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Bang & Olufsen BeoLit 15

Bang & Olufsen BeoLit 15

  • Bluetooth
  • Battery operated
  • Capacity: 70 W
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4 years ago*
eUPHONIOUS
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5 years ago*
Fantastic! Smooth and easy to carry with the built in handle. Smart solution that there is a small pocket on the back for the power cord. And the battery life is really good. The Bluetooth connection works just fine, and has pretty good range. Then there is of course the sound. So darn good! Clean and focused, and even at lower volumes, it sounds really good. Perhaps liiiite too much bass, but it is after all usually pretty nice with a little extra bass. I pulled down the base a bit of EQ you have the Spotify app, then it became clear as a bell. Recommended anyway very strong!
*Edited 5 years

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5 years ago*
Jättevra sound but according to the manual shall be possible to connect two identical stereo audio. And it goes but it loses the connection when you close by. It takes 1 minute and a lot of clicks to get the clutch every time, which is not useful. And worst of all is that support does not even endeavor to check with the development of an update is available. B & O does jättefina stuff with good sound but they have to take care of customers better if they want to deal with the losses and survive in the fierce competition.
*Edited 5 years

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5 years ago*
First I bought a Marshall Stanmore, but after being dissatisfied with it so I switched me to a Bang Olufsen Beolit ​​15th I have only good things to say about it: - Magical sound great (anyway it's all about) - Incredibly easy to carry around (weighs only 2kg) - Design - Fantastic good bluetooth with good range Sure it costs a lot, but it's worth the price.
*Edited 5 years

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6 years ago*
Clearly the best I have heard, compared to some 20 BT speakers on battery power. Attributed the price (you get what you pay for) then this speaker is far superior, such as HK; n Onyx and Go Play is far too expensive for their performance. Some may think it's a bit too bass heavy, but the rest of us who do not just want the treble and midrange, this is the optimal speaker for travel and common outdoor use. Battery life is good, but increases the volume a bit so battery life is reduced rapidly (about 3-4 hours)
*Edited 6 years

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