"Bought this in August of 2014, it is now December 2014 and it doesn't work anymore! It will not charge. A waste of money"
"I guess I expected too much from such a small speaker. I bought it to use with my Raspberry Pi B+, so for that function it's good enough. When connected to my PC's sound card line-output, the Sharkk overloaded and distorted unless I turned the volume level way down. The grill on my unit was also loose and rattles and resonates at certain bass audio frequencies.
The sound quality on Bluetooth was a little better, but you cannot turn-up the volume any higher than for quiet personal use in an office cube, or the Sharkk would start rattling and distorting. The sound output was rather tinny sounding overall. Bass output was minimal at best.
I'd like to see Sharkk and other similar manufacturers of small speakers start listing their frequency response and reference the -3db frequency point in Hertz, for the low-end bass response. Also the power amp output should be specified in RMS Watts at X% amount of distortion as required of other consumer audio equipment. This would at least give consumers and idea of what the unit is capable of. Pretty much a waste of money on my part."
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What is the sound power output of the speaker?Answer
The sound power output of the speaker is 3W. It is measured in Audio Power Amplifiers and Audio IC.