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KitSound Tilt Bluetooth Speaker with NFC One-Touch Pairing and Built-In Microphone Blue £15.00 @ tesco ebay outlet

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Great Sound – The KitSound Tilt doesn’t just play your music, it blasts it. With its striking grill and punchy passive radiator, your music will take centre-stage as the Tilt delivers sound that can b…
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Great Sound – The KitSound Tilt doesn’t just play your music, it blasts it. With its striking grill and punchy passive radiator, your music will take centre-stage as the Tilt delivers sound that can be cranked up to the max.

Simple Connectivity – Using NFC one-touch pairing, you can get the party going in a matter of moments. There’s also traditional Bluetooth capabilities to ensure ultimate compatibility across Apple, Android and Windows smartphones and tablets.

Call-Handling – With its built-in microphone, the Tilt doesn’t get in the way of you taking calls. When receiving an incoming call, your music will automatically pause, meaning answering and hanging up is done by simply touching the button on the top of the speaker or using your phone’s controls.

The KitSound Tilt – Whether you want to ramp up the rock or get hyped to hip hop, we’ve made sure the KitSound Tilt will be your go-to speaker.
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banned 2 Likes #1
6W output
#2
Ordered, thanks.
#3
Also ordered , thank you.
1 Like #4
good price but 6w
#5
How does this compare to the kitsound boombar?
#6
depends how that 6w sounds
#7
Hi All,
how big is it and what batteries does it use or is it rechargeable ?
Cheers for any info.
1 Like #8
http://britishsounds.co.uk/kitsound-tilt-review/ this may help. I think NFC is not possible for iPhones yet though but I could be wrong.
#9
shotby
Hi All,
how big is it and what batteries does it use or is it rechargeable ?
Cheers for any info.

Its 15x8x7cm Shotby with a built in 1200 mah battery lasting approx 6hrs per charge.
#10
Thanks OP. Another Xmas present to be put away.
#11
Ordered thanks OP! found a few online reviews by typing into Google....seems to have retailed at £50 back in the day :)
#12
Was thinking this wold be perfect for Chromecast Audio...but one of the reviews said that in order for the 3.5mm input to register, the KitSound needs to be on when you plug in the 3.5mm cable. In a multiroom set up where I want these relatively tucked away, that doesn't sound too good does it? Was hoping they'd go into standby when not in use as well, ready for action when an input is detected. Anyone any thoughts on this?
9 Likes #13
Istanbul_Kop
Was thinking this wold be perfect for Chromecast Audio...but one of the reviews said that in order for the 3.5mm input to register, the KitSound needs to be on when you plug in the 3.5mm cable. In a multiroom set up where I want these relatively tucked away, that doesn't sound too good does it? Was hoping they'd go into standby when not in use as well, ready for action when an input is detected. Anyone any thoughts on this?
Jesus!! its£15.00 not £150.00
#14
aturner
Istanbul_Kop
Was thinking this wold be perfect for Chromecast Audio...but one of the reviews said that in order for the 3.5mm input to register, the KitSound needs to be on when you plug in the 3.5mm cable. In a multiroom set up where I want these relatively tucked away, that doesn't sound too good does it? Was hoping they'd go into standby when not in use as well, ready for action when an input is detected. Anyone any thoughts on this?
Jesus!! its£15.00 not £150.00

and?
1 Like #15
Istanbul_Kop
aturner
Istanbul_Kop
Was thinking this wold be perfect for Chromecast Audio...but one of the reviews said that in order for the 3.5mm input to register, the KitSound needs to be on when you plug in the 3.5mm cable. In a multiroom set up where I want these relatively tucked away, that doesn't sound too good does it? Was hoping they'd go into standby when not in use as well, ready for action when an input is detected. Anyone any thoughts on this?
Jesus!! its£15.00 not £150.00
and?
and, you get what you pay for!!
#16
Does anyone know if it's possible to skip forward a track on this? I can't see it mentioned and doesn't look like it has track control buttons to me, anyone know for sure?
#17
aturner
Istanbul_Kop
aturner
Istanbul_Kop
Was thinking this wold be perfect for Chromecast Audio...but one of the reviews said that in order for the 3.5mm input to register, the KitSound needs to be on when you plug in the 3.5mm cable. In a multiroom set up where I want these relatively tucked away, that doesn't sound too good does it? Was hoping they'd go into standby when not in use as well, ready for action when an input is detected. Anyone any thoughts on this?
Jesus!! its£15.00 not £150.00
and?
and, you get what you pay for!!

