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Fugoo Tough - Altavoz portátil (6), negro
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Descripción del producto
Adaptador AC incluido: Si
Alimentación: Batería, USB
Altura: 7,3 cm
Ancho: 19,8 cm
Auriculares: 3,5 mm
Autonomía: 40 h
Cables incluidos: Audio (3.5mm), USB
Canales de salida de audio: 1.0
Color del producto: Plata
Código IP (International Protection): IP67
Decodificación de audio aptX: Si
Funda de viaje: Si
Interfaz: Bluetooth/3.5 mm
Interruptor de encendido/apagado integrado: Si
Micrófono incorporado: Si
Modo manos libres: Si
Número de altavoces: 6
Número de dispositivos: 6
Perfiles de Bluetooth: A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HSP
Peso: 643 g
Profundidad: 6,1 cm
Puerto USB: Micro-USB
Puerto de carga USB: Si
Rango de frecuencia: 60 - 20000 Hz
Tamaño de tweeter: 2,8 cm
Tecnología de batería: Ión de litio
Tecnología de conectividad: Inalámbrico y alámbrico
Tecnología inalámbrica: Bluetooth
Temperatura de funcionamiento (refrigeración) (T-T): -10 - 55 °C
Tiempo de recarga de la batería: 3,5 h
Tipo de batería: Integrado
Tipo de dirección de micrófono: Omni
Tipo de imán: Neodimio
Tipo de producto: Mono
Tipo de subwoofer: Pasivo
Uso recomendado: Universal
Versión de Bluetooth: 4.0
alcance Bluetooth: 10 m
Opiniones de clientes
Principales opiniones de clientes
la calidad del producto es muy buena, los cables, el cargador, todo está muy bien, durabilidad de la bateria,
de tamaño es compacto, pero tampoco es muy pequeño
para mi lo malo es que un altavoz de 50€ suena igual, cosa que para mi no justifica la diferencia de precio
si mejoraran ese aspecto seria perfecto
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I really wanted to buy the Roar, but its not really a beach/camping/travel type speaker.
The Nyne Bass was simply too big. Maybe if it were just going to sit on a mantle, but I have a receiver and speakers in that case.
The TDK was in the running till the end, but appeared to be a notch or two below the Fugoo and The Boom. Battery tech/life specifically.
I think the Mini Bose is ugly. The Big Bose lacked battery life and sportyness. And honestly not a fan of bose.
I was so concerned about sound, I really considered the Zipp. I really believe it has the best sound quality from my "research", but no bluetooth, 4 hour battery, and its too delicate to toss around in a bag or cooler or have kids play with it.
The G-Boom seems too big also, but such a great price and such good reviews. If it was jobsite only, pretty sure this one would be a no-brainer, but I work in an office.
For the Klipsch 3 its too big. Andrew Luck is a big guy and it still looks huge in his arms. D batteries . . . really?
Klipsch 1 had several bad reviews here on amazon that I believed. One compares it unfavorably to the Boom. If its even in the same sound neighborhood and over $100 more than the Boom . . .
Klipsch Gig, too many bad reviews.
The Big Jambox has been out for like 3 years. They should rev it yearly and call it the Big Jambox III or something, like Bose does, to make me at least feel like they updated the tech. If they had, I probably wouldn't have even done the research and just bought that one right of the bat.
UE Boom and Fugoo checked all the boxes. The only complaint I heard about the Fugoo was loudness which it sounded like it was addressed in several firmware updates. It had the best battery, most water proof, and maybe eensy bit better fidelity. So I bought it. The few days it took to receive, I was concerned that I should have bought the Boom.
I opened the box, paired, put on some pink floyd. It sounded fantastic but definitely played way too quiet. I had it turned up all the way, 3 feet from my wife and she didn't even yell at me to turn it down. From someone who gets angry when I chew too loud, that is saying something. I went to the website, downloaded firmware and put it on there. Painless 5 minutes. I could probably piss her off from the next room now.
I'm very happy. Its impressive engineering that they get the bass and sound quality from something so relatively small. It meets all my needs. I can't say if its better than the Boom, but I'm not really worried about it.
Hope this helps.
First, let's remember the limitations of Bluetooth speakers:
1. The music source is usually your phone, which has used very "lossy" compression to be stored on your device. So it's not particularly crisp and much of the subtlety has been permanently lost.
2. It requires a digital-to-analog converter to turn the electronic signal into sound. I spent more than the cost of this Fugoo for just the converter in my home stereo (it's a Schitt Bifrost, by the way, also a steal for audiophiles).
3. Bluetooth itself loses a lot of fidelity - compare using a wire and using Bluetooth in your car, if you have the music Bluetooth connection in your vehicle.
Given these significant limitations, the sound from this little thing is amazing! If you need something louder than this, use headphones or wire up some real speakers. I've played opera, hard rock, acoustic, jazz and classical music through it in the first hours, and all are represented quite faithfully.
It has good tonal balance and delivers sound that is as good as anyone could expect from such a tiny box. If you don't think it delivers bass, put it in the corner of a room (this will reinforce the bass for any speaker). I can hear cymbals, sibilance and snares (yeah, I'm a drummer).
Buy it. You won't be disappointed.
