Reviews and Problems with Braven 625 Bluetooth Speaker
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Braven 625s Bluetooth speaker review
31 August 2013
Excerpt: First things first. Do you enjoy listening to clear clean voices with readily identifiable instruments and feel a little uneasy with big booming bass? Then the portable Braven 625s speaker, built for the outdoors thanks to a rugged rubber exterior, should be a Bluetooth speaker at the top of your wish list. I usually stream movies and music to a Sony home theater system, or a set of Bose speakers and the sound quality from both is, well, “lifelike”.
Pros: Sporty, rugged, includes a weather resistant bag and flashlight, Great sound for the size and daisy-chainable for even bolder sound, Stable Bluetooth syncing music streaming and speakerphone, 16 hour play time, Power bank for charging on the go
Cons: The unit itself is not water resistant, Hard to see buttons, Really old devices may have more difficulty syncing, Clear balanced sound, but a touch more bass might be appreciated
Conclusion: The BRAVEN 625s checks out with a $179 price tag, not cheap, but certainly priced competitively. I personally love the fact it can charge my phone while on the go and get some enjoyment out of the novelty in the USB flashlight. The sound quality is great, as mentioned before, and it offers nice volume levels. I’ve talked about the shopping season many times in my posts, and for good reason.
Excerpt: Braven 625s Bluetooth Speaker review Written by: Ibba Bernardo ARRGH! WIRES! ARRGH! LOW BAT! ARRGH! LOW VOLUME, I CAN’T HEAR!
Pros: Pretty powerful and clear for a portable speaker, Ruggedized and ready for adventure. Definitely one of the toughest portable speaker available, It gives ’til it hurts by charging other USB devices, A triad of useful accessories bundled with it: Weather-proof pouch, USB-powered LED light and charger
Cons: I’ve got fat fingers and the buttons are kinda tiny, I sometime confuse front and back, It’s pricey
Braven 625s: a BT Speaker for Braving the Outdoors
The Mac Observer
9 December 2004
Conclusion: Braven’s 625s has style, ruggedness, and excellent sound quality. The ability to use the speaker as a portable charging station for iPhones and iPods is great for longer outdoor excursions. I’d definitely recommend the device for daily use as well as outdoor events.
Pros: * Excellent sound quality, rugged case and weatherproof dry bag, portable charging solution as well as speaker and speakerphone
Cons: * Awkward playback controls, no support for charging iPads