Nu Tech’s Thump 2 Knock-Off, Doesn’t Sound Horrible

By David Ponce

Don’t feel like getting a mullet and shelling out a wallet and a half for some Oakley’s Thump 2 MP3 sunglasses? Well, welcome to the world of cheap knock-offs. For around $100, you can get these fine looking glasses, the DarkShadows from Nu Tech. has a review and comes to the conclusion that… well, they don’t actually sound like crap. Matter of fact, for the price, it’s quite a bargain. If you can get past the fact that you don’t have the Oakley insignia hanging off your nose that is.

Spec wise, it’s a little anorexic. But come inside for that. Out here, you get a link to the product page.

• General Features:
• Cool Grey color
• Polarized Lens
• Built-in memory: 256 MB
• Port: USB
• Integrated USB drive
• Solid-state NAND flash memory with no moving parts
• Store up to 60 songs
• Supports storage and data files along with song files
• Compatible format: MP3, WMA, ADPCM
• 3D Stereo Sound
• Stereo Earphone
• Integrated Microphone supporting ADPCM recording
• Playing Function: Sequence, Repeat Random, Pause, Resuming
• Battery: 230mAh/3.7V macromolecule polymer Li-ion rechargeable battery
• Recharging Time: 2 hours for fully charged
• Battery Playtime: 8 continuous hours with fully charged battery
• S/N Ratio: 80dB
• Voice Recording Time: 36 Hours

• Music Playtime:
• WMA format: 16 hours
• MP3 format: 8 hours

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