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- Tribit Upgraded MaxSound Plus Portable Bluetooth Speaker with 24W Powerful Louder Sound, Exceptional XBass, Audiobook EQ, 20H Playtime, IPX7 Waterproof, USB-C, TWS Pairing for Party, Travel, Outdoor
Tribit Upgraded MaxSound Plus Portable Bluetooth Speaker with 24W Powerful Louder Sound, Exceptional XBass, Audiobook EQ, 20H Playtime, IPX7 Waterproof, USB-C, TWS Pairing for Party, Travel, Outdoor
- Sound that Satisfies: MaxSound's audio experience is one that appeals to casual listeners and audiophiles alike. The advanced audio processing tech, larger drivers, and more powerful amplifier modules results in a fully articulate sound at all volumes.
- Bass that Booms: Small speakers usually give small sound. That's not the case with Tribit's proprietary XBass technology. At the press of the button, the bass is amplified to give those low-end bass lines depth and synth and acoustic drums tight punch.
- Seriously Waterproof: Portability is incomplete without the ability to weather the elements. With IPX7 waterproof, MaxSound Plus gives you the confidence to enjoy your music even in the most humid or wettest of conditions.
- Extended Playtime: Don't let a long daytrip stop you from bringing a soundtrack - with up to 20 hours of battery life, you can have the playlist going all day. Enjoy great music with the freedom of portability without the fuss of entangled power cords.
- Pair and Play: Move freely around with your smart phone, without worrying about dropping your music. MaxSound Plus wireless speaker offers an incredibly robust, secure connection and lossless wireless sound at a range of up to 100 feet.
|Attribute Name||Attribute Value|
|Product Dimensions||7.8 x 2.7 x 2.8 inches|
|Item Weight||1.3 pounds|
|Item model number||13773771031|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||January 15, 2019|
|Rating||4 stars and up|
Ratings & Reviews
Reviewed on June 25, 2023
I had a problem, I purchased a nice bluetooth player but if I used it to connect to my cars bluetooth, I couldn't connect my phone. I am someone who enjoys very nice sound for my music and only use HiDef players and FLAC formats for my music. I had been using my USB connector but that only accepted mp3 which compared to FLAC and a nice HiDef player sounds a bit flat. These speakers fit the bill quite well. I added velcro to the bottom and attach them to my dash. I also made a mylar shade to keep the sun from overheating them. I purchased two which gave me stereo sound and 24+24 = 48 Watts of sound. No complaints. These sound almost as good as my internal speakers. Actually, they sound just as good. I have found once you connected them to the player, the bluetooth works flawlessly to connect to the speakers. A few times I have had to turn one off and turn it back on for them to pair together to provide stereo sound. Normally, they work flawlessly. I turn them on before and get it set-up prior to driving down the road. The battery life is claimed to be 20 hours. I have had these on short 30 minute drives to work since I got them and I have yet to have to recharge the speakers. It's been 11 days since I set these up which includes 7 work days. Still no need to recharge them. I also use them whenever I drive to the store or to visit a friend. They work well and are one of the few bluetooth speakers I have found that pair with another to provide stereo sound. They do this almost flawlessly automatically once set-up. I have an HiFi Player that lasts 20 hours on a battery and these lasted longer. Of course I also used the player independently a little. So I am guessing it works as advertised for 20 hours give or take a little bit. I compare the sound from my HiFi Player against other sources and so that is how I judge the sound. I am aware that you can get even better sound from well designed speakers and have very nice speakers for use at home. However, I don't know of too many bluetooth speakers that can pair with others to reproduce stereo sound and sound as good as these. I am not one who goes for excessive bass.
Reviewed on July 26, 2023
I got this speaker for listening to in the bedroom while exercising and out on the deck when catching some rays. My first experience with bluetooth speakers was with a teeny Altec Lansing model - roughly half the size of this and a third of the weight. It's a hefty brute! I loved being able to offload my listening from the built-in iPhone 12 speaker I first started using (which doesn't sound that bad, BTW), and wanted something that sounded a little louder and was still better sounding overall. This speaker fit the bill quite nicely. It has a bass boost feature that I have simply left on, as it provided a nice punch to bass sounds, without overwhelming the rest of the music. The battery doesn't last as long as I would like though - after about 3 hours at about 1/3 volume and with the bass boost on, it drops to approx. 50% from an initial full charge. If I had been using it for, say, a party or social gathering lasting longer than that, I could see it running out of charge too soon. So keep that in mind. Still not bad, since I don't have such gatherings,, but it has led me to charge it after every use basically, which is a bit annoying. Given the quality of the sound and seeming good construction quality, overall I'm still quite satisfied. I bought the carrying case for this at the same time as well, which was also quite good and recommended.
4.0 out of 5 stars 4.0 out of 5 stars Competitive, but not the miracle speaker others seem to think it is.Reviewed on June 17, 2023
This thing is right about what it needs to be. For the price, it's solidly average. What I find lacking is the treble. Everything else is good (but not outstanding). So no, I do not agree with the numerous reviews claiming this is the best speaker for the money. It's definitely competitive, but it's not notably better than similar speakers. That said, I wouldn't talk someone out of buying it for any reason. It's a good option. As of my writing of this review, this speaker is not compatible with Tribit's app, so no EQ adjustments. Wording in the app seems to imply that this functionality MAY be implemented for this (and other) speakers in the future, but I wouldn't count on it. It's a shame, because an in-built EQ could conceivably bring it to a point where I'm actually very pleased with the speaker. But as is, it's just okay. I've had a ton of bluetooth speakers. It's an unexpected hobby of mine. One thing I'd advise someone to keep in mind is that a lot of these speakers have tons of reviews overhyping their performance. None of these are miracle speakers. They can be great, but don't expect any of them to blow you away. Also, you pay extra for Bose, JBL, B&O etc., but even though these more affordable brands can impress, they never quite reach the level of those more expensive speakers. I'd say the best of these more affordable options get to about 80% of the best of the big-name brands (of course, not all models are created equal). If you were to ask me what the sweet-spot for portable bluetooth speaker was, I'd point you to the Bose Soundlink Flex. Bose really knocked it out of the park with that one especially. Don't bother spending any more than that for a portable bluetooth speaker (if you're looking for a behemoth that's technically portable but inconvenient to lug around, the Ultimate Ears Hyperboom is my current favorite, though I'd love to try the cult-classic Aiwa Exos-9 someday).
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