I’ve had the Soundcore Boost 20w since the summer and have a spare 10 minutes so thought I’d put pen to paper and share my experiences.
It has a nice feel and finish with a good weight to it - not too heavy that you wouldn’t want to take it out and about but enough to inspire confidence that it would handle the odd knock and bump.
The top and bottom have a rubberised feel to them with black cloth going around the middle section.
Press the power button for a few seconds to enter Bluetooth pairing mode and search for SoundCore Boost device on your device.
Sounds pretty decent. I compared it to a few similarly priced speakers which didn’t quite do it for me.
I think I would class the sound as being focused on the mid to low end scale, there is some detail in the sound and the vocals are not great but acceptable.
Frequency response is claimed as 70-20Khz.
It has good volume,and has performed well on the patio for summers BBQ’s.
BassUp gives a much deeper sound built can be at the detriment of mid and high frequencies.
At above average volume I’m getting about 10 hours from the battery.
It’s a 5200mah battery.
Connections are on the left side under a rubber flap.
Aux in for audio.
Micro USB in for charging.
USB for charging another device.
This also has NFC for instant pairing.
This unit is IPX5 rated so will be great if the summer BBQ’s get a little out of hand.
This can also be used as a PowerCore and has an IQ USB output.
Great battery life.
Good controls on top.
Can be used to charge other devices via the USB output.
Some might say this is the ugly sister of speakers. Yeah, you can’t argue with that but for my use looks doesn’t enter the equation.