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RIVA Turbo X High Performance Premium Mobile Bluetooth Speaker

  • RIVA’s Turbo X is a premium Bluetooth® mobile speaker that delivers an unmatched personal entertainment system that perfectly compliments listeners’ modern lifestyle. Turbo X delivers best-in-class audio by combining our proprietary ADX Trillium™ technology for truly immersive sound, Trillium™ Surround for an enhanced movie & gaming experience, and TURBO mode to boost music up to 100 dB. Packed with 45 watts of power, a 26+ hour battery life, Charge Out for your phone or tablet, and speakerphone, Turbo X is setting a higher audio standard! TRILLIUM™The RIVA Difference! Trillium™ is ADX’s™ proprietary audio technology that enlarges audio image while allowing the signal power of the audio to be reproduced without excessive compression. This means you get truly immersive sound and clear, powerful bass to fill your room.TRILLIUM™ SURROUNDRIVA’s multidimensional surround sound intensifies and expands the audio-visual experience of movies, video games, TV and more! Trillium™ Surround, when coupled with our Trillium™ audio technology, delivers an even wider sound field that places you in the center of your favorite multimedia adventures. TURBO EQ BOOSTRIVA’s TURBO EQ boost mode takes sound to over 100 dB! Maximize your listening pleasure for a party, movie watching or battling the evil forces in your favorite video game.THE PURE FLOW OF AUDIORIVA designed Turbo&r

Recent Reviews

  1. salla45
    Mature sound, a modern classic
    Written by salla45
    Published Jun 23, 2016
    Pros - Really good, balanced sound, non-fatiguing, slick design, heft, battery life
    Cons - No rugged option, not really viable to set up as a stereo pair; may not initially impress
    I bought the Riva Turbo X after doing a bit of online homework and also after having bought a Fugoo for my wife for her birthday (jealous!!).
    The reviews were hyping me up really badly and I must admit I was taken in hook, line and sinker.
    I was originally going to go for the Fugoo XL, but after reading all the reviews touting the Riva as being the "best thing" from a sound quality point of view, I went with them.
    This review is primarily intended as a subjective sound quality and general impressions review.
    When I got the parcel from a local supplier for 279chf via the post, my immediate impression was "wow, small box, but some weight there". I quickly unpacked the speaker and out came a black brick, basically. Nice finish; a quite pleasing, lifestyle product, in my opinion.
    So, I powered her up and attached my mojo and started listening.
    My initial impression was distinctly underwhelming, I must admit. I am not sure what I was expecting, but having been taken by the hype I must admit, it wasn't this. It seemed I was hearing a bit of a muddy sound, narrow soundstage, mid-bass hump.
    I do try to not make snap decisions about things so I let them burn in (and for my brain to adjust too!) over a few hours yesterday and tried different placements, and programme material and slowly my opinion changed and the little Riva began to grow on me ALOT more.
    One HAS to put these things in context. What we have here is a battery powered box about 9 inches long, 3 inches deep and high. One can't expect this to replace some FAR more voluminous stereo speakers which are mains powered. I am really not sure what I had in mind, something to rival my A5's or KEF X300A's? Haha.
    I started listening more closely to them and found that the sound quality is actually quite fine. Nicely dynamic (but not in a false way), detailed, layered, good frequency response and even a micro-soundstage. There is a mid bass hump, and it sounds a little forced, but it's no where near as bad as on the A2 Audioengines for example, and the frequency response is pretty smooth from around 65-70hz up to around 10k where it tails off, to give a bit of a "dark sound". It's entirely listenable and non-fatiguing.
    The bass is really pretty decent and tuneful. Am currently typing this listening to some Tony Joe White, really old stuff from the early 70's and it's sounding great. I am able to follow bass lines and their melody is clear. The bass is not swamping any thing and gives a nice full rich sound signature. It's a little boxy, depending on material, but again to be expected given what they are!
    Midrange is super, nice clear vocals and instruments genuinely stand out with good separation and layering, so you can pick out and following strands and instruments quite well. There even moments that the box disappears, leaving the sound behind, which is pretty cool.
    Treble is a bit rolled off. It would have been nice if they could have incorporated an advanced tweeter in the mix, but that would have engendered more cost, size, weight and complexity, I am sure. As it is I don't feel anything is missing, but the treble does lack a bit of sparkle. But it is natural sounding; what is there is quite sweet. 
