SYNC wireless speaker from Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson

By Posted 7 Aug 2013, 08:37

If a new wireless speaker has the backing of a celebrity it’s been proven to increase sales, although the chances of success are even greater if this celebrity has a positive background for the type of product they are promoting. The SYNC by 50 Wireless Speaker is one such product from Curtis 50 Cent Jackson.

SYNC wireless speaker from Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson

The relationship 50 Cent has with music and his popularity will almost certainly help sales of the SYNC wireless speaker, but what do you get for your money? You can see some of the main features in the image below, which include omni-directional 3D stereo sound, voice prompt with easy pairing, five pre-tuned EQ-settings, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, touch sensitive controls and some professionally tuned 50MM drivers.

If you have an active lifestyle then Bluetooth speakers are becoming more of a necessity than a luxury, although the choice shoppers now have can become as much of a hindrance as it is a good thing.

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The SYNC by 50 Wireless Speaker is one of the latest releases in this industry, and you will certainly find some of the latest technology included like Near Field Communication to help with hands-free calling among other things.

You shouldn’t have a problem pairing this wireless speaker to your smartphone or tablet, but an integrated 3.5mm jack is there for when you do come across compatibility issues.

In the box you will find a carrying case, soft cleaning cloth, micro USB charging cable and the standard documentation. The SYNC by 50 wireless speaker can be found with full specs on SMS Audio and has a price of $199.95 at the time of writing.

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  • http://www.mightydwarf.com/ JJ Matt.

    This looks very good. Did you have a chance to actually review the product or are you working strictly with the manufacturer’s specs? How does it sound? The product is in the high end category of portable speakers in with the Bose offerings rather than the Mighty Dwarf mid price range therefore the sound quality and not the endorsement will be important. From my understanding – albeit not from personal experience – this is the issue with The Pill. The steak did not meet the expectations of the sizzle.

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