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Tribit XSound Mega Bluetooth Speaker – Review

Specifications:-

30W output. Bluetooth® standard: V5.0, Wireless range: up to 30 meters. Battery capacity: (3.65V/4000mAh *2)/29.2Wh. Charging time : 4 hours @ 5V/2A. Playback time: up to 20 hours (varies by volume level and music files). USB-C. IPX7 Waterproof. Dual external charging ports Two USB-powered devices can be charged simultaneously from the two power outlets on the speaker. RGB Led ring on the front.

Good points:-

Good powerful sound with strong bass. Long playing time. Charging via USB-C. Pairing speakers. Use as a power bank. 3 EQ modes. carrying strap. NFC One Touch Pairing Ability to pair up to 100 speakers. (yes 100) Loudspeaker for calls.

Bad points :-

Bit on the heavy side. No dedicated fast forward/rewind buttons.

In the box

Instruction manual. USB type C charging cable. 3.5mm auxiliary cable. carrying strap.

Design

The first thing that struck me with the X Sound Mega was the weight, this is a reassuringly heavy speaker, with a robust design, rubber feet on the bottom to reduce vibrations at the back of the speaker, where the charging port and USB A output along with the 3.5mm port all live under a silicone cover.

All controls are located on the top of the device, under a silicone cover, power, Bluetooth play/pause volume up, volume down LED light button and your EQ mode button.

The triangle button is not just a play button, it serves as a multi-function button, one press allows you to play/pause a song or answer/end a call, double tap allows you to skip to the next song, you can you can return to a previous song with three taps and hold for two seconds to activate the voice assistant. although if you didn’t read the manual properly like me, these multifunction features are not within reach. Once I read the manual, it showed a small “N” (NFC) to the left of the power button/indicator, which was somewhat difficult to visualize on the speaker.

At the front is the large metal oval speaker grille and the multi-function LED light bar is hidden around this grille.

Pairing the speaker with my phone couldn’t be easier, just hit the Bluetooth button and it popped up in my list of devices on my Galaxy S21 Ultra almost immediately.

In use:-

Let me just come up and say this, the sound coming out of this little unit is amazing, clear and very very loud, while listening to music you can hear a distinct difference in the output when you look at the different EQ settings switches, despite that being pretty much one-way (facing forward), it still sounds good from either side.

The audiobook mode pretty much removes all the basics, so the spoken word from audiobooks or podcasts comes across clear and crisp. Overall I really like the loudness of the speaker, has a really good clarity in my personal favorite is the Xbase mode where it hits the beast just a little bit harder when our power is that vocal or whatever it sounds right good to my ears

Tribit claims 20 hours of battery which I’ve had that long enough to see if battery life is what ever it has been but the build quality of this speaker is really good and I feel a speaker can easily be compared to what AJBL foot 5 can save or flip 6 I tested recently

And I have no problem recommending this Bluetooth speaker expressly as it’s already on sale, hopefully these clips give you a little closer to what this speaker sounds like by Tribit.

Conclusion:-

While the speaker may not be an audiophile high-end, the nearly indestructible waterproof housing, colorful LED, various sound modes and portable design provided significant positivity points. The weight was slightly on the heavier side, but this supported the Xbass mode. The sound will fill a medium to large room and is perfect for a kitchen, apartment, office or even a smaller outdoor gathering. I found that the speaker got some extra spice by placing it on a sturdy base, near a wall. With up to 20 hours of battery life, water resistance and a colorful LED light show, the speaker should always be ready for your next activity. The Tribit XSound Mega is available from: Tribit and Amazon for £99.99

Specifications: – 30W output. Bluetooth® standard: V5.0, Wireless range: up to 30 meters. Battery capacity: (3.65V/4000mAh *2)/29.2Wh. Charging time : 4 hours @ 5V/2A. Playback time: up to 20 hours (varies by volume level and music files). USB-C. IPX7 Waterproof. Dual external charging ports Two USB-powered devices can be charged simultaneously from the two power outlets on the speaker. RGB Led ring on the front. Good points: – Good powerful sound with strong bass. Long playing time. Charging via USB-C. Pairing speakers. Use as a power bank. 3 EQ modes. carrying strap. NFC One Touch Pairing Ability to pair up to 100 speakers. (yes 100) Loudspeaker for calls. Bad points: – Bit on the heavy side. No dedicated fast forward/rewind buttons. In the box User manual. USB type C charging cable. 3.5mm auxiliary cable. carrying strap. Design The first thing I noticed about the X Sound Mega was the weight, this is a reassuringly heavy speaker, with a robust design, rubber feet on the bottom to reduce vibration. On the back of the speaker are the charging port and USB A output along with the 3.5mm port all live under a silicone cover. All controls are located on the top of the device, under a silicone cover, power, Bluetooth play/pause volume up, volume down LED light button and your EQ mode button. The triangle button is not just a play button, it serves as a multi-function button, one press allows you to play/pause a song or answer/end a call, double tap allows you to skip to the next song, you can you can return to a previous song with three taps and hold for two seconds to activate the voice assistant. although if you didn’t read the manual properly like me, these multifunction features are not within reach. Once I read the manual, it showed a small “N” (NFC) to the left of the power button/indicator, which was somewhat difficult to visualize on the speaker. At the front is the large metal oval speaker grille and the multi-function LED light bar is hidden around this grille. Pairing the speaker with my phone couldn’t be easier, just hit the Bluetooth button and it popped up in my list of devices on my Galaxy S21 Ultra almost immediately. In use:- Let me just come up and say this, the sound coming out of this little device is amazing, clear and very very loud, when you listen to music you can hear a clear difference in the output when switching to the other EQ settings, despite being pretty much unidirectional (facing forward), it still sounds good from either side. The audiobook mode pretty much removes all the basics, so the spoken word from audiobooks or podcasts comes across clear and crisp. Overall I really like the loudness of the speaker, has a really good clarity in my personal favorite is the Xbase mode where it hits the beast just a little harder than our…

Tribit XSound Mega Bluetooth Speaker – Review

Tribit XSound Mega Bluetooth Speaker – Review

2022-02-10

Ian Furlong

Build Quality – 95%

Features – 95%

Sound quality – 95%

Loudnes – 90%

94

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