SoundBot SB572 HD Bluetooth Wireless Speaker Review – The Best Bluetooth Speaker in Budget
There is a smartphone industry innovation which always pushes forth the other technology and the accessories for it. One such product is the Bluetooth speakers. There are a lot of brands has been into this category from the affordable to a most premium brand like Bose also makes a portable speaker. I do love the Logitech and The Xiaomi Bluetooth speakers, Also the people choice is the JBL. After to it, SoundBot came to us to review their latest product SoundBot SB572, and It somehow shook my list of the portable Bluetooth speaker which are always recommended by me. It’s the successor to the SB571 which is Amazon India choice of the Bluetooth speaker.
InBox Content of the SoundBot SB572
- The Bluetooth speakers itself
- MicroUSB to USB A charging cable
- Aux Cable
Specification of the SoundBot SB572
- 75mm Height, 152mm Width and 65mm Depth
- 2 X 6W 52mm Front Speaker Driver
- Bluetooth 4.0 with 10m Range
- Frequency response 2.4-2.48GHz
- Lithium ION battery
- Built-in Microphone
Build of the SoundBot SB572
The packing was good for the speaker more impressive is the circular form factor of the speaker. SB571 was a rectangular shape which was big and had sharp edges. The SoundBot SB572 lacked the sharp edges. The competitors provide carrying case with the speakers and Soudbot Doesn’t do it. They don’t need it, as the speaker already has a complete detachable rubber casing all over on it. This makes it speakers always ready to go anywhere, anytime and not to worry if speaker falls on the hard or sharp surface. The rubber casing won’t change the shape or no need to worry about the dents. The speakers will always look the same as the first day over the extended run period of this speakers.
The top of the speakers had the four buttons, Volume Up/ Next Button, Volume Down/ Previous Button, Power Button and Play/Pause Button. Again even after being rubber, they were not hard and easily click with hands. There was less chance of an accidental click.
The back of the speaker had a completely flat look with small rubber opening which opens up the charging port and AUX port. It’s Good that it is covered from collecting unnecessary dust.
The Bottom of the speaker had the four small stoppers on which speaker tends to stand upright. That little pinch stopper helps the stand upright on any flat surface. Overall I am happy with the build quality it offered and feels a premium to the price you would pay without a hole in the pocket.
Features and Sound Performance
The SoundBot SB572 does come with Bluetooth 4.0; It is a standard for all current Bluetooth speakers. It offers an excellent range of the open area and quiet struggles when a wall is in-between which is typical for the Bluetooth speaker. The AUX input was perfect and much of less difference between the technology used. If you have the old iPod or MP3 player to connect you can use it to connect.
The sound is the main thing, as it had the front firing 2 52mm drivers. Those two drivers are very loud. The box does mention crystal clear sound and dynamic deep bass. If I distinguish between the clarity, bass and treble, then the transparency for the audio you would play is on point. I tried pushing it on various format or apps even between the Bluetooth and aux.
The sound delivered is as said on the box, and it’s quickly noticing when you play your favourite audio right out of the box. The bass levels were pretty good for the portable speaker. It is bit better than I expected it to be. Concerning the loudness or the volume levels, they are excellent for the speaker in to be used in the room. It’s deafening for the form factor. It packs in some good loud volume in it.
Since SoudBot SB572 is a Bluetooth portable speaker, undoubtedly you would come to this point of the battery life. So I used it for the trip sometimes in my car leaving the car system, and I got about of more than 7 hours of the battery life until the speakers were completely shut down. 7 Hours are pretty good I would say for the Bluetooth speakers because there are decidedly fewer chances you would play it straight 7 hours every day.
It has a good standby to offer if you keep it charging 2-3 days earlier to your goto trip or something else. It also doesn’t take much time to charge either within less than 1 and half hour it’s completely charged.
The Soundbot SB572 costs Rs 1290/-, and it offers much more than you could think. It is indeed one of the best value for money speakers in our opinion as it doesn’t compromise in any section. You want a good sound it has it; You want all the accessories including aux to be bundled you have it at the same price, A good battery life you have that too. It definitely our pick for this portable Bluetooth speaker of choice.