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Braven 710

Braven 710
alaScore 93

5 reviews

Sep, 2014

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Braven 710

 

The Braven 710 is a handsome portable Bluetooth speaker with some solid extra features, but its audio performance doesn't live up to its price.

Delivers tracks without deep bass cleanly and clearly. Can be used as speakerphone. Water-resistant design. Can be paired with another 710 for stereo

Distorts on deep bass tracks at top volumes. Lacks bass presence. Can move around when songs have intense vibrations

Once Bluetooth speakers graduate a certain price range—say, above $150—we expect certain things of them. One of those things is that they don't distort. Braven's 710 speaker, at $169.99 (direct), is a disappointment in that respect. It only distorts on...

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Braven 710 Portable Bluetooth Speaker Review

 

Review: Braven's 710 is a portable Bluetooth speaker that's the size of a brick, and just as tough, not to mention water resistant. If you're looking for a go-anywhere speaker, click to keep reading.

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Review: Braven 710 HD Wireless Speaker/Power Bank/Speakerphone

 

Braven seems to be cranking out their Bluetooth speakers at a frenzied pace. Witness the new, weatherproofed, aluminum-encased new Braven 710 HD Wireless Speaker/Power Bank/Speakerphone whose press release Allan wrote about here last week. It seems...

The ports include a microUSB one for charging the speaker (for which a cable is supplied, but nothing else), a regular USB port with 1A-1400mAh power for charging your other devices in a pinch, and 3.5mm AUX IN and AUX OUT ports for those devices that...

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Braven 710

 

The Braven 710 is a handsome portable Bluetooth speaker with some solid extra features, but its audio performance doesn't live up to its price.

On tracks with intense sub-bass content, like the Knife’s “Silent Shout,” the 710 distorts a tad at top volumes. The distortion would be less surprising if the price were a bit lower, or if the bass was a bit stronger, but it shouldn’t be happening in...

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