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SuperTooth Disco Bluetooth Speaker Review

By on February 20, 2011
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Portable speakers worth carrying around?

Good: Small and compact, Powerful for its size, Easy setup, Good range, Decent battery life
Bad: Audio becomes distorted at highest levels
Price: AED 530
* The price is the Suggested Retail Price at the time of review. Please call a retailer to confirm the latest price for this product.

The SuperTooth Disco is the very definition of simplicity, portability and technology all in one neat little package. Opening the package, you’ll find the SuperTooth Disco speaker inside a very slim fitting cover. There are two extra cables, one for the Power adapter and the other is a 3.5mm jack to connect directly to audio sources. Of course, direct connection isn’t what the SuperTooth Disco is about; wireless connectivity is the name of the game.

The SuperTooth Disco uses Bluetooth to connect to pretty much any Bluetooth capable device, from mobile phones to laptops and everything in between. As long as the Bluetooth device is capable of A2DP connectivity (pretty much any Bluetooth device in the last 2 years), any song played back on the device should stream with ease on the SuperTooth Disco.

The Disco itself looks quite subtle in its appearance, with a dark mesh grill and sleek control knob near the right side. While the control knob is initially important to pair your device with the Disco, the other features (except Bass control) are somewhat unnecessary as you can control everything from your device directly. Still, it’s a pre-requisite to please everybody I guess.

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  • OldFrenchy

    I bought one of these last month for use in my truck camper while in the middle f nowhere. I don’t need, and did not expect ‘Party”-sized sound, but was pleasantly surprised by the audio quality. As we all know, the volume of refreshment is directly proportional to the volume of music. This little device does not disappoint.

  • OldFrenchy

    I bought one of these last month for use in my truck camper while in the middle f nowhere. I don’t need, and did not expect ‘Party”-sized sound, but was pleasantly surprised by the audio quality. As we all know, the volume of refreshment is directly proportional to the volume of music. This little device does not disappoint.

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