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EdifierPortable Bluetooth Speaker (Model: MP85)

R349

Retail: R500
About

The MP85 is a compact and stylish speaker that boasts an impressive 1.5-inch (40mm) full-range driver, delivering a total output power of 2.2w (RMS). This speaker has been meticulously tuned to provide exceptional vocal clarity, making it perfect for music enthusiasts who appreciate the nuances of vocals in their favorite tracks.

Designed with portability in mind, the MP85 is incredibly convenient to use on the go. Its mini size allows for easy one-handed operation, ensuring that you can effortlessly control your music in any situation. Whether you're at a picnic, on a hike, or simply relaxing at home, this speaker offers a seamless and hassle-free audio experience.

Product Features
  • Long Battery Life - Long-life music playtime with 500mAh built-in battery.
  • Compact & Lightweight Design - Weighing around 70g with carrying lanyards.
  • Great Sound Quality - Enjoy the quality music with 40mm driver.
  • Bluetooth Connections - Bluetooth v5.3.
  • User-friendly interaction Design - Easy operation by full control panel. Edifier connect app supported with EQ settings.
Product Specifications
  • Dimension: 52 x 28.5 x 63mm
  • Net Weight: 0.7kg
  • Output Power (RMS): 2.2W
  • Frequency Response: 230Hz-17kHz
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio: ≥ 85dB (A)
  • Bluetooth: 550±50mFFS
  • Bluetooth Version: 5.3
  • Driver Unit: 1.5" (Full-range)
What's in the Box
  • 1x MP85
  • 1x Lanyard
  • 1x Charging Cable 
  • 1x User Manual

 

 

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