So you may be wondering who the hell is SoundFace, you can’t be blamed for that as they are a new company to the market and this bluetooth speaker is their first product. The SoundFace bluetooth speaker retails at £78 and is available direct from their website. The price point puts the speaker up against some tough competition so I was excited to see just how it performed. The full unboxing with initial sound test and thoughts are below, followed by my thoughts after two weeks of regular use.

Let’s start by having a look at the specs:

Connectivity

  • Bluetooth v3.0 Wireless
  • 3.5mm Aux Input
  • True-Wireless Audio (pair 2 SoundFaces)
  • aptX® codec format support
  • HFP, A2DP, AVRCP codec support
  • Echo cancellation for Microphone (CVC)
  • NFC easy pairing
  • Bluetooth distance outside: 30 meters*
  • Bluetooth distance inside: 10 meters*

Audio

  • 1 X 55mm woofer
  • 2 X 40mm full range speaker drivers
  • 2 X dedicated passive radiators
  • Microphone Sensitivity -42dB; 0dB = 1V/pa
  • Frequency response: 60Hz-20KHz
  • Maximum SPL: 87dB at 1m
  • THD+N < 1%
  • Music play time: ~10 hours*

Dimensions

  • Weight: 600g
  • Height: 70mm
  • Length: 180mm
  • Width: 61mm

So I have been using the SoundFace bluetooth speaker for over two weeks now and I must say it certainly impressed me. With a price tag of £78 I was expecting a quality product and SoundFace delivered even down to the packaging the speaker arrives in. They include so many awesome touches like the braided auxiliary/micro-USB cable’s, multiple plugs and denim carry case, this may not seem like a lot but these little touches make a lot of difference to a product.

So lets talk about the speaker itself, the sound is still impressing me and after breaking it in it has certainly picked up a little. The bass although not extremely loud is certainly loud enough to fill a bedroom, pair that with the crisp highs and this speaker delivers some awesome sound. I hate when my reviews sound like an advert but I have actually ordered a second speaker to pair with the first using it’s wireless technology and can’t wait to put them to the test. The battery life is good as well and I was able to achieve around 8.5 hours of use between each charge. I tested the USB out port with my One Plus One and was impressed with the speed of charging, it does however use a lot of the speakers battery so I wouldn’t make a habit of using it but it’s certainly an awesome feature.

If you are looking for a great christmas gift for a loved one you could certainly do worse than pick one of these up. If you have any questions about the speaker feel free to ask below.

 

 

 

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I live in Scotland UK and have been blogging about technology for a long time. I started BeginnersTech as I wanted even the total novice to be able to enjoy it as much as I do. If you ever need help or want to ask a question you have come to right place.

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