ION Tailgater Bluetooth Portable Speaker System with Auxiliary USB Charger

November 19, 2013 - Comment

Enjoy your music whenever and wherever you want. Tailgater Bluetooth is a portable sound system that includes speakers, amplifier, audio inputs and wireless Bluetooth technology all in one durable cabinet that has handles for easy transport. Tailgater Bluetooth has a built-in battery with a charge indicator, and will provide up to 50 hours of cordless

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Enjoy your music whenever and wherever you want. Tailgater Bluetooth is a portable sound system that includes speakers, amplifier, audio inputs and wireless Bluetooth technology all in one durable cabinet that has handles for easy transport. Tailgater Bluetooth has a built-in battery with a charge indicator, and will provide up to 50 hours of cordless sound. Or you can use the included power cord and rock out as long as you want. Tailgater Bluetooth’s enhanced bass output creates full, rich sound that’s perfect for a party, tailgating, or any other place you want to crank up your music.

Product Features

  • Portable loudspeaker system with integrated rechargeable battery and wired/wireless connectivity, medium size
  • Stream music wirelessly from any Bluetooth-enabled device
  • Works with iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Android devices and more
  • Input for a microphone, instruments and other audio sources. High-quality microphone included.Built-in digital AM/FM radio and retractable antenna
  • This item is non returnable.

Comments

Rudy Sias says:

Ion Tailgater Bluetooth – Much different than previous models I just received this from Gamestop (online) yesterday. Amazon has this as out of stock currently, and Costco is only carrying the non-Bluetooth Ion Block Rocker. As an owner of the previous Ion Tailgater (bought from Costco), there are some major differences between the older IPA17 (I’ll call this the 17 from now on) and the new IPA57 (The 57 from now on). First, the 57 has Bluetooth. Finally! The Bluetooth connectivity is easy. You turn on the unit, check your device (I have a Samsung Focus Windows Phone) and seconds later it appears as on option to pair.More differences. The 57 no longer has the Apple proprietary dock connector. Replacing that area, is a grooved channel to prop up your device or tablet. Note, your device is not secured. Also, just above and to the left of this channel is a USB port for charging your device. The controls of the 57 look much different than the 17. The 57 only has two knobs now, one for Mic volume, and one for Master Volume. The 17 had an…

Gary Wondrash says:

Perfect I purchased this to be used for a bicycle ice cream vendor business. I play ice cream music on it as I ride around my city. I use an Ipod, however because I am riding a bike and the streets have imperfections in them the Ipod bounces lose so I have to use the auxilary input. The Ipod dock does work great if you are not moving. :-)The product performs better than I expected it to perform. People hear me blocks away as I pedal down the street.I have also used this at our schools Olympic Day. I am a teacher and needed a sound system to announce the up-coming running events and play music as the events were going on. The schools system was inadequate mostly because it was too bulky to move down a hill to our field where Olympic Day is held.This product is worth the money.

Chaz Cone says:

Great little PA I bought this item used from an Amazon reseller for $90.00. I wanted a small PA that I could use with my iPhone and a wireless microphone.Playing via my iPhone works great! Mixing down to mono isn’t bad; it’s a PA after all.The only two knocks I’d give it are these:1) It needs a top-mounted handle to carry it about with one hand; the existing handles on the sides force a two-hand carry. There is another model with built in wheels and a handle (like a piece of luggage, but it’s quite a bit more expensive.2) It comes with a wired mike and I bought a wireless mike to use with it. With both mikes I was disappointed in the EQ (there’s no “tone” slider); both sound quite bassy to my ear which, I understand, is done to limit feedback but the sound needs more highs for clearer communication. It’s the mike circuit (for sure) since the dynamic range of music via the iPhone is fine.I love the rechargeable battery and the 30-pin…

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