KitSound Voice One with Alexa Built-In and Spotify Voice Control Multi-Room Smart Speaker - Grey
|Speakers Maximum Output Power||20 Watts|
|Item Weight||4.41 Pounds|
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- Amazon Alexa enabled speaker with 20W of ear-thumping power. The voice one surpasses most other smart speakers with its impressive sound and retro inspired sleek design.
- Works with Amazon Music, Apple Music, Spotify, Internet Radio and More. All your music available in one place.
- Multi-room connectivity for up to eight voice one speakers and USB charging output for external devices. Frequency Response: 60 Hertz - 20000 Hertz
- Whether it is playing music, checking the weather, finding out the daily news the voice one can do all this and much more
- Download any of Alexa's skills to enable the voice one to do everything you need, KitSound are also continuously updating so the voice one is only going to get smarter
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KitSound is an audio brand based in the UK. Bringing you closer to the music you love, the music you need, is how KitSound was born. And we have engineered next-level audio technology to help take you there. Because you don’t just hear music, you feel it.
KitSound Voice One
The smart speaker you've been waiting for.
You wanted a voice-activated speaker with specialized audio quality. We heard you. That’s why we’re launching the KitSound Voice One smart speaker. Developed in collaboration with Amazon, the Voice One combines the intelligence of Alexa with KitSound’s audio expertise.
The Voice One comes with hands-free access to Amazon Alexa. Alexa is the cloud-based voice service that powers Amazon Echo and Echo Dot. Alexa is always getting smarter — just ask and she’ll answer questions, order a pizza, read books, or even become your Personal Trainer as she leads your workout routines. With thousands of Alexa Skills, you can tailor your Voice One to match your lifestyle and meet your needs.
Our engineers have passionately crafted a nostalgic speaker that looks as good as it sounds. Ear-thumping power jumps from the full-range drivers to deliver room-filling Hi-Fi audio. Component-like sophistication oozes powerful sound with stunning clarity – making a statement anywhere you care to appreciate your music.
With built-in multi-room technology, you can connect up to 8 Voice One speakers together wirelessly. Stream your favorite playlists or connect an external music source to one of the speakers and re-distribute the sound to other speakers via Wi-Fi, allowing you to enjoy your music in every room – regardless if it’s on Spotify or vinyl.
Stain resistant Nano coating
Blending the style of the past with the technology of the future, the Voice One features a stain-resistant Nano coated woven grill to protect against little splashes – perfect if you love listening to your music whilst you cook.
USB output charging
We know that outlets are like gold dust, and you never have enough in your home. We’ve thought about that, and made the Voice One a charging outlet for external devices. Just plug your device’s USB charger cable into the back of your Voice One and it will charge it for you.
Can you connect multiple Voice One speakers together
Yes – the Voice One features Multi-room technology, so you can connect up to 8 Voice One speakers together wirelessly.
Does the Voice One need an Amazon Echo Dot to work
No, the Voice One comes with Alexa built-in to offer you everything the Echo can.
What about Spotify voice control
Spotify AVS voice control is now live - allowing you to choose from your favorite tunes with a simple voice command. Existing users can install the new firmware from the KS app.
Is the Voice One hard to set up
Not at all – just follow the included Quick Start Guide to get your Voice One up and running with ease.
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|Sold By||Amazon.com||Slam-Dunk||Audio Advisor, Inc.||Amazon.com||Olive Branch Enterprises|
|Connectivity Technology||USB||Wireless, Bluetooth||Wi-Fi, Bluetooth||Wi-Fi, Bluetooth||Wireless, Bluetooth|
|Item Dimensions||15.80 x 7.90 x 7.90 inches||2.68 x 7.40 x 7.40 inches||10.39 x 24.72 x 4.80 inches||4.31 x 6.68 x 8.01 inches||3.50 x 3.50 x 9.40 inches|
|Item Weight||4.41 lbs||—||23.00 lbs||4.65 lbs||—|
KitSound Voice One with Alexa Built-In and Spotify AVS Voice Control Multi-Room Smart Speaker - Grey.
