, even at high volume levels. Intense bass response. Wedge-shaped design fits in room corners. A port exists for wireless streaming—but it's not yet activated.
Remote lacks full iPod navigation. Very expensive. No playback controls on dock itself. No video out for iPod. Speaker grille should be more stable.
In 2008, Dr. Dre and Monster teamed up to launch a pair of headphones, Beats by Dr. Dre ($349.95, 4 stars). Two years and several products later, the partnership has launched its first iPod dock, the Beatbox by Dr. Dre from Monster. At $449.95 (list), ...
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