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Satechi Audio Cube Bluetooth Speaker flaunts a boxy design and adds some oomph to your audio

0. phoneArena 23 Apr 2012, 10:18 posted on

Satechi’s new Audio Cube Bluetooth Speaker is simply one of those things, not because it’ll provide superior audio performance, but mainly for its boxy and interesting looking design. If you can’t tell by the name, the Audio Cube Bluetooth Speaker employs an alluring boxy design...

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posted on 23 Apr 2012, 10:44

1. intos (Posts: 85; Member since: 06 Jan 2012)


sweet...

posted on 23 Apr 2012, 12:22

2. Obviously (Posts: 29; Member since: 29 Feb 2012)


The reviews on Amazon for this rate the bass as really crappy and not good for music..... I'll pass

posted on 23 Apr 2012, 14:02

4. nb2six (Posts: 298; Member since: 27 Apr 2011)


its a 2x2 watt speaker not a 12inch 1800 watt subwoofer with amp..people always complain about products not meeting their demands because they think they can get the same audio quality from a little speaker thats $45 compared to a $300 one thats three times the size.

posted on 23 Apr 2012, 13:05

3. linas_ltu (Posts: 32; Member since: 19 Apr 2012)


pathetic battery life...

posted on 23 Apr 2012, 19:40

5. sgtdisturbed47 (Posts: 161; Member since: 02 Feb 2012)


Keeping it realistic: a portable BT speaker isn't necessarily designed for utmost audio quality. If you want such audio quality in-home via BT, you're looking at at least $200 for a reciever, $150 per 3-way speaker, plus $200 for a halfway decent sub.

That's not what portable BT speakers are all about. They are about portability. We have our $700 car or home audio systems (to start) for audio quality. A $50 BT speaker is all about convenience.

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