in a market swarmed with Jambox-like Bluetooth speakers, it is easy to forget the one thing that your discerning sound hole craves for: power output. with most speaker letting out measly 3 watts to 16 watts output, the Loewe Speaker 2go NFC-enabled Bluetooth Speaker easily stands out with its 40 watts of total output. about the size of a clutch bag, this 2.1 stereo speaker features three Class D digital amplifiers driving a speaker system that’s made up of a pair of midrange driver/tweeters with 10 watts each and a 20-watt woofer. thanks to its ingenious space-saving bass reflex tube, you will experience the most impressive bass performance yet to come out of a compact speaker package, while apt-X codec ensures the best of Bluetooth sound.

other features include NFC for one-tap pairing of your Bluetooth devices, a 3.5mm for other sources, a USB port for juicing your USB-powered small devices, built-in lithium polymer batteries good for up to eight hours of continuous playback, integrated microphone with automatic echo cancellation for handsfree, speakerphone functionality, and an integrated table stand flex for setting up this compact speaker system at a 7.5 degrees angle for optimal sound distribution. being a Loewe, it has the requisite good look to go with those features such as a beautiful aluminum chassis with flushed controls seamless integrated to the top of the speaker. coming your way this June in a choice of black or silver for £269 (about US$420). catch this product if style and huge sound in an on-the-go package is what you are after.

Published by Mike chua

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