It's cheap in every sense of the word. Yes, it costs 5 dollars. And yes, there's a catch to it - as to be expected from "As seen on TV" products. It's the volume; the volume output of this device is controlled by the volume of whatever you're hooking this up to. If you turn it up too much - and anything past 60% is too much - then the sound breaks off and you're basically listening to some horribly failed mixture of gibberish and static. If you're alone inside a room, this is okay. (I'm stressing the alone part because if you're there yapping with a friend, your conversation will be louder than this device can muster.) But if you're outside, let alone trying to use it outdoors the way they used it in the commercial, you can might as well do the music with your own mouth because you won't hear anything from this speaker. So indoors, on your own, yes. Anything else, no. It's just 5 bucks so it wasn't the end of the world for me, but for those thinking about buying this: Save your money, buy something else.
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