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Small in size, about the size of a plum, the X-mini features patented Vacuum Bass technology, producing rich, full sound.
The X-Mini can be extended upwards like an accordion. It's this expandable vacuum which mimics the resonance characteristics of a subwoofer, giving the Capsule a crisp, full bodied sound and volume.
The X-mini v1.1 Capsule Speaker from Advanced MP3 Players is on offer for just £10.99 instead of £24.99, which is a saving of 56%.
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