WINNER - Win a Goal Zero Rock Out 2 Speaker Competition

© Burton McCall

WINNER: robmachete

The Rock Out 2 Rechargeable Speaker from Goal Zero is the perfect accessory for those wanting to rock out while out and about whether it be in the mountains or camping with friends and family. With its rechargeable battery, you can listen to your tunes for over 20 hours from your phone, MP3 player or laptop. When not in use it zips away in its own storage compartment for safe storage. Its DarkBass technology ensures you receive high-quality sound with everything on your playlist.

  • Weight: 12oz (340g)
  • Dimensions: 6" x 5" x 3" (17.8 x 9.5 x 6.4cm)
  • Optimal Operating Temp: 32 - 104F (0 – 40 ̊C)
  • Certifications: FCC, CE, ROHS
  • 2 Hour USB Charge Time
  • Charging Port: USB Cord / 5V
  • Audio Input Port: 3.5mm headphone jack / line-level
  • Audio output: 3.5mm headphone jack, to connect other speakers
  • Speaker: 2 x 40mm, 3 Watts
  • Amplifier: 2x 3 Watts stereo / 70dB SNR / 100Hz - 20KHz
  • Battery: Li-ion, 3Wh (3.7V / 800 mAh)

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30 Jul, 2018

Is this really something the climbing community should condone?

30 Jul, 2018

a disgraceful givaway and endorsement by UKC! KEEP BOOM BOXES OUT OF THE COUNTRYSIDE!

30 Jul, 2018

The very last thing I want when I'm "in the mountains or camping with friends and family" is someone else's amplified music. It's a real shame that UKC feels that this is a suitable product to promote here.

30 Jul, 2018

In reply to UKC/UKH Article

Oh you grumpy people. I always take my speakers camping. It's perfectly possible to listen to music without annoying anyone else.

By far the best portable speakers I've come across are the Minirigs. They're not cheap but the sound quality is outstanding and the battery life on the new version is an amazing 80 hours.

30 Jul, 2018

I agree with the "countryside" and "mountain" sentiments here, but "camping" is a very broad church - i wouldn't object to some Radio4 on a Sunday morning whilst making a brew after a discrete roadside bivvy.

Similarly i've very much enjoyed having some music at the crag whilst bouldering at night on my own - i wouldn't force my musical choices on anyone else, but i think there's a time and place for products like this.

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