Dual 20W drivers with passive radiator deliver impressive stereo sound for full-range listening experience. Tronsmart Mega bluetooth speakers offers very crisp and clear sound, with technology that almost eliminates distortion (<1% on top volume).
Featuring Advanced Bluetooth technology ,connection to any bluetooth device is quick and simple. NFC chip for touch pairing from compatible devices.
True Wireless stereo
Just control the TWS master device, then audio can be played in sync on both devices with double enhanced stereo sound.
Tronsmart Mega wireless portable speaker 40 watt (Max) built-in 2*3300mAh battery, which means you can play music up to 15 hours. A perfect choice for those who like to enjoy the music from morning to the evening and do not worry about battery life.
No need to disconnect your phone – make calls hands-free due to high-quality sensitive microphone.
Compatible: All Bluetooth enabled devices
Specifications Bluetooth: 4.2
Transmission Range: ≥20m (Open field)
Output Power: 20W X 2 (Max)
Power Supply: 5V/2.1A
Frequency Response: 115Hz-13KHz
Driver Unit: 4Ω 20W/53mm
Playing Time: Up to 15 hours
Dimensions: 193mm x 57mm x 82mm
1 x Speaker
1 x User manual
1 x USB cable
1 x Aux cable
Tronsmart Element Mega
First of all, I am by no means an audio expert but I do know what pleases my ears. I purchased two wireless speakers at the same time. The OontZ Angle 3 Ultra and this Tronsmart Portable Bluetooth Speaker, Tronsmart Force SoundPulse 40W IPX7 Waterproof Bluetooth 4.2 Wireless Speakers with 15-Hour Playtime, TWS, Dual-Driver with Built-in Mic, NFC, Deep Bass (Force). The OontZ was purchased to be used indoors by my wife and the Tronsmart, being waterproof, is intended for the garage and while working outdoors. In sound comparison and first impression the OontZ delivers a much more pleasing sound than the Tronsmart even with the lower rated wattage. They both pair quickly and are easy to use. So far the play time in standalone mode is as advertised for both speakers. The OontZ seems to have better bass output and an acceptable mid range and treble level. The Tronsmart less so with the mid range and treble out pacing the bass. Both fill a room with sound nicely though. Volume control on the Tronsmart is controlled by either the speaker or the blue tooth device. By that I mean when you turn up the volume on the speaker the sound level indicator on the iPad or iPhone also shows an increase or decrease in volume. So volume can be controlled by either device. The OontZ volume control is independent from the blue tooth device. Explaining further that means the sound level on the iPad or iPhone may be set at max and then the volume level is totally controlled by the speaker plus and minus buttons. Or vice versa, the speaker is set to max and controlled by the i device. Volume is directly related to battery life. The higher the volume the more "juice" the device uses. So having said that the i device when paired to the OontZ speaker and set to full volume will use device battery at a faster rate. Whereas the Tronsmart speaker and i device will be more "mated" or equal battery discharge when it comes to battery usage. I find both acceptable for what I purchased them for. Time will tell what speaker will be a more satisfactory purchase. A word of caution! I did read in another review to be cautious when charging the Tronsmart. The reviewer stated the Tronsmart did not take a charge greater than 2000 milliamps (2 amps) without damaging the speaker. I am not going to test and verify this person's statement by using a charger with greater than a 2 amp output.
Just bought another one after having my first one for a year. Blows every other speaker I've used out of the water. The sound is rich, the bass is deep, and the TWS pairing function where you can pair two speakers together for true stereo sound is amazing. It took me about 5 minutes of fiddling with the two speakers to connect initially, but once you get them set up for the first time, they will both connect to each other as soon as you turn them both on without having to do anything. And unlike every other Bluetooth device I've ever owned, the range on these speakers is really, really good. Walking behind walls does not cause the signal to break. While tripping on mushrooms, I decided to call it The Music Gem. This thing is my baby.
The sound is lacking around 20-30 kHz on the low end and about 3 kHz on the top end before I would consider it to be a high end audio experience. It just sounds a bit muted but I didn’t have super high expectations for the price point. Super easy to setup. It was out of the box and playing music paired within 2 min. It also has a nice box and I really like the light feature. The volume Andy other “buttons” aren’t buttons but just a touch feature which is nice. Less components to break. I think it will be a great speaker to take around and not have to worry too much about getting stolen vs. a higher end speaker.