Reviews and Problems with Braven 650 Bluetooth Speaker
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Review: Four Bluetooth speakers that fit in your bag
26 March 2013
Conclusion: Of the four speakers I tested, the “cool factor” goes to the Beats Pill, thanks to its sleek design and hardshell carrying case. The Sound Cylinder gets brownie points for its tablet stand, though if you’re not using a tablet, that feature looks a little silly. However, both of these models are lacking at the low end.
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. The first thing that struck me when I took the Braven 650 out of its box was its size. It is smaller than I imagined. I felt a tinge of apprehension as I thought that the size [...
Conclusion: The Braven 650 is expensive but then it also offers the most comprehensive set of features we’ve seen on a Bluetooth portable speaker. It has double the battery life of most competitors, audio output and the ability to charge your phone, all of which are genuinely useful additions. Add in sound quality that is easily enough for most travel purposes and you can colour us impressed.
This portable speaker can play your music and charge your phone
Good Gear Guide.au
23 October 2012
Excerpt: The Braven 650 is a premium portable Bluetooth speaker, joining a category kick-started by the Jawbone JAMBOX . It’s a versatile little device, although you pay for its convenience. As small speakers go, it sounds good.
Pros: Simple to use, versatile, Decent sound for its size, 2000mAh battery should charge most phones