    Compared to the Fugoo, it's like you are comparing a fine full bodied mature Bordeau to a young Beaujolais. The Fugoo is impressive in a boom and tizz way. The Riva sounds more like a classic good hifi from the 70's; mellow and smooth. In some respects it reminds me of the old Roberts Radios, remember those?
    I am liking it more and more. Its definitely something which benefits both from a physical burn-in period and to allow one to accustomise oneself to its signature.
    Volume-wise, it's distinctly not a party speaker (and would be a shame really to push it for hours on end), but it will crank up loud enough to provide a very decent listening experience.
    One thing I would REALLY like to see is an option to be able to link up 2 Turbos via bluetooth or in a master-slave arrangement so you can wire connect a dac to one and it would split stereo and send left or right to a 2nd unit. I think part of my initial chagrin was due to the fact I really needed to get used to the tiny soundstage. The "Trillium" feature is a bit of a gimmick, in my opinion. It's a good implementation however and suitable for some material; it just doesn't do a great deal overall and I must admit, I prefer to not use any processing whilst listening.
    After a rocky start, I must admit I am now enjoying the little Riva immensely. I like the whole package, I like the weight. People have complained the Turbo is heavy to its detriment, but I think its a plus. I like speakers to have a certain reassuring heft to them.
    The design is svelte, I like the glossy top and wrap around grill. I would like to see some optional cradle to ruggedise the unit and also the aforementioned ability to configure a stereo pair, but otherwise, I think it's just right.
    Sound quality is classic, smooth, understated, non-fatiguing and one's appreciation of it grows as one listens more. It does not initially wow in any way, but like a good wine or whiskey, the more you have of it, the better it gets and it take a little while to discover all it's nuances.
    One thing I would say is that I much prefer listening to it in wired mode via my Mojo than using the bluetooth option via my cellphone. The Mojo confers better layering, detail, and also allows you to push the boundaries of volume much more than the phone. Just whack the volume on full on the Riva and control the volume via the Mojo. Its a much nicer, natural, experience. Oh, and for general purposes, the Turbo feature is completely unnecessary. Only use if you really want to push the sound envelope, imho; its just another another piece of sound processing to colour the sound.
    Overall...Highly Recommended, but don't be surprised if you find it a little underwhelming to begin with.
  2. twister6
    A wireless Bluetooth speaker that makes you go WOW!
    Written by twister6
    Published Apr 24, 2015
    Pros - 7-speaker design, 45W of power, aptX support, fantastic remote app, Surround and Turbo sound modes
    Cons - more appropriate for indoor use, no NFC or transport controls

    Before I start my review, I would like to Thank RIVA Audio team for a review sample of Turbo X provided to me in exchange for my honest opinion.

    ### UPDATE 5-4-15 - scroll to the bottom of the review to read about RIVA Turbo X carry bag ###
    Thanks to the original Jambox, going back a few years, wireless speakers used to be a popular “accessory” for your smartphone and tablet.  Consumer electronics market was flooded with all these cute and colorful speakers with a tiny sound, only a fraction louder than a phone itself.  But just like with any new trend, the infatuation doesn’t last for too long and the product either evolves or slowly fades away from a spotlight.  As expected, for a number of companies it faded away because they decided to scale up their mini speakers into bigger and louder versions without realizing that sound quality remained the same, only a few dBs louder.  At the same time, a few premium audio quality wireless speakers have emerged with a performance approaching some of the wired setups.  One thing these premium speakers had in common was companies behind them with deep roots in pro audio design and manufacturing, not just someone who decided to add speakers to their lineup of accessories or used celebrity endorsements for credibility.
    One of such star-quality products I just had a chance to review came from a company you probably never heard of before, but after testing their latest Turbo X Bluetooth wireless speaker – I can tell you with certainty they have a potential of becoming the next household name.  RIVA Audio was launched only a year ago, as a lifestyle brand of Audio Design Experts (ADX) headed by none other than a legendary “star” himself – Rikki Farr.  With 45 years of experience in building and designing audio products and over 30 Platinum and Gold certified studio record awards while working with some of the top legendary bands – you can rest assured that a chairman and CCO of ADX knows a thing or two about music!!!  But were they [RIVA/ADX] able to encapsulate a wealth of this knowledge and experience into their new compact Bluetooth wireless speaker?  Let’s see what I found.
