Cambridge Audio's Minx Go Portable Wireless Speaker keeps the music flowing for 18 hours straight

Cambridge Audio's Minx Go Portable Wireless Speaker keeps the music flowing for 18 hours straight
Don’t let its diminutive size fool you, especially when it’s placed next to its bigger sized siblings in the Air Minx 100 and 200 speakers, but Cambridge Audio’s latest entrant in the Hi-Fi spectrum, the Minx Go Portable Wireless Speaker, is making noise of its own. Audio fanatics need to be aware about this one, seeing that it’s gunning to win the hearts of those who are shopping around for a sweet portable Bluetooth speaker of some kind.

First and foremost, this speaker is packing some serious firepower inside of its casing – so don’t let its size fool you! In fact, the Minx Go utilizes a 5-speaker array to deliver precision and authority with its audio quality. Complementing its robust features set, it’s also packing 2 titanium tweeters, twin 2-inch woofers, and its own rear-mounted Active Bass Radiator (ABR) system to give the tones out of this little fella some serious power.

Aside from being able to stream your music collection to the Minx Go via Bluetooth connectivity, there’s also an aux-in port to hard-wire other gadgets to it. And if that’s not enough, it’s almost mind-boggling to see that there is rated by the manufacturer to offer continuous playback for up to 18 hours! Mind you, there’s also a full-sized USB port in the rear that also allows users to charge their devices while simultaneously streaming some music goodness.

All in the all, Cambridge Audio is really making an aggressive attack in the portable Bluetooth speaker market with this, especially when it’s flaunting a price point of $149 from the get-go.

source: Cambridge Audio


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