Greatly Lowered Expectations
Last time we sold these, we endeavored to keep expectations low. Yes, they wrap around your phone or tablet, holding it upright and improving the sound. No, they can’t be worn like Lobot (at least, not comfortably). Yes, they’re sold in “open box” condition so they may have weird price tags on them. No, they’re not going to “transform any smartphone into a cinema on the go” like the box claims.
My partner is very hard of hearing, he can now hear his tablet talking about the latest and greatest fishing techniques. Joy for him, not so much for me. Great sound. Would highly recommend these sound blasters. lots of bass- big sound -small package
Bass pun intended? @sammydog01 admitted:
… I have bought an obscene number of speakers from Meh. I really like this one. I watch a lot of shows on my tablets and this thing is a pretty good stand as well as a not bad speaker. Win!
Mine arrived with no obvious signs of prior use. It took a little fidgeting to get them to pair but they sound pretty good and the stand mechanism is neat. I’d say they are well worth the price of admission.
And @mimsy summed it up:
Worth $10. And it’s better than expected.
What can we take away from these unusual forum kudos? That these are the best speakers of all time? That you’d be foolish not to buy a pair?
Of course not. It means we at Meh should pat ourselves on the back for lowering expectations so expertly. We set the bar so low that, when customers were able to extract any value from them whatsoever, they were delighted.
Wait a second … by saying all this today we may inadvertently be raising expectations. Those “better than expected” customer reviews could be misconstrued as meaning “good”! Don’t listen to us. Ignore everything we’ve said.