    Even so I usually start my review with a description of the packaging, I wanted to mention how much I was impressed with the actual shipping box and thick pieces of styrofoam used inside to make sure packaging box would arrive undamaged.  Packaging box itself was made out of high quality thick carton and had a detailed description of key features, included accessories, technical spec, and even a picture of their Ground Control app.  The list of key features really sets a tone to make you realize about dealing with a serious audio product.  Of course, the focal point of the exterior packaging is a picture of the speaker on the front and the view of inner design on the back.  You can clearly see how much pride RIVA takes in their product by showcasing their design, inside out!  With a top of the packaging box off, you'll find a small rectangular speaker sitting on a pedestal of inner base, including more protection inside to prevent RIVA Turbo X from any damage.  I do have to admit, it's not a lightweight product, and I was impressed with the amount of thought that went into packaging of it to make sure Turbo X arrives at your doorstep intact.
    After removing a speaker from the box, you gain access to all the included accessories stored in the base underneath.  Here you will find AC power supply, 70" 3.5mm to RCA connector (to connect Turbo X to your external audio source with RCA output port), 48" 3.5mm male-to-male audio cable (to connect Turbo X to any non-bluetooth 3.5mm audio port), and a very comprehensive manual.  There is also a special Phono Mode you can activate by holding "+" and "-" buttons together so you can use Turbo X with a turntable that has a low audio output.  Although not being able to use a common micro-usb cable for charging, I completely understand why RIVA went with AC power supply (impressive 19V/3.42A output) for a faster charging of its internal massive battery.  Even so I didn't see anywhere mentioning of the actual mAh capacity, a mere fact of 26+ hours of battery life (with Surround and Turbo off, and at 75dB of volume level) and capability to charge other devices makes you realize you are dealing with a high capacity rechargeable battery.
    Another included accessory is I/O splash cover - a very clever way to cover the exposed usb, audio, and power ports on the back.  What makes it unique is how you can store this I/O cover plugged on the bottom of the speaker so you don't loose it.  When in need to cover up open ports - it goes right in with a secure fit, and still providing an access to power button.
    So how does Turbo X looks once out of the box?  There is nothing "cute" or "colorful" about it, instead you are looking at a very elegant design in a shape of a straight forward brick.  Surrounded by a mesh grill around front/back and sides, it doesn't scream "look at me", and as I later found out - it grabs your attention with its sound rather than flashy looks.  The bottom of the speaker has two rubber feet for an excellent non-slip grip with a surface as well as some dampening of the weight pressure.  That is something you will feel right away with a weight of over 3lbs and dimensions of 9" x 4" x 3.5".  Unlike other audio products, when it comes to speakers - having "extra" weight is actually a good thing knowing you're dealing with quality drivers and amp inside of it.
    Moving on to the top, you have a plethora of illuminated capacitive touch buttons with a proximity sensor that triggers all buttons to lit up as you hover your hand over it - excellent idea when you are in the dark.  You can also lock these keys by pressing Mute and "-" buttons together.  Of course, all the functionality is duplicated on the remote app for your phone, but more about it later.  Here we have a Power, Bluetooth pair-up, Volume up/down/mute (3 separate buttons), and S (to activate Trillium Surround) and T (to activate TURBO) buttons.  One thing I wish would have been included or somehow implemented is a transport control in order to play/pause and skip songs from within a speaker, though this functionality is already mirrored in a remote app.  Plus, it’s understandable that every button (or combination of buttons) has multiple functionality, so it's a challenge to add more controls. 
    Also, at the top you have a dual noise and echo canceling mics for Speakerphone functionality.  This speakerphone functionality is a great bonus, but to be honest I never really used it with any of my wireless speakers, and consider it to be just a nice "bonus", no more or less.  For a speakerphone functionality, you can Accept or Reject the call right from the speaker by using T and S buttons.   Last, but not least, the top of the speaker is plastic with a glossy piano finish which somewhat a fingerprint magnet.
