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Motorola EQ7 - Speakers

Mfg Part #: 89243N


Motorola EQ7 - Speakers
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MSRP$199.95
Our Price$164.99
ConditionNew and Factory Sealed
Out of Stock as of 12:47am 10/17/2013
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World-class acoustic stereo sound goes wireless with the Motorola EQ7. Blast music in full, rich sound and take calls over the high-quality speakerphone with a powerful built-in microphone.

Premium wireless sound
Portable audio has never sounded this good. A tuned-ported enclosure, combined with four aluminum dome Odyssey transducers driven by powerful neodymium magnets, provide deep rich bass and smooth response, clear out to 20kHz. The class 1 Bluetooth wireless connection delivers up to 100m/330ft of range for true wireless freedom.

Don't miss the call
When using the speakerphone function, integrated controls make it easy to switch between music and calls with the touch of a button.

True music flexibility
Jazz up your dinner party or take your music with you. The EQ7 can be powered by the AC power adapter or four AA-batteries. And while the EQ7 can easily connect wirelessly with an MP3 player, PC, or mobile phone using Stereo Bluetooth (A2DP), a 3.5mm standard audio jack also allows wired connection to almost any music source.



General Specifications

ManufacturerMotorola
Manufacturer Part #89243N
Cost Central Item #10345386
Product DescriptionMotorola EQ7 - Speakers - for portable use - wireless - for Motorola DROID X2, Fire, Titanium, XPRT, XT860 4G; Fire XT; MOTORAZR V3; PHOTON 4G
Product TypeSpeakers - portable
Integrated ComponentsMicrophone
Approximate Dimensions (WxDxH)6.7 in x 6.1 in x 1.7 in
Approximate Weight15.5 oz
Speaker TypeActive
Audio AmplifierIntegrated
Connectivity InterfacesBluetooth
Battery4 x battery - AA type
Designed ForMotorola A455, DROID X2, Fire, Flipout, Titanium, W490, XPRT, XT860 4G; CLIQ MB200; Evoke QA4; Fire XT; Karma QA1; Krave ZN4; MOTO EM330, VE465; Moto Q 11, 9h, 9m; MOTORAZR V3; MOTORAZR2; MOTOSURF A3100; PHOTON 4G; RAZR V3ie; Tundra VA76; Motorola AURA R1; Motorola Hint QA30; Motorola Rapture VU30

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Extended Specifications

General
Product TypeSpeakers - for portable use
Integrated ComponentsMicrophone
Approximate Width6.7 in
Approximate Depth6.1 in
Approximate Height1.7 in
Approximate Weight15.5 oz
Speaker System
Speaker TypeActive
Audio AmplifierIntegrated
Connectivity InterfacesBluetooth 2.0
Transmission Range330 ft
Built-in DevicesMicrophone
Additional FeaturesBuilt-in microphone
Connections
Connector TypeAudio line-in ( mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm )
Miscellaneous
Included AccessoriesPower adapter
Power
Power DevicePower adapter
Battery
TypeBattery - AA type
Required Qty4
Compatibility Information
Designed ForMotorola A455 Rival, DROID X2, Fire, Flipout, Titanium, W490, XPRT, XT860 4G
Motorola Adventure V750
Motorola CLIQ MB200
Motorola Evoke QA4
Motorola Fire XT
Motorola Karma QA1
Motorola Krave ZN4
Motorola MOTO EM330, U9, VE465, W755, Z9
Motorola Moto Q 11, 9h, 9m
Motorola MOTOACTV W450
Motorola MOTORAZR V3, V3m, V3t, V3xx, VE20
Motorola MOTORAZR2 V8, V9, V9 Ferrari, V9m, V9x
Motorola MOTORIZR Z3, Z6tv
Motorola MOTOROKR E6, E8, U9, Z6, Z6m
Motorola MOTOSURF A3100
Motorola MOTOZINE ZN5
Motorola PHOTON 4G
Motorola RAZR V3, V3a, V3c, V3e, V3i, V3ie, V3im, V3m, V3r, V3S, V3t, V3x
Motorola Renegade V950
Motorola Tundra VA76r
Motorola AURA R1
Motorola Hint QA30
Motorola Rapture VU30

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Review Date: Jun 28, 2012

Samuel Chell

Strengths: Simply put, the incomparable sound--powered by 4 JBL speakers sets it apart. The muffin-shaped speaker belies its size with bright, deep, full-frequencied and rich audio unmatched by any speaker below $200. Moreover, I can't even willfully cause it to distort--it simply handles the load.

Weaknesses: Sometimes I lose patience with getting the BlueTooth to "pair," but this has been the case with 4-5 other BT speakers that I've owned.

Summary: Motorola has discontinued the EQ7 in favor of their EQ5, a "cute" little fellow that's an offense to any music-lover's ears. Even if you use the EQ7 via a "wire" (horrors!), it's worth the asking price to anyone who really cares about and listens to genuine music.

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Review Date: Jun 28, 2012

Samuel Chell

Strengths: Simply put, the incomparable sound--powered by 4 JBL speakers sets it apart. The muffin-shaped speaker belies its size with bright, deep, full-frequencied and rich audio unmatched by any speaker below $200. Moreover, I can't even willfully cause it to distort--it simply handles the load.

Weaknesses: Sometimes I lose patience with getting the BlueTooth to "pair," but this has been the case with 4-5 other BT speakers that I've owned.

Summary: Motorola has discontinued the EQ7 in favor of their EQ5, a "cute" little fellow that's an offense to any music-lover's ears. Even if you use the EQ7 via a "wire" (horrors!), it's worth the asking price to anyone who really cares about and listens to genuine music.

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