Wireless Speaker Review 2015 – SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – Bluetooth speakers have been my go-to gift for two years. Everyone loves them. They pair instantly with smartphones or tablets for on-demand wireless speakers. Anyone with a phone or tablet will find a use for these. This is great for people who travel and are stuck in hotels.
I take one everywhere I go, you never know when you might want to go outside. Many people have actually told me they use it in places where they don’t have speakers like in the shower or outside while doing yard work or in the car if their radio is broken. This is a great gift. Click on images to enlarge
Wireless Speaker Review 2015
This brand new small portable speaker doesn’t require bluetooth or any pairing! And without cables. Place your phone on it for instant promotion! Very convenient. Link – http://bit.ly/1GMqTjD
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It comes in 8 different colors. Beautiful portable, splash-proof speaker. This ultra-compact speaker is powered by a 3000 mAh Li-ion rechargeable battery that provides 10 hours of continuous high-quality stereo playback time. Link – http://bit.ly/1RwCJPl
Two-way high-performance wooden Bluetooth speaker system. If you’re looking for a high-end speaker that looks stylish and fills the room with high-quality sound, this is it. Link – http://bit.ly/1K4BPXI
Small and fun. Very beautiful colors. It’s a 360-degree wireless speaker that plays loud with deep, powerful bass wherever you go. Rain or shine, rage, riot, party and bring the beats to your favorite beaches, trails, caves and climbs. Link – http://bit.ly/1MJeUGb
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It features great sound, voice confirmation and an on-board microphone for clear, hands-free communication. The rugged jacket is rated IP67 waterproof/dust/shockproof and it floats! With 16 hours of battery life and power bank capability, you can charge your smartphone remotely from anywhere and move throughout the day. Link – http://bit.ly/1Q61YdL
It is very good. INNOFLASK is in a new class of audio equipment. Small in size and in a sturdy case larger than a sunglasses case, the InnoFLASK delivers great portable sound. It’s easy to set up and play in a hotel room, garage, garden setting or on the go. More information: http://bit.ly/1GtuG2F
You can’t go wrong with Logitech. They make great portable wireless speakers. They offer high quality audio and many colors to choose from. Link – http://bit.ly/1Nf2AYg For years, home audio companies have tried to design physically smaller speakers while somehow making them sound almost magical. Can it be done? surely Can it be done well? Perhaps not pleasing to the well-tuned ear.
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But wireless audio company Sonos is trying to buck the trend of ever-shrinking speakers with the Play:5, a new, larger device. And the difference it makes isn’t just big—it’s massive.
First and foremost, the Play:5 is built to compete with pocket-sized Bluetooth speakers that you can attach to your bike handlebars or backpack. These devices have been flooding the market – and our fragile eardrums – for years. In contrast, Sonos’ new 14-pound bass-pounding behemoth has no battery, won’t double as a charger, and can’t even AirPlay from your iPhone.
At $499, however, the Play:5 is a weapon for a very different market. With this soundbar, Sonos is trying to reach high-end audiophiles who have entered a world full of lo-fi streaming services. We’re talking about people who like to play vinyl-quality music, whether it comes with a catalog as deep as Spotify or a convenient user interface like Pandora. As such, Sonos’ promise is simple: its speakers can make your streaming audio sound better than it actually is. And with the Play:5, they do.
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Designed to replace stationary hi-fi systems, the Play:5 pulls in audio streams over Wi-Fi, streams sound anywhere, and looks damn good doing it. While it’s technically wireless, it’s not completely wireless—the speaker’s six digital amplifiers, three tweeters, and two mid-woofers will chew through any battery on the market. And once you see it in person, you’ll realize it’s too big to be portable. Measuring 8 by 14 by 6 inches, it’s the size of a small microwave, so you’ve got a sturdy shelf to put it on.
Alternatively, if you have two sturdy shelves, the Play:5 has a setup that will get you off the couch. Two Plays: Linking 5 speakers together in a single network turns the devices into left/right stereo speakers with enough audio oomph, depending on your musical preference, to rock you like a hurricane, a wagon wheel, or a child. The setup is quiet, the sound is immersive and warm, and the highs and lows are just as clear as the midrange.
It can connect to a wide range of online music services via the Sonos app (available for Android, iOS, Mac and Windows) – including Amazon Music, Google Play, iHeartRadio, MLB Gameday, Spotify, Stitcher and a huge menu of others. Options – Play:5 has the potential to be a one-stop shop for all your music listening needs. And you don’t even need an app to play your favorite jams; Just press the play button on the top of the device and the sound comes out without the help of a smartphone. That’s because the speaker connects directly to your Wi-Fi network. The smartphone app serves only as a remote control and content guide.
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If you’re an Apple user, the Play:5 has an extra ace up its sleeve called TruePlay. By tapping into your iPhone or iPad’s microphone to get room audio measurements—as many home theater receivers do with a small wired microphone—Trueplay allows the Play:5 to perform well in any room you place it. Slow thinking – stuck in your studies? Trueplay can make it very smooth. Do you have a country music kitchen? Trueplay will improve your movement. Bollywood in the bathroom? Well, you get the picture.
The feature works seamlessly, with a short video showing users what to do in a process that takes less than two minutes. It’s a lay idiot equalizer, and I loved how it made my music sound.
If I had one complaint about the Play:5 and Sonos in general, it’s that Apple Music, the company’s new music service, isn’t supported. Sonos says it’s working through the process with Apple and should be out by the end of the year.
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When or if that happens, there’s little doubt in my mind that the Play:5 is the best wireless speaker on the market. At $499, it might not be the best speaker for you, but everything has a price. Easy to set up, easy to move around, small enough to place anywhere in your home, and with overall great sound for their size, the Emotiva Airmotiv 3b self-powered Bluetooth speakers have been a pleasure to use in any room of my home.
I’m a big fan of small speakers. For years, the speakers for my family room have been an array of Energy Tech5 satellites with various bottom-loaded subwoofers. Do bigger speakers sound better in general? All else being equal, yes they usually do. But with a large family and limited space for surround sound, satellites have generally been my best choice. My family recently moved to a bigger house and I still haven’t been able to get sound in the living room, yard or bedroom – which we miss.
6.75″ H x 4.13″ W x 5.5″ D (unboxed; each speaker x 2) – 2.25″ x 4.5″ x 1.38″ (AC adapter)
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So my mid-sized “living room” speakers haven’t been moved yet. So when I was asked if I’d like to review Emotiva’s new Bluetooth speakers, I jumped at the chance. A pair of tiny, wireless speakers from a brand like Emotiva? This might be the solution to my “I really don’t want to run speaker wire under the house” needs. I can’t wait to try them.
The Emotiva Airmotiv 3b speakers are small, 2-way, self-powered, tuned speakers. They are powered by a 2-channel 30W per channel Class-D amplifier and contain what appear to be passive analog crossovers (seen inside the left speaker). In addition to the amplifier, the right speaker also houses a 32-bit digital signal processor that performs equalization duties, with “dynamic processing” indicating that some degree of signal processing has been done to optimize performance within the limitations of the amplifier and drivers.
This is not uncommon in powered speakers (especially subwoofers) that try to push the limits imposed by physics due to size limitations. Few DSPs can control unwanted distortion as drivers are pushed to their frequency and/or volume limits. Active equalization also helps achieve a flatter response.
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The Airmotiv 3b speakers are about the size of most satellite speakers, although I refer to them as “mini bookshelf” speakers. I mainly did it to distinguish them
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