Soundface Bluetooth Speaker – Review
I am a person with a broad range of taste in music, so it was easy for me to put the SoundFace speaker though its paces over the course of the last week as a replacement for my main speakers. Over the course of the testing period I had the SoundFace blasting out many genre’s, including Rock, Metal, Pop, Classics, RnB, and some that I am ashamed to list here….
Pairing it up was as easy as 1,2,3. Switching it on then pressing the Bluetooth button and tapping pair on the phone when the SoundFace showed up in the list.
The audio quality overall was – unsurprisingly – really good and the SoundFace proved able to put out a substantial amount of kick from the subwoofer when the volume was at the higher end. This depending on the music choice did sometimes overpower the rest of the audio, as well leading the SoundFace to move about on my desk, not unlike the toaster from Ghost Busters 2. Even so despite being turned up to 11, there was no noticeable distortion or crackle to the music and when music was played at more acceptable levels, the sound had better balance.
The ability to charge devices from the USB port on the SoundFace (whilst the speaker is above 33%) is a brilliant addition, whilst rocking out you can make sure your phone will also last a bit longer, using this meant that I wasn’t able to get the full 10 hours battery life from SoundFace however.
The range of the Bluetooth was acceptable, I couldn’t quite manage 30 metres but I did manage almost the quoted 10 metres indoors which meant that I could easily choose what was playing from a distance,
I want to say that the SoundFace has niggles, but really, despite a small flaw to the finish of the case and it jumping around when listening to it at max volume, I am unable to find anything really wrong, with the impressive build quality and brilliant styling the SoundFace is well deserving of the Dave Plays Gold Award.