With Spotify AVS Voice Control now enabled, play your favourite playlist, artist, album or song with a simple voice command.
KitSound Voice Alexa Enabled Smart Speaker – Grey
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It has an impressive stereo soundfield for a speaker that is 5 inches wide by 5 1/2" deep by 11" high. It has a very solid feeling, weighing just over 4 pounds. Plenty of mass to reverberate bass notes. It is best positioned about one foot from a wall or flat surface to makes the best use of the bass port located in the back.
It is a great speaker for streaming internet radio stations via Alexa through the Tunein network. It supports Spotify and that app can be controlled via one's phone or tablet. I stream Amazon Music and easily access my playlists and album content.
The Voice One Smart Speaker has very good ears and can hear the Alexa wake word even it its whispered within several feet. If by any chance the music is playing too loud, a small KS icon lights up at the bottom of the front facing control pad, noting it may not hear the wake word, which indicates you can hit the pause button on the remote and she will hear you.
The Kitsound Voice One is easy to change modes with. Bluetooth is immediately responsive and syncs up quickly. The line in mode works very well with my Google Chromecast audio dongle. This makes the unit very capable of performing in three different modes effortlessly.
The remote control mirrors the design of the controls on the front of the Voice One. On the main speaker the circular volume control contains a lighted central element that feeds back what mode you are using and Alexa's responses. On the remote the circular design is multipurpose, allowing track changing via the Kitsound Music Player and volume up and down. Plus the center portion acts as a pause button.
The power supply for the Kitsound Voice One is built inside the unit. It comes supplied with 3 line cords. One USA, one UK and one EU. So no wall warts to contend with. It is as simple as plugging a toaster into the wall socket. In the stand-by mode the Voice One consumes 2 watts. In wake mode, it consumes 2.8 watts and in play mode it consumes just less than 4 watts from a 120 volt AC source. So it is very green.
It comes with a quick guide user manual. A full featured illustrated 30 page user manual can be downloaded from the Kitsound.co.uk website. Also there is an insert for featuring Spotify.
In summary, this is a well thought out and designed smart speaker that has the added plus, missing from most other smart speakers, of stereo capability. This makes it a pleasure to listen to music from. It has plenty of volume and can play loud enough to hurt one's ears. The Voice One can be added to up to 8 units altogether for full house coverage and is accessible by the Kitsound app for customizing same. Via the Alexa app I have full control over all the smart devices in my home with just the sound of my voice. It comes double boxed and has plenty of product protection within. No cost was spared to make this something you would really like to have and use.
Its a winner and I can highly recommend it.
Out of the box; Voice One was easy to set up. Download the app, power up Voice One and follow the instruction in the app. Super easy set up that took about 4 minutes. A well-constructed, easy to use remote came along with Voice One; similar to the remote we got with our Echo Gen1. We like having the remote when we’re entertaining, as you don’t have to shout over people (mostly noisy kids) in order to control the device.
Aesthetically, Voice One is less industrial looking that other Alexa enabled speaker systems. Voice One is about the size of a small/medium loaf of sandwich bread. The edges are softer and Voice One is covered with a charcoal gray cloth (per the manufacturer; has a stain-resistant nano coating) which will allow it to sit humbly unnoticed.
After signing into my Amazon account, Voice One sync’d easily with my Alexa account. No fuss, no muss.
Time for an initial sound check. I asked Alexa to play some Bob Marley. Nice rich bass, smooth mid-tones; very nice on the ears. Not surprising, as Voice One has a dedicated bass port. It certainly makes a difference. James Taylor next… very sharp sound to match the clarity of his vocals. Frankie Goes to Hollywood... volume all the way up… awesome! No distortion and plenty of sound to completely fill 1,200 sq ft of main floor living space. Voice One was too loud for my 8 year old who usually loves the music loud. Voice One’s two opposing 2.5 inch, 10w speaker drivers and bass port spread sound throughout the house with little effort.
