SuperTooth Disco 2 Review
Samsung Galaxy S III. In terms of pure audio quality, we're delighted to say that its output is reasonably strong and vibrant at the highest volume setting – accompanied with a subtle amount of bass. However, when compared to its predecessor, it's not a powerful and lacks the commanding presence needed to really shake a room. Still, it's ample enough to blissfully listen to our music. On another note, the SuperTooth Disco 2 is equipped with aptX protocol support to optimize the integrity of your original audio files when streaming to the speaker.
With its internal NiMH battery, which takes approximately 2 hours to fully charge, it's rated to offer 3 to 4 hours of usage on the highest volume setting and roughly 1,500 hours of standby.
Even though the SuperTooth Disco 2 improves in the design front, its audio quality is lacking the same boisterous tones produced by its predecessor – albeit, it's still pleasant enough to the ears. Call it a compromise, the $100 price point attached to the portable Bluetooth speaker is still sufficient enough to warrant a purchase for those looking to discretely blend a speaker into a living room home theater system. Sure, there are solutions out there that are more comprehensive, but if you're not looking to plop out a whole lot of moolah, this should absolutely be on your list of options.
SuperTooth Disco 2 Video Review:
1. Nathan_ingx (Posts: 2964; Member since: 07 Mar 2012)
A little thing called remote would have been a handy extra!!
3. djrone8 (Posts: 1; Member since: 18 Oct 2012)
one thing video review did not go over is there a removable battery that was suppose to be on SuperTooth Disco 2
4. texastech (Posts: 1; Member since: 20 Oct 2012)
The remote is your handset or any other streaming device ..... it's bluetooth!