LT-300-NA-1001 Libra WiFi Speaker, Salty Grey
|Price:||$225.55 + $13.00 shipping|
- WiFi speaker
- Connectivity: WiFi, 3.5 mm mini-jack (analog), USB audio
- Comes with one speaker, AC charger, quick guide, and a wool cover
- Wrapped in fine changeable Italian wool
There is a newer model of this item:
Customers Who Viewed This Item Also Viewed
- Brand Name: Libratone
- Model Number: LT-300-US-1001
- Battery Average Life: 8 Hours
- Item Display Depth: 4 inches
- Media Type: MP3
Top Customer Reviews
Seeking the best possible combination of small size, flexibility and sound quality, I narrowed the choices down to the Libratone Zipp, the Ultimate Ears Boom, and the Bose Soundlink Mini.
Here’s the bottom line:
1. Ultimate Ears Boom - I really, really wanted to like these. The gadget geek in me loved the cool, minimalist design, ruggedized materials, great battery life, and rich wireless feature set.
This company is clearly going overboard to deliver great usability and flexibility, but from the first listen, it was clear that all of the industrial design and software engineering was ultimately a failed attempt to overcome the limitations of the audio hardware.
The UE Boom features a downloadable app that lets you choose different equalization profiles for indoors, outdoors (“out loud”), bass boost, vocals, etc., but no amount of waveform tweakery could disguise the lack of low-end response and the shrill, fatiguing quality of the sound. Selecting “bass boost” brought the output level down by about 25% compared to the default “out loud” setting, and seems to flatten out the higher frequency response slightly without introducing much boominess, but it still couldn’t hide the abrasive “shouting” quality of the audio.
I tested them in a number of settings and even lead a blind A/B/C comparison with my spouse and our verdict was unequivocal - these speakers are better than nothing, but are certainly not in the same league as the Libratone or the Bose.
2.Read more ›
Now The Zipp portable speaker will absolutely blow your mind for such a tiny speaker. I keep it in guest rooms or use it outside so everyone can enjoy hifi. Ribbon tweeters inside a portable unit? Are you kidding me? As a dancer, the one place where almost all stereo equipment lacks is in the highs- In dance studios they always tweak the EQ so you can hear the crack of the snare drum and really hit moves. Even on thousand dollar systems and five thousand dollar systems, it's always diminished. With the Zipp I can actually hear lows, mids and highs equally and perfectly expressed. You can hear the sound everywhere and I can't believe it even sounds good when you're in the other room. The battery and leather handle make it a must. Bring it with you to hotel rooms on romantic getaways and it's like having a live concert in your hotel.Read more ›
We've had nothing but reliable service from it for the past 3 days. I wanted an airplay speaker for the kitchen, but with limited counter space options were limited. This little thing looks quite at home next to the knife rack and it really fills the room with sound beautifully. Being on a countertop is really conducive to it's acoustical propensities plus you can download an iPhone app and tell it like "it's on a counter 5 inches from the wall' and it'll make some adjustments that really do make it sound better. Not just some random weird eq setting.
So, it's kind of expensive but it's really a great performing and well thought out product. Very much in Apple's league. I suggest you buy it if you're thinking about it. You can always return it. But you won't.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Sounds good but the big drawback of this wifi speaker (as opposed to their Bluetooth/Wifi one) is that you can't send music to the speaker from your iOS device and use the internet... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Slapsticker
Potentially a graet wireless speaker. However, the lack of a raliable wireless connection makes this just an average speaker. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Bill Gates
The best speaker you’ll ever have, Libratone Zipp
The BEST speaker I have ever tried! I have tried a lot of speakers whether they were water proof speakers, Bluetooth... Read more
Blinking red light. Blinking yellow light. Blinking white light. Pulsing white light. What do the mean? I have a life so remembering the manual I read a year ago is hard. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Peter Wisnovsky
Could not get it hooked up-ultimately the system froze and the thing would not reset. Spent time on the phone with support folks, who were very nice, but couldn't solve the... Read morePublished 19 months ago by kathy
Exceeded my expectations. Great sounding speaker. Setting it up is a bit tricky, but not overly complicated. Nice quality.Published 19 months ago by Stephen Feltner
The speaker is excellent, but AirPlay is unreliable. It drops out frequently, and does not stay connected the way Bluetooth does. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Hugh R. Woodall