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Lenco Bluetooth Speaker Tower

by Lenco

Price: £129.99
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  • Stylish and luxurious design
  • High quality sound
  • Pair and Play wireless Bluetooth playback


Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 30.5 x 30.5 x 91 cm ; 7 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 9 Kg
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  • Batteries 1 CR2 batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: BTT-1
  • ASIN: B00AASO1SO
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 24 Nov 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)


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By Lova VINE VOICE on 28 Dec 2013
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This speaker tower certainly has an impressive physical presence when set up on the floor stand provided standing over 90cms high.
Connectivity is very versatile with bluetooth,usb and 1 pair of phono sockets with a stereo mini jack adaptor lead also provided.Bluetooth connection is very straightforward and the unit had no problems finding various devices that I paired it with.Unusually for this type of system it is also equipped with FM radio although no DAB option is provided.A clock and remote control are also provided.
With a claimed output of 60 watts RMS through a 2.1 speaker system I was expecting a fairly high volume and this proved to be the case.The sound quality,however is not of "Hi-Fi" standard although if the volume is backed off it is acceptable for this type of system.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Romayne Wright VINE VOICE on 30 Nov 2013
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This is one heavyweight speaker which will indeed look good in any room given its very modern styling. Putting the platform together posed the first minor problem in that 2 of the feet didn't fit unless the washers were removed, but ultimately we got it sorted & stable. Given the shiny black exterior it's hard to credit it's actually mainly wood - from a distance you'd think it was plastic. Plus I'm afraid to me, black isn't a colour I'd describe as "warm" (as the manufacturer does).

It was very easy to figure out how to use without needing to refer to the manual too often. I was impressed by how easy it was to connect my Kindle to it via Bluetooth, & certainly it was nice to be able to have the songs playing while I read my books or played games on the device, without it affecting the output, although of course, your battery won't last too long on most devices if you play music for more than a short period, so I'd suggest hooking your device up to the mains if possible if you're intending on playing songs for an hour or more.

When you first switch it on, you get a nice red light around the centre (volume) button showing the speaker is on Standby. There's also a nice 12/24 hr digital clock display at the front too, which is also the track display.

Volume was quite low at times and it did take me to read the manual to discover how to improve on the bass/treble output. The unit itself provides quite a few functions through a nice control panel on the top. There are buttons to play, stop, and select next tracks as you'd expect. The volume is set by the huge big round button in the centre which has a nice blue light around it - this light is also used to inform you of some actions such as bluetooth connecting (it flashes until it connects to a device).
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0 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Pallus the Phallus VINE VOICE on 30 Nov 2013
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My partner LOVES this free standing Bluetooth speaker.

She thinks it looks really smart and sounds GREAT. She could instantly hook-up to it with her Samsung Galaxy telephone and play all her favourite chart music at HIGH VOLUMES.

It was easy to attach the plinth which is housed separately in the polystyrene packaging for shipping. Personally, I would leave it off as I think it looks tacky and it serves no acoustic function (no, it doesn't have spikes!). I suppose it's a toss-up between either a tripping hazard when the plinth is on, or a toppling hazard when it's off.

There is a USB slot which can be used to charge your music playing device should it have abysmal battery life. This can also be used to play MP3 files back from a pen drive, either in sequence or shuffle mode. With an adapter (not supplied) it plays from a memory card.

The analog 'aux' input is via phono sockets and Lenco have kindly included a 3.5mm minijack to phono plug lead with the suggestion that this can be used to connect a domestic CD player. This is odd as in this situation it is normally utilised the other way around: 3.5mm jack to active speaker, phono sockets to standalone CD player. However, with a mobile telephone, tablet or ipod etc. this would normally be ideal.

The figure-8 mains socket is situated quite low down at the rear making the wire easy to conceal. The power switch is at the same level which is not so ergonomic.

I was quite excited to see a 'MOIST' button on the remote control. This sounded like some esoteric sound enhancement a jazz musician might want: "Hey, Fats.. give it some moist, baby!". Or perhaps a mode to invoke particularly sloppy slap-bass?
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