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Built to act not only as a powerful, compact speaker for listening to music but also as a portable system for taking calls, the Pill does it all with the freedom of wireless. Small enough to deliver your daily dose of music wherever you go, the Pill syncs with your phone or other Bluetooth-enabled devices to deliver Beats by Dr. Dre sound anywhere you happen to be. Music, calls, and movies never sounded so good.

Product Features
Small size, big sound
Despite its compact size, the Pill produces powerful sound. It's easy to enjoy soaring highs and deep, booming bass in every room of the house. The Pill is wireless and cord-free.
Change tracks from your phone
Or your laptop, or any other Bluetooth-enabled device from up to 30 feet away. The Pill frees you to roam which means you'll always have high quality sound near or far.
Totally portable
You're good to set up anywhere. The Pill is lightweight so it won't slow you down and small enough to fit in whatever you're carrying out the door.
Bluetooth conferencing
Take that call. The Pill's Bluetooth capability and internal microphone make talking on the phone easier and better sounding than ever before.
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#1
Am i missing something here with the cold votes? Seems like a good price
#2
Heat from me. Not sure on the cold votes (prob anti Beats votes). Regardless on views on if this brand is good/bad, this is the cheapest I have ever seen this (although I agree it was expensive to begin with)
2 Likes #3
Cold, not Apple....
#4
Cheap and you can have a pair in stereo
#5
Spaz
Cheap and you can have a pair in stereo
It is stereo.
#6
Is this v1.5 anyone know?
#7
Is this a suppository?
banned#8
not usually a Beats fan but this is a very tempting price - why cold?
#9
Jefft
Spaz
Cheap and you can have a pair in stereo
It is stereo.

No they are not, but you can tap a pair together to make one the left output, and one the right.
1 Like #10
steventh
Is this v1.5 anyone know?

appears to be v1.5 if you look on the website version 2 is allot £
#11
Good deal thanks lumpyhumpy
#12
the thing with this site is that people vote cold because of a name not the price. heat from me.
banned#13
if I didnt already have one I would order one of these, cheap price, love beats heat added
#14
Not a Beats fan tbh but these sound good and are well made, heat.
#15
Well that's made my mind up, out of stock now lol
#16
I've not been a regular train commuter for two years, please reassure me that garbage like this isn't now commonplace? It was bad enough people playing sh*t music on their phones. oO
#17
It's a deal in as much as it's a good price for the product per se, but I really don't rate the sound from this AT ALL. Pill XL has a great sound, but then it's much bigger and much more £££. I think that there are better units out there that are worth paying more for, if you want to go for full rich sound over looks.
e.g. Bose Soundlink Mini
Sony SRS-X3
Sony SRS-X5
#18
Spaz
Jefft
Spaz
Cheap and you can have a pair in stereo
It is stereo.

No they are not, but you can tap a pair together to make one the left output, and one the right.
Yes it is stereo but by using 2 you can make one speaker left and one right to give a wider stereo image.
#19
loopz
Cold, not Apple....


It is now!
#20
Chuck U
It's a deal in as much as it's a good price for the product per se, but I really don't rate the sound from this AT ALL. Pill XL has a great sound, but then it's much bigger and much more £££. I think that there are better units out there that are worth paying more for, if you want to go for full rich sound over looks.
e.g. Bose Soundlink Mini
Sony SRS-X3
Sony SRS-X5


Have you used either of the Sony speakers? I've been looking at them today and wondering which to buy
1 Like #21
itsdavidjones1984
Chuck U
It's a deal in as much as it's a good price for the product per se, but I really don't rate the sound from this AT ALL. Pill XL has a great sound, but then it's much bigger and much more £££. I think that there are better units out there that are worth paying more for, if you want to go for full rich sound over looks.
e.g. Bose Soundlink Mini
Sony SRS-X3
Sony SRS-X5

Have you used either of the Sony speakers? I've been looking at them today and wondering which to buy

Yes
I went on a listening spree during a couple of quiet weekday mornings to do some research for my son's birthday present last month, so I was able to listen without too much other equipment or piped music present. So my views are with some decent listening value, though not audiophile conditions (but then when WOULD you be listening to such a bit of kit, if not with some ambient noise?). From memory, I definitely tried the following, and maybe one or two others, that clearly didn't make their mark:

Jawbone (original, not Mini or Max)
Pill
Pill XL
JBL Pulse
JBL Flip
Logitech UE Boom
UE Mini Boom
Bose Soundlink II & III
Bose Soundlink Mini
Sony SRS-X3
Sony SRS-X5