    At the bottom on the back of the speaker you have a selection of different ports, which as I mentioned before can also be protected with removable I/O cover.  In there you will find 3.5mm auxiliary input, a micro-usb data input for a future firmware upgrades (a very important feature), a physical power button (another brilliant idea to make sure touch buttons on the top are disabled and battery is not wasted when not in use), USB charge out port (though labeled as iPad/iPhone it designed to charge any device), 19V DC Power adapter input (to connect AC/DC power supply), and a battery capacity indicator (depending on the color you can determine 0-30, 30-60, and 60-100 remaining capacity).  Battery indicator is very important, and you can access the actual battery reading from Ground Control app, down to 1% accuracy.
    Pair up with audio source was effortless, and I had no issues with either my Note 4 phone or AK120ii DAP.  At first I thought that NFC would have been a good option, but later after discussion with RIVA I realized that due to a small footprint and proximity sensor on the top - NFC implementation wouldn't have been feasible.  Once paired up, I had no issues with wireless connection across an open space of 40+ feet.  Sound quality was very impressive and deserves a separate section in my review since we are talking about a true audiophile quality performance.  And it's not just because it supports some of the popular SBC, AAC, and aptX audio wireless codecs, but actually because of its top notch audio hardware design.  Since I'm Android based, aptX codec support is very important to me, but a transparency of the transmitted digital audio is meaningless without a quality amplifier and drivers to deliver their audio interpretation to your ears.
    Pair up.
    Before I go into a deeper audio analysis, let me talk a little bit about RIVA's remote control app which they call "Ground Control" app.
    There are a few other premium speakers that come with their companion setup apps, but those are usually limited to mostly "setup" functionality.  Here, you are dealing with a control app that covers everything!  Usually I prefer to leave my phone/source alone and control music directly from a speaker's transport controls (if it's available).  Part of it has to do with me using more rugged speakers outside while keeping my phone out of sight.  Since I found RIVA Turbo X to be more appropriate for indoor use, the roles reversed and now I was looking for any opportunity to fire up that Ground Control app.  You get everything from a precise battery reading to every touch button “access”, including a large volume wheel and even a playback control with play/pause and track skip (though only when using native audio playback app, no 3rd party support yet).  And if you want more customization, you can go into settings to change speaker "name", app background control, and my favorite - switch audio prompts between voice and tones.  The only thing that can make it better is to add a "no sound" audio prompt option.
    Ground Control app.
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    Finally, I’m getting to the actual sound!  I have reviewed a lot of different wireless speakers, including a number of those which I consider to be smartphone accessories.  With an exception of a few, a more detailed audio analysis was simply not necessary for those other speakers since there was nothing special about their sound.  With RIVA Turbo X, even before getting to sound analysis, you have to look closer into the actual internal design to appreciate how much this speaker has to offer.
    Unlike other speakers that use off-the-shelf generic or headphone drivers, RIVA packs 7 ADX speakers!  Starting with three ADX 60mm full range proprietary drivers, it looks like they cleverly placed one in the front middle and two on the sides.  Complimenting that, you also have four ADX custom dual piston bass radiators, with two facing front and two facing back.  Pretty much, you have speakers and bass radiators all the way around RIVA’s compact footprint.  But speakers itself is only a part of this equation.  Driving power to these speakers is proprietary ADX 3-channel amplifier with 45 watts of RMS power under control of advanced DSP.  This amount of power is higher than I have ever seen from any other Bluetooth wireless speaker in the same category.  Keep in mind, more power doesn't necessary mean a louder sound, but actually corresponds to having enough juice to drive speakers to their full “undistorted” potential.
    And if that wasn't enough, RIVA includes two "override" modes with Trillium Surround which enhances separation of the sound with 3D imaging and TURBO with EQ mode boost of up to 100dB in loudness level.  Surround enhancement is very noticeable and sounds rather natural, not a gimmicky DSP effect.  This mode is perfect for watching movies or playing video games, though I also enjoyed it while playing music where a lot of the sound details got a new 3D placement in space.  TURBO takes a sound into overdrive.  It definitely is useful when you are at the max of the volume and need to squeeze out a few more dBs.  RIVA does that with an extra 9dB kick without any distortion (thanks to its smart compressor).  This Turbo effect might not be necessary at lower volume, especially since it drains battery quite significantly, but when you want to fill a bigger room with a more powerful sound – activate this TURBO overdrive for uninterrupted 6+ hours of sound bliss!!!  Unfortunately, you will take a hefty battery penalty, so if possible – keep it plugged in.
