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B&O Play Bang & Olufsen Bluetooth Wireless Portable S3 Speaker £109.99 - White (vodafonestore via ebay)
B&O Play Bang & Olufsen Bluetooth Wireless Portable S3 Speaker £109.99 - White (vodafonestore via ebay)

B&O Play Bang & Olufsen Bluetooth Wireless Portable S3 Speaker £109.99 - White (vodafonestore via ebay)

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I got one of these with my phone. Amazing speaker! Great price!

What's the rrp

Hopefully the battery life is better than the A2. As that is spectacularly bad. (Sounds great though)

ja686

Hopefully the battery life is better than the A2. As that is … Hopefully the battery life is better than the A2. As that is spectacularly bad. (Sounds great though)



Not portable/no battery - needs mains power.
Edited by: "exexpat" 10th Aug 2016

People are off their heads buying **** wee speakers like this that are only mono. It's the equivalent of buying a single satellite speaker from a good 5.1/2.1 system. Anyone serious about their music would need 2 of these at least and lack of a battery means it isn't really a portable speaker at all.
There are some really good STEREO speakers out there for less than you'd pay for 2 of these.

love B&O but cant love this speaker

TommyNooka

People are off their heads buying **** wee speakers like this that are … People are off their heads buying **** wee speakers like this that are only mono. It's the equivalent of buying a single satellite speaker from a good 5.1/2.1 system. Anyone serious about their music would need 2 of these at least and lack of a battery means it isn't really a portable speaker at all.There are some really good STEREO speakers out there for less than you'd pay for 2 of these.



I absolutely agree. The only use case I can think of is that you could bring this travelling and use in a hotel room or something like that.

Brilliant speaker - just make sure you update the firmware - simple enough to do - the bluetooth needs updating - otherwise the first song you play will have about a 2/3 second audio delay

Epic Speaker, had mine for over a year sound and bass is crystal clear! Also buying two sounds incredible can both be paired and be used with the B&O App for both iOS and Android. HEAT

TommyNooka

People are off their heads buying **** wee speakers like this that are … People are off their heads buying **** wee speakers like this that are only mono. It's the equivalent of buying a single satellite speaker from a good 5.1/2.1 system. Anyone serious about their music would need 2 of these at least and lack of a battery means it isn't really a portable speaker at all.There are some really good STEREO speakers out there for less than you'd pay for 2 of these.




Mate these have a Stereo Setting? works incredibly well with two speakers when wireless , but can also be used wired as left and right channel.

TommyNooka

People are off their heads buying **** wee speakers like this that are … People are off their heads buying **** wee speakers like this that are only mono. It's the equivalent of buying a single satellite speaker from a good 5.1/2.1 system. Anyone serious about their music would need 2 of these at least and lack of a battery means it isn't really a portable speaker at all.There are some really good STEREO speakers out there for less than you'd pay for 2 of these.



Not everyone wants an ugly 2.1 or 5.1 system with all the wires associated with it. And I bet this still sounds better unless you prefer Beats/Bose style sound.

Without the B&O name, these would probably be worth ~£50.

For £50, I'd definitely buy a pair & link them for stereo output.

Ok, I'd stretch to £110 for the pair (sorry, this site has totally spoiled me!).

Bit ugly in the white colour.

https://partridge.cloud/grabs/S01E06/S01E06-nyon94ej.jpg


"oooo whats that?"

"Bang and Olufsen!"

"oh i see hahahahah"

Edited by: "red23" 11th Aug 2016

Better to stick to a known brand. Try Sony.

mittromney

Better to stick to a known brand. Try Sony.


B&O make high end speakers, definitely not an unknown brand.

sm-1991

B&O make high end speakers, definitely not an unknown brand.



​OMG! Next you'll be telling me Onkyo is a well known brand.

Brilliant sound for its size, good build quality and can be connected by USB as well as line-in and bluetooth. Updated phone app includes equalizer settings. Take the point that this won't replace a good set of stereo speakers, but these are great for background music in smaller spaces. Have mine in the office at home.

B&O makes some absolutely incredibly sounding speakers in general, but they're also ridiculously pricy. I see them as the Apple of hifi.

yes, I wish I could afford it

A known brand! Hahah. Bang and Olufsen used to have stores on the high street. The name is synonymous with exquisitely designed, classy and high end products. Get educated before blurting nonsense. Sony. Pff.

Wingnut330

A known brand! Hahah. Bang and Olufsen used to have stores on the high … A known brand! Hahah. Bang and Olufsen used to have stores on the high street. The name is synonymous with exquisitely designed, classy and high end products. Get educated before blurting nonsense. Sony. Pff.



​Clearly a windup - from the follow up comment...

"OMG! Next you'll be telling me Onkyo is a well known brand."

B&O are not what they used to be unfortunately - this speaker has a rrp of £225, but even at £110 doesn't seem much of a bargain. Perhaps some of their higher-end stuff is truly premium quality.
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