The Good: The Stadium 120 soundbar packs good sound quality and a range of connectivity options. The Bad: It’s difficult to adjust the treble, bass and volume settings without any clear indicators or displays. The Bottom Line: The KitSound Stadium 120 packs in a lot of features for a reasonable price, and based on performance I’d definitely […]
I’ve partnered with KitSound to give away a Malmo Bluetooth speaker (worth £100 / $140) to one lucky winner. It’s an international giveaway so anybody can enter, and it’ll be live for a month. About the KitSound Malmo With 30 watts of power, two 3 inch drivers and a very clean design, the KitSound Malmo could make […]
The Good: KitSound MyJack has a small & compact size, is affordably priced and performs well. The Bad: Microphone could have better range — it isn’t great at picking up your voice unless you’re talking in its direction. The Bottom Line: If you’re stuck on CDs and cabled connections, invest in a MyJack to turn your car stereo […]
The Good: Huge sound, decent looks, good connectivity The Bad: Poor trebles, plasticky build quality, expensive for its features The Bottom Line: For the audio perfectionist, the Boom Evolution may fail to impress. For bass lovers, it will probably be unrelentingly pleasing. Any speaker with “Boom” in its name tends to fall into one of two categories — […]
The Good: Decent design, wireless connectivity, good remote control, loud and bassy sound The Bad: Lacklustre looks, plasticky parts, poor touch controls, sound quality degradation at high frequencies The Bottom Line: At £200, the Cayman is far from the worst speaker you could buy in this price range, but neither is it the best Modern […]
KitSound is one such outfit, and the Pocket Hive is the most portable speaker in the British firm’s range. It is unusually shaped — hexagonal, mimicking honeycomb — and competitively priced at a R.R.P. of £40.