No, you won't be able to use this to pump music for an outdoor party. Yes, you will be able to use this for you and a few friends hanging at the beach, or sitting around a campfire. I played it at the highest volume while vacuuming my car out, and I could still hear the music, albeit, not very well.
After receiving this, I went online to download the upgrade, and after about an hour of attempts (because I'm a computer retard probably lol), figured out that I had to turn off my firewall in order to download the upgrade, which comes in some retarded file format that I've never heard of before...and this ultimately still didn't make that much of a difference in sound volume.
I bought this for the versatility and durability, because I love the outdoors, so I'll take this hiking and cycling. But then again, I'm older. If I was young college student and hanging out with a lot of friends, I probably should not be purchasing this, and should be considering a stereo system instead. Having said that, I'm not an electronics or musical genius, so maybe they elected to keep quality sound knowing that the may have to sacrifice volume to let it be so??? I'll take quality sound any day!
8 out of 10 stars from me.
Worth the wait and the money though! I have used it for 5 days now, and i've never really had a product that has compelled me to leave a good review (yeah 4 Asian stars is good).
Sound Quality - Seriously Good
This is what compelled me to write the review after all. I rushed to unboxed it and quickly got it to work with my MacBook. Paired quickly and next thing i knew, magic started flowing out of it. I've had a couple of higher-end earbuds (EarSonics SM3, Westone 3, Ultimate Ears TripleFi, UE700, Klipsch S4, X10, Creative Aurvanas), though this is my first portable speaker. I was looking for a speaker with distinct speakers for lows and highs, and in particular highs that are not covered up by booming basses. The highs are clean, the mids are robust, and the bass is not over-powering. It worked really well to the light jazz and acoustics songs that i usually listen to. For earbuds, there tends to be a break-in period where they all sound crappy for the first 100hours or so. Not sure if this needs to be broken in as well? If it sounds this good out of the box, i look forward to a better future with this little guy. I would have given this full marks, but i'm Asian and therefore stingy with giving anything perfect scores.
Volume - More than Sufficient
Ignore what they said about the volume being a deal breaker. I travel alot and i intended to use this for hotel rooms and the occasional driving. This is more than suitable for it. I have never had to turn this to anywhere near max volume, and i've never had to enter the loud mode at all. Even with the not insignificant road noise on my good old asian Honda City, mid-loudness was sufficient. I don't do those outdoor parties though. Asians don't do parties.
Battery Life - Infinite
5 days ago, the dude in the speaker told me the battery was about 3/4 full. After about 8 hours of usage at mid volume (because it's enough), the guy still told me that it was about 3/4 full. A quick back-of-the-envelope calculation with my superior mathematics worked that out to infinity. This stuff is magic.
Build Quality - Solid
This is something i would throw at someone. It's definitely capable of doing substantial damage while keeping itself intact.
Bluetooth Pairing - Passable
So this thing pairs really fast. I got it to work on my MacBook within 20 seconds. After a while, i connected it to my China Asian phone, which it also promptly recognized and fell subject to. Unfortunately, the range is really limited to 10m line-of-sight (we use meters everywhere else in the world. That's 33ft for you). Plenty of blind spots behind walls. But it's gonna work fine for my hotel room usage. There's also an issue with patchy connection with my Asian China phone. With my American made-in-China MacBook, i had some trouble connecting it this morning. The dude in the speaker kept saying "Connected, Disconnected, Connected, Disconnected". I eventually restarted the speaker and it's working fine now.
Water and Dust - Not Tested
This thing is electronic. IT IS NOT NATURAL TO BE BATHING WITH ELECTRONICS IN YOUR BATHTUB WITH YOUR RUBBER DUCKIES. And honestly, I don't usually rub $150 on the floor, neither do i toss it in the sandpit.
I'll update this again if it screws up, or if the sound breaks in and i get further impressed. In the meantime, I do think i've found a gem in this without overpaying for all the branding and advertising stuff. I might eventually get another one for true stereo sound. Whatever they say about the 6 speaker drivers, this thing is way too small for sound to be reaching both your ears in a surround-sound manner. I've tried balancing it on my head, no luck.
When the Fugoo Tough arrived at first, I was not sure what to think, because the speaker was quite small, and if you know much about speakers, you know that it is very difficult and quite rare to get a high-quality sound out of a small form. But then I paired it with my phone and started playing some music, and man was I blew away. The thing actually managed to shake the counter it was placed on, and that was before updating it to the new firmware which includes a 'loud mode'. This wasn't your classic Bluetooth speaker sound either, because it actually managed to have extremely high-quality sound throughout the entire volume range. I was especially impressed by the lows coming out of the small speakers. The fact that it has 360 degree sound is another plus, and it makes a great speaker for parties or other activities.
The primary reason I bought this was to take on a boat because it is rugged and waterproof. And for this task, I would recommend no other speaker. The small size actually made it easy to place the speaker where it wouldn't fall or get lost, and it was loud enough to be heard clearly when cruising full throttle over 30 mph. And if the waves splashed at us, I did not need to worry about keeping my new $160 speaker safe, which allowed me to focus more on driving and navigating the waters.
Overall, this speaker surprised me, and now I use it more often than I anticipated, and I would feel confident taking this speaker nearly anywhere with me.