LG-FH2 X Boom Handy Review

  • Overall Rating

  • Performance

  • Features

  • Price

Price: ₹ 15,990

Key Specs

    Telescoping Handle and Wheels
    Karaoke creator
    Bluetooth Connectivity
    Built-In Battery
    Power Bank

Pros: Good sound
Good battery backup
Connectivity options

Cons: None

Bottomline: A performer, unlike any other, the LG-FH2 X Boom handy, makes a statement for itself with its looks and an exquisite sound that will appeal to true audiophiles and can be a great companion for indoor or outdoor parties and a value for money product.

If you talk about the portable wireless speakers, the first thing comes to our mind is a small handy speaker with low volume that can easily fit in our bag. But what about if you want something big something better, a whole package of entertainment where the small portable speaker can’t stand. Where the small portable speakers’ capabilities end, LG-FH2 starts and take the both music and entertainment to next level. It going to shake the Mini and Micro Hi-Fi speaker category with its portable and wireless features. There are many people who want a system with high-quality sound and great bass along with some pro features that they can carry from one place to another like a luggage bag.

Design and Features

The LG-FH2 looks great with its unique designing sense, it resembles a luggage bag with wheels and a telescopic handle for easy move. No doubt, it grabs space, the front of the speaker dominated by a big speaker grill inside that has 6.5-inch Woofer and tutor speakers. The woofer has a bright red circle that can see through the speaker grills that add some extra style to the speaker.

The whole setup of the speaker is enclosed inside a durable plastic body that has a matte black finish.The sturdy design of this speaker with its control panel will sure become a center of attraction, no matter you put it in the house or somewhere else. The control panel is situated on the top side of the speaker that includes a large volume knob along with various control buttons and a single line LED display.

The Knob is placed in the center while the microphone jack, 3.5mm input jack, a USB port, and a battery indicator are on the top back. Whereas the front has LED display, Source, Sound effect bass, Voice canceller, Key changer, Mic, Reset/Repeat and Power button. The USB port can be used for USB or portable drives to play music and it can also use as the power bank to charge the smartphone.


FH2 LG Xboom review


The speaker has a great and well-balanced sound profile and sounds really good even at unsafe volume levels. Most of the speakers we had encountered perform well at lower and mid-level volumes, but when you push things up, the speaker tends to distort at certain frequencies and the bass tends to get destroyed. However, with LG-FH2 it doesn’t feel like it’s restricting itself the louder you play it.

The output of the speaker is crisp and loud with awesome bass but still not going to replace the home theater. However, this music system is enough loud and clear to rock your party. Even at the full volume, there is no bass drop or distortion. There are some pre-set built-in sound modes such as Rock, Bass, Classic, Jazz, Standard, and Pop. The Bluetooth connectivity of this speaker is good and can give you a range of about 10 meters in an open space.

We hadn’t faced any issue in music playback from a connected USB drive. The speaker also has built-in antenna that can be extended to improve the FM reception SignaL.

On tracks with intense sub-bass content, like DJ Magic Mike’s “Feel The Bass,” the speaker pumped out flawless bass with a lot of oomph and detail. The mid and treble ranges are well-defined, and surprisingly, the vocals sound crisp and clear, even at low volume levels.

On tracks like Titanium by David Guetta which features dance club style beats, the speaker produced high fidelity sound with attacking bass and oomph, and sounded booming and bright making this melody truly pleasurable from starting to end. Sia’s vocals were clearly audible in between the bass of this electric pop song.

In piano number like Clair de Lune from Claude Debussy’s the LG-FH2 produced as much silence as much sound without any hint of hissing or buzzing during these quiet times, with higher register strings, bass, and vocals maintaining their presence in the spotlight.

Also, the system comes with built-in Karaoke feature and it suppresses the vocals in a song to convert it into a karaoke track. The mic is not included in the box of the speaker and if you planning to use this as Karaoke then you have to purchase it separately.

The 50W speaker can last for more than 9 hours while playing different genre with full volume.

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  1. jogender
    #1 jogender 19 April, 2017, 12:09


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  2. Kshitij
    #2 Kshitij 22 October, 2017, 08:33

    Does this unit come with a remote control or an app to function as a remote?

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