- Product Dimensions: 24.9 x 8.1 x 13.5 cm ; 1.7 Kg
- Boxed-product Weight: 1.7 Kg
- Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Item Model Number: A320
- ASIN: B01HLSMVTQ
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 4 June 2018
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank:
ARCHEER 25W Bluetooth Speaker with Super Bass, Loud Bamboo Wood Home Audio Wireless Speakers with Subwoofer
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- Superior Sound Quality: this powerful speaker features dual 5W Drivers deliver crystal clear Mid and high Sound, one 15W subwoofer pumps out amazing & thumping bass. Great for home TV set, mini projector, small party etc.
- Bluetooth 4.0 Speaker Connectivity: Up to 10m/ 33 Ft operating range, enjoy room-filling sound via Bluetooth 4.0 from your snartphone, iPad, tablet or other Bluetooth enabled devices, or connect with your laptop, pc or non-bluetooth enabled devices via 3.5mm audio cable.
- Longer Playtime: Built-in 5200mAh Li-ion battery, the upgraded battery ensures estimated 11hrs at 50% volume. USB charger needs to purchase separately, we recommend ARCHEER 17W 3.4A wall charger.
- USB Recharging: recharge the bamboo speaker via the coming usb cable with separately purchased 5V/2A USB charger. Use 5V/1A charger will cause red indicator flashing charging failure.
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Breathe the Nature
Made from high class natural bamboo and skin-friendly rewind fabric material, the ARCHEER A320 indoor Stereo brings the breath of nature and soothing melody to your leisure and cozy entertaining time with mild feel in control.
The warm colored & vintage appearance makes it an indispensible interior adorn for rooms decoration, Have one in a café, a restaurant, an vintage cloth shop or a dance studio. It integrates flawlessly into your room and matches seamlessly with the texture of your wood furniture as a reflection of far-reaching impact of classical aesthetics.
As a new generation of HI-FI home stereo, sound quality values the most. With 2 crystal clear tweeters and 1 powerful subwoofer, the room-filling 2.1 Channel Stereo sound with clear treble, alto voice, and abundant bass will be reproduced in an immersive, stunning and powerful genre.
Connect A320 Bluetooth speaker to your Smartphones, tablets or laptops via Bluetooth or to your conventional music players by using the included 3.5mm audio cable to start your own music entertainment in just one step. Skip tunes and nearly all playback control can all be operated on the stereo. Enjoy your music, your lyrics and your soundtrack in a unique and highly personalized style.
Output Power: 2*5Watts+15Watts=25Watts
Signal to Noise Ratio: Bass≥75DdB; Treble≥80dB
Frequency Effects: 80 Hz-20 KHz
Battery Capacity: 5200mAh
Rated Voltage: 7.4V
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The A320s package comes with the:
*3ft USB A to micro USB charging cable
*3ft 3.5mm audio to 3.5mm audio cable for those with smartphones that still have a 3.5mm connector and don't want to waste battery via bluetooth
*A grey drawstring polyester carry bag
*6x small adhesive bumper pads to apply at the footing of your new speaker
*An instruction manual.
Most importantly for me, the sound from the speaker is deep for the bass and surprisingly clear for the treble. The mids are a bit muddled out by the bass boost but since I love my bass, this was something that I actually expected.
Comparing it to a Braven Balance that I already owned, this speaker has a deeper bass and projects a much louder volume when set at the 100 % speaker and 100% bluetooth (BT) volume.
I didn't feel the bass was over exaggerated either didn't distract from voice commentary (though everyone's taste is different, so ymmv).
The speaker does distort though when playing more bassy songs at 75% BT (@100% speaker volume) and louder volumes, but I would imagine that most portable speakers would have that trouble. The Braven Balanc also distorts on these songs.
In an open field setting (like a park), the A320S speaker volume can over power conversations at a distance of ~5m away in front of the speaker, playing at 75% BT volume.
