Kinivo M2 Bluetooth 2.1 Speaker system with NFC pairing (56W)
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- 2.1 speaker system is designed for computers, laptops, tablets, smartphones, iPod, iPhone, iPad and Android devices
- Easy to wirelessly pair and connect Bluetooth enabled devices with NFC. Satellite speakers are wired to the subwoofer, but you can wirelessly connect the smartphone / tablet / pc via Bluetooth
- Rich and powerful 56W speaker system enhances your audio experience for music, gaming, movies, and other entertainment
- Front facing volume control and adjustable bass and treble dials in rear of subwoofer system
- Play audio from a 3.5mm audio port or seamlessly stream audio from any Bluetooth (A2DP) capable media player
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The Kinivo M2 Bluetooth speaker is a top of the line stereo speaker system featuring a powerful subwoofer for a rich, deep bass experience and an auxiliary input cable to connect non-Bluetooth devices via the 3.5mm headphone jack. Features bass and treble dials and a large volume control for easy volume adjustment. The M2 supports NFC for quick and easy Bluetooth pairing with NFC capable devices. Key Features - Powerful subwoofer for deep, rich bass audio - 56W of premium sound for home and open areas - Play audio from 3.5mm audio source or wirelessly from Bluetooth capable devices - Source button to switch between Bluetooth and auxiliary input - Large lighted volume dial - Bass and treble dials for adjustment - NFC for quick and easy Bluetooth pairing with NFC capable devices such as the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Google Nexus 7 Device Compatibility - All Bluetooth (A2DP) capable devices - All 3.5mm audio output capable devices - Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 computers with a Bluetooth adapter - Macbook Pro, Macbook Air, iMac, Mac Mini, etc. - Tablets - Windows, Apple, Android, Kindle - Smartphones - Android, Blackberry, Windows, iPhone - All MP3 players, CD players, laptops, tablets and other music devices with a 3.5mm audio socket What's in the Box - Subwoofer - 2 Satellite Speakers - RCA to 3.5mm Stereo Audio Cable - User Manual
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The good: Good speakers in a small package. The bass does a good thumping job, especially when placed on a hardwood floor. The tweeters do a decent enough job at moderate volume and you can separate them enough to get true stereo. Unit has AUX input for hooking up a source other than wireless, which is actually nice. Plays an audio tone to let you know that it is paired every time so you know it is ready to play.
The bad: The bass can be turned so loud it distorts the music and drowns out the tweeters. It takes a bit a fiddling to get everything balanced decently. And that wouldn't be a big deal, except all the controls are on the bass unit, which is on the FLOOR. So every time you need to adjust the bass, treble, or VOLUME, you need to crawl down there and do that, then get back up and step away to see if it worked, because, of course, you are too close to it when you are ADJUSTING it. What this speaker set really needs, is a remote.
The wishlist: A remote. The remote needs the following buttons: On/Off, Volume, Treble, Bass, AUX in On/Off, Sync. Speaker stands for the satellite speakers. (Buy these separately.) The little satellites are good enough, but they have a sharp cutoff if you set them on a table or entertainment center. To get good coverage, get speaker stands.
If you are setting up a remote speaker system and want good bass, then get these. If you don't care about the bass so much, there are more compact options. These worked for me and I do recommend them if you like music with a thump. :)
The system is very loud and easily fills most rooms with a lot of sound. The sub has a decent "boom" to it. I highly recommend this affordable system for anyone that needs audio for their LP turntable, or as a simple but effective way of streaming audio from some other E-device. Plus it looks pretty sleek as well. There are slots in the back of the small speakers so you can wall-mount them on a screw head, which is what I did. My one minor gripe is the cords are short, and are NOT interchangeable. The speaker cords are about 4-5 feet long only, and the power cord is less than 7 feet. All in all, a clean sounding, clean looking system.
It's not a perfect system however.
First off, the packaging is weak. My styrofoam was broken in the box. All the components were undamaged(except a small ding on the corner of the subwoofer which does not affect performance) but there were little bits of foam stuck to the speakers.
The sub is the best part of this system, it's solid wood and puts out decent bass.
The satellite speakers are very lightweight plastic and appear fragile with no speaker covers. The satellite speaker wires are super thin and
also a bit too short.
The satellites sound pretty good until you turn the volume up high, at which point distortion increases noticeably.
I contacted Kinivo about the inferior packaging and also asked them about the specifications for the M2 Bluetooth stereo.
They did get back to me and offered a return on the system if there was any damage, but gave me no answers about the M2's specs.
Here's what I learned about the M2:
The sub puts out 28 watts max: freq. response 30Hz-100Hz.
The two satellites have combined 28 watts max; freq. response 250Hz-20KHz
Maybe you're wondering what happened to the frequencies between 100Hz and 250Hz, called low mid-range or 'power' range.
Bass, drums, guitars, sequencers all produce frequencies in this range.
Listening to the system the sound is a bit thin even with the bass turned up. The missing mid-range frequencies are probably the reason.
So it's not close to audiophile grade, but for sixty bucks you get an easy to pair 2.1 Bluetooth speaker that gets loud.
edit 10/10/15: This system now costs $120.00 new. At this price point there are many other speakers available with better sound and higher quality.