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Cambridge Audio Minx Go - portable speakers (2.1 system, Wireless, Battery, Universal, Black, Bluetooth)

4.4 out of 5 stars 455 customer reviews
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  • NFC, Bluetooth, Rechargeable battery and charging
  • A neat touch with the GO is the built-in rechargeable battery.
  • Once charged it's good for up to 18 hours of continuous playback - enough for most outdoor parties.
  • New to the GO is the ability to charge your smartphone on-the-go via the USB, so your enabling your phone to keep pace.
  • Black Bluetooth Speaker

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Colour Name: Black

Product details

Colour Name: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 23.7 x 6 x 12.3 cm ; 998 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 2 Kg
  • Item model number: MINX GO BLACK
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 4 Jun. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (455 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 27,969 in Computers (See Top 100 in Computers)

Product Description

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Using the latest Bluetooth technology, Minx Go instantly streams music from your phone, tablet or computer.
But don’t let its size fool you, Minx Go packs enough power to fill your room with deep, crisp and immersive quality.

At a glance
- Incredible, room-filling sound
- Stream music from your iPhone, iPad, smartphone, tablet or computer
- High performance battery for up to 18 hours on the go
- Quick and easy to set up
- Sleek design built to last
- Available in black and white

Pair your device and play
Wirelessly connect Minx Go to any phone, tablet or computer that supports Bluetooth.
Otras características:
AC adapter frequency: 50/60 Hz
AC adapter input voltage: 100 - 240 V
AUX in: Yes
Amplifier: No
Audio output channels: 2.1
Battery recharge time: 18 h
Battery technology: Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Battery type: Built-in
Colour of product: Black
Connectivity technology: Wireless
Depth: 6 cm
Driver size: 5 cm
Height: 12.3 cm
Number of drivers: 5
Number of speakers: 1
Power consumption (standby): 0.5 W
Power source type: Battery
Product type: 2.1 system
Recommended usage: Universal
Speaker type: 2-way
Subwoofer: Yes
Tweeter: Yes
Tweeter size: 1.91 cm (0.75")
Weight: 1.08 kg
Width: 23.7 cm
Wireless technology: Bluetooth

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Colour Name: Black Verified Purchase
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I'm a fan of Cambridge Audio kit having already purchased from the Minx range for my surround sound. I've been looking for a decent, low cost, bluetooth travel speaker for a while so as soon as I learnt they'd released a Minx travel speaker I snapped it up.

I've not been disappointed, this is a fantastic little speaker. It looks great, matching the existing Minx speakers with the glossy black finish, and it comes with a little bag to pop it in on your travels.

Sound quality is very good for the price. I've found many speakers at this price point to sound a little tinny, and while this doesn't sound as good as a £300+ travel system it does sound really good for the price.

Very easy to set up, you can use bluetooth or a headphone jack, and it comes with everything you need. Although it'll pair with a number of devices it will only be actively linked to one, so if someone else wants to use it you need to disconnect the first device before the second can connect.

Great for travel, the garden or just as a little bedroom speaker.
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Colour Name: GO White Verified Purchase
Being fussy about sound quality I read reviews, listened to a number of rival products, and generally thought quite hard about this purchase. Sure, there are other wireless speakers that sound better (its big sibling the Minx Air 200, for example, which I have too, and the new B&W T7, to name but two) but they cost well over 2x the asking price for this unit. I bought it as a fill-in speaker for a sitting room, and with a view to taking it away with me on holidays.
It's small size surprised me when it arrived - I guess I was expecting something nearer the Minx, but it's 'biggish tranny radio' size. The bluetooth connection works well (especially if you're sending AptX codex info to it) and connects easily. The little light behind the speaker grill glows different colours to show what kind of input it's getting, and flashes when pairing. The sound via cable (aux in) is even better than Bluetooth, as you'd expect.
Be careful on two counts, however. First, like all speakers, never judge it until it's run-in. The sound quality relaxed and bedded-in after a few days of use. Second, it is very (very) fussy about placement: that's what you put it on, and how near a rear surface it is. Positioned in free space and too near to you, it can sound boxy and lack a lot of bass information. Put it on a solid non-resonant surface about 9" from a wall and a couple of metres away and it springs into life, with a good level of detail, a nicely balanced frequency response, and a capacity to go loud without shouting at you.
Position it carefully, feed it some HD music through a decent cable and this unit will delight. Or just pop it on the kitchen window ledge and play the radio through it from non-AptX bluetooth from an iPhone and it still sounds good.
It's a nice sounding speaker at a very good price. Firmly recommended.
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Colour Name: White Verified Purchase
I had a Squeezebox setup, and now Logitech have decided to disown a decent product I wanted a replacement. Something the whole family can use, no dependencies on software or hardware, and deliver a good sound that for the most part acts as background noise for my own music collection as well as Internet streams. I'm not looking to pound the neighbours in to submission or ponder the delivery of each note in an audiophile style.

