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HE T200 Grey Cloth Wireless Speaker Review

HE T200 Grey Cloth Wireless Speaker Review The latest speaker I am testing is the the HE T200 Grey Cloth Wireless Speaker, a portable Bluetooth speaker. The grey cloth, gave it a very industrial and cool look. This quite light portable speaker, sounds amazing, and looks pretty sweet at the same time. Though having used it for over a month it has now found a place in my living room as my newest mor...[Read More]

Review: Audew TD-02 Bluetooth Transmitter and Receiver

The TD-02 is a small square adapter that connects with your wired audio device, allowing it to transmit or receive wireless Bluetooth V4.1 audio. It comes in a small cardboard box with a user manual and no less than 4 cables. The USB power cable plugs into a Micro USB socket to charge the internal 450mA battery. The rest of the cables are for your audio connection – 3.5mm and RCA for analogu...[Read More]

Review: Tribit XSound Go Bluetooth Speaker

The Tribit XSound Go is a compact waterproof Bluetooth wireless speaker with twin 6W stereo drivers and boasting a 24 hour battery life. Coming packaged in a cardboard box along with instructions and a micro USB charging cable, the speaker has a 6.6” oval shape that has been coated in a black rubberised TPU material. A status LED and control buttons (power, Bluetooth, play/pause and volume/track s...[Read More]

Review: Aukey SK-S1 Bluetooth Speaker

This SK-S1 Bluetooth speaker comes packaged in a cardboard box along with instructions, micro USB charging and 3.5mm audio cables. At almost 8” long and about 2.5” wide, it’s a rounded brick-shaped speaker that has been nicely finished in an aluminium and steel shell with a rubberised base. It has a couple of 16W drivers pumping out audio to the front grill while dual radiators send direct t...[Read More]

Review: Aukey SK-M29 Pocket Bluetooth Speaker

With the SK-M29 wireless speaker, Aukey pack dual 3W drivers into a highly portable bar shape at a budget price. At just under 6” long and 1.5″ wide it’s very light and pocketable, with a small leather tab allowing it to be hung from your bag. The sturdy aluminium shell gives an impression of durability and quality that definitely exceeds its £15 / $20 price tag. One end hosts it’...[Read More]

Ultimate Ears Blast Review

Ultimate Ears Blast Review Ultimate Ears have a long history of making loud clear speakers in a tough durable shell. The Blast doesn’t stray from this path at all, expect to pick up Alexa for your smart home needs. The Blast is a cylinder-shaped Bluetooth speaker, similar to the Boom 2. Except now it includes Alexa and a charging base station, which can turn the Blast into an always-on Alexa...[Read More]

Edifier M1380 2.1 Home Speaker Review

Edifier M1380 2.1 Home Speaker Review I have been after a good set of speakers for my TV for a while. They needed to be powerful, and pack a punch, and also been versatile for different table arrangements etc. This brought me to the Edifier M1380 speaker set. These guys are rocking a Westworld futuristic style, that I think looks really cool. The Edifier M1380 is a 2.1 speaker set system. The spea...[Read More]

Hear AND see lyrics with the revolutionary COTODAMA Lyric speaker

Japanese designed speaker is a world first, displaying animated lyrics on a translucent screen in time with the music    Hakuhodo Group Company, COTODAMA, is today pleased to announce the UK availability of its COTODAMA Lyric speaker; a speaker that enables visualisation of lyrics on a translucent screen.     As the world’s first visualiser speaker, the Lyric speaker has won a handf...[Read More]

Outdoor Tech Turtle Shell 3.0 Waterproof Bluetooth Wireless Speaker Review

Outdoor Tech Turtle Shell 3.0 Waterproof Bluetooth Wireless Speaker Review With more and more bluetooth speakers being released, we are starting to notice an increase in favouritism towards a less fragile design. This makes a lot of sense, as who wants to take a speaker on holiday, or to the beach, and risk dropping it, drenching it or breaking it? Nobody! The most recent feature being added to sp...[Read More]

Review: EasyAcc Mini Cannon Bluetooth Speaker

For some strange reason, most companies are reluctant to let tech reviewers anywhere near advanced weaponry outside of video games. So you can imagine my disappointment when I discovered that “Mini Cannon” was just the name of EasyAcc’s latest Bluetooth speaker. However my disappointment didn’t last long as this seems to be a great little speaker for the asking price. Small enough to fit in the pa...[Read More]

Review: SmartOmni’s Optimus Bluetooth bike speaker

Released by SmartOmni, the Optimus is a wireless, Bluetooth speaker that is designed around the idea of that it can be fastened to a bike.  It comes with a SIZEABLE battery that delivers as promised. It also comes with other good ideas, that don’t seem to pan out. The appearance of this speaker is nice. It’s shaped like a cylinder, and it is several inches long, with an industrial appe...[Read More]

Review: iClever BoostSound BTS08 Bluetooth Speaker

We’re rounding off our series of reviews covering iClever’s new BoostSound range of speakers with the BTS08. It’s bigger and more expensive than the BTS05, BTS06 and BTS07 – but is it the best? Again we have a red metal speaker grill surrounded with grippy black TPU – this time however in a rectangular box shape that has touch controls on the top and an uncovered on/o...[Read More]

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