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Amethyst 'The Mini Block' Bluetooth Portable Speaker - Black
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- Stream your music wirelessly via Bluetooth
- Solid stereo sound
- Long Life Rechargable
- Handsfree Calling
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Colour Name: Black
Amethyst 'The Mini Block' Bluetooth Portable Speaker - Grey
3.5 mm Stereo cable
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Set your tunes free with The Block Mini!
This mini portable speaker connects wirelessly by Bluetooth to your tablet, laptop, iPhone, Android or Blackberry and plays all your music with an impressive sound quality. Its ultra small, and compact design means it fits easily in a handbag or backpack, so you’ll always be ready to play your music.
Bluetooth technology for wireless music streaming
- Wirelessly stream all your favourite music to the speaker. A Bluetooth 3.0 connection makes playing and controlling music easy. Power and volume are controlled using neatly designed buttons on top of The Block Mini, your Bluetooth device does the rest – streaming stations, selecting tracks, managing playlists and much, much more. No remote required! As an added bonus, once it has been paired with your Smartphone, you can use The Block Mini to make hands free telephone calls at the touch of a button using the built in microphone. A wireless range of 8m means the speaker can stay in one place and you can move around and enjoy the party – whilst staying in control of the playlist!
- Pairing your Bluetooth device with The Block Mini is easy. Simply set Bluetooth on your device to “On”, it will search for speakers within range and find the “Amethyst M3” Select this device and The Block Mini will speak to you and say “Pairing Complete”. You will then be ready to go, and will only need to pair each device once as they will remember each other afterwards. You can also connect non Bluetooth devices via the 3.5mm Stereo Aux input port.
- As soon as you switch on The Block Mini it will default to the Bluetooth function and search for the last device connected to it. Once found, it will connect to that device automatically and can start playing once more.
A unique design with powerful sound performance
The Block Mini a distinctive accessory thanks to a stylish and colourful design, and with a rechargeable battery, your music can follow you wherever you go. Take it with you as you travel or keep it in the house, ready to move from room to room or into the garden. Small and lightweight, it is portable enough to take anywhere and a 5 hour battery life means you’ve got plenty of time to relax and enjoy the sound. The built in rechargeable battery takes just 3-6 hours to completely charge and you can keep listening while its charging using the included Power Adapter.
Don’t let the compact size fool you. This speaker may be small but its powerful! The Block Mini has two amplified 2W speakers, which deliver rich and powerful 2.0 channel sound with natural clarity. You can listen to any genre of music, skipping from hip hop to rock or pop and then to mellow chill out sounds, and hear every detail.
A Distinctive and Stylish Design that Stands Out
Smart power control with the freedom to play music wherever you are
The Block Mini has been designed to manage its power use automatically. Power and charging LED indicators advise when the unit is on and charging. When using the built in battery, The Block Mini will monitor the available power. When it becomes too low, the unit will decrease volume to preserve sound quality and extend playing time. When the battery runs out entirely, the LED light will flash and the unit will switch itself to standby mode.
The Block Mini is comfortable playing your music at home, while you’re alone or having a party and sharing the fun. It is so compact and light that it is also perfect for taking on your travels, just in the garden or on holiday and all the way to the beach: The Block Mini is ready, all you have to do is add the music.
Take the Mini Block with you where ever you go
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Top Customer Reviews
You can connect gadgets such as laptops, MP3 players, and tablets either using the supplied cable or via Bluetooth. I had no problems connecting it to all my gadgets. The sound is fantastic, probably the best I have experienced from a portable speaker. It enhances viewing movies and listening to music while on the go by providing crisp and satisfying audio that is loud enough to satisfy even the hardets to please.
A word of warning: the Amethyst gets confused when more than one Bluetooth connection is in range. Once, Bluetooth was activated on my laptop and mobile phone at the same time and the Amethyst got confused as it tried to connect to both.
Yes, the Amethyst looks and feels like a toy (even the big function buttons remind me of the Fisher Price toys I had as a child!) but it performs brilliantly. It is not the smallest of portable speakers but it is still small enough to carry around in your rucksack or laptop case. I would have given this produce five stars if not for the fact that the built-in battery seems to have died after only a week. I now need to connect the Amethyst to a socket when I need to use it which is a great shame.
Seeing this one, I wondered....... its smaller - but it weighs the same, will it have the same oooomph as its "bigger brother"?
And oooh - its £20 cheaper.
My finger fluttered over the buy button until in a moment of madness I went for it.
It arrived a day later, I plugged it in, it paired instantly and now its playing tracks from "Friday Night in San Francisco" with clarity, depth and .... yes oomph.
Because that's the danger with all these types of portable speaker that they end up sounding tinny, you just cant get a quart sized sound out of a pint sized pot.
This thing manages that trick admirably. It even has a genuine and noticeable stereo separation.
Doesn't seem to matter if its running off battery or mains.
Its not hi fi of course but it really does sound several times as good as its entitled to for its size,
The looks are your decision, I like my giant blue singing Lego brick.
In short ,,,,, superb .... it hereby claims a significant portion of my meagre 5kg baggage allowance on Easter's flight to Turkey; socks? who needs socks?
Mind you, at a push it will fit in a large coat pocket........
Now Its playing Imelda May's "Kentish Town Waltz" .... here comes that trumpet riff ... yep .. spot on ...... :)
The bluetooth works very well (even if I do keep getting a fright when it speaks) and I've had no random disconnections, which is something I can't say about the other bluetooth speaker I own.
As for being 'portable', well that's down the user's own definition. Technically, yes, it is portable, but unlike the other two speakers I own I can't just stick this in my pocket; a holdall or case, sure, but not a pocket or purse.
Then there's the design; like a huge lego brick... honestly, it's truly awful, but thankfully that's not what matters to me with a speaker. Overall, though, a pretty good speaker.
While small portable speakers by Jawbone, Fox L, and Bose, cant match audiophile standards, they do provide a solid full sound.
Amethyst comes no where close to doing so. With the exception of some acoustic songs, Amethyst distorts music by pushing some frequencies far harder than others, and lacking base -- even in not very demanding music, such as classic rock and some pop, the sound kind off 'falls apart'. The base is weak, which is often a problem with portables, but some of mid-range frequencies are overly strong and spring forward in a weird way I've never heard before. for classical music is sounds colourless, or without out vibrancy. I want to say the sound is tin-like, but that's not really it.
From £50 to £100 is a big jump, but assuming you'll keep the portable speaker for a few years its worth the investment. And if you cant spend more than £50, give Elf or a non-blue tooth portable a try.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
great sound from a little box. Battery lasts a good while too.Published 2 months ago by Mr S H Gray
Great sound quality when it is working. It can at times decide it's not going to connect. Also the touch buttons on top make people prone to accidentally turning it off when they... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Clair
Have tried it out buts it's a Xmas present so only tested it and it does what's it says.But happy with this transaction.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great sound! Goes quite loud, looks like a lego brick. Can play anywhere.. Great purchase. Very happy with it!Published 10 months ago by Marisa
The blue tooth connection cut off very often. I do not recommend it!Published 10 months ago by Tamas Brekk