Reviews and Problems with Braven 650 Bluetooth Speaker
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Braven 650 Bluetooth Speaker Review
17 April 2014
Summary: The Braven 650 offers up clear, full-sounding audio over Bluetooth at seriously impressive levels for a unit of this size. The build quality is top notch, it's easy to use and can even charge your phone should you find yourself away from AC power while on the go.
Pros: Design:, Ease of Use:, Compact Size, Big Sound:, Ability To Charge Your Phone On the Go:
Cons: No Onboard Information Display:, Alert Sounds:
Excerpt: Braven Wireless Bluetooth Speaker We spent a little time getting our hands dirty with Braven’s high definition 650 wireless speaker – we found it to be a very capable speaker with great range with only a few limitations.
Excerpt: Billed as the “most talented” speaker available, the Braven 650 is certainly a marvel to look at. But is it really as great as advertised? As far as mini speakers go, the Braven 650 looks totally modern and sexy.
Pros: Impeccably designed, simple yet stylish, Good sound quality, especially when paired with a aptX capable device, Long run time (18 to 20 hours depening on use), Can be used as a speakerphone, Can also act as a back up charger for any mobile device that can be charged over USB
This portable speaker can play your music and charge your phone
Good Gear Guide.au
1 January 2013
Summary: The Braven 650 portable speaker is more than just that -- it’s also a portable phone battery, charging your mobile if you’re not near a power point. It’s as easy to use as any Bluetooth speaker could be, and it sounds pretty good too.
Pros: Simple to use, versatile, Decent sound for its size, 2000mAh battery should charge most phones
Summary: I have, if not a nightmare, then a slight concern that one day soon, every gadget ever needed will have been invented. It’s sort of happened with laptops already. The MacBook Pro is so good with the Retina screen that it exceeds anything the human eye can detect.
Conclusion: It may not be as loud or as bass-heavy as the Jambox, but the Braven 650 does sound very nice indeed. We love the construction quality. It's built better than the Jambox, and that thing is tough enough to survive almost anything. So the Braven really should last and last and last.
Pros: Wonderful construction materials and build quality, good quality sound, power output, audio out, good quality speakerphone