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Divoom Bluetune-BEAN

Divoom Bluetune-BEAN
alaScore 93

6 reviews

Aug, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the reliability and value for money are generally positive.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Speakers the Divoom Bluetune-BEAN is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 93/100 = Excellent quality.

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Divoom Bluetune Bean

 

The Divoom Bluetune Bean is a $30 portable Bluetooth speaker that performs about as well as you'd expect, but maybe that's all you need.

Insanely cheap. Decent audio performance at moderate volumes on tracks without deep bass. Can be used as wireless speakerphone. Easily portable design

Distorts wildly on tracks with deep bass at high volumes. Overall sound signature is very treble heavy. GSM interference can be an issue

At $29.99 (direct), it would be ridiculous to have great expectations for the Divoom Bluetune Bean portable Bluetooth speaker. Basically, as long as it turns on, pairs, and emits some form of listenable audio, it's doing its job. On tracks that don't...

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Divoom Bluetune-Bean Review

 

Divoom is a company we've come across before in the past, but for the vast majority of people, it's still widely regarded as unfamiliar brand name. Well, that's partly because they specialize primarily in affordable portable Bluetooth speakers – and...

Cute design & available in different colors ; Compact, so it's travel-friendly ; Affordable pricepoint

Shrill audio output at the loudest setting ; Strained tone at times

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Divoom Bluetune Bean

 

The Divoom Bluetune Bean is a $30 portable Bluetooth speaker that performs about as well as you'd expect, but maybe that's all you need.

As one might predict upon first glance, the Bean is a distortion factory on tracks with serious sub-bass content, like The Knife’s “Silent Shout.” The distortion creeps in at moderate volumes, and at high volumes completely overtakes the speaker—but...

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