Audio Pro Addon T3 Portable Bluetooth Wireless Speakers w/Battery for Computers, Laptop, Desktop, Cellphone & Tablet - Black
|Model Name||Addon T3|
|Speakers Maximum Output Power||25 Watts|
|Item Weight||3 Kilograms|
About this item
- LONG-LASTING BATTERY: Up to 30 hours of playback time or 12 hours of play at maximum volume on a single charge!
- WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY: Bluetooth 4.0 & additional audio inputs for source connections. Use any bluetooth capable electronic to wirelessly stream your favorite sounds!
- ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY: The Addon T3 has an advanced digital signal processor (DSP) & 25 watts of power, optimizing any of your audio needs!
- DEVICE CHARGING PORT: This design includes a USB port to charge your smart devices.
- TROUBLE-FREE PORTABILITY: Addon T3 is easy to use, rechargeable & battery powered speaker.
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Easy portability with extra long battery life - The new Audio Pro Addon T3 is a great speaker to bring along with you anywhere you want to enjoy your favorite music. Take it with you anywhere, on the patio, the balcony, the park, the backyard, or anywhere else you may need it. The T3 Portable Bluetooth Speaker has an impressive sound quality with crisp, clear treble and a deep, bass response. It offers easy to use, simple operation, portability, and sound that will impress even the most seasoned audio enthusiast. The Audio Pro T3 is truly in a class all its own in the portable audio market. It also features some of the best battery life available anywhere, lasting up to 30 hours on a full battery charge, or 12 hours of play at maximum volume. Ever since its beginning in 1978, Audio Pro has specialized in creating products that deliver powerful, dynamic sound from small speakers. The sound engineers at Audio Pro have fully optimized the acoustic design to offer an abundance of deep bass and impressive sound response. Their advanced use of audio technology and acoustic design provides a durable, portable speaker with great sound quality for any listener. The Audio Pro T3 Portable Bluetooth Speaker features extended battery life and amazing sound quality, offering great value compared to other speakers in its class.
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It was unquestionably louder than the Fugoo and I was unable to get it to distort and any volume. (with equalization flat) Even at maximum volume it was listenable although somewhat blaring. The Fugoo on the other hand would distort at about half volume; however to be fair, the Fugoo reached deeper in the low bass region and so this puts it at a disadvantage trying to reproduce high volumes. For my taste, I prefer to have the very low bass, as I listen at close range in a quiet room setting. (I think that If you want high volume you should use a larger line-powered speaker anyway)
While having the best-in-class low bass, the Fugoo also sounded brighter on the top end. In addition the Fugoo soundstage was noticeably wider. (due no doubt to the side-firing speakers)
That said, there were many songs where the T3 sounded better than the Fugoo, generally ones without very low bass, and heavy on vocals. Especially with spoken words like advertisements, the T3 had a immediacy and presence that the Fugoo could not match.
The T3 is not a speaker you would want to carry around; although certainly small and light, it has a finish that seems like it will mark very easily. I consider this a stationary speaker. So might as well save $50 and get the T5.
So in summary, this is a great speaker, the only one better (for me) is the Fugoo XL.
The 52Hz bass response of the Marshall Killburn II vs the AudioPro Addon T3 60Hz bass response actually matters a lot when you are listening to music. It also makes the bass sound like they are on 15inch sub-woofers, compared to the AudioPro that sounds like mid-range speakers.
This speaker feels like something you would have sitting in a quiet office, while the Marshall Killburn II looks like some dj gear/dj speaker that is about to rock a party, and it has the power and bass response to prove it.
The highs get boosted at the loudest volumes, so it doesn't have that much power for bass. And while you are turning it up to almost max level, like level 7 8 9 and 10, the bass stays at a certain level while the highs keep getting louder and louder.
This speaker is at 25 watts, and the Marshall Killburn II is at 36 watts and sounds a lot louder and more powerful.
The Marshall Killburn II has knobs for volume, treble, and bass, that feels like dj decks, which this speaker really needs, but lacks. I was always listening to this speaker everyday wishing I could turn down the treble.
This speaker seems like a copy, and the Marshall Killburn II is the real deal.
Overall, it is a great sounding speaker that is really close to studio speaker quality. It's really great if you are listening to it at home, and in a quiet office environment and don't have to turn it up loud. But if you are going to be listening to music in a warehouse/outdoor environment, then I would recommend the Marshall Killburn II.
Also the FUGOO Tough XL sounds like blown;damaged midrange speakers if you were looking at that too...
It manages somehow to produce a decent sound out of its Bluetooth connection, but in my opinion, you can only fully appreciate the work done by Audio Pro once you have plugged your 3.5mm in the back. Master quality albums on Tidal sound as they are intended to (specially using a decent DAC, like the Red Dragonfly), every single detail out of the track is perfectly displayed with a nicely-balanced audio. Build quality and materials are superb.
