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Kitsound Hive Bluetooth Wireless Portable Stereo Speaker £14.99 Black at O2 EBAY

£14.99 @ eBay
Specifications: Bluetooth: v2.1 Range: up to 10 m Play time: up to 10 hours Output: 5 W RMS (2.5 W @ 4 ohm x 2) S/N Ratio: 78 dB Frequency response: 50 Hz - 20 kHz Aux-in: 3.5 mm … Read More
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Specifications:

Bluetooth: v2.1

Range: up to 10 m

Play time: up to 10 hours

Output: 5 W RMS (2.5 W @ 4 ohm x 2)

S/N Ratio: 78 dB

Frequency response: 50 Hz - 20 kHz

Aux-in: 3.5 mm

Unit size: D49 x H64 xW165 (mm)

Weight: 400 g
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4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Youtube review

Edited By: necasworld on Dec 15, 2016 22:30
#2
Brilliant speaker for this price
1 Like #3
Why is all this Kitsound stuff available so cheap at the moment?
#4
wish I'd bagged one of their DAB/ BT variants on the recent vodafone deal
.. really disappointed I missed the posting
3 Likes #5
parabola117
Why is all this Kitsound stuff available so cheap at the moment?


kitsound is owned and managed by Kondor LTD, which trades on eBay under various stores, o2 eBay, Vodafone eBay, tech refresh, maybe more, as with lots of companies own brands, rrp is hugely inflated, and those eBay stores probably bring in a nice profit anyway
1 Like #6
i bought v2 for £20 off amazon (now £35 oO, would bought 2), i am very impressed with it. one thing to make the sound even better is DFX Pro if using an Android

http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B00ZBXLCXK/amazon-new.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=3m&fo=0&lang=en


Edited By: watson44 on Dec 16, 2016 04:33
#7
Would these be good to use with the 2 Amazon Echo Dots i bought last night? :{
#8
necasworld
I just watched that on my phone and it sounds a bit tinny to me!
1 Like #9
I was gonna get this thanks to your thread but I bought the kitsound hive 2 being sold by Vodafone on eBay for 20
1 Like #10
steevieboy4u
Would these be good to use with the 2 Amazon Echo Dots i bought last night? :{



Yes I use mine with it. The only problem with this speaker is that after a few months you start listening a background noise. I had 2 of them. Same problem. Maybe they've fixed it in the 2nd version
#11
darklight
wish I'd bagged one of their DAB/ BT variants on the recent vodafone deal
.. really disappointed I missed the posting
Still available here
1 Like #12
I have the Hive 2 and am really impressed with it for the money.... 8)
#13
Is the extra £5 worth for hive2? Confusion (_;)
1 Like #14
Voyager
Is the extra £5 worth for hive2? Confusion (_;)

I was thinking the same thing, they look the same but.............. Check this out:

http://topspeakers.co.uk/kitsound-hive-vs-kitsound-hive-2.html
#15
Gone from the hive2
#16
Sound is really average. Upgraded to one from a cheap Logik speaker from Currys for no sound improvement at all. Bought a Psyc Monic which is streets ahead for not a huge amount.
#17
steevieboy4u
Voyager
Is the extra £5 worth for hive2? Confusion (_;)
I was thinking the same thing, they look the same but.............. Check this out:http://topspeakers.co.uk/kitsound-hive-vs-kitsound-hive-2.html

I'd say theHive2 was worth the extra £5 here. :-)
#18
RiverDragon8
darklight
wish I'd bagged one of their DAB/ BT variants on the recent vodafone deal
.. really disappointed I missed the posting
Still available here

Thanx, thanx too OP. :-)
#19
jazzuk777
Sound is really average. Upgraded to one from a cheap Logik speaker from Currys for no sound improvement at all. Bought a Psyc Monic which is streets ahead for not a huge amount.

£35-40 for the Psyc Monic is more than twice the price of this speaker.
#20
Yes, but well worth the extra, or buy a cheaper one with just as good sound as the kitsound. It's mediocre.

You may be able to get the Monic for closer to £30 with some looking around or on flubit.

Edited By: jazzuk777 on Dec 18, 2016 15:07
#21
RiverDragon8
darklight
wish I'd bagged one of their DAB/ BT variants on the recent vodafone deal
.. really disappointed I missed the posting
Still available here


hey thanks I was actually referring to the Kitsound Air , thanks anyway

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