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Pyle PBMSPG120CM and PBMSPG130BK

This Pyle boombox came out in 2016 and is being sold by Amazon, Walmart and other retailers. It is 20 inches long and weighs 10.3 lbs according to my scale. (The weights provided by Pyle are incorrect, because they include the power adapter and packaging materials). The model PBMSPG130BK is black, while the PBMSPG120CM has a green camo pattern printed on what feels like neoprene (wetsuit fabric). Underneath that is a chassis made from an industrial cardboard tube that is normally used to mold concrete pillars. There are 4 speakers - two 2.75" on the front, and one 5.25" on each side. The front speakers are lit by LED's that pulse with the music. There are two bass ports on the rear. It is powered by a fairly common Texas Instruments TPA3118 class D amp.

Available audio sources include USB, Bluetooth/NFC, FM radio, 3.5mm aux input, and guitar/microphone inputs. The FM radio on the one I tested had horrible reception. The battery is a Li-ion cell made by Transonic, marked 7.4V and 6000mAh. The AC adapter is marked 18V and 2.5A.

The sound quality isn't incredibly detailed, but it's good enough for hip-hop. The bass is tight, which is a refreshing change for a tube-shaped speaker, as most of them have loose farty bass.

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