Battery life appears to be outstanding and easily lasted 10 hours at 75% BT volume. I've played it for around 18hrs so far (subsequently at 50% volume) and still hasn't run out of charge. Though battery life is expected to degrade with more charge cycles (e.g. like your smartphones).
Bluetooth pairing was easy, just long press the power button and switch on your phone BT and it'll detect it. After an initial handshake, every future connection was almost instant.
Bluetooth connection is great, with no loss of sound quality over 5m going through 2 walls. In an open setting, BT connection only has issues when exceeding the 10m mark, or if there is no direct line of sight from around 8m onwards.
Also, general aesthetics is beautiful and it is solidly built, tipping the scales at 3.33lb. On initial unboxing, the black fabric on my speaker had one pilling, but that was easily picked off. The wood grained front panel gives the speaker a touch of class and blends in well to any varnished bookshelf.
The speaker is not without some minor caveats. On my speaker, the lip of the black plastic vent at the back was lightly scratched. It seems like quality control still has room for improvement. But Archeer has included 6 small clear rubber sticker bumper pads to reduce further scratching when placed on rough surfaces though, so kudos to them.
Unlike other portable speakers which protect their speaker cones with metal mesh cover, the A320S cones have been designed to be fully exposed which means you can leave marks on the diaphragm with dirty or oily fingers, or damage the cones when you're grabbing the speaker through its carry bag as you can't tell where exactly the exposed speaker cones are. I guess a workaround is just to lift the carry bag by the draw strings.
If you're planning on leaving the speaker indoors, then the latter con is not a problem (except maybe dust on the speaker cones). But if you're buying the speaker for portability, like me, and want to bring it outdoors then just be aware.
Also its not waterproof. At least I don't think so. And I'm definitely not even going to try.
Overall, very happy with the unit. I bought it for its price (flash sale), portability and for its bass response.
The fact that it is capable of being a very loud speaker with long battery runtimes, makes it a perfect addition to those outdoors summer outings.
I had no problems pairing over Bluetooth or playing music via the included 3.5mm AUX cable. Sound quality is decent, with lots of bass and plenty of volume for such a compact speaker. Would have liked to see a RCA input though.
Took 4-5 hours to charge, and I've never come close to running out of battery power. Two units can be combined for a stereo setup, but I'm not sure if it would add enough over just a single speaker.
Overall very happy with the speaker.
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So, I am an audio nerd. I spend way too much time, money, and effort on listening to things. I build stereos and amplifiers using all different kinds of speakers (drivers), and really enjoy the variation of sound that can be produced from big expensive systems all the way down to sub-mini portable speakers. I wouldn’t label myself an “audiophile” because of ridiculousness the label carries (I don’t buy $200 cables), but I have spent hundreds of hours testing or building audio equipment.
A bit of my audio background for perspective… I have a set of Pluto speakers that I built (designed by Siegfried Linkwitz) which run about $2000 and sound mind-blowing. My daily stereo for TV and things is a 7.2 Onkyo/Yamaha setup. I have probably a dozen other stereo setups, including some very small open-baffle designs, and own a dozen or so Bluetooth speakers. I have also built a high-end portable stereo running on a sealed lead-acid battery.
The surprisingly thing is, this Archeer bamboo speaker is simply the best battery powered stereo that I own.
This is not something that I say lightly, but it’s true. I can tell a considerable amount of time and expertise was spent designing this system. Notice that it has two drivers for the middle to high frequencies, and a single woofer in the center for low-frequency extension. Getting these two types of speakers to jive together involves a “cross-over”, so that the frequencies go to the correct speaker, which is difficult to design well and usually results in noticeable frequency spikes. For example, many stereos will have good bass and clean highs, but the middles are muddy. Others have a sharp or shrill spot in somewhere in the range of high female vocals. Incredibly, this unit has a very impressive clean sweep up the frequency band. I suspect the ~4inch center woofer has considerable range, and allows good blending with the tweeters. Furthermore, the box is tuned very well using the woofer port on the back of the case… again, something that often causes a “boxy” sound or muddled but strong bass.
