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Impressive battery life; Great portability; Clarity of sound; Sleek and appealing design; Fantastic bluetooth range
Lack of bass; Messy wiring; Expensive price
The Bottom Line:
Even with a slightly higher price tag than other speakers of the same genre, it's well worth every rupee!
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Recently, we spent a fair amount of time with a twin set of bluetooth mini speakers by British Manufacturing Company, DBEST's London Outfit. There are plenty of other options out there if you're looking for portable speakers of course, but considering we gave this a 4 star rating, suffice to say this was time well spent. What made it quite so deserving? Read the reast of the review and find out!
We were definitely fans of the sleek, smooth and most importantly, compact design. At about 250 grams it's light without being too fragile. A key thing to note about this 'light' feature is that you've got to play it a bit safe. Bass-heavy music with its not-so-trepid vibrations can make the duet shake right off your table and onto the floor! Back to the design however, the 100% hand-printed emblem of the Union Jack Flag truly sets this apart from other speakers of its kind. Aside from this, it's fairly dust-resistant, unobtrusive and all the slots are easy to find and user-friendly. The gripping is great and its somewhat odd three-legged stance is so that they can be mated together when not in use. This makes it even more compact and portable whilst traveling.
Conclusively, the extra mile Dbest decided to traverse in terms of design has definitely paid off because no one would mind pulling these beautiful babies out of their bag at a dinner party.
Before I begin, let's just say i've spent copious (and even far too much) amounts of time with mini speakers of every brand, variety, size and shape. And having done so I can safely say that the PS43003BT are premium quality portable speakers. Its wireless music transmission feature allows you to roam freely with the device so that you can enjoy the exceptionally clear sound from up to 45-50 feet away. This is definitely a longer range than most. Of course, it works just as smoothly when connected through the included in-line cable (3.5 mm) to anything from your gaming console to your laptop to your tablet etc. The USB is compatible with pretty much all standard USB ports but the best feature of this 'double trouble' styled sound-delivering device is undoubtedly its impeccable battery life. Battery is the main issue with msot mini speakers as they tend to die within 6-8 hours defeating the purpose of taking them on an all-day trek/picnic. Dbest uses built-in, rechargeable batteries which last upto 18 hours in wireless mode and you can add another 10 hours if it's in wired mode. Now that's the kind of battery life we've been in search off all along!
Aside from the constant tangling of wires, inability to hear bass clearly (an issue with all mini speakers thus far) and the extra vibration issue i mentioned earlier, the power-packed performance of this duo defintiely blew me away.
These adorable but powerful set of mini speakers is a rarity in the world of electronics. Why? Because it absolutely delivers on almost everything it promises. What with its gargantuan battery life, wireless music streaming and a powerful built-in amplifier which provides a surprisingly loud volume, as long as you're clear on what they're good for and what they're not, we doubt you'll ever regret purchasing them. All in all, a definite winner!
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