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Sangean PS-300 Pillow Speaker $31.64 + Delivery ($0 Prime / $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU


30% off - Was $44.95

Comes with inline volume control and Amplifier

works on 1 AAA batteries required

Product description:

Place this pillow speaker inside your pillow case and plug it into your MP3 player, iPod, or radio to listen to music without disturbing your partner or others in the house.

Get to sleep with soothing sounds and get a good night's sleep.

This pillow speaker works directly off your music player!

No more uncomfortable headphones.

By placing this under your pillow you listen to the radio, music, or sleep or relaxation music while you are in bed.

Note : Install One AAA / UM-4 / R3 Battery (Battery not included) to power the optional internal audio amplifier.

Only connect to headphone jack of your audio player, as connection to higher output speaker connection will cause damage.

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closed Comments

  • +4

    Thats an expensive speaker

  • +3

    What a strange product

  • +3

    Now I need a pillow with 3.5mm jack.

    • Don't forget the pillow charger.

  • +2

    You can get eye masks with speaker's for less than this.


  • +1

    I am still laughing, but good thought technology!!!

  • +8

    I want one with a built-in recorder so I can record my partner's snoring and play it back to them, through their pillow.

    • +1

      Get the sleep as android app to capture sleep noises.

    • +3

      Make it into an autotuned dubstep remix. Release it to the world. Profit immensely.
      Then use the profit to pay for sinus surgery on your partners nose.

  • This looks really uncomfortable, I really think it might hurt when you put your head on it accidentally later on in the night. Or is it meant to go on the underside of your pillow?

    • +1


    • +1

      The speaker is the pillow itself obviously..

    • description says under the pillow

      • +1

        who reads descriptions noadays?

  • +3

    MP3 player
    3.5mm jack
    In-line control
    AAA battery

    Did I wake up in 2004?

    • This looks to be a minor update on something Sangean were selling back in 2000 (it didn't have inline controls and was a slightly different shape).

      However I feel like it was only $20 back then, and while Sangean is a good brand (they're the 'go to' brand for consumer radios that do short wave, etc), this feel overpriced.

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