In the summer we were able to convince ourselves of the Tribit Audio XSound Go and were surprised how harmonious the price-performance ratio is with this small speaker. The manufacturer does not sleep, however, and uses the framework of CES to announce its larger version, the MaxSound Plus along with other new products at CES 2019, the audio brand’s second visit to Las Vegas, at booth number 35367, LVCC – South Hall 4. Tribit MaxSound Plus delivering up to 100 meters of wireless connectivity, Bluetooth 4.2 is available for communication and it has IPX7 certified rugged construction. Its battery is designed to last a full 20 hours in a single charge.
The new small mobile speaker uses the XBass technology of the brand, which presents the listener with the necessary bass and depth in the sound image. For this purpose, the maximum performance was significantly increased in the new model. Stand on the datasheet of the XSound Go even 6 watts, Tribit Audio equips the new model with a remarkable 2x 12 watts, thus double the power. Also, the signal processing has been upgraded and should thus meet the larger speaker size.
The MaxSound Plus USB lithium-ion battery, like its little brother, is designed to last a full 20 hours in a single charge, delivering up to 100 meters of wireless connectivity. Bluetooth 4.2 is available for communication and the rugged, rugged construction is also IPX7 certified. Thus, the Bluetooth speaker can withstand dust, moisture and complete submersion in water.
The Tribit Audio MaxSound Plus is scheduled to be released on the Amazon platform towards the end of January and is priced at $55.99, which will certainly be 1 to 1 on the European market. Currently, the new model can be seen or heard at CES.