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Intempo Reverb Retro Classic Bluetooth Speaker

Saturday, February 18, 2017

They say "simplicity is beauty", and when it comes to this beautiful Intempo wireless speaker this saying holds true!
 This compact retro Bluetooth speaker by Intempo looks great and has a solid build quality. The wood frame is complimented by black and silver leather finishes, as well as chrome dial knobs, which add a nice touch of classic.
The mesh grill section of the Reverb Retro Classic Speaker is also made of leather. There are four control buttons on the top as well as a 3.5mm audio socket for connecting the speaker to a smartphone or tablet.
audio socket, power indicator and Bluetooth indicator lights
On the back of the Reverb Retro Classic Speaker, you find the DC power port and on the bottom you find four rubber feet, which nicely secure the speaker on an upright position.
The size of the Reverb Retro speaker makes it ideal to move around but it's also big enough to look great on a living room table. The dimensions are 32.4 x 17.8 x 13.8 cm and the unit weighs only 2 kilograms.
You get independent knob dials for Bass, Treble and Volume, which is a nice touch when it comes to user control as you can easily balance the mids, highs and lows. You can further enhance the Reverb Retro Speaker system via your smartphone's internal equaliser.

As far as sound, the Reverb Retro Classic speaker sounds pretty good, considering the size of the twin drivers which put out a total of 18 watts (9 watts each).
The Bluetooth connection is very stable thanks to Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, which is amongst other things reduces the power consumption and improves the pairing experience. you can easily stream via the speaker at a range of 10 meters and longer without any drop in signal.
As far as battery life, the Reverb Retro Speaker uses a 7.4V 1500mAh li-on battery that gives you at least 4hrs of continuous playback. You can use the unit while charging.
Line in aux cable and instruction's manual (included)

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