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GOgroove SonaVERSE

GOgroove SonaVERSE
alaScore 89

537 reviews

Sep, 2014

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Amazon.com review summary for GOgroove SonaVERSE

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 535 user reviews of GOgroove SonaVERSE from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other Speakers on Amazon.com.

85% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: GOgroove SonaVERSE USB Clip On Laptop Speaker Sound Bar (Red) w/ USB Plug-n-Play Design for Toshiba , Asus , HP , Samsung , Acer , Dell , Sony , LenovGOgroove SonaVERSE Ti USB Powered Multimedia Computer Speakers for PC Laptops , Notebooks , Chromebook , Ultrabooks , Desktops & More!GOgroove SonaVERSE USB Laptop Clip On Speaker (Red) w/ USB Plug-n-Play Sound Bar Design for Netbooks, Notebooks, Ultrabooks & More - Incl. Microfiber

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GoGroove SonaVerse O2i

 

The GoGroove SonaVerse O2i is a functional little pair of desktop speakers for just $30, but don't expect quality audio.

Low price. Small size. No clunky AC adapter. Blue LED light rings, if you like that sort of thing

Harsh treble. Distorts heavily on deep bass tracks. Cheap-feeling controls. Requires a USB port and a 3.5mm headphone jack, which looks messy on a laptop. Useless LED light dial

Plenty of bargain-basement PC speakers litter the shelves of electronics stores, but the question is whether any are good enough for the price. The USB-powered GoGroove SonaVerse O2i ($39.99 direct) tries to deliver actual bass response in a portable...

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GoGroove SonaVerse Ti

 

The GoGroove SonaVerse Ti is a very low-end pair of desktop PC speakers that get the job done, but nothing more.

Each speaker contains two tiny 1.5-inch paper cone drivers and a 5.5-watt amplifier. Accessory Power says there’s also a “passive bass woofer” inside, but I couldn’t see it; the enclosures aren’t vented, and there’s no visible passive radiator, so it...

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