There's almost too many options for bluetooth speakers these days, but Soundfreaq's products are far from the norm – they're elite. Their new Double Spot portable speaker delivers crisp, powerful sound, and Gizmodo readers can get one for 28% off with the exclusive coupon code "gizmodofiver".

I mean, it's not going to bust your room open at the seams, but considering the Double Spot is less than a foot long, the volume it pumps out is pretty big. It's customizable, too — on top is a Tone Control switch, which allows you to warm up or cool down the sound output without needing a software EQ. To further improve sound quality, Soundfreaq has used their "UQ3 digital spatial enhancement technology" to make the stereo speakers sound more separated. Other notables include Bluetooth connectivity, a rechargeable (via USB) internal battery with 6 hours of play time, and two nice exterior finishes.

The Soundfreaq currently has a 28% discount plus free shipping via the link below… be sure to use the coupon code "gizmodofiver" for an extra $5 off.

>> Get 28% off the Soundfreaq Double Spot ($107 w/ free shipping)

A look through the Double Spot's highlights…

  • Built-in rechargeable battery — offers six hours of AC-free playback time, making it convenient to move around the house or even bring onto a patio or deck
  • USB charging — Double Spot is built with a USB power port so you can keep your device charged while you play, even on battery power
  • Line-in — to quickly connect to any device, Double Spot offers a simple line-in option that works with a standard headphone jack
  • Controls — Double Spot is built with on-board capacitive touch buttons to control playback directly from the speaker

Shipping is free, but only available to the Continental US. Also, make sure you select the right finish on the product page – wood grain or all black. To grab the deal or for more info, click the link…

>> Get 28% off the Soundfreaq Double Spot ($107 w/ free shipping)


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