Toshiba TY-SP1 Bluetooth speaker

A small and portable Bluetooth speaker that puts out decent sound and can be used as a speaker phone

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  • Expert Rating

    3.75 / 5
  • User Rating

    5.00 / 5 (of 1 Review)
  • Price

    $ 59.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Rainer Mueller

5.0

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Pros
The entire product is well made and sounds great!
Cons
Why didn't I get one earlier?
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Everything that the reviewer mentioned is bang on, except his hang up on the little LED flashing every so often when connected via Bluetooth to one's smartphone when used in the bedroom. I don't think it's that bright or at all annoying, especially when my eyes are closed, the light is 180° from me, and I'm dropping off into sleep listening to the tunes I want to.

No, this doesn't compare with the audio quality of a sound system that costs 50 times more, but then again you wouldn't want to drag that kind of a system anywhere just to play tunes from your smartphone, and of course, that expensive system won't play on USB rechargeable power source.

Accept it for what it is, a remarkable improvement for the sound from your smart phone without wires. It's small, lightweight, easy to pair with your smartphone (no need to enter any pairing codes), and even comes with a little felt carry case.

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