Oh right. Well I have speakers that cost less than £20 that don't require them to be already on to receive a 3.5mm input. So, yeah, "JESUS!!!" comments not really necessary I think. But each to their own I suppose.
#18
Order one and heat added - thanks very much.
#20
Great stocking filler for Christmas at this price. Bought one!
#21
5Rivers79
How does this compare to the kitsound boombar?


Well battery wise this offers up to six hours before you need to recharge, boombar kicks that well into touch with 20 hours, ok for £15 though, but my BB wins for me simply due to almost a whole day of use before a recharge, and of course the BB sound is no slouch either.
#22
for £15 its a steal...ordered
#23
more than 50 sold , after this post oO
#24
They always promote it, butdoes anybody ever actually use nfc pairing?
#25
Istanbul_Kop
aturner
Istanbul_Kop
aturner
Istanbul_Kop
Was thinking this wold be perfect for Chromecast Audio...but one of the reviews said that in order for the 3.5mm input to register, the KitSound needs to be on when you plug in the 3.5mm cable. In a multiroom set up where I want these relatively tucked away, that doesn't sound too good does it? Was hoping they'd go into standby when not in use as well, ready for action when an input is detected. Anyone any thoughts on this?
Jesus!! its£15.00 not £150.00
and?
and, you get what you pay for!!
Oh right. Well I have speakers that cost less than £20 that don't require them to be already on to receive a 3.5mm input. So, yeah, "JESUS!!!" comments not really necessary I think. But each to their own I suppose.

Asked for "thoughts?".....didn't like someone's response....cried like a big baby!
2 Likes #26
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Soundbot-Bluetooth-Speaker-Enabled-Digital/dp/B00MITLPX2/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1473686502&sr=1-1&keywords=sb571

This is the best budget bt speaker I've found, all of my mates have bought on my recommendation and love them. 12w total I believe, really good sound.
#27
horsepills
Istanbul_Kop
aturner
Istanbul_Kop
aturner
Istanbul_Kop
Was thinking this wold be perfect for Chromecast Audio...but one of the reviews said that in order for the 3.5mm input to register, the KitSound needs to be on when you plug in the 3.5mm cable. In a multiroom set up where I want these relatively tucked away, that doesn't sound too good does it? Was hoping they'd go into standby when not in use as well, ready for action when an input is detected. Anyone any thoughts on this?
Jesus!! its£15.00 not £150.00
and?
and, you get what you pay for!!
Oh right. Well I have speakers that cost less than £20 that don't require them to be already on to receive a 3.5mm input. So, yeah, "JESUS!!!" comments not really necessary I think. But each to their own I suppose.

Asked for "thoughts?".....didn't like someone's response....cried like a big baby!


​You think his comment was helpful in any way? Keep your nose out.
#28
shahidali47
good price but 6w


Get kitsound hive 2 15w great buy
#29
Istanbul_Kop

You think his comment was helpful in any way?

Yes

Istanbul_Kop
Keep your nose out.

No
#30
horsepills
Istanbul_Kop

You think his comment was helpful in any way?

Yes

Istanbul_Kop
Keep your nose out.

No


​Looks like we have a problem then, don't we?
#31
Istanbul_Kop
aturner
Istanbul_Kop
Was thinking this wold be perfect for Chromecast Audio...but one of the reviews said that in order for the 3.5mm input to register, the KitSound needs to be on when you plug in the 3.5mm cable. In a multiroom set up where I want these relatively tucked away, that doesn't sound too good does it? Was hoping they'd go into standby when not in use as well, ready for action when an input is detected. Anyone any thoughts on this?
Jesus!! its£15.00 not £150.00
and?
Spend £500 plus for a multiform setup.
#32
OOS :(
1 Like #33
Mine arrive today, plastic packaging cracked but unit perfect, seems like a decent unit for taking on holiday/ weekends away
#34
Mine arrived today and the plastic casing is cracked and bashed to bits. Could have easily cut myself opening it. Next to no protective packing at all.
#35
I bought the BoomBar based on a few comments on here.

I then sent the BoomBar back as it was absolutely diabolical.

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