Speedlink Solitune Review
Published by Luca Rocchi on 02.04.15 (5800 reads)
With the Solitune, Speedlink has a portable soundbar in its portfolio for a bit less than 100 Euro. For this price you get an integrated rechargable battery pack as well a good build quality in general. Whether the sound is going to convince is or not, that's for example going to be in this review.
The Speedlink Solitune Supreme is a soundbar which is able to connect to your PC or any other device with the latest technologies like NFC or Bluetooth. Despite the appearance, the Supreme Solitune is a portable speaker thus it comes equipped with a battery.
Speedlink Solitune measures at 34 x 9x 10 cm (W x D x H) with a total weight of 800 grams. The soundbar is made almost entirely of plastic with black soft touch finish. In addition to the classic power button
at the top there are also a few other controls such as volume control, pause and
Bluetooth. Regarding connectivity at the back, you get a USB port useful for recharge
your device, the AC power jack that will recharge and turn on the soundbar and also
a 3.5mm headphone jack. In addition, there is also a convenient button that will allow you to start/end calls, therefore Speedlink Solitune also
can be used as a huge speakerphone.
We tested Speedlink Solitune with different devices and using all connections
which are supported by the soundbar. Reaching a full charge takes about 4 hours and the battery life is about 7 hours, the same value declared by the company. The range is about 10 meters and we haven't noted any problems during daily usage. The audio quality is adequate for
this type of product and while using the soundbar with songs of various genre we have to say that audio is well balanced. Overall,
the device functioned flawlessly and even the 10W RMS power was more than adequate.
We give the Speedlink Solitune good 4.5 out of 5 stars.