Reviews and Problems with Audio Pro Allroom Air One
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good one-box airplay solution
19 May 2014
Summary: It's attractive, it attaches quickly and reliably to the local network, and the full sound - with plenty of bass - is good for an airplay device - that is to say, it's not what one could get from a true hi-fi system attached with a DAC, but the compactness of an all-in-one, standalone box makes the sacrifice acceptable. Someday, someone - perhaps Audio Pro? - will put convenience and hi-fi quality together into a really outstanding one- or two-box airplay system.
Summary: This small good looking unit produces an excellent range of music. Distinct highs, mids, and lows - which are surprisingly low considering the size of the drivers. I didn't notice any distortion at low to high volume. Red cover looks great on the shelf. I use Airplay with it connected to my Wifi, and even though it is a little slower to connect to my phone, it is solid afterwards.
Pros: Excellent sound, looks, and feel. Compact.
Cons: Stereo separation is small, but that is the nature of any single piece speaker unit.
Summary: One of the problems buying audio equipment for the iPhone is that you can't compare products before making a purchase. Although Apple stores have a decent supply of earbuds, headphones and speaker systems, you can't listen to most of them. So what's a customer to do? Read the reviews on Amazon.com? Check the professional reviews on sites like CNET and whathifi.com? I did both. I have owned and enjoyed B&W speakers in the past.
Summary: I got the white leather version but it comes in red and black leather as well. Amazing accurate sound! High quality leather and a solid build also. This speaker produces great sound separation and bass considering it's one rectangular "box." Airplay is a "lossless" standard so that helps the over all sound quality as well. Works great with my iphone 5S. I'm not sure there is a better iphone wireless speaker at any price. Awesome. Buy with confidence.
Summary: A step up on sonos , I tried the sonos 5 for a weekend ,demo'd A5 b&w , minx 200 even the A7 , this is just so smooth and powerful with vocals . Solid strong bass . Superb . So pleased . None of the sonos 5 brittle mids when pushed.
Beautiful to look at. Sounds great, but a bit bass heavy
Stormdog "babyfather", Amazon
18 July 2014
Summary: It's a very good speaker all round. Perhaps not as crystal clear as the reviews online state but better than my Sonos 5. I think maybe my expectations were too high. The bass is a little to active for my tastes but of course if you like modern pop music this will be a good thing. It's plenty loud and it does look rather spiffing. The feature that allows you to network to it on its own signal without a wireless zone is very handy.
Summary: Got the speaker after exhaustive searching of all the various options, minx, parrot, Sony etc. So glad I went with this Swedish speaker. Sound quality is amazing for the size and it covers all the ranges. Can't believe the bass you get out of it. We have quite a large room (30ft x 10) and it fills the space easily. Use it pretty much all the time, radio, iTunes, spotify etc. The wifi connection can drop sometimes during high use periods but not the speakers fault.
Summary: The speaker was faulty and had to be returned for a refund. Maybe items like this should be tested before they are sold as it wasn't exactly cheap. Now I have to search elsewhere for a replacement.
Summary: In summary this is a great sounding speaker and in my opinion one of the best sounding ones of its type (ie single box) available at any price and if you are considering buying it, you won't be disappointed. It got 5 stars in what hifi and personally preferred it to the more expensive Bowers A7 that I also owned, which is also good. I would describe the sound as being slightly on the warm side of neutral like a good valve amp and highly detailed/ refined.