Soundface Bluetooth Speaker – Review

SoundFace are a company you likely won’t have heard of. This is not a bad thing, as they have only really come into existence fairly recently. They have one product currently, a Bluetooth speaker, which is what I will be reviewing today.

About SoundFace

We first started working on SoundFace a long while ago. Call us perfectionists but we didn’t want to settle for any old ‘portable speaker’. We wanted to create something with some style, some substance and most importantly, some rocking sound. Fast forward to the present and we’re all a little older, more wise (surely) and slightly deaf.
We present to you, the SoundFace Speaker. Solid Sound. Unwired.

Specifications and Features

Dimensions

  • Weight: 600g
  • Height: 70mm
  • Length: 180mm
  • Width: 61mm

Connectivity

  • Bluetooth v3.0 Wireless
  • 3.5mm Aux Input
  • True-Wireless Audio (pair 2 SoundFaces)
  • aptX® codec format support
  • HFP, A2DP, AVRCP codec support
  • Echo cancellation for Microphone (CVC)
  • NFC easy pairing
  • Bluetooth distance outside: 30 meters*
  • Bluetooth distance inside: 10 meters*

Audio

  • 1 X 55mm woofer
  • 2 X 40mm full range speaker drivers
  • 2 X dedicated passive radiators
  • Microphone Sensitivity -42dB; 0dB = 1V/pa
  • Frequency response: 60Hz-20KHz
  • Maximum SPL: 87dB at 1m
  • THD+N < 1%
  • Music play time: ~10 hours*

Power and Operating Spec

  • Power rating: 110v ~240v
  • Music maximum output power: 2x5W + 10W
  • Working temperature: -10°C ~ 60°C
  • 3800mAh @ 3.7V Lithium ion Battery
  • DC 1A@5V USB charging input/output

* These specifications depend on usage conditions

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