Tech Squibs: Edifier Sound To Go PLUS

The Edifier Sound To Go PLUS is a step up from the developer's previous model.

John Scott Lewinski by John Scott Lewinski

SQUIB: a: a short humorous or satiric writing or speech; b: a short news item. (Merriam-Webster)

This Tech Squib highlights how a company can get a product right the second time around if they're open to customer "suggestions."

I had a chance to review the original Edifier Sound To Go sound bar and was surprised by the lack of volume and general "oomph" I could get out of it. Other uses ran into the same problem, so Edifier hunkered down and introduced the Edifier Sound To Go PLUS. Intended as a way to boost a laptop or other devices auto output, the unit has an auxiliary input for connection to smartphones, tablets, etc.

A USB rechargeable battery offers 10 hours of use and powers two full range 1.25” drivers on each channel with a Built-in "Class D" amplifier. We tried out the end result, and they got it right this at Edifier. The sound quality is greatly improved over its predecessor.

MSRP: $49.99

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