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

Satechi Audio Cube Bluetooth Speaker flaunts a boxy design and adds some oomph to your audio
By now, we’ve been acquainted with a trove of Bluetooth speakers for various smartphones – with some being a bit more interesting than others. Obviously, they all essentially perform the same function, like streaming audio wirelessly from our device, but some are able to distinguish themselves more than others.

In fact, 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 to match the appearance of, you know, a cube! So yeah, it’s something different from the conventional designs we’re normally accustomed to seeing, but even better, it’s still portable enough to carry along.

So what’s in this cube like speaker? For starters, it delivers 2x2 watts of exceptional audio performance thanks to its dual-channel speaker system. Furthermore, it tucks away a built-in rechargeable battery that’s rated to provide 6 hours of playback. Aside from the obvious wireless connectivity via Bluetooth, it also boasts an auxiliary port to connect to other devices via a wired connection – while also doubling as an extended speaker for other devices.

Priced at $44.99, you can pick up this cool looking Cube Speaker through Satechi of Amazon directly. Heck, its design alone might be worthy enough to make it a centerpiece on your living room coffee table or something else.

source: Satechi



5. sgtdisturbed47

Posts: 975; Member since: Feb 02, 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.

3. linas_ltu

Posts: 32; Member since: Apr 19, 2012

pathetic battery life...

2. Obviously

Posts: 29; Member since: Feb 29, 2012

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

4. nb2six

Posts: 298; Member since: Apr 27, 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.

1. intos

Posts: 93; Member since: Jan 06, 2012


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