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Here is the new DreamWave Survivor

The new DreamWave Survivor is a good speaker, offering decent features and it could also help users’ car batteries.

This new speaker comes with a chunky exterior, which will probably remind customers of the Panasonic Toughbook and Toughpad.

These kind of devices prioritize ruggedness over luxury and good-looking designs. These kind of devices are also hardly portable, often have an ugly design, but they fit into a niche that outdoor enthusiasts are looking for.

Dreamwave Survivor Bluetooth Speaker with decent quality
The new DreamWave Survivor is not necessarily a device like this, but people can’t tell the difference by looking. This new speaker comes with rugged, outdoor-element-proof construction, USB charging, built-in LED flashlight, the ability to stream music via Bluetooth, and a 12V car battery jump-start feature.

So, it seems that the new DreamWave Survivor comes with a large variety of features. The fact is that people often see these kind of features, offering numerous functionalities, but they end up having mediocre performance across the board.

When it comes to this new speaker, the price is not important, but it is all about the features that are most important to customers.

Just by watching the box in what the new speaker is packed, customers will figure out that this device is built to resist. It comes with an army green container that offers little clever packing, instead of going for a minimalistic box with a prominent logo, like many other speakers on the market.

To be added that users will find an AC adapter inside the box, with four interchangeable plug types for different regions.

Moreover, there is another adapter for users to charge the unit with a car cigarette lighter, a brief instruction manual, a 3.5mm audio cable for direct line-in audio, and a pair of jumper cables.
Customers should know that those jumper cables are for use with the speaker’s 400 amp 12-volt car battery jump starting function.

The company claims that when this speaker has approximately 50 percent of its charge, it’s capable of jumpstarting a 7.0-liter V8 engine.

But, if users’ vehicle refuses to be jolted back to life, they should know that this speaker also comes with a built-in 110 lumen LED light which can project SOS flash sequences for emergencies. So, people who spend a lot time outdoors should know that the new DreamWave Survivor is the best speaker for them.

Moving to the design, we must say that the new DreamWave Survivor is well-suited to withstand harsh environments, with rubberized covers on either end of the speaker.

To be added that on one side there is the power button, volume controls and Bluetooth pairing, while on the other side are the rubberized covers that protect the USB, AC adapter, 3.5mm line-in, and 12V DC ports.

In the end, we must say that the audio performances are decent. The new DreamWave Survivor boasts a pair of full-range speakers that are supported by two tweeters, which are driven by a 30-watt amplifier. So, it appears that this speaker doesn’t seem to lack loudness.
Here is the new DreamWave Survivor Reviewed by John Colston on 4:28 PM Rating: 5
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