Numerous reviews said that for the price this product delivers, so here i am.

If it interests the packaging is nice, not over engineered but clean and appropriate. It comes with a soft carry case, 1 page instructions, power adaptor and a 3.5 cable to connect via wire your devices. Instructions suggest charging for 4 hours before use, which I managed to do amazingly, the indicator light stayed solid red until charged.

Build quality is nice and clean, it's not premium materials but I appreciate the simple looks and with only 3 buttons on it, vol up/down and on/off, it can't really be simpler. There is a stand on the underside which swivels out, perfectly functional. The unit has weight (which is nice) and is easy to move around rooms taking advantage of the portability. Battery will apparently last 18 hours on a single charge listening on moderate levels.

Pairing is nice and easy, double press the power button and scan using your chosen device. I connect using a mixture of android devices and an iPod. It will recall up to 8 devices so once paired everyone is set.

My music collection is mostly 320k CD rips and I also use Tunein radio for a mixture of stuff. Sound quality was great, really great, I've read a fair bit about bluetooth bit rates on Android (4.2) being reduced but i can't honestly say i can notice.
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Colour Name: Black Verified Purchase
Nearly bought the Bose Soundlink Mini and very please I did not. This is a fantastic speaker.
Connected to An Airplay adapter ( Airmusic ) and steaming from my Ipad the sound is superb, Bluetooth is great but not the same quality as streaming over WiFi.
No wonder it was portable speaker of the year ( What HiFi )
Looks good, sounds even better and for the money unbeatable.
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Colour Name: White
Bought the Cambridge after reading all the reviews I could find and visiting a couple of stores to listen to various bluetooth speakers.

The JBL Charge was my first choice, but while the highs were good, the bass was lacking too much. Also listened to UE Boom, Jambox and some bigger, wired sound docks.

None of the wireless speakers I heard really did it for me, so I decided to go for the Cambridge Minx Go that seemed to impress everyone according to the online reviews. Unfortunately there was no store in the neighbourhood where I could hear it first, so ordered it online.

At first it did sound good to me and it absolutely sounded a bit richer and fuller to my ears than the wireless speakers I heard in the stores. But when I threw some more bass heavy songs at it at a reasonable, not too loud volume, it choked on it; the Minxo Go couldn't handle the bass and the vibration of the speaker ruined the experience for me. I let the Minx Go run at a lower volume for some hours to see if that would help, but it didn't.

My neighbour bought the Bose Soundlink mini last week which seemed like a really nice speaker, but I found it to be too expensive for my needs. Because of my disappointment with the Minx, I decided to set up a side-by-side comparison of the two speakers. The Minx does sound nice when listening to music with not too much bass and a normal volume; it has a clear, quite warm sound when keeping it at lower volume. But the Soundlink Mini is in a different league; the richness and bass, even at low volume, makes the Minx sound thin and underpowered; it really is so much better imho. And believe me, I didn't want it to be so much better as I wasn't a big Bose-fan, did all my research, chose the Minx Go and finally the price difference between the two.
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