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10.28.15
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Soundfreaq is known for their line of rich sounding, beautifully designed speakers, and their newest Sound Step Lightning 2 model lives up to the standard. It delivers the same impressive sound quality we've come to expect, and now includes a fully rechargeable battery for true portability. It normally costs $150, but for a limited time Engadget readers can pick one up for 60 percent off -- just $59 plus free shipping.

The Sound Step produces rich audio quality that's rare for a speaker of its size. It features a 2.1 speaker configuration with a dedicated sub-woofer and Soundfreaq's proprietary UQ3 spatial sound enhancement delivers natural bass and stereo separation. It's perfect for filling any room with crystal clear sound and with eight hours of continuous playback per charge, you can bring it with you wherever you go. You can connect nearly any device using your choice of Bluetooth, line-in jack, or built in Lightning dock. It even includes an internal FM radio tuner that you can control with the free, dedicated Soundfreaq app.

The Sound Step Lightning 2 is the perfect combination of sonic performance, style and versatility. It's well worth the MSRP of $150, but is a must-have at just $59. This 60 percent discount won't last long, so don't miss out -- grab yours today.

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