Review Soen Transit: This wireless speaker gives music as you like it
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The added advantage of the Transit is that, like most other Bluetooth devices of its kind, it can also be used to make/receive calls. The sound quality on the other side is clear and not blaring out loud this side.
Another unique feature is that the when connected with an iOS 7 device the Bluetooth indicator on top will also show he battery status of the speaker. I haven't see that before and it is a great little detail to have, given that there is no way to see how much battery is left on the speaker. Anyway, the battery of the device is good to play music for a maximum of seven hours on full volume. It works a bit longer when connected using the auxiliary cable and not wirelessly.
Should you buy it: Yes, if you are looking for Bluetooth speaker that gives quality sound wherever you are. Though Soen has got the partnerships in place to sell the product at its international price of $199, it is still a bit expensive for some buyers. However, it is still a lot cheaper than the Bose Soundlink which I think is the pinnacle in this range. But for a lot less you get a speaker that is almost as good in all respects.
Price: Rs 12,990
Rating: **** ½
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