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Philips BT50B Wireless Portable Bluetooth Speaker
Philips BT50B Wireless Portable Bluetooth Speaker Review
Big sound that fits in a fist.
1 Lithium ion battery (6 Hours)
6.1 x 6.1 x 7.6 cm
Light weight and compact
No volume control
Value for money
The Philips BT50B can be a smart choice for all those who listen to multiple genres and like to carry around their
speakers. With the quirky design, vibrant colours, extra clean sound and compactness it is certainly up to mark
when it comes to a wireless portable bluetooth speaker.
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With the evolution of technology, audio industry has taken itself to a whole another level which you would never
have imagined 10 years ago. Making a speaker “wireless” has become elementary now and the real challenge is
to make it compact and portable yet loud and affordable. Philips BT50B is one such speaker competing in the
category of compact and portable speakers. Lets take a deeper dive and see what BT50B has to offer.
What’s in the box?
The Philips BT50B package comes with a USB cable for charging, a worldwide warranty leaflet and a quick
install guide. Sadly the USB cable does not come with an adapter but it’s not going to be a major issue since
everybody has it lying around these days if you own a smartphone.
Design & Features
About the speaker, holding BT50B in hand feels satisfying. It has a really smooth yet grippy surface because of
the soft matte finish on the body. The speaker is made up of plastic which makes it quiet delicate. The speaker
has a quirky design and has a cylindrical shape with the speaker driver facing upwards and the speaker grill
which is also made up of plastic. The size of the speaker is much smaller that a soda can and will easily fit in
your palm. Philips BT50B is extremely light weight, weighing only 90 grams. The bottom of the speaker has a
rubber padding that prevents it from slipping away. The Philips BT50B is meant to be used in a vertically erect
position which gives the sound output a surround effect.
On the front side of the speaker, right below the Philips logo there is an:
1. LED indicator that turns to white when used in aux mode and turn blue when used in bluetooth mode.
2. Three way switch that says OFF, aux input, and bluetooth.
3. Round button which is to be used for bluetooth pairing.
Unfortunately there is no volume control keys and also the LED does not indicate the battery level, so there is no
way to tell when battery gets low.
On the back side there is a USB charging port and a aux input port. The bluetooth range of the speaker is upto
10 meters and is feasible enough. Philips claims upto 6 hours of operating time on battery but it can vary
between 5 to 7 hours depending on your usage and is admirable.
It is available in plain black colour and other bright and vibrant colour combinations such as white and grey, aqua
blue and fluorescent green, and orange and grey (the prices may differ on the basis of colour). The most
important and standout feature of the Philips BT50B is the anti-clipping function that keeps your speaker safe
from damage by high volume distortion and gives you a mellow listening experience.
How does it sound?
If we talk about the sound, Philips BT50B is a shockingly loud speaker for its
small size. But because of its small size there is not much room for bass, which
might disappoint some people. Anyway you cannot expect much from a speaker
at this price range and knowing how compact and portable it is. The bass output
of the speaker is minimal but there is perfectly balanced highs and mids to
compensate. Rather than being bass oriented, Philips BT50B has a crisp clean
and crunchy sound. Thanks to the anti-clipping function which helps deliver clear
sound even at high volumes. The speaker is loud enough to fill a room and is
conveniently portable for outdoor use. The bass of the speaker might not give a
punch but the crisp clean sound will definitely take you on a mellow trip.
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