I asked Alexa to play a Pandora station. No response. Without any troubleshooting on my part, Voice One automatically recognized that a firmware update was in order; even messaging that the firmware update included compatibility with Pandora. 4 minutes later, Voice One had digested the firmware update and played my Pandora station when asked. Apparently Voice One can think for itself too. Imagine that, a smart device that solves its own problems. Nice work KitSound!
When we have music playing loud on the Echo, we have to shout in order for Alexa to respond to our beckoning. I was surprised to find that the microphones (only 2 microphones) in Voice One could isolate my voice from the loud music and respond to my voice commands without having to shout. Really nice- my wife says we have enough shouting in our house already. We’ll attribute this to superior quality microphones compared to the 7 microphones contained within Echo.
Connecting phones, audio players, etc. to Voice One is no problem- lots of choices here. BlueTooth pairing was simple and easy. It’s nice to have a line-in so when that music buff friend comes over and wants to play THEIR playlist, they can have at it; without having to worry about pairing. We love that there is a USB port on the back which allows us to charge a device while connected to the Voice One. We also use it to keep an extra charge cable available for charging our FitBits. Who couldn’t use another USB port for charging devices anyway?
Voice One smart home compatibility is on par with other Alexa enabled devices. Voice One is compatible with the major smart home devices out in the market thus far.
I would certainly recommend the Voice One Smart Speaker to friends and family as I am recommending it to you. I was pleasantly surprised by the esthetics, ease of set up, sound quality and extra features designed into the Voice One Smart Speaker.
Top reviews from other countries
My first impression based solely on the packaging was quite surprising, I remember KitSound going back a few years and how much more premium the product seems just from something as simple as the unboxing experience.
Alongside the speaker which was lighter than expected, I found there to be a UK, EU and even a US power adapter, an AUX cable, remote control and user guide.
The speaker as mentioned previously is very lightweight but does unfortunately have a plastic kind of feel to it but the design itself is really eye catching and could quite easily compliment any room set up although holds quite a modern design. The remote on the other hand has a weighty feel to it which made the product feel slightly more premium; I was expecting the remote to be similar to the type you receive with a budget sound bar (thin, light, tacky) but was quite the opposite.
Setting the speaker up was incredibly easy as KitSound have developed a mobile application for both Android and iOS which walks you through every step and also adds extra functionality for linking in paid for music services such as Spotify, Tidal and Napster but also free services such as TuneIn to listen to radio stations.
I have played with the speaker over the last two days or so and find it to be really enjoyable to use. The sound quality is more than adequate although at times the bass was a little much, for most home set ups, not quite on par with the likes of Sonos of which I imagine KitSound are trying to compete with but again this isn't a mainstream brand so to compare directly would be somewhat unfair.
Alexa works great although I still think Amazon have some work to compete alongside the likes of Google Assistant with the functionality lacking in some areas but I personally wouldn't use the Alexa functionality for anything more than asking to switch radio stations in which Alexa does well.
You can buy up to 8 Voice One speaker and pair them together using the app to sync the content you are playing across your home which is a really nice feature to see on a speaker at the price point they are selling for - although get yourself a bargain and wait till theres a promo on and get two for the RRP of one.
Overall the speaker itself does what it should do and pretty well. I would recommend this product quite highly if you are looking for a home sound system and are not looking to break the bank or the likes of Bose and Sonos are just out of your budget.
I had intended to purchase a much better known brand, until I heard a sound comparison and looked at the fantastic connection options.
I purchased a pair and have them set as right and left stereo channels in a large room.
My advice is buy a pair!
Update: Alexa is dead on my speaker. I suspect the chip that enabled this to work has died, not even a factory reset will bring her back. At just two months old this is not acceptable and considering that this was a replacement for a speaker that would not set up, which was a replacement for a speaker that came with cosmetic damage says everything. Kitsounds budget build and poor quality control means this is a product and company to avoid.
Only downside is that I've got the speaker near the TV so sometimes Alexa will turn on music, etc. because of dialogue in whatever I'm watching.