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Broan-NuTone SPK110 Sensonic Bathroom Exhaust Fan With Bluetooth Speaker, ENERGY STAR Certified, 1.0 Sones, 110 CFM, White
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|Electric fan design||Exhaust Fan|
|Recommended Uses For Product||Ventilating, Indoor|
|Mounting Type||Semi Flush Mount|
|Controller Type||App Control|
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- FAN COMBO: Exhaust fan with built-in Bluetooth Dual High-Fidelity Sensonic Speakers is powerful enough for rooms (including bathroom) up to 105 sq. ft.
- WIRELESS STEREO: Brilliant audio performance concealed behind your fan grille allows audio through most Bluetooth-enabled devices
- EASY INSTALLATION: Easy to install and/or replace existing product for DIY'ers. Fan fits 2"x 8" ceiling construction and includes unique spacer for easy I-joist mounting
- RELIABLE: Motor engineered for continuous operation at 1.0 Sones and 110 CFM for your convenience
- SAFE: This ENERGY STAR* qualified fan is UL listed for use over bathtub or shower when installed with a GFCI protected branch circuit. Type IC for use in direct contact with thermal insulation
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Make your morning routine fun with the Broan Sensonic Bathroom Exhaust Fan with Speaker! This Bluetooth speaker calls for morning dance parties when you're getting ready for your day. This exhaust fan combo effectively clears odors at 110 CFM and operates at 1.0 Sones. It features dual high-fidelity sensonic speakers that are concealed behind the fan grille and can play audio through most Bluetooth-enabled devices. The fan vents bathrooms up to 105 sq. ft. to help prevent from forming. The white polymeric grille fits neatly within the ceiling to provide a cohesive look to your existing decor. This unit includes a 4" round duct with a tapered sleeve and no metallic clatter as well as a unique spacer for easy I-joist mounting. Upgrade your bathroom with the Broan Sensonic Bathroom Exhaust Fan with Speaker today! Bath Fan meaures 13" x 14" x 8.625". Housing dimensions measure 10.5" x 11.375" x 10.5".
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Reviewed in the United States on October 31, 2020
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As for the installation. if you are changing out an old fan you will have to get into your attic and haul the new unit up there. You will not be able to mount it from below. Broan makes this really for a new install project or major renovation where the ceiling is ripped out. But it can be done as a retrofit with some adaptation. There is only a mounting flange on one side of the unit (a dual one would have been helpful) since my install had the flange opposite to where I could use it. I had to purchase the optional hanging bar kit. The bars are adjustable and screw into the sides of the box with spacers. The bars are meant to slip under the joists as they have an "L" shape to them. In an existing ceiling, slipping them between the joist and the drywall may be impossible, it was for me. I put the "L" side in vice and bent it flat, making it a straight piece.It is just sheet metal so this is very easy to accomplish. This made it much easier to hammer the nail into the side of the joist and secure it. You may still need some wood blocks to add extra stability if you feel the need, not that it is going anywhere.
The moment of truth, wired up and flipped the switch. The fan is very quiet. They rate it as a 1.0 Sones level (whatever that means, whoever heard of a Sones. I would prefer a decibel dB rating ). I picked up my iPad and went to the Bluetooth settings, sure enough it appeared and connected easily. it sounds reasonably good for a little stereo speaker crammed into a fan. The background fan sound is not loud at all.
The grill is the dumbest part of the whole thing. Nobody thought this one through. look at the picture. It is pretty large and Broan insists on stamping their name on it for you to see. Maybe if this was in a public rest room for advertising, but really in my own bathroom? This is not the worst part though. Broan makes the side frame thick on only on 2 sides to cover the edges. The other two sides have only a thin edge and you can see up to the edge of the drywall through it. It exposes very clearly the drywall edges that in most cases is not going to be perfect if it is sitting on top of the drywall. You will have to sand smooth and maybe paint white the drywall edge. You can't be sloppy on these 2 edges. I suppose this was done as the speaker is against the edge of the box inside and a wider frame could impede the sound flow. Still they could have come up with a more elegant grill pattern. It looks bad looking up into it. 2 stars for the grill.
