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Bang&Olufsen 铂傲 B&O Beoplay A1便携式无线蓝牙音响 户外蓝牙音箱 带麦克风 - 砂岩色

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  • 超轻巧的蓝牙扬声器仅重600克,可让您欣赏音乐并随时随地拨打电话。
  • Bang&Olufsen 标志性音质提供更多声音、更多低音,并达到2x140W的峰值功率
  • 每次充电可提供长达24小时的电池续航时间,聆听时间更长
  • 防尘防溅铝罩可在家庭和户外使用时保护内部的精密驱动器和电子设备
  • 连接2个A1以获得无线立体声体验


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Bang&Olufsen 铂傲 B&O Beoplay A1便携式无线蓝牙音响 户外蓝牙音箱 带麦克风 - 砂岩色



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借助A1便携式蓝牙扬声器,音乐爱好者现在可以获得数十年的Bang&Olufsen声音技术和经验。这款超便携式无线扬声器采用600 g简洁型包装,可提供清晰的环境声音。带着它,去任何您想去的地方。它的充电时间约为2.5小时,每次充电可提供长达24小时的电池寿命。由屡获殊荣的设计师塞西莉·曼兹(Cecilie Manz)创造的这款迷你音响,外观和声音一样好:光滑的防尘防溅铝圆顶,双模制聚合物底座和坚固的皮革表带,兼具凉爽的精致感和温暖的重音,带来独特的触感经验。方便的“连接”按钮使您可以从上次中断的地方接听,并在启动时激活近期播放的音乐。用户还可以通过Beoplay应用程序利用直观的ToneTouch技术来个性化他们的聆听体验,设置无线立体声配对并使用新软件更新产品。不仅是音乐扬声器,A1还使您可以使用多向麦克风在旅途中拨打电话,从而为通话中的每个人增加语音识别能力。轻巧但功能强大,时尚的A1可在您需要的任何时间和地点提供Bang&Olufsen 标志性音质。
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颜色: 沙岩色已确认购买
4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 音质很好 很漂亮
评论于 2020年2月23日 在中国 🇨🇳 发布
颜色: 沙岩色已确认购买


美国亚马逊: 3.3 颗星,最多 5 颗星 417 条评论
4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Bose soundlink mini 2 vs A1 gen 1
2022年1月9日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Bose soundlink mini 2 vs A1 gen 1
评论于 2022年1月9日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
I've done alot of research in reddit, youtube, and amazon reviews on people that owned both products (A1 gen1 and A1 gen2) and came to the conclusion that the gen 1 version is superior in sound quality and bass due to the higher power consumption. I bought this used for a huge discount and i know why it was returned and it was due to a flaw that i learned from going through the forums. This model may exhibit a bass distortion or farting sound and it is due to air pressure escaping from the screw holes in side the device. All you have to do is pop open the lid and place tape to seal the screw holes. You can even test the faulty screwhole by placing your thumb on it with music playing and u can hear the distortion disappear. In regards to sound quality vs the mini 2,this is clearly superior in clarity, although it sounds a little bright. The mini 2 sounds distorted after 60 percent volume and the bass fades out. At the same volume levels the A1 has way more clarity and the bass isnt as diminished as the volume increases. The bass in the mini 2 sounds like how bass sounds like in a car with the windows closed where there's a resonance from the vibrations, that boosted bass kills the clarity pretty much at all volume levels. Some people like that boosted bass sound including me but it comes at the cost of clarity. I really didn't notice the flaws of the mini 2 until I spent more time with the A1. At first i complained about the lack of bass from the a1 but that was due to the fact i was used to the heavy bass and distorted sound of the mini 2. From what I understand the gen 2 A1 has less bass due to less power consumption and if you like bass heavy for electronic music and reggaeton then i can only imagine that the bass of the gen 2 is going to be disappointing, because the gen 1 is just right and tame, now if you place it at a corner wall the bass is greatly amplified, but that goes for pretty much and speaker. The reports of the battery draining is accurate but that can be alleviated by buying a battery pack on Amazon that holds close to 50 percent more capacity. The soundstage is also way wider on the a2 than the mini 2. I bought this as a hotel travel speaker so battery life isnt that important to me. Most important for me is getting the best sound for the smallest form factor and this is probably it.

