Transformers ≫ Transformers Music label Soundwave Audio player - Spark blue

Transformers Music label Soundwave Audio player - Spark blue

Transformers Music label Soundwave Audio player - Spark blue

Transformers Music label Soundwave Audio player - Spark blue

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This is a very neat toy from Takara. It features a fully transformable Soundwave action figure (from robot to cassette player and back) that can play mp3's from an SD mini card in both modes.

Product details
Adult All ages
Department Figures and Collectibles / Action Figure
Publisher Takara
Series Transformers
Shop Manga & Anime
Primary language Japanese
Genre Adventure , Science Fiction
Product Code TAK-TRAU001
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"Awesome figure about an awesome character." by Joni Tamminen (Finland) on Mar 30, 2008

The reviewer Sabina Betschke really went all out on her review there, so there's not that much to say for me really. It had been cool if they'd been able to bake in ravage somehow, but the figure is nonetheless awesome.

I hesitated for a good while before getting him...partly because of the price and partly because I thought his proportions looked odd in some pictures, but soundwave looks really good "in person".

Now if I could make him say "Soundwave superior, iPod inferior" in his cartoon voice it would be perfect. :)

"Very nice Transforemer that works" by Sabina Betschke (Deutschland) on Aug 24, 2007

Musiclabel Soundwave is a real beauty, his color scheme may seem somewhat bland, but in my opinion it makes him look more distinguished.

He comes with two weapons, one shoulder mounted, one hand mounted. He has a total of six different hands (three per hand), including the "Touch his own eject button" ones. I comes with a pair of plug earphones (but Rumble and Frenzy are just more ...). There's a nice manual and a card telling about him (Everything is in Japanese).
He requires one AAA battery and one miniSD card (those two aren't included).

He sounds quite nice, if you have some half decent equipment plugged into him (Rumble and Frenzy for example).
Battery life is about 6 hours.
Despite the information on the box, he takes MP3s with bitrates higher than 128k. He plays almost everything, out of a hundred MP3 files, he only refused to play one (in other words, he totally ignored the existence of that song). Furthermore, the box says he take miniSDs up to 1GB, he does miniSDs with more storage space, too.

His functions are somewhat limited, he only does: Play, Pause, Skip to next/last song, Volume up, Volume down. Songs are play in the chronological order in which they were put onto the miniSD.

His transformation is nice and simple, but his plastics are a bit soft in my opinion.

All in all, a very nice idea and a nice toy for everybody who wants something unusual. I wouldn't recommend him as a normal MP3 player, but as something you enjoy at home and as a real working Soundwave, I don't regret buying him.