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Creative Muvo 20 Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker with NFC, Amp and Dual Flared Bass Port (Black)
- Tap & Play NFC technology for fuss-free and easy usage
- High performance wireless playback with aptX high definition codec support - sounds as good as a wired connection
- Biggest sound in its class, with two powerful 3-inch full-range drivers, high output amplifier and advanced dual flared bass port tube
- Built-in rechargeable battery with more than 10 hours of playtime on a single charge plus a battery bank feature allowing you to charge your smartphone
- Built-in microphone intuitively switches from music to phone conversation and back again
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Creative MUVO 20 Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker with NFC
Get louder audio with Creative MUVO 20! Featuring powerful drivers in an enlarged enclosure and Creative BasXPort technology, MUVO 20 delivers the biggest sound in its class. Take it anywhere with you to enjoy non-stop, high-quality wireless audio for up to 10 hours. This handy speaker also lets you charge your mobile devices via its dedicated USB port.
Your Audio on the MUVO
Enjoy louder, more impactful audio with Creative MUVO 20, wherever, whenever! With its built-in battery and wireless capabilities, there are simply no limits to how you can enjoy your audio.
Biggest Sound in its Class
The MUVO 20 delivers bigger sound than most other portable speakers. It incorporates the BasXPort technology, which features an advanced dual-flared bass port tube to deliver clean and high-output bass. This technology works hand-in-hand with a pair of powerful 3″ full-range drivers, housed in a large acoustic enclosure, to deliver audio acoustics that is comparable to a mains-powered speaker.
Kick Back and Relax
Liven up your party with MUVO 20's powerful audio that's comparable to that delivered by a mains-powered speaker. Its built-in battery can be conveniently recharged via the micro USB connection.
For fuss-free pairing just tap your NFC-enabled device on the speaker. Alternatively connect it to your Bluetooth devices using the conventional method, or to a wide range of analogue devices via 3.5mm aux-in.
A Portable Dynamo
Long lasting MUVO 20's built-in Li-ion battery lasts more than 10 hours on a single charge. You can simply recharge it via USB.
High-Quality Wireless Audio
Going wireless with the MUVO 20 is quick and easy. Simply tap and pair! Equipped with the aptX high-definition codec, you can be sure that the wireless audio streamed on MUVO 20 sounds as good as that from a wired connection.
Charge Your Devices
If you're running low on battery power, MUVO 20 can also be used as a backup power source to charge your mobile devices.
Chat with Ease -- It's a Speakerphone Too
With the built-in microphone, MUVO 20 acts as a speakerphone so you can use it for hands-free mobile voice calls. It's also easy to switch between phone calls and music playback. Just press the Bluetooth button to pick up or end a call.
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Oh, and it costs 79$ at time of writing. What in God's name are you spending 300$ on a portable speaker for?
I bought this a little over a year ago and was very pleased. I wanted a speaker for using outdoors that would have a good loud sound and it did the job perfectly. However, after about 10 months, I couldn't get it to charge anymore. When plugging in the charge cord I noticed the charge light would blink but not stay on. A couple of times, it stayed on, but the unit still did not charge. It no longer powers on at all. Before my warranty was up (12 month warranty) I sent an email to Creative. No reply or acknowledgement or anything. I thought 'so much for that', but then tried again later which was a little after the 12 month warranty was up - and I got an acknowledgement immediately telling me they would get back to me within 24-48 hours. I waited almost 2 weeks and no response. I finally took one last shot and decided to do an online chat with them.... bottom line, it had exceeded its 12 month warranty. Yep, they ignored my request when it was under warranty, then were happy to tell me there was nothing they could do, after I finally got hold of someone later after the 12 months were up. How convenient! They said they would be happy to help if I could dig up proof of my original email when it was under warranty, which I'm sure I deleted somewhere along the line. At the time it was only $49.99 so I decided to it would be time better spent looking for other brands of speakers. I have been a life long fan of Creative Labs speakers, but I guess I need to move on. The speaker itself, when it was working was great for what I needed. Sadly it just didn't last long.
This product has may features including:
• Rechargeable battery (charged by Micro USB)
• USB out to charge other devices
• Bluetooth or Auxiliary connection
• Simple button push to find reaming charge
~~Size and Battery Life~~
The speaker is a little over one foot in length and four inches in width and height and light weight. The rechargeable battery does drain quickly when the speaker is at full volume; however, full volume on the speaker is rarely needed. With 50% volume or less the battery can last up to 8 hours on a single charge.
~Connection and sound Quality~
The loudness of the speaker seems to more quiet when using the auxiliary cable than using Bluetooth, but using Bluetooth connection is simple and allows the device playing music to stay with the user. The Bluetooth connection is also very strong allowing you to walk up to twenty feet away and still have a strong connection.
Overall, the speaker is well designed, and will last multiple years and charges. The Muvo allows for easy and high quality sound almost anywhere you go.
This thing, like the Oontz XL and Sony BTX300, gets LOUD for its size.
With my iPhone in bluetooth mode, it sounded great, clear crisp highs and YES it does have some great bass response.
It was so good I thought it would be a tossup as to which one I kept.
I wanted to keep the Sony as it has the 3 stereo mode, so for music, you can either get full on midrange punch for a party, or great bass punch, or a super spatial surround sound. But the Sony lost it with line in.
The Muvo is just as loud with "line in" as with bluetooth. So WATCH out those of you in the next hotel room, my travel movies on computer just got real life sound.
It's big (the Oontz is smaller and the Sony is the same length but shallower) but lighter than the other two, and if bluetooth streaming music is what you need, this WILL do an indoor party, It's LOUD LOUD LOUD. And It STAYS LOUD with line in, where the others drop off volume and clarity.
It's so loud, at full volume you do NOT want to sit right in front of it.
You could take this outside and the neighbors could hear it over their TV.
When it came down to it, I wanted to keep the Oontz due to its size, but this thing so far overpowered it, I had to let the Oontz weakness for 'line in' send it packing.