The HighKey™ Speaker is one of the loudest portable speakers on the market, it is able to reach a max volume of 92dB. The HighKey Speaker can even play music when submerged underwater; as it has an IP67 waterproof rating.
The HighKey™ Speaker also features a USB port that allows you to plug in and charge any of your portable devices. The speaker is equipped with 4400 mAh, meaning it can re-charge the average phone 2 times!
- Extremely loud
- Completely waterproof, Dustproof and Shockproof
- 14 hours of battery life
- Compact Size
IT'S ALL IN THE DETAILS
1X HighKey Portable Speaker
1X Premium Micro USB Cable
1X Carabiner Clip
1X User Manual
Frequently Asked Questions
The HighKey Speaker has an output power of 20 watts, allowing the speaker to reach a max volume of 92 dB. The diagram below is a loudness comparison chart:
Yes, the HighKey Speaker has an IPX-7 waterproof rating. IPX-7 means the speaker is protected against short durations of water immersion. Max immersion for less than 30 minutes and at a depth of less than 1 meter.
The speaker has a wireless range of up to 45 feet (~13 meters).
Yes, the speaker is perfect for taking phone and conference calls. The speaker features an HD microphone for clear phone call conversations. For the clearest audio, it is recommended that you speak within 3 feet of the speaker.
The speaker features a 5V USB output, at the back of the speaker. You can plug any USB cord into this port, to charge your portable devices. The speaker can charge the average phone 2 times.
The speaker can last up to 14 hours while playing audio and takes 3-4 hours to re-charge.
In general, all newer devices with Bluetooth® 3.0 or Bluetooth® 4.0, which can enable pairing, should work with our speaker. If your device does not have Bluetooth capabilities, you can connect to the speaker with the included AUX cable.
Height: 8.0cm (3.15 in.), Length: 18.9cm (7.44 in.), Width: 5.1cm (2.01 in.). Weight: 1 Kg (2.2 pounds)
Frequency response is the range of bass, mids, and treble. The 60hz represents the bass end of the spectrum, while the 18Khz represents the treble end.