The fan must run with the speaker. There is not a separate way to listen to the speaker without the fan being on. That being said you could divide the wires out of the harnesses and wire them separately if you know what you are doing. It is not a recommended alternative from the company. I think on the next version they should have an option to turn the fan on or off while retaining the Bluetooth capabilities.
I think the fan is pretty quiet. If the music volume is moderate it should not be noticeable. Some people's ears are more sensitive and may object to any fan sound. It does not bother me.
The music sound is reasonably good. I think it does well in a larger master bathroom. I have 16 feet x 12 feet of space and the sound fills the room nicely. I was pleasantly surprised that something that looks pretty small puts out fairly decent sound. If you are expecting audiophile performance you will be disappointed. Then again Bluetooth is not the way to get superb sound anyway. If you want to listen to music in the shower or in the tub without having to set up a music player on your sink or vanity this is a reasonable way to do it. You of course can steam anything you want to listen to. More expensive ways can always be done with speakers in the ceiling or other areas. This combines 2 functions in one unit with better than average results at a reasonable price.
1) the wiring obviates the fact that the speaker is an afterthought. I don't know if they sell the speaker as an aftermarket add-on for this fan and others in their product offering, but that's how it comes off despite the packaging and pitch. The plastic Molex-type connector to establish a safe connection for the hot and neutral lines is fairly necessary because without it, the sharp edge of the galvanized housing presents a serious safety risk. Unfortunately, if you want to run a separate hot line for the speaker, so you can use the speaker without the fan running, you need to make a modification that tempts the customer to remove that Molex connector. The included adapter daisy chains the power to the speaker and the fan from the Molex that passes mains through the fan housing, but there's not an easy way to break this connection safely for the average guy. I got around it with a lot of heat shrink tubing to protect the wires and some clamps screwed into the housing to keep the cables from rubbing on the sharp edge after I cut out the Molex connector.
2) The fan housing is grounded and the speaker does not appear to be. There is a ground between the daisy chained Molex connectors that supply the fan and speaker, so the ground to the fan housing could supply the ground to the speaker, but neither the Molex through the fan housing nor the fan itself have a ground, so the green wire between the daisy chained connectors is worse than useless - possibly disastrously misleading. The speaker frame bracket would permit grounding as it's a metal connection to the fan housing, but it isn't clear that there is a ground connection inside the speaker to the bolt(s) holding the bracket to the plastic speaker housing.
3) There were no bolts in the box to mount the speaker frame to the fan housing. I'm lucky I have hardware laying around but I'd have taken off another star if I had to make a trip out for such a silly oversight in the middle of a project that leaves a hole in my ceiling in December.
4) You must supply your own cable anchor for the input. I assume this is because they don't know whether you are going to use NM or MC cable, but the provided galvanized L-shaped plate thing permits use of neither without modification. If this weren't more than a hundred dollars, I'd perhaps not expect at least a cheap plastic retainer clip to be included. As is, I would have expected the standard NM clamp that you buy for electrical boxes and the 1/2" conduit connection you use for MC cable. Those things, like the hardware for the speaker mount, aren't expensive but are annoying to have to go out for. Again, I was lucky to have them on hand, but for crying out loud, these things are as much about the safety of your project as about the annoyance of the install.
Edit March 2021, the speaker stopped working less than two months after installation...I think. Not sure if it's an issue with the speaker itself or the Bluetooth receiver but two phones, and iPad, and two computers cannot connect to it. Got maybe two hours total of speaker use, so now this does nothing more than a fan that costs 25% of what I paid. We'll see what customer support will do.
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Does a much better job of clearing our bathroom from steam than our old fan.
The sound is pretty good, considering how it sounds over the fan itself and the sound of a shower running. You can't hear the treble super-well but I think that's just a consequence of the unavoidable noise from the fan itself (which isn't *too* noisy, but I also wouldn't call it "quiet" exactly) and the high-pitch white noise from the shower.
Overall, I recommend it. The sound is plenty good enough for showering and can go quite loud.