    Sound analysis.
    I found RIVA Turbo X to have an impressive audiophile quality performance with a full body smooth balanced sound.  Just like with any pro speaker, sound quality benefits greatly from a speaker placement to take advantage of the natural acoustics of the room.  As a matter of fact, RIVA even includes suggestions with a speaker placement to maximize its performance.
    After a closer listening, I found Turbo X to have an articulate low end with a fast mid-bass punch and a deep sub-bass texture.  Bass is clear and detailed, well controlled with just a minimum spillage into lower mids.  Mids are overall warm and clear.  They are thicker in sound, especially lower mids, and it helps in building a foundation for a full body sound.  Upper mids are clear and detailed, but not too bright or analytical.  Vocals have a very powerful and organic delivery.  Treble is smooth, warm, doesn't extend too far, but still captures enough details.
    Soundstage is good, and with Surround Trillium mode you expand staging to a new 3D width/depth dimension.  Layering and separation is typical for a speaker, which is not necessary the best and even a bit congested when you are standing too close.  But once you take a few steps back - sound opens up and fills the room with a more detailed presentation.  I think it's a very important factor in order to appreciate this speaker – the quality of its sound perception goes up as you take a few steps back, just like with a regular full size wired speaker.
    Another interesting thing about RIVA Audio, they actually encourage you to compare Turbo X speaker against their competition.  You know, such encouragement can only come when you have confidence in your product.  And to tell the truth – they have every right to brag about it.  I have tested a number of other HD speakers, and I feel that when it comes to sound quality and features – RIVA Turbo X stands ahead of its competition.
    For example, Braven 855s HD sound is more colored, with a muddy bass, also loud and powerful but not the same level of clarity; heavier in weight, less battery endurance, but with an advantage of a more rugged design.   UE Boom is still among my favorites, but it’s not in the same “power” class and when it comes to a sound it has a nice mid-bass punch but no sub-bass support, and sound is thinner where it can’t fill the whole room; battery with only 15hr (though a crazy standby when powered off, lasting months), limited app, though a better splash proof design.  B&W T7 impressed me with a build quality, but sound was more colored with a greater level of distortion, and you have to be facing the speaker, otherwise sound gets muffled – not even a matter of which corner in the room you place it, but rather at what height level.  Bose SoundLink III is another good candidate for comparison, though I find its bass to be deeper and more on a muddy side, not to mention more spillage into lower mids; in comparison it sounds warmer and lacks the same level of detail retrieval.  Didn’t have a chance to test BeoPlay A2 yet, so that one will be an interesting comparison as well.
    Overall, I was very impressed with a performance of RIVA Turbo X and an audiophile quality design behind it.  7 speakers (3 active and 4 passive) inside of one compact enclosure, 45W 3-channel amp with DSP processing, Surround sound mode, TURBO boost mode, 26+ hours of battery life, aptX support, firmware upgradeable, charge out port to charge other devices, touch control buttons with proximity sensing LED indicators, and a very polished Ground Control remote app – that is a mouthful for a Bluetooth wireless speaker under $350.  Is this an absolute perfection?  Maybe if the exterior design would have been a little more rugged and there was a way to implement transport controls from a speaker itself.  Aside from that, this speaker could be considered a perfection as long as you keep it indoors and careful in handling it.  Actually, lack of transport controls no longer bothers me because Ground Control app is truly a fun to use!  But the most important thing, once you pair it up with your source and hit Play – you’re no longer hearing the music, but actually feeling it!  I don’t think I can say the same about any other Bluetooth wireless speaker I have tested so far.

    This is a mini-review of RIVA Turbo X carry bag.  http://shop.rivaaudio.com/dp/B00VMSXRWW#.VUeog5Oy4bs
    In a conclusion of my RIVA Turbo X review I made a following statement: "... this speaker could be considered a perfection as long as you keep it indoors and careful in handling it."  I still consider Turbo X to be the best BT wireless speaker I have tested to date, but the truth of the matter - its design is not rugged enough to carry outside.  It has a splash protection cover for the ports on the back, so you can definitely keep it outside for outdoor entertainment, and believe me, it's loud enough!  I just wasn't sure about the best way of handling it to take outside.
