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iWalk Sound Angle Wireless Bluetooth Speaker Review - A Few Nights Out with the iWalk Sound Angle

iWalk Sound Angle Wireless Bluetooth Speaker Review
iWalk's Sound Angle doesn't just look great, it sounds great, too. Follow as Anthony tells us all about it in his review.
| Portable Speakers in Audio, Sound & Speakers | Posted: Dec 23, 2013 10:01 pm
TweakTown Rating: 92%Manufacturer: iWalk

A Few Nights Out with the iWalk Sound Angle

 

I don't like testing these types of devices in a sterile environment - such as my office, so I took it out socially with me when I catch up with friends.

 

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This way I can test it out in a variety of environments, which is perfect for a portable speaker. I used the iWalk Sound Angle outside, and it was surprisingly good outside. It was loud enough at times to have to turn it down, and being wireless, it was as easy as whipping out my smartphone and tapping the volume rocker a few times.

 

In a small room (enough for 5-6 people to be sitting or standing around), the speaker really stood out. It was echoing the sound off of the walls, bouncing audio around without a problem.

 

I did use it in my office on the first day, and had it cranked while I was doing some house work - it filled half the house with sound, something I was utterly surprised with. There are only two 3.5W speakers inside of this thing, yet it can blast out some surprising quality.

 

It is not too heavy to tote around, and the microUSB-powered side of it is great. One of the nights I took it out, it started running low on battery, so I plugged in one of my iWalk portable batteries into it (reviews coming soon) and it continued for the rest of the night, all while charging up.

 

You'll get around 6-8 hours of listening out of it, depending on the music and the volume it is being played at. I averaged around 6-7 hours over a testing period of two nights out, fully recharging it in-between, and a few hours here and there in-between, without it needing to be charged.

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