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Kitsound Hive Bluetooth Wireless Portable Stereo Speaker - Black

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Listen to music or take calls with this sturdy, high-quality and rich-bass bluetooth speaker. Small, practical and effective this is a great speaker to keep with you on the move.

  • "The sound quality is absolutely brilliant"
  • "Wicked bass!"

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Mark Packham
17th July 2015

Hive portable speaker
Hive speaker
Good quality speaker, nice product and the slind is OK on it. It has a classy look and I have enjoyed linking it to my ohone.
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John Q Public
City of Gotham
3rd January 2015

Big sound from smll package
Order arrived only a few days after placed. Quality of item is excellent. It is as described in various reviews on YouTube. It gets pretty loud for it's size, but don't expect it to sound as full and loud as your home high-if. It's perfectly portable for use with your phone or tablet.
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Anas Patel
29th May 2014

HP DV6-6B6EA notebook, Cowon i10, Fiio e12, Albrecht AE2990 AFS transcever
Simply brilliant
This is simply the best speaker currently available for its size. It puts out a surprising amount of bass for such a tiny speaker and when hooked up through the Fiio E12 amp it really kicks at low to moderate volumes. The Hive only produces minor amounts of RF interference if you use your mp3 players FM radio or hook it upto other radio equipment. Unlike some of the older Hives the newer revisions produce a lot less of a constant hiss and whining from the bluetooth module which is a huge improvement. However when connecting to devices via the 3.5mm jack, the speakers seem to be wired the wrong way round so for stereo recordings the right and left channels are the wrong way round. Its possible to solve this by using bluetooth or by using a RCA cable terminated in a 3.5mm Jack socket and then simply connecting the RCA jacks white to red and red to white. This then produces the correct stereo image. The hive simply blows the competition into the water it is simply the best speaker currently available.
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2nd May 2014

I phone 5 and Nokia lumia
Spot on
This is perfect for what I need. Easy to Bluetooth, surprisingly light and great sound. If you want a speaker for a party, this is probably not it. If you want excellent and clear quality sound for outside use and mobile fun - this is spot on!
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Anas Patel
7th October 2013

HP DV6-6B00 notebook PC
Top quality product
The Kitsound Hive Bluetooth Wireless Portable Stereo Speaker - Black is a top quality product. I bought this to improve the volume of a couple of laptops and it does not disappoint. The speaker can go fairly loud without producing distorted audio. This also works well with an mp3 player, Intek H-520 and Albrecht AE2990 transceiver. I've tried a few amplified speakers in the past but they all caused severe interference to my MP3 player’s radio as well as wiping out other forms of radio but the Hive produces interference free audio. I have had a small issue with the Bluetooth function it works extremely well with a HP laptop but causes the speaker to clip the first part of the audio produced by screen reading software. I would definitely recommend the Hive if you have devices with produce quiet audio.
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28th July 2013

Kitsound Hive Bluetooth Speaker
Good value for money
I tried the KJitsound Hive in direct comparison to the Boom Bar, also made by Kitsound. I wanted a speaker for holidays and outdoor use that is portable and good quality. I thought I would try both these and look at the new Bose Soundlink Mini as a high end alternative (approx £169.00). Having tried both Kitsound speakers I chose the Hive. It is definitely better quality in both build and sound reproduction. One drawback is bass distortion at very high sound levels but, as Kitsound advise, turn the speaker to full volume and lower the volume slightly on your device. This works well and, I feel that, unless you want to spend £100.00 plus this speaker is ideal.
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