Edit* The bass is stronger and tighter on the beoplay than mini 2, my tape seal was still leaking air, once I fixed it and adjusted the bass on the app it was no contest. If you own one of these, pop open the lid and feel for any air escaping the screwholes.
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4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 I Like it, but still doesn't beat Bose or Beoplay A2
2018年1月31日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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Real Raleigh Reviewer
4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 I Like it, but still doesn't beat Bose or Beoplay A2
评论于 2018年1月30日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
I've tested a great many bluetooth speakers (non-portable, portable and ultra-portable) and headphones over the years. Although I'm clearly not an audiophile, I do enjoy the best sound - in the car, at home, in the office - and I have a lot of side-by-side listening to provide solid A/B feedback. I tend to test them out, return the ones that aren't good, keep those that are. And so I have.

In the bigger bluetooth speaker area I like the Polk Woodbourne and Aiwa Exos-9 best. In the portable area I like the B&O Beolit 15 and absolutely LOVE the Klipsch KMC-3. Unfortunately, all of those except the Aiwa are discontinued. The ultra-portable category has been dominated in sound quality by the Bose Soundlink Mini / Mini II for more than 4 years - and that's for having tried a number of high-end competitors, including the Bowers & Wilkins T7 and KEF Gravity One, both of which were, frankly, abysmal in comparison to the Bose.

Now, to the point: The B&O Beoplay A1. The biggest engineering challenge in a speaker this size, in my evaluation, is the ability to articulate bass. Many reviewers gravitate towards "it gets very loud" or "it doesn't get loud enough". I notice that - but frankly, don't care. I'm not buying a tiny speaker like the Bose or B&O to fill a gym or crank it out for a block party. It's a personal speaker - I use it on my desk, put it on the dresser in a hotel room while on business travel. Listen to music or movies at moderate volume. What I care about is, almost to the exclusion of everything else, the quality of sound, especially bass reproduction. Secondary considerations are construction quality and aesthetics, battery life, volume

B&O did a Good to Very Good job with this. It's small, it's pretty. You probably want to keep it in a pouch before you throw it in your backpack or suitcase, but it's definitely in the same volume/mass category as the Bose. See in the attached pics, different form factors but similar total size and weight. Both are naturally very well designed and executed, with attractive metal bodies / grille. Sound quality?

Bose has the edge. Although their ostensible low-end frequency response is comparable, the Bose delivers much flatter, articulate bass right down to about 60Hz. You can easily defeat it - you'll hear sub-bass tones drop off, and at higher volumes the little bitty woofer and passive radiator just can't keep up with the mids and treble. I don't notice the bass fade at higher volumes on the B&O A1. But, at moderate listening levels, the Bose simply creates a more compelling delivery, surprising "oomph", warmth, "voice" at low tones. Additionally, perhaps due to the metal grille and somewhat unusual hockey-puck form factor, the B&O also does not reach the crisp highs as does the Bose - sparkling, precise treble well into the 15+KHz range. The B&O comes off a bit muffled, rounded off, maybe above the 8-10KHz range. I have docked the Bose half a notch for a very narrow sound stage, and to a degree, room placement; to get the most absolutely brilliant listening experience from the tiny thing, it is best situated 6 to 12 inches from a vertical corner, and you have to be almost directly in front of the unit. The treble is a bit "laser-like" in that respect - GOOD anywhere you stand, but mind-blowing when you're situated right within the soundstage. The B&O has a bit of oddness around treble as well. It's intended to be "360 degree" sound, and it is, but there are angles around the hockey puck that have a bit clearer treble than others.

While the B&O clearly delivers good sound, and easily earns a long-in-coming, and hard-earned #3 slot in my ultra-portable stable, and is clearly the better of offerings from other esteemed names in the business (Bowers & Wilkins and KEF units named above), side by side, the Bose wins on sheer sound quality, and the A2 gives more kick, but at a larger size. I still would recommend buying this speaker if you want top-tier sound, in an extremely cool, swanky Scandinavian package. You would be doing very well in this category (littered with crummy product failures to deliver decent sound from a tiny package) with the Bose Soundlink Mini II, Soundlink Revolve+, B&O Beoplay A1 or B&O Beoplay A2. These are the only Very-good-to-great-sounding speakers I've tried to date. Among those, the Soundlink Mini still leads, but by a much narrower margin than before!
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