Soundface Bluetooth Speaker – Review

A Closer Look

One things for sure, the SoundFace Bluetooth speaker, sure looks pretty. The model I received is the Classic version, and has a grill punctured with circular holes, there are other versions available including a speaker with a  Honeycomb grill and one with a Razor styled grill.

FrontSoundFace

The SoundFace Bluetooth speaker comes in a nicely styled box.

SoundFace Rear

With all the specs and interesting info on the back, you can also see that the SoundFace is a 2.1 arrangement with a dedicated subwoofer.

BoxOpenSoundface

The box is one of the most engineered bits of kit I have seen, with the part showing the speaker sliding into the top half as you open it which reveals the speaker itself.

AccessoriesSoundFace

With the SoundFace you get a few nice accessories including a denim bag and braided cables for the charging and aux in.

RightSideSoundFace LeftSideSoundFace

On the sides of the speaker are the buttons, including Volume control (which with a long press can skip songs), a battery indicator and the bluetooth pairing button, that toggle button in the middle is the power switch.  The opposite side has the Aux In, the USB Power Out, the NFC pairing panel, and the charge port.

Top and Bottom

 

The grill is aluminium, and the overall build of the speaker gives a really solid feel, there is also a nice weight to it overall as well.

RockOn

Underneath, the SoundFace speaker has a long rubber strip which helps a bit to keep it in place.  \m/!

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