Excerpt: The Good Auto shut-off for battery conservation - Battery life - Sound quality The Bad Battery indicator on back of device - Lack of track controls - No charging devices off battery In the pursuit of outstanding sound quality, Bluetooth speakers make a lot of sacrifices to offer a device that is affordable and pleasant enough to listen to compel consumers to purchase it.
Pros: Auto shut-off for battery conservation - Battery life - Sound quality
Cons: Battery indicator on back of device - Lack of track controls - No charging devices off battery
Excerpt: The latest Bluetooth speaker to show up on my doorstep is the Minx Go Bluetooth speaker from Cambridge Audio . I’ve been using it for a few days and so far it’s been a winner in both sound and battery life. It’s more expensive than some of the other speakers that I’ve looked at recently (see related reviews list at the bottom of the page), but this is one of those times where you get what you pay for. Let’s take a closer look.
Pros: Long battery life, Full rich sound, thumpy bass, Easy to use controls and pairing, Auto shutoff, USB device charging
Cambridge Audio’s Minx Go Mixes Unbelievable Battery Life with Awesome Portable Sound
4 August 2013
Conclusion: Cambridge Audio is very reputable company and they have produced an awesome Bluetooth Portable sound system with amazing battery life. The build quality is incredibly solid and the sounds match the build. I’d have no hesitation in recommending the Cambridge Audio Minx Go and feel confident that you won’t be disappointed. Don’t forge the amazing battery life as well. You can take this bad boy anywhere and be confident that you’ll be pumping out music all day long.
Cambridge Audio’s Minx Go Couples Crazy Battery Life With Great, Portable Sound
3 July 2013
Conclusion: Cambridge’s Minx Go is a new bright spot in the portable wireless speaker category, and the battery life along paired with the relatively low price tag should turn a lot of heads. If you don’t mind missing a few bells and whistles like a speakerphone function, this is the Bluetooth speaker I’m recommend, for summer adventures and beyond.
Cambridge Audio Minx Go Review: A Great Alternative To More Expensive Mobile Speakers
7 June 2013
Excerpt: There are a lot of options out there if you're looking for a quality Bluetooth speaker. Most of them have flashy names, like Beats or JAMBOX. But Cambridge Audio, a UK company that doesn't get a lot of press across the pond, has just introduced the Minx Go speaker. It has specifications that should be music to the ears of audiophiles, and a $150 price tag that fits neatly between decidedly low-fi solutions from Logitech and the pricier territory occupied by Bose and...
Summary: If you're in the market for a bluetooth bookshelf speaker for your room without compromising sound quality, the Minx Go with extended battery life from Cambridge Audio should be your top choice.
Pros: Sound Quality, Fast Charge Time, External Charging, Elegant Sleek Design, Simulates 5.1 Quality, Travel bag
Cons: Unable to skip track, No Speakerphone, Can't charge all smartphones (depends upon the device and its battery size).