I was only looking to spend up to £200, so some were for comparison only. For the money at the time, the least impressive for the money was the Pill (thin sound, no bass), followed by the two JBLs and the Logitech UE Boom. They lacked depth and richness and really struggled with rock music, which for me is the ultimate test. Most speakers sound good listening to my jazzy tendencies.........
The best sounding in absolute terms were the Soundlink II & III, and the Pill XL (probably my top choice). However, these were all over budget. They are also bigger: Pill XL especially
In the end it came down to the Bose Soundlink Mini and the two Sonys.
Bose was probably the best overall, especially in terms of grunt per cubic centimetre, but the bass can be a little muddy and indistinct, as it tries to pump it out. However my son didn't like the styling (not sure I do, either!)
There was very little to choose between the two Sonys. I felt that the the X5 sound was probably just that bit "bigger", and with a bit more bass, but then it is a bit bigger than the X3. The X3 looks a bit more "rugged" and outdoory, and the sound from such a small size is impressive. However, at the time Bentall in Kingston had the X5 on offer at £140, whereas it was £170 everywhere else, and the X3 was £134 everywhere.
I therefore went with th X5, and my 20-something son is very happy with it. Hearing stuff on tracks he hasn't heard before, which is always a good sign.

HTH
Reson for edit: typos

Edited By: Chuck U on Jul 27, 2014 21:54
#22
Chuck U
itsdavidjones1984
Chuck U
It's a deal in as much as it's a good price for the product per se, but I really don't rate the sound from this AT ALL. Pill XL has a great sound, but then it's much bigger and much more £££. I think that there are better units out there that are worth paying more for, if you want to go for full rich sound over looks.
e.g. Bose Soundlink Mini
Sony SRS-X3
Sony SRS-X5

Have you used either of the Sony speakers? I've been looking at them today and wondering which to buy

Yes
I went on a listening spree during a couple of quiet weekday mornings to do some research for my son's birthday present last month, so I was able to listen without too much other equipment or piped music present. So my views are with some decent listening value, though not audiophile conditions (but then when WOULD you be listening to such a bit of kit, if not with some ambient noise?). From memory, I definitely tried the following, and maybe one or two others, that clearly didn't make their mark:

Jawbone (original, not Mini or Max)
Pill
Pill XL
JBL Pulse
JBL Flip
Logitech UE Boom
UE Mini Boom
Bose Soundlink II & III
Bose Soundlink Mini
Sony SRS-X3
Sony SRS-X5

I was only looking to spend up to £200, so some were for comparison only. For the money at the time, the least impressive for the money was the Pill (thin sound, no bass), followed by the two JBLs and the Logitech UE Boom. They lacked depth and richness and really struggled with rock music, which for me is the ultimate test. Most speakers sound good listening to my jazzy tendencies.........
The best sounding in absolute terms were the Soundlink II & III, and the Pill XL (probably my top choice). However, these were all over budget. They are also bigger: Pill XL especially
In the end it came down to the Bose Soundlink Mini and the two Sonys.
Bose was probably the best overall, especially in terms of grunt per cubic centimetre, but the bass can be a little muddy and indistinct, as it tries to pump it out. However my son didn't like the styling (not sure I do, either!)
There was very little to choose between the two Sonys. I felt that the the X5 sound was probably just that bit "bigger", and with a bit more bass, but then it is a bit bigger than the X3. The X3 looks a bit more "rugged" and outdoory, and the sound from such a small size is impressive. However, at the time Bentall in Kingston had the X5 on offer at £140, whereas it was £170 everywhere else, and the X3 was £134 everywhere.
I therefore went with th X5, and my 20-something son is very happy with it. Hearing stuff on tracks he hasn't heard before, which is always a good sign.

HTH
Reson for edit: typos


Legend! I wasn't expecting a full run down but thank you. I'll have a look at the x5 for prices online and local. I was looking for around and up to £150 so this sounds perfect.
#23
[/quote]Legend! I wasn't expecting a full run down but thank you. I'll have a look at the x5 for prices online and local. I was looking for around and up to £150 so this sounds perfect.[/quote]
Then please feel free to "like" my review, such as it is. :D

I think you can get the X5 for around £140 in quite a few places now.. You can "funk" it up a bit by opting for the red version. LOL.
BTW, it's an additional cost, but this model has a custom protective case, which I bought as a "Brucie bonus" on the then £30 saving I was making.

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