Looking for a little more separation and better stereo sound in your next Bluetooth speaker? One word: Taco. And two pieces. The Taco Dual Stereo Bluetooth Speakers, as the name implies, come in a set. In addition to pairing the speakers to your iPhone, tablet, or other mobile device, you pair them...
Here's a serious Bluetooth speaker that doesn't skimp on specs. Featuring 60W power output, Kevlar woofers and silk dome tweeters, the Audioengine B2 earns our highest praise.
Soundfreaq opted to install one large driver in the SFQ-07. That's a smart choice. Sound is a notch or two better than what you might find on smaller units with two smaller speakers.
Dynamic range, in particular, is startling for such a small box. Bass is rumble-icious.
Out of the box, the SuperTooth was ready to go with the battery already at a 50% (or "medium" as the nifty voice assistant told me) - a nice touch.
I've been testing a slew of these small, rechargeable, bluetooth speakers -- from Bose, Logitech, Soundfreaq, among others -- and have come away quite impressed. How does the Altec Lansing inMotion Air IMW725 compare?
Push the "pair" button and you can easily pair the speaker with an iPad, Android tablet or just about any other bluetooth device that supports media streaming.