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AVLabs AVL787 Bedside Companion Speaker System - Package and Contents

AVLabs are another new company of which we've heard nothing at all about before. We're ready to be impressed...

| Speakers in Audio, Sound & Speakers | Posted: Nov 16, 2009 3:59 am
TweakTown Rating: 55%      Manufacturer: AVlabs

The Package and Contents

 

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Right then, let's take a close look at the contents of the package and see what's included.

 

The packaging this unit comes in is quite tough as far as small boxes go I guess.

 

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On the front of the unit is a nicely presented photograph of the unit. Unfortunately the thing that gets your attention the most is the iPhone which of course is not included.

 

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However, without the phone in the picture there wouldn't be much to look at, so I guess that answers that.

 

The rear of the package features a spec list and run down of what's included and what can be expected in terms of compatibility. Aside from that, though, there is not much else. So let's take a look inside.

 

Inside the package things are quite well packed, with the unit being the focal point alongside a selection of small cables and a remote, along with a product manual.

 

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Now, the jury is still out on whether it warrants a mention in the mission statement, but I can assure you that it does not live up to the claim of being "world class" packaging.

 

For that, you need to speak to the 'Razer guy' ...guy.

 

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