Paww SoundBox 10 Review – A Bluetooth Speaker Compatible With GoPro Mounts

The Paww SoundBox 10 falls under the category as one of the affordable Bluetooth speakers you can get in today’s market. It can be quite easy to assume that since it is part of the low-end ones that it doesn’t sound as good as others that are found in the higher-end of the market. However, it can deliver a surprising level of audio performance, and it has a sleek design that you may even surprise you considering its price. However, there are some distortion issues going on tracks with deep bass. Furthermore, since the speaker is quite light, it can dance around tabletops when it reaches its highest volume.

Paww SoundBox 10 Review - A Bluetooth Speaker Compatible With GoPro Mounts

The Paww SoundBox 10 Produces a Fairly Solid Audio Experience for its Price

For its measurements, the Paww SoundBox 10 comes with 2.2 x 4.8 x 2.8-inches. It features a touch capacitive control panel found at the top of the unit. There are white LED buttons for Bluetooth pairing, Track Forward/Backward, Play/Pause, and Volume Up/Down. Speaking of its volume, the device’s loudness can be independently controlled and not in conjunction with the connected device.

A touchscreen control panel is a nice touch for its price, but it can take multiple taps to do achieve simple tasks. Tapping on the panel once will wake the display up, then you will have to tap the Play button again to un-pause music. There is also a built-in mic for speakerphone operation which is great should you receive a call when the speaker is connected to your phone.

There is a forward-facing grille which covers the neodymium drivers. These drivers generate the speaker’s impressively solid audio in an outward manner. Due to the angle of the drivers, the audio coming out of the SoundBox 10 is best heard from a distance and not while standing right next to the unit.

On tracks with strong sub-bass content, it delivers a decent level of bass depth. However, do note that the bass levels tend to distort at higher volumes. When playing the tracks at moderate volume levels, the distortion disappears. However, the “kicks” from the bass will immediately turn to a light tap.

If you’re in the market for a portable Bluetooto speaker that has a splashproof design, or can deliver better bass and does not distort at higher volumes, then you might want to look somewhere else rather than get the Paww SoundBox 10. It is still worth the consider for its price, but there’s not much on offer to make it highly recommendable.


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