amazon Tribit XSound Go reviews
DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE OF TRIBIT XSOUND GO
Tribit XSound G) has a minimal and elegant design, without any emphasis. The shape of the Tribit XSound GO reminds me of the miniature version of the former Sony SRS XB-20.
The entire body of the speaker is covered with a rough rubber layer for a smooth grip. The control key cluster is located at the top of the speaker. While the key spacing is made wide for precise control, the keypresses are also fairly responsive.
The back of the speaker is where the charging port and AUX-in 3.5mm port are located. This means that the Tribit XSound GO allows you to use a wired connection with the speakers to increase the level of detail for the sound. Since the speakers are water-resistant, the two connectors are protected by a thick rubber cover.
On the finishing side, Tribit is a perfectionist company when it comes to its products, including those that are cheap. Tribit XSound Go does not appear to have any significant errors in the finishing details.
The metal mesh is perfectly sealed, there isn’t any excess like what Sony did with the SRS XB-20. The company’s logo is printed sharply, without ink on the metal mesh.
I tried to search for errors on Tribit XSound GO and finally discovered a defective part in the plastic hidden under the cover of the connection port. Fortunately, this detail has no effect on the appearance or function of the product.
CONFIGURATION AND FEATURES OF TRIBIT XSOUND GO
If we look at the configuration of the Tribit XSound GO, we will partly understand why this speaker has won the hearts of so many people.
In the same price range, the Tribit XSound GO is the most powerful speaker model currently available. It’s equipped with a pair of full range 6W speakers in addition to a passive driver that enhances the bass range for more dynamic sound.
Tribit XSound GO features Bluetooth 4.2 standard, though not the latest, this is the Bluetooth standard that is still used on a lot of portable speaker models due to its high stability.
Tribit XSound GO also has a built-in microphone that allows you to talk hands-free or call your virtual assistant.
Water-resistance is also one of the pros of the Tribit XSound GO since not many speakers in the same price range are equipped with strong water resistance to IPX7 like the Tribit XSound GO.
The battery capacity of Tribit XSound GO is up to 4400mAh for maximum usage up of 24 hours in a row – an extremely good number compared to other models of the same range.
EXPERIENCE AND SOUND OF TRIBIT XSOUND GO
Tribit XSound GO gives me an interesting experience of being able to put into the pants pocket. The body of the speaker is not too long, not angular, and the diameter is not too large, so it is extremely convenient for travel.
The connectivity of Tribit XSound GO is fairly stable. During the experience, no flickering connection occurred. The maximum distance I tested the Tribit XSound GO for stable connection is less than 10m without obstacles.
A good speaker should not sound bad, no matter how eye-catching it might look. Tribit XSound GO showed its true power when music began to play.
The soundstage of Tribit XSound GO is static with extremely low background noise that must be brought close to the ear to hear and it only appears when the music is playing. Thanks to that, the overall sound of Tribit XSound GO is crystal clear. The sound is warm, full, and doesn’t sound cheap.
The bass range is a strong suit of the Tribit XSound GO. Compared with the Sony SRS XB-12, the Tribit XSound GO is heads and shoulders above. Its bass has quite the force, not to the level of bass as other powerful models, but it definitely shows the bass band’s in a soft music, making the overall sound plumper.
The mid range of the Tribit XSound GO is exceptionally warm, with a thickness that helps retain the clarity needed. The singer’s voice sounds pleasant and not as muffled as Sony models.
The Tribit XSound GO treble strip is soft and brittle, well-controlled, but when the pitches go up, it’s not easy to listen to the majority.
In this price range, the Tribit XSound GO continues to be unrivaled in terms of sound. In order to make the comparison more vivid, let’s take a look at some videos comparing Tribit XSound GO with similar models to get the best idea.
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