M10 wireless speaker from Veho is designed to fill the entire room with sound
The very few precious moments that I get to myself are usually filled with music. Most of the time I just crank up my surround sound system and just get on with my day. While this does the job, I lose volume and sound quality once I go into the other room that I’m working in. I can use headphones to get the job done, but that does hinder my movement and I always worry that I will rip them out and get the destroyed in the process. I have tried small portable speakers. The issue with them is that they either get loud and have poor quality or they have great sound quality and aren’t very loud. I need something that is portable, not necessarily small, but with not trade off for volume and sound quality. This has been quite the search, especially with so much competition and false claims on the market right now.
Veho saves the day with their M10 Wireless Lifestyle Portable Bluetooth Speaker. It’s not only very stylish, the audio quality and volume are exactly what I was looking for. Taking it out of the box, it looked even more appealing than what I was expecting. The gray base and body of the standard gray fabric cover make it a welcome addition to most any room. The M10 blends into to background of a room seamlessly until you turn it on awakening the monster. It was a little larger than I anticipated, but I didn’t have a problem with it. It still fits on a bookshelf or countertop without taking up all of the space.
Operating the M10 is very straightforward if you have ever used anything Bluetooth. Plug it in with the included power cable (there are several different region/country power adapters included)It’s just a simple pairing. My laptop was. The only device that I had to enter the default code before it would pair. Other than that one instance it was a breeze. The M10 also has NFC pairing for all of the Android users out there. I’m an Apple guy, but having another option is always nice and very rarely seen. You can use an Aux cord to connect as well, but what’s the point. We all want wireless. My favorite feature of the M10 is the volume buttons or lack thereof.
Volume is adjusted by running your finger over the sensor in the up or down direction. I did notice a definitive volume drop while play music unplugged from the pier supply. I got around 8.5 hours of play time on the internal battery which is close to what the M10 boasts. The volume while unplugged is still very high and of good quality, but if you really want to jam and see the small subwoofer in the back jump then leave it plugged in like I did.
I can’t wait for the weather to be a little bit nicer so the M10 can venture outside with me as it washes a wave of sound over the outdoors.
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