The Tronsmart Element T6 Max is a 60 watt Bluetooth speaker
Tronsmart has announced the Element T6 Max, a new speaker that, despite being wireless and intended as a portable accessory, has a striking 60 watts (W) of total sound output power. The OEM claims this is due at least in part to its new SoundPulse technology.
Tronsmart has released a new Bluetooth 5.0 speaker, the Element T6 Max. Despite its completely wireless nature and take-anywhere potential, it is advertised to attain a maximal 60W of aural ouput. One unit measures 5.51x5.51x7.60 inches, yet its OEM asserts that it can easily fill a 33-foot space with its playback.
The T6 Max consists of 4 tweeters, 1 woofer and a "custom-designed array" of 8 passive radiators. They are arranged within a "classic" cylindrical housing made of an aluminium alloy in its top half and fabric in the lower half. The speakers are configured so as to deliver "360-degree" sound. Its 12000mAh battery is rated to sustain up to 20 hours' worth of playback on a single charge (provided the user keeps it at 50% volume for that long).
Tronsmart also claims that its new speaker line-up, the T6 Max included, is enhanced with its SoundPulse technology. This mainly involves the integration of custom power cells for the speakers in question, designed along the lines of the same for high-end automobile sound systems. The T6 Max also has a USB type C charging port and a 3.5mm interface. It is available for a price of US$99.99 from Tronsmart's affliate retailers.
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