Braven BRV-1 Glacier - Altavoz inalámbrico portátil, negro con detalle azul
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El BRV-1 permite a los amantes de los deportes de aventura y a los apasionados del aire libre disfrutar de 12 horas de música en el campo, la montaña, en skate parks, pistas de esquí, rápidos de rafting o incluso en la playa. Con certificado IPX5 de resistencia al agua y un diseño compacto que cabe en la palma de la mano, amortiguador de golpes y ultraligero, este altavoz está preparado para enfrentarse a cualquier situación.
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También lo usa mi hermano cuando va al skatepark y la gente se sorprende de la potencia.
Se empareja muy fácil con los móviles y iPad.
El acabado es espectacular, todo recubierto de goma antideslizante.Tiene unas pequeñas patas debajo para el subwofer y tiene dos altavoces estéreo.Al colocarse sobre una superficie lisa al estar levantado los graves suenan tremendos.
Se puede cambiar de canción, y pausar.
Tiene micrófono por lo que si te llaman se puede contestar y hablar directamente desde el altavoz.
La batería dura bastante,no te va a dejar tirado.
El único "pero" es que para conectar a la salida auxiliar cualquier mp3 o aparato hay que desenroscar la tapa y no tiene cordón de sujeción, por lo que queda suelta por ahí y puedes perderla
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This little device has been responsible for more parties in more countries that I care to admit. I was particularly attracted to this Bluetooth speaker because it's durable in every sense of the word. Any time you have a portable device, you need to take into consideration all the things that come with portability such as water, impacts, etc. I've had this speaker since October 2014, and it still functions like it's brand new. Within the two years I've had this, it has withstood heavy impacts, large falls, complete submersion in sand, both fresh, salt water, and spills from colorful liquids in hotels. I have never had a problem with its function or issues connecting. You can literally pour sand, water, and dirt directly into the speaker and pour it out only to find that it works just as well as before.
The sound quality is excellent. Its bass comes from the bottom of the speaker so it sounds better when its on a surface that can reflect the sound. It's loud enough for the beach and on a kayak in open waters (please refer to photos) and the perfect size to take as a carry-on or to throw in your bag to have an amazing system literally wherever you go.
The battery itself lasts a very long time. With minimal use, I charge it once a month at its worst. On 5-6 days long trips, I don't charge it at all because that's how long the battery lasts. It's rated for 12 hours. Not to mention, the battery can charge your phone in case your phone dies. However, with my iphone 6, I was not able to get nearly a full charge from the battery. It's simply not big enough.
Overall, this is an amazing speaker for ALL of your travel purposes, whether on an expedition to mountain-tops (yes, I've taken this on expeditions) or a simple weekend getaway. The sound quality is phenomenal, the battery is great, it's submersible, and it can withstand insane impacts (check out the video Braven has dropping this off a building and running it over with a hummer... it really is that durable). You won't be disappointed in any way. It's everything you want in a portable speaker. It simply won't let you down... even after two years of hard use!
I've had this speaker for about 2 months now, works flawlessly every time. Connection is fast & pairs easy. Battery life is as claimed. I get a good 10 to 12 hours out of a single charge. Sound is top notch, easily loud enough to hear in a noisy environment. Highs & mid's are accurate & give the speaker a wide sound stage. Plenty of bass which is solid & punchy to fill in the overall sound. Perfect for what I use it for. I've tried several bluetooth speakers for work & this one by far out shines the speakers I have tried. It's overall functionality, easy of use & durability have made this my "go to" speaker...it's also loud enough to use in a car on the freeway with the windows down.
Does this unit put out audiophile quality sound? No. It sounds like music from a small, cheap speaker. Because that's what it is. We live in a world where physics control sound, you simply aren't going to host a dance party with this thing. What they HAVE done with this is amazing. The sound is balanced, I can hear all the instruments rather than imagining where the bass guitar should be, the cymbals sound good, the vocals are clear. And it's plenty loud enough.
So what's small and cheap sounding about it? Easy, you can hear the resonation of the case. If you hold it while it's playing, the vibrations clearly come through your hand, and that colors the sound a fair amount. Under the circumstances, I can't say it bothers me much though. If you buy a nice pair of studio monitors, or a nice pair of high end home speakers, one of the big things you're paying for is the bracing in the cabinets that keep them from vibrating and resonating with the music, and coloring the sound - you want to hear the pure sound from the speakers, not the enclosures. But this is expensive, and heavy. The BRV-1 is neither of these things. In fact, it's so light, when I first picked it up I questioned if there was enough battery in the unit to last as long as they claimed. But rest assured there is.
As far as volume is concerned, I haven't bothered to pull out my decibel meter and measure it, and here's why: It's loud enough. When I'm in the woods, sometimes it's a park in the middle of town, and sometimes it's not. But I don't want to drown out everything around me, I just want to hear my music. So what music am I listening to that sounds good on this? Pretty much everything. Metal, country, blues, stomp, classic rock - anything that has enough energy to make me want to keep going and tap my foot. And the very bottom line on this unit - it reproduces the music faithfully enough to make you want to tap your foot.
Now, as I was auditioning speakers, there were a few that stood out as sounding better than this. They were all much heavier than I wanted to carry. Several were louder, but didn't sound as balanced. And some sounded pretty good, and were light enough to carry, but didn't have enough battery to stay with me all day. So at the end of the day, I chose this speaker, and I have no regrets.
The BRV-1 is completely different. It's an ugly/cute little thing. Lightweight (although hefty considering its size). It feels much more rugged. I love the lanyard - you can carry the speaker with it, or hang the speaker from the showerhead. The first music I played on the BRV-1 was some Sinatra big-band. It sounded very tiny. But, after the EQ setting on the iPod was adjusted the sound was much improved. I've never messed with the setting before, but it did make a difference. The sound is darn good - better than I expected from a speaker this size.
Another thing I like about the BRV-1 is that charging is via a standard micro-USB cable. It comes with a USB cable. But, at this point most folks have a bunch of micro-USB power cords from cell phones, Kindles, etc. My Kindle charger is charging the BRV-1 just fine. The A33, on the other hand, has to be charged via the large power cord supplied by TDK.
Establishing a bluetooth connection with the BRV-1 was easy. There hasn't been any issue with it dropping the connection (used with an iPad 3, iPod touch 3, and iPod touch 5). Even after playing for most of a day it for most of the day, it still has a substantial charge left. (Braven advertises a 12-hr. playtime, and that seems about right.) You can see how much charge the battery has left by connecting it to a power supply - there are 5 lights that show how much it's got left.
On the negative side, the BRV-1 isn't as particularly loud. If you like to blast your music, this isn't the speaker for you. Also, I wish that the cap was somehow attached so that you wouldn't have to worry about misplacing it. (Has to be removed to charge the speaker) If you loose that cap, it's no longer water resistant.
I'm very happy with the BRV-1. It's exactly what I was looking for.