ZOOOK ZB-Rocker Torpedo Bluetooth Speaker

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Price: ₹ 4,999

Key Specs

    Bluetooth Speaker, two stereo speakers, Total Power Output RMS (W)50 W, Bluetooth v4.1 with A2DP, HFP, HSP, EDR, range up to 10 m, 3.5 mm AUX input, micro USB port, 5200mAh Lithium-ion battery, Playback/Running Time up to 6-8 hrs, rubberized ABS material, 1.8 Kg

Pros: Rugged body, good sound output

Cons: AVRCP support missing

Bottomline: The ZOOOK Rocker Torpedo sounds good, feels good to hold and gives you the confidence you can take it along anywhere you go and more importantly, listen to it for hours together without needing a recharge.

A new entrant to the Indian audio segment, French company ZOOOK has unveiled the rugged Rocker Torpedo Bluetooth speaker. The speaker has nice rubberised body and looks quite solid from the outside. It is meant for outdoor party buffs, especially those who would like to take their music to serene, isolated locales. The company claims it to be having a waterproof chassis but we avoided testing it for that.

It has a firm plastic handle and rubber feet with the overall unit weighing 1.8 Kg. You can take it to a beach, rocky hills, gardens, wherever your fantasy takes you! The speakers provide a maximum power output of 50 watts (25W x 2) with a 5200 mAh battery. You can pair a smartphone via Bluetooth with the Torpedo, which just has buttons for power, volume, play/pause at the top. The back has a small trough where AUX and micro USB ports are housed, beneath another rubber flap. It comes with a USB cable, so you can charge it via a laptop or even your smartphone charger.

We played a lot of music on it, one that was high on bass, treble, ranging from pop, classical, rap and rock genres. The speaker is quite solid to move around with. During our usage, it did endure a few drops but didn’t show any bruises as a result. During our tests we could enjoy continuous music of upto 7 hrs 45 mins after full charge. The speaker has two drivers for highs and mid-range music with a nice silver colored and circular passive bass diaphragm placed at the rear. The thumping vibrations of this diaphragm made for an interesting sight though! However, a minor blip is that the speaker does not feature AVRCP so you can’t change tracks from the speaker itself.

The Rocker Torpedo provided good sound output for tracks that were rich in both bass and treble. The sound did not distort at high volumes at all. However, do not expect the sound to boom loud enough for you to get completely entrenched. They do well what they are supposed to do—provide decent sound quality for on-the-go entertainment.

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