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I use it with a Chromecast audio for multiroom audio and because I prefer the sound of audio over wifi compared to bluetooth, though this speaker still sounds great over bluetooth. Bear in mind if you use tyhe USB port on the back to power a chromecast audio you will need a ground loop noise isolator to get a clean signal, they cost from about £4.
The battery lasts well, I've only needed to charge it a couple of times since owning it. The enclosure is quite bulky so not a speaker you can throw in your backpack or take on holiday, but great round the house and to take into the garden.
Straight out of the box it sounds like a cheap boom box; horrible
After about 25 hours it produced a well balanced, solid and natural sound underpinned by its prodigious and well controlled bass.
Excells with classical, jazz and acoustic.
Modern music can have an unnatural bass boost and high energy music can sound a bit polite.
Makes the best of all music formats from mp3 to cd quality lossless but probably overkill if you listen to a lot of mp3.
Big issue with sound is lack of projection into the room so you are always aware of the sound emenating from a little box.
A few niggles with its design and usability.
My one hums horribly when connecting a device for charging.
Packaged without a UK mains lead!
Not up to the rave reviews in the press. But still a good sound for the price.
Worth a try but you may have to endure the first 25 hours.
Check the charging connector as soon as you get it.
Very good for classical, jazz or acoustic music and pretty good with modern genres.
A cautious recommendation.
Build quality. OK but a bit cheap looking on the rear and bad hum from speakers when a device is connected for USB charging.
Sound. First 25 hours it sounded bass heavy with a recessed mid-range, so pretty bad. Afterwards the sound became much more balanced and the bass tighter and more controlled. It has a natural tonal quality and instruments and vocals sound solid and authoritative. There is good detail but it's not over analytical and it has a sweet treble. Reasonably dynamic but can sound a bit polite with high energy music. Modern genres can cause an emphasis or bloom in the bass that can upset the balance if the music. The big issue with the presentation is the lack of projection of the music out of the box, in this regard even my £25 tiny tecevo (brilliant for the price) speaker is better.
Design. Is OK but led display can be difficult to see as it's the same colour as the surround. The buttons feel a bit cheap. Some type of tone control would have been useful as would a simple remote control.
Packaging. Delivered without a UK charging lead.
First of all, the sound is great. The highs are detailed, the mid-range is pleasing and there's plenty of bass. Three speakers don't fall into the common trap of overblowing the bass leaving a much more balanced and reference sound signature. The soundstage is decent, although stereo seperation isn't the best but it's too be expected of a speaker this size. The volume can get very high, enough to cause hearing damage in a small room or fill a very large room or a small house with sound. Overall the sound is better than Bose soundlink 2 mini, revolve and revolve plus, as well as various JBL and Sony Bluetooth speakers I have tested in the £100-300 bracket.
The build is fantastic. It's been knocked around and dropped a couple times and is completley unphased. It feels solid and very well built.
The Bluetooth connection is stable, and I've expirence no drops out clipping from my Samsung galaxy note 8.
The battery lasts for days and days. Honestly I've never been caught short add it lasts 20+ hours.
Now you can't exactly slip this in a bag and forget about it as it's quite heavy, although I've taken it camping and in the car, sitting in the garden, to the park etc no problem. The charge port also saved us once camping and made sure we had enough battery to sat nav back home.
Another point, although it's very sturdy It also doesn't seem waterproof so it's not as suited for outdoors and some others on the market.
A huge advantage of these speakers is the fact that it takes Bluetooth and 3.5mm Aux cable input, as well as running of (a massive) battery and power cable. This means that if the Bluetooth stops working (very common problem with many speakers like Bose) you can still play music. It also means that if the battery stops charging, you can use it on mains as a kitchen or bedroom type speaker. I keep mine plugged in whenever I'm not taking it out, meaning I have a permanent speaker in my bedroom which is always at full charge whenever I disconnect. Even if the battery fully dies, it's replaceable as you can buy the batteries seriously and install it by undoing a few screw's. All this means is that your investment is protected, and in the case of Bluetooth or battery problems occurring outside warranty you can keep it working and won't end up with and expensive paperweight. These issues are very common with brands like Bose, JBL, Sony so you've got safeguards built in.
I had done reservations about buying this as there were fewer reviews than the Bose, JBL, Sony counterparts. After a few months with these is clear that instead of spending Thier money on marketing and advertising, audio pro have spent Thier money on quality components, meaning as a consumer you get better sound and build for less money. Don't waste your money recouping losses for marketing budgets when you should be spending it on products investing materials and manufacturing.
All in all for the price you won't do better.
The sound quality is excellent, if a little too warm and bass heavy but I like that style of sound for an easy listening experience at mid volume. Despite the quality of materials, manufacturing and sound, I would avoid buying this unit from Amazon and go direct to the manufacturer, where the customer service is better and you're more likely to get a replacement unit. The Amazon discount is not worth the trouble of having to return the faulty unit and reorder it again