Excerpt: The Good Full sound for the size. Detachable dock. Very easy Bluetooth calls and music. iOS remote app with EQ. The Bad Speakers strain at high volume. iOS app could use more extras and EQ settings. Design The Tango TRX features a very simple, solid black design with some very clean lines. The orange accent on the sound dial is enough to be noticed without being obnoxious.
Pros: Full sound for the size., Detachable dock., Very easy Bluetooth calls and music., iOS remote app with EQ.
Cons: Speakers strain at high volume., iOS app could use more extras and EQ settings.
Excerpt: The Tango TRX is primarily a dock and speaker system for an iPhone or iPod , but it keeps its options open by adding an auxiliary stereo mini jack input and, more interestingly, Bluetooth audio streaming.
Conclusion: Pairing your device up with the XtremeMac Tango TRX couldn’t be simpler, simply switch the source to Bluetooth and connect using your device. Once paired, just fire up some music and it effortlessly plays from the speaker dock. I was quite surprised to find I didn’t need to use the iPod application, as Spotify is my preferred music player.