I’m constantly listening to music. On a typical day, I’ve got music either playing from my computer while I work, or in my headphones when I leave the house. That usually means stock listening equipment, like my computer or Apple’s stock EarPods, but I recently decided to shake things up a bit.
I decided to check out Fibonic’s Bluetooth speaker, and see if I could find an accessory I liked to change up how I listened to music from my computer at my desk.
The Bluetooth speaker from Fibonic has an eye-catching design, and its main strength is that it has a loud sound range, along with an easy way to pair to whatever Bluetooth-equipped device you’ve got. Here’s the full breakdown:
Fibonic Bluetooth speaker
My time with the Fibonic Bluetooth speaker was pretty straight forward, because there isn’t a lot to interact with, which is an overall positive. The speaker itself has a pretty appealing design, with its red-on-black and distinct curves, so placing it near my work desk wasn’t an eye sore by any means. The pill shape is pretty low-profile as well, so it doesn’t take up a lot of space.
I paired the Bluetooth speaker to my computer, and it was exceptionally quick in this effort. Getting up-and-running was painless, and in just a matter of moments I went from having my music playing from the computer to the speaker. Interestingly enough, the speaker will actually talk to you when you turn it on and pair something to it. It starts by telling you that the speaker is ready to pair, and then when a device has been paired. It’s a been shocking if you aren’t expecting it, but not entirely bad, either.
There are four buttons on the top of the speaker: Play/Pause, Mode (for changing it to Radio mode), Previous/Volume down, and Next/Volume up. All of the buttons are responsive and have enough feedback that you’ll know when you press them, even if they are pretty flush with the device itself. The range is pretty good, too, as I took the speaker into another room when I had to leave my computer for a few minutes. The connection never severed, and the music didn’t skip, either.
The listening part was just as nice, for the price that the speaker is offered. Unlike the headphones, the bass on the Bluetooth speaker isn’t something to write home about, but the overall quality isn’t bad. The speaker is loud, which is a huge benefit for the folks that want to really blare their music, but don’t want to wear out their built-in computer speakers. I do wish the bass was a bit better, but overall the quality was good enough that I kept listening to it throughout the day.
I didn’t actually charge the speaker when I took it out of the box. I just set it up and started using it, and it lasted me about four hours before going quiet. It charged relatively quickly, though, so I was back to listening music without being wired to a wall not too long after. There are a few ports on the back of the unit, including a USB port, TF card port, charging port, as well as an auxiliary and 3.5mm headphone jack.
The Bluetooth speaker is responsive when skipping a track or playing it again, and it sounds good. If you’re in the market for a speaker that won’t break the bank and offers a nice design with loud sound, Fibonic has a great option. It retails for $49.99 and comes in four colors: black with red accents, white with red accents, blue with red accents and all red.
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