    Well, lo and behold, RIVA guys came up with a solution for that as well - Turbo X carry bag.  You might ask, what is a big deal?  When you are dealing with a 3+ lb brick shaped slippery speaker, you can't just toss it in any bag or your back pack or wrap it around in a sweatshirt.  I wouldn't call Turbo X to be fragile, but at the same time with a metal grill all around it and touch buttons on the top, you want to protect it from bumps and drops or sliding around in the bag.  What RIVA came up with is a very nice form-fitting bag with an easy zipper access, a soft velvet padded interior, and a tough nylon exterior.  It also has an outside zippered pocket for accessories, cables, or your wireless source (DAP or smartphone), and a stitched "RIVA" logo.  It also has a nice handle with nylon exterior and soft interior, I mean these guys thought of every detail!  This carry bag looks good and serves a great functionality to protect your RIVA Turbo X when on the go!
    Here is how it looks:
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    2. cel4145
      Thanks for the good reviews. I was curious about the Riva. Now I feel like I know

      BTW: It's really not a 7 speaker design. It's one speaker with three drivers and four passive radiators. Passive radiators are an alternative to a port reflex tube, so not a driver either.
      cel4145, Jun 4, 2015
    3. DaddyMojo
      I might have missed it, why do you call it an inside speaker?  By the way, very nice review. 
      DaddyMojo, Feb 23, 2016
    4. twister6
      @DaddyMojo : that is one old review from a year ago :)  I referred to it as being inside speaker because it's not rugged enough to take outside.  Too slick and fancy looking.  Plus, sound acoustics will benefit from an enclosed area, even if it's a big room.  I mean, you can take anything outside, but personally I worry to drop it or for my kids to hit it with a ball when we are outside on the porch.  But with a case, it makes it easy to transport it, and of course you can take it anywhere with you outside.
      twister6, Feb 23, 2016
  3. moedawg140
    Review: RIVA TURBO X High Performance Premium Mobile Bluetooth Speaker – Plus Headquarters Tour
    Written by moedawg140
    Published Apr 24, 2015
    Pros - Music enthusiast and audiophile quality sound, Turbo Mode is very loud, modern technology, options galore
    Cons - Capacitive buttons can be slightly tricky to operate
    My main review is here: http://www.head-fi.org/t/764001/review-riva-turbo-x-high-performance-premium-mobile-bluetooth-speaker-plus-headquarters-tour
    This will house the TL;DR version.
    I listened to the RIVA TURBO X Premium Bluetooth Speaker for the first time when I attended CanJam, and adored the fidelity and the potential loudness of the sound that was emitting from the speaker! 
    Shortly after listening to the speaker, I was able to tour their facility in Fountain Valley, CA for an in-depth look into the company.
    Everyone who I met at the ADX/RIVA headquarters were very down to Earth, and very personable. 
    Here are some specs of the RIVA TURBO X ($349 USD):
    Speakers: Three ADX 60 mm full range proprietary drivers
    Four ADX custom dual piston bass radiators
    Amplifier Power: 45 Watts RMS
    Remote Control App: Yes, RIVA Ground Control for iOS and Android
    Dimensions: 230mm (9.1 in) L X 89mm (3.5 in) W X 105mm (4.1 in) H
    Weight: 3.5 lbs (1.6 kg)
    Speakerphone: Microphone with Noise & Echo Canceling Technology
    Bluetooth Range: 33 FT
    Audio Codecs Supported: SBC, AAC, aptX
    Surround Sound: ADX Trillium™
    TURBO DSP for 100 dB party mode (Turbo Mode)
    Proximity Sensing: Yes
    USB port for charging your phone, tablet, or wearables
    Battery Playing Time: 26+ Hours at 75 dB, 6+ hours in Turbo Mode at maximum volume.  (Playing time varies with listening levels)
    2 year materials and manufacturing warranty
    1 year lithium battery warranty
    In the Box
    External Power Supply (19V DC, 3A)
    70” 3.5mm to RCA Connector
    48” 3.5mm to 3.5mm Connector
    Splash-Resistant I/O Cover
    User Guide
    Riva Audio – Support
    If you love music, you should give the TURBO X a try - it may very well captivate you with not only its impeccably constructed speaker, but the music that flows from the speaker may cause a lot of toe-tapping, head-nodding, and spontaneous dancing! 
    Happy listening and dancing, everyone!
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