What this means to you, is that the stereos just sounds great. I played a wide range of music, including hip hop, indy, acoustic, rock, classical, folk… it just sounds incredibly clean and spirited. The low end has plenty of room, you will not get this stereo and be disappointed in the bass response. Importantly, the bass it puts out is clean and sharp, with each beat well separated from the other components of the music. The highs are clean, which isn’t that hard to achieve, but the middles are shockingly tight and clean as well. Listening to something bass-heavy with mid-range vocals, like Nick Drake, produces lovely, rich sound. I’m just really impressed with how great this sounds while being in such as small package.
Besides audio quality, the construction is heavy and solid. It paired with my iPhone in less than a few seconds and reconnects as soon as the speaker is powered on. It has great volume output and cranked up about to 60% of max was able to fill my living room with a concert. The bamboo is thick and beautifully finished, and it looks as good as any stereo that I own. The fact that it is wireless and battery powered is shocking; it shouldn’t be able to sound this good!
Beautifully clean, rich sound. The bass is very tight and strong, and blends incredibly well with the rest of the music. It looks expensive, feels expensive, and sounds expensive. Quite an incredible combination, especially being wireless and battery powered.
Being this small, and sounding this good, it is hard to think of any complaints. Like most stereos, the sound loses some clarity is turning up to 100% volume. However, I notice no distortion even at 95% volume, which is very good.
It is very impressive how some determined individuals are able to engineer beautifully rich sound from such a small package. The drivers were well chosen and implemented, and the result is detailed, impressive sound. It doesn’t hurt that the thing makes my interior décor look more classy at the same time : )
So, the one major issue is the battery and charger. This speaker needs an AC adapter. It uses a micro-usb cell phone charger instead of an AC adapter. This seems to be the way a lot of devices are going and I hate it. First, the battery last a decent time and forever on low volume; however it takes forever to charge with the micro usb charger. Second, you can't really listen to the speaker while it is charger, so basically with an AC adapter yiu can keep it plugged in inside the home; this unit is pretty much designed to run on the battery only.
I noticed this flaw when the battery was dead, I assumed I could connect the charger and keep listening, but the unit kept turning off because the charge was not yet high enough. This makes me question the long-term value of the speaker, what happens when the battery will no longer hold a charge? With an AC adapter you'd still be able to use it inside the home. I am still keeping the speaker because it sounds so great!
I wanted a speaker with a nice aesthetic for use in the kitchen/dining room area. My wife didn't want it to have a large footprint and I wanted it to be capable of producing great audio. The problem being that room filling quality audio is something that generally requires a larger speaker. The Archeer seemed to be a good choice because it met all of my physical criteria; I just needed to hear how it sounded. That is probably why you're reading this as well.
I found that the A320 produces great audio,with solid bass; which can be heavy on certain tracks. The bass that this little speaker is capable of is truly rather surprising and it is tight and punchy. The bass is most appreciated at lower volume levels that typically sound rather tinny in small speakers. Music played at lower volume levels on the A320 is full-bodied and a real pleasure to listen to.
Music played at higher volumes sounds great and the A320 is capable of substantial volume without any noticeable distortion. The bass remains prominent in the sound stage; however, it is clean and clear without the muddiness that enhanced bass has. If you are using the A320 via Bluetooth you can adjust the audio output with an equalizer app and fine tune the speaker's output to your liking. You can also do this using the line-in jack if the device you're attaching has the capability. Unfortunately the Amazon Echo can't be used to adjust bass, mid-range or treble despite what an online article states.
The Archeer A320 is a solid buy and you will be pleasantly surprised by its solid build, style and audio quality. It arrives in a plain brown box and comes with an auxiliary cable as well as a USB to Micro USB charging/power cable. The instructions are hidden in one of the foam inserts protecting the speaker. If you are setting the speaker up with a Dot like I did with the 1/8 auxiliary cable and plug them both into the same USB power source you'll hear some feedback; this went away after I plugged them into separate USB ports and could have been because it was charging the speaker's battery. The A320 arrived at least partially charged and doesn't have a battery level indicator that I'm aware of.