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    Posted by a reviewer on Bestbuy

    Here's a quick rundown on what's new and improved over the first gen slc (in no particular order): ipx4-rated water-splash resistant (*not* immersible/submersible) nfc enabled bluetooth pairing (just enable nfc & bt, then tap to pair) speaker phone functionality over bluetooth, with call controls located on the slcii other notable facts: the built-in lithium-ion battery is still not user replaceable.


    Posted by a reviewer on Bestbuy

    The slcii's radio for music/speakerphone is still strictly bluetooth (no wifi).


    Posted by a reviewer on Bestbuy

    Two slciis cannot be bluetooth paired for wide-field stereo (although this could be accomplished with a *custom* made line-in stereo-stereor-stereol splitter cable - where all three plugs have to be three-element stereo).


    Posted by a reviewer on Bestbuy

    My intention is to primarily use the slcii as the main external speaker for a powerful, yet tiny, portable am/fm/wx/air/sw radio receiver that is replacing a much larger, luggable, 30 year old, rugged, workhorse multi-band radio that finally gave up the ghost.


    Posted by a reviewer on Bestbuy

    The tiny portable isn't bluetooth capable and only has a built-in 1.


    Posted by a reviewer on Bestbuy

    That said, the equalization of the slcii is *not* aimed at high fidelity sound reproduction.


    Posted by a reviewer on Bestbuy

    The default eq seriously over-emphasizes the bass, sloppily booming way too much ~150hz, with complete roll-off somewhere above 60hz.

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