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Goal Zero Rock Out 2 Solar Rechargeable Speaker

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    Tech Specs

    2 x 40 mm
    Frequency Response:
    100 - 20,000 KHz
    5V USB, 3.5mm audio cable, Bluetooth
    Power Source:
    Li-Ion, solar rechargeable
    7 x 3.75 x 2.5 in
    Claimed Weight:
    1 lb
    Recommended Use:
    pumping beats
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    1 year

    Get your groove on.

    The Rock Out 2 Solar Rechargeable Speaker from Goal Zero makes it easier than ever to enjoy your favorite tunes on your favorite hike or backcountry ski spot. A waterproof outer shell on this rugged system helps to ensure your music player stays safe inside the fabric-lined inner pocket. A DarkBass chamber provides airflow, leading to excellent sound. The Rock Out 2 is chainable with other Goal Zero Rock Out speaker systems, making it ideal for gatherings large or small. The monocrystaline solar panel charger on the back ensures that you can have tunes with you even when you're days into your trip and far from civilization. A built-in USB cable power input enables easy charging when you're at home or in the car. The Rock Out 2 is Bluetooth enabled for easy wireless sound anywhere.

    • Waterproof outer shell
    • Fabric-lined inner pocket
    • DarkBass chamber
    • Chainable with other Rock Out speakers
    • Monocrystaline solar panel charger
    • 800mAh lithium battery
    • Built-in USB cable power input
    • Bluetooth enabled
    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    great sound!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This thing produces amazing sound and a ton of base. the battery lasts longer than my phones and is very easy to charge. I havent had to charge it with the solar panel yet, so im not sure how well that works. I really like the fact that you can pair several of these together. would recommend to anyone looking for a good camp or work speaker.

    ROCK the boat!

    Really nice to have tunes out on the water

    ROCK the boat!

    Great for parties

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    It has a great sound but the panel is almost useless.

    It broke

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I got it , it worked great with loud sound and kept going as long as I had it in the sun without ever running out of power. However it broke only a week after I bought it so I guess it's not that reliable.

    Super Loud But Has Issues

      Update to my original review:
      Even though this speaker started off great, it has now become glitchy. I have not been able to get it to turn off which means every time I use it I have to let it die a slow death until I can re-charge it again. The controls have also become unreliable, sometimes working, other times not. I'm sending it back to GZ to see what they can do for me, but I'm probably going to end up buying a different (probably cheaper) speaker from a different company that I know will be reliable.

      After hemming and hawing over which speakers to get, I was drawn to these because of the solar panel and I'm very impressed. They put out a great sound and fill up my entire house when turned up to full blast. The solar charging keeps it going, especially here in sunny Utah. Overall I love these speakers and may even get another set to link up!


      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      GoalZero converts light into sound!

      Durable and sounds good for the price. I leave it on the dash driving to and from outings to get a solar charge, use it as a car speaker to listen to tunes while it charges on the dash, and it charges while hiking and skiing if you strap it to your pack with the panel side up. Sweet speaker.

      Great sound

        These portable speakers are great. They charge really quickly with a USB, not so quickly with solar - but that's to be expected. The sound quality is really good. These speakers are great for camping.

        So good I bought two!

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        This thing is awesome--like really really awesome! I have a crappy van I use to tool around the west on climbing trips, and the stereo sucks. So I just plop this baby on the dash board, and it never dies while blasting tunes all day long. Like Lexi say's below it also doubles as a sweet stash spot for your goodies if you take it into the backcountry.

        Music is a huge moral booster on long hikes, and this baby really brings the tunes to life right when you're bonking.

        Who needs a car stereo?

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        We took this on a 2 week trip in central america for our pool & beach days, which it obviously came in super handy for. However, our rental car didn't have a functional stereo so we ended up just using this little guy to support our 20 hours of total driving over the 2 week period = life saver! The solar panel unit seems pretty decent, I never let it fully solar charge just because we were using it so much and wanted something ready to go. The sound quality is surprisingly good for such a compact little speaker, it's definitely no base booming system, but it gets the job done and allows you access to your tunes. The Bluetooth worked great too.

        First Portable Speaker I Haven't Broken

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        So I like having music when I travel and climb. However, I've also learned that the durability of many portable speakers is way lower than I'd like; I've probably gone through five in the last two years. After one of the nicer ones broke down I was pretty wary about picking this us, but I haven't been disappointed yet.

        The Pros - charges really fast off a USB, decent sound quality, good bluetooth connectivity, can be charged via solar panels, very protective casing to leave a phone or iPod inside.

        The cons - Solar charging takes a very long time. Bluetooth connectivity lags slightly; not an issue with music but I've used it as an external speaker for my laptop, and it needs to stay manually plugged in to keep in sync. Not the loudest speaker.

        However, it is fulfilling my #1 criteria of not dying, and it's super lightweight and takes up almost no space in my pack. Not expecting to need to buy another external little speaker for awhile with this one around.

        Solid Lil Boomer

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        * You can't see the speaker because it's in my FANNY PACK!

        I've had this speaker going on 2 years now.

        The version I have is V1 - so there is no solar panel charger, so I cannot comment on the performance of that particular feature, but otherwise the unit is identical.

        * Sound Quality is surprisingly good. I actually used this instead of a sound system for my birthday dance party. Granted, it certainly could have been louder, but the fact that it could hold it's own in the first place as a dance party starter is pretty impressive.

        I've found it's always sufficient for just jamming around my home or in the outdoors, or BBQs.

        * This lil guy is water resistant, so I always pack it in my fanny pack while paddleboarding, such a neat thing to do. Really appreciate that it can handle light precip and a smattering of water.

        * The architecture of this guy is nice. You can safely stash your phone, keys, or music device inside and zip it on up. Now, it wouldn't protect your gear if it went underwater, but if you encountered light rain or a splash you'd be totally fine.

        I love how compact and small it is, I've traveled with it often. Taken it on yurt trips, river trips, camping trips and general travel.

        All in all a great product in a really great package.

        I would absolutely get this for a friend and I'm planning to give a couple to couples at weddings this summer.

        Solid Lil Boomer