Denon Envaya Mini Review – Big Sound, Compact Body

The Denon Envaya Mini doesn’t have “mini” in its name as a joke. It is roughly the size of a small hand weight. Even with its size, it has passive radiators which offer a larger sound signature than what you might have first expected when you first laid your eyes on the unit. For its price, this is about as good as a wireless portable speaker you can get in today’s market. There are other, better options in the market such as the Bose SoundLink Mini II, but that is placed at a higher price point. If you’re on a bit of a budget, then Denon’s offering may be more pleasing for your spending allowance.

Denon Envaya Mini Review - Big Sound, Compact Body

The Denon Envaya Mini is Budget-Friendly and Delivers a Large Audio Performance

The Denon Envaya Mini is the younger brother of the larger-sized Envaya. But its sibling is priced at the same class as the Bose SoundLink Mini II. For the eyes of many, the smaller, newer model promotes a smarter design.

It has a uniquely funky look. Other speakers in the same price class are looking to incorporate a modern approach to their looks. Denon’s approach takes on a different path, and it works well.

It is also a fairly robust unit as well. The Envaya Mini is splash-proof, but it is not designed to be submerged. So if you’re bringing it along with you on your next pool party, it can take splashes when placed at the side of the pool, but don’t bring it with you when you go swimming. Its grille is designed to keep the water out, and the sockets are covered with a rubbery flap. The grille is coated in metal while there are rubbery “treads” at both ends of the speaker. This means that, if by any accident, that it is dropped, the main speaker body will not come into contact with the floor.

When it comes to sound quality, it is not what you would expect from a diminutive speaker. It pushes the limits of how big and bold the sound is with a speaker that can easily fit at the palm of your hand. It has a standard driver for a speaker for its size class. This is a pair of 40-millimeter drivers that are boosted with a passive radiator. Other portable speakers uses dual radiators, Denon’s offering uses a single one.

The Denon Envaya Mini, is without a doubt, perfectly blends portability with large sound performance. While the competition in the portable Bluetooth speaker is fierce, Denon’s very compact unit offers a splash-proof design with a rugged edge.

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