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Re: Bluetooth speakers

Postby wireman » Thu Dec 31, 2020 9:01 pm

forumuser840717 wrote:Crookwood Sound Buckets are surprisingly good.

Ah. Seems they've gained a new website of their own since I got mine. SoundBuckets.com

Google shopping wants to point me to images of Bluetooth speakers that are not quite the same thing...

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Re: Bluetooth speakers

Postby CS70 » Thu Dec 31, 2020 9:56 pm

shufflebeat wrote:
CS70 wrote:Just today, after a couple days of market research, I got myself a Geneva Touring XS.

Possible Dumb Question alert but, are those little.Geneva boxes mono or stereo?

Stereo, with a back subwoofer. Obviously the stereo image is not enormous but there’s two speakers in the front.

Been using it all day and it can handle anything I throw at it, including my latest (yet umastered) mix.

The thing packs a punch!
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Re: Bluetooth speakers

Postby RonanMcDermott » Fri Jan 01, 2021 1:03 am

Ever so slightly off-topic, but I have a WiFi speaker, well, actually an Internet radio - the original Logitech Squeezebox. Mono. Batteey powered. Needs WiFi. But offers a smooth and deep listening experience that I find invaluable for listening to mixes on.
I have it streaming from Logitech Media Server running on my NAS. So I can export a mix to a folder there, then simply play it from the Logitech Squeezebox.
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Re: Bluetooth speakers

Postby Aled Hughes » Mon Jan 11, 2021 5:03 pm

Since I started this thread, I'll reprt that I bought a KS Hive X, and it does a decent job,
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Re: Bluetooth speakers

Postby blinddrew » Mon Jan 11, 2021 5:16 pm

:thumbup: The newer version of the Hive that I've got. Had mine for quite a few years and still running strong.
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Re: Bluetooth speakers

Postby wireman » Mon Jan 11, 2021 9:56 pm

In the end I purchased the Geneva Touring/xS at €79. Nice little bluetooth speaker and it ticked the boxes as I wanted a 3.5mm socket and a 'proper' volume control in a compact size.
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