Antec SP1 Bluetooth Speaker

  • Overall Rating

  • Performance

  • Features

  • Price

Price: ₹ 4,999

Key Specs

    2*40mm Driver, 6W Power Output, Frequency Resonse:2.4-2.48 GHz, Sensitivity: 83dB, Impedance:4 ohms, Weight: 380g, Dimension: 40(H) x 23(W) x 15(D) mm

Pros: Battery

Cons: Design, Bass not powerful

Bottomline: Though the SP1 lacks in design but delivers overall fair sound signature with less complicated tracks.

SP1 speaker is a predecessor of SP Zero and where many manufacturers are experimenting and pushing new design patterns in a compact form factor, It sticks to the same rectangular design like a mini sound bar. It features grills on both front and back and a rubbery layer all around the speaker that houses buttons for volume up/down, pairing on top and power on/off, 3.5mm jack and charging port along the right side of speaker.

Good Sound Quality

Pairing the speaker is easier than Antec SP Zero as it has a dedicated button for power on/off and bluetooth pairing. Before diving further into sonic performance it is important to remember that there are limitations to the sound produced by a speaker coming in such sizes. When we fed the speaker with intense bass content it tries to push bass but sounded flat.

On sub-intense bass content tracks, it sounded good and delivered balanced sound signature along with soft bass. When it comes to vocals, it delivers very good sound and the vocals sound good even at low volume levels. There is no distortion when raising the volume to max levels. The speaker can act as a replacement for your smartphone and laptop speakers while watching movies or playing games.

It also sounded best when listening in close proximity. The built-in microphone delivers clear sound over a phone call and voice does not crack or fumble. On full charge, it deliveres battery life of 9 hours which is impressive.

No Comments so far

Jump into a conversation

No Comments Yet!

You can be the one to start a conversation.

<