when you really think about it, all portable speakers should be ruggedized. i mean, it is a portable speaker after all, which means we will be tempted to bring it wherever we go and i do mean everywhere. in this respect, Braven is one of those rare maker that makes ruggedized speakers almost exclusively (with the exception of one or two) and their latest addition, the Braven BRV-X Rugged TrueWireless Outdoor Speaker, not only embodies the necessary qualities to withstand the beating of the elements, but also incorporate an exclusive frequency tuning, selectable with an indoor/outdoor switch, that adjusts the audio output to fit the surroundings so you can enjoy the maximum sound quality and volume cranked out from its HD drivers and omnidirectional passive bass radiator regardless of where you are.
built like a tank, the BRV-X speakers is totally capable of withstanding drops, bumps and it is IPX5 water-resistant rated, and it comes packed with a pretty big-ass battery holding 5,200 mAh of electron juice, offering more than 12 hours of continuous HD sound, or if the situation arise, it could be use to charge up your USB-powered mobile devices, such as your smartphones and cameras. noise-cancellation also comes as standard, allowing the speaker to double up as a speakerphone, while a heavy-duty strap allows it to be secured to bicycle, all-terrain vehicle, backpack and more. the Braven BRV-X Rugged TrueWireless Outdoor Speaker is available now for $229.99. click past the jump for a few more look at this rugged sound reproduction beauty. ok, may be we are a tiny bit biased, but we truly think that the BRV-X is the prettiest ruggedize speaker we have seen so far apart from the BRV-1.