The brand known for its legendary guitar amplifiers ventured into a new market.
The British Orange, known for its guitar amplifiers, enters the Bluetooth speaker market with a duo, the Box and Box-L models. While the former is a battery-operated portable model, the latter is more of a wired device intended for listening to music at home. Of course, both follow the color and design of the iconic brand and offer decent-looking stereo sound with Bluetooth 5.0 support in the $300-$350 price range. However, there is no option to charge via USB, which may seem a bit disappointing.
The smaller, 11 x 6.9 x 6.7-inch Orange Box weighs 6.6 kilograms, is available in black as well as the characteristic orange, at a price of $299, and after three hours of charging, the 2,600 mAh battery promises more than 15 hours of listening time. The wired Box-L, which starts at $345, is larger at 13.8 x 7.9 x 7.9 inches and promises slightly more powerful sound with a 5-inch subwoofer. Both models have an output of 50 W RMS and support a frequency range of 35 Hz – 20 kHz, so the bass sound can also be satisfactory.
Both devices are official Orange from his website and can be ordered from Amazon’s online store, the exact specifications can also be read on the company’s official website.
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