NuForce Cube | Small Speaker + DAC, Big Sound

NuForce Cube | Small Speaker + DAC, Big Sound


Hi, I’m Seth Wilde with SonicElectronix.com
and this little guy is the NuForce Cube. The Cube is a portable speaker that has both
a built-in amp and audiophile grade DAC, So whether your music source is a computer, cell
phone or iPod, the Cube can accommodate them all while significantly improving their sound. A quick tour of the product shows its compact
size and the Aux input, USB input, and Aux output along the back. The NuForce Cube provides listeners with superior
sound with a high quality speaker driver. Even with its 2 inch frame, the Cube offers
audio detail, depth and dimension other portable speakers simply aren’t designed to deliver. You no longer have to sacrifice sound quality
for portability. However, because of its design you will lose
out on your bass. When i replaced my 2.1 system with the cube,
i saved a lot of deskspace, but at the expense of bass. Now if you are using headphones, this isn’t
going to be a problem, but instead the Cube is going to sound better. With the internal USB digital to analog converter,
the cube receives digital music directly from the computer and bypasses the computers on-board
DAC in order to improve the overall sound quality that is being distributed. The USB also powers the cube and recharges
the internal lithium battery. With an optimized amplifier circuit the NuForce
Cube takes audio to a new level by providing plenty of power to the built-in speaker or
to a pair of connected headphones. This helps ensure that the Cube provides all
the clarity, detail, and power a user would need, especially for those that have higher
end, audiophile headphones. The NuForce Cubes have proven to be a great
choice in portability and sound quality and is especially great for the office or dorm
rooms. The NuForce cube is available in blue, black,
silver, and red. Pick yours up today at SonicElectronix.com.

13 thoughts to “NuForce Cube | Small Speaker + DAC, Big Sound”

  1. Remember it comes with a built-in high-end DAC… That's pretty uncommon on these types of speakers. Many DACs cost $100+ just by themselves.

  2. I made one of these once. With loud bass down to 70 Hz Only it was the size of a backpack. And it was heavy. Wait, I'm still working on it. lol

  3. Bass??? My IPad Mini can go down to 50 Hz and my Big Blue Live goes to 5 Hz(lets just say i saw it) and has no treble restrictions.

  4. if i buy this speaker it will make my so call portable home theatre cause my pocket projector also design as a cube

  5. CRAP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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