|Manufacturer||Audio Pro AB|
|Model Name||Addon C5|
|Hardware Interface||Ethernet, Bluetooth 4.0, 3.5mm Audio|
|Mounting Hardware||Product , Power Cable , Manual|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Speakers Nominal Output Power||20 Watts|
|Speakers Maximum Output Power||70 Watts|
|Speaker Amplification Type||Passive|
|Speaker Connectivity||Auxilliary (3.5mm)|
|Output Wattage||40 Watts|
|GSM frequencies||3800 Hz|
|Speaker Output Channel Quantity||2|
|Connector Type||Bluetooth, Wi-Fi|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Manufacturer||Audio Pro AB|
|Item model number||14501|
|Product Dimensions||31.5 x 22.61 x 21.59 cm; 2.65 Kilograms|
Audio Pro Addon C5 MultiRoom Speaker White
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- Powerful stereo speaker Multiroom/Memory for 4 stations internet radio or Spotify playlist/play the music in different rooms
- Fabric: dome 40 watt class d digital amplifier, amplifier, 2 x ¾ "/langhub woofer: 4"/frequency range: 50 – 20,000 Hz – Transmission frequency: 3.800 hz
- Inputs: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 APTX, RCA cable 3.5 mm Aux in jack and a star, Ethernet, Spotify, airplay/outputs: sub, USB charge function out/formats: mp3, WMA, AAC, FLAC, apple lossless
- 40 Years of experience in the audio field and development packed with Scandinavian design
- Size: 130 x 250 x 150 mm
- 1 Year Local (Singapore) Manufacturer Warranty
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It doesn't sound terrible by any means, but it also doesn't sound better than any number of much cheaper options. Unless you're really excited about the app interface and the possibility of multiroom play (I'm not), I don't see anything to justify the pricetag.
If you're concerned with sound quality, you're better off spending an extra $100 on basic bookshelf speakers. If you're not, you could just as easily spend $50 on a Chinese-made bluetooth speaker.
First, the good stuff: This sounds absolutely wonderful. I am far from an audiophile, but I am pretty good at pretending. I was worried that the bass would overwhelm, it does not. The sound is rich and balanced. I listened to Dave Brubeck and George Winston and they sounded great. I have yet to do a deep dive across music genres. I also listened to the spoken word (radio) and it was clear and again balanced.
I also love the looks of this speaker. Your mileage may vary.
I could not be happier that I can connect my digital audio player (with all those FLAC files) directly to the speaker. The same for other equipment, e.g. TV. From the manual I can apparently connect my turntable to the speaker, I am not convinced that will work without a pre-amp. However, I did not buy the speaker for my turntable.
Now for the truly awful. It took me hours and hours to set up. I have a brand new Asus gigabit dual band router as well as a brand new Netgear modem. I get download speeds close to 600 Mbps, so speed is not an issue. I set my speaker less than a foot from my router and modem and had my Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G practically resting on top of the speaker. All of this is to say I have pretty good gear and was well within range for an easy set up. It took hours and hours to set up the application. I tried switching from wifi play to input play (wifi play is correct.) I tried the alternative set up. I tried my old Galaxy 7. I tried my tablet. I tried changing my router from auto to n only, then to legacy. I tried connecting the speaker to my home network on one phone - so I knew it was connected, and it was visible in my network, and tried to set up the app on my other phone. I tried and tried. I even tried an ethernet hard connection before trying to connect through the app. After hours and multiple attempts I set up a guest SSID with a password without special characters and was able to connect. What frustration. Then, when I turned my tablet off and back on I had go through the set up again. Easier this time. Then I had to set up again on my main phone. Again, easier.
The app itself is poor. I cannot play Spotify through the speaker unless I use bluetooth outside of the audio pro app or pay for premium service. TuneIn, which is my go-to for radio, is not the same TuneIn downloaded to my phone because one of the stations I listen to daily is not supported on the version in the Audio Pro app. I cannot add a new app to the Audio Pro app - I ( listen to podcasts via Podcast Republic.) Now, the workaround is to listen to those through Bluetooth- which I was trying to avoid.
None of the above is a deal breaker, what might prompt me to return this item is the fact that the power plug falls out at the slightest nudge. I have this on my nightstand and have knocked the power cord out twice in 24 hours.
Bottom line, this sounds extraordinary, my experience setting up might be exceptional, and the app is lousy.
Weeks later and I have packed it up to return. This makes me sad because it sounds fabulous and I really like the way it looks. I am pleased that it offers wi-fi, blue tooth, and 3.5 mm (did I get that size right?) connections. I do not see anything else I want with all of those options.
The problem with the plug disappeared once it was close to stationary. Call it user error.
So, why am I returning it? Multiple glitches, and I was very close to living with them.
Before blaming my network, a speed test showed 400+Mbps download.
Two of the preset buttons never lit up. Sometimes they worked and sometimes it took multiple tries to get them to work.
Blue tooth had similar issues. Sometimes it would connect and sometimes it would not. There were multiple instances that I could see it was connected in my phone independent of an app as well as on the app itself. The lines showing changes in volume would go up and down. However, there was no sound. Sometimes blue tooth worked immediately, sometimes it took multiple times. Plus, there is a delay for the sound which did not help.
I was close to living with all the glitches because I liked it that much. I hit my breaking point when I lost the connection to my network and it would not reconnect. The disconnect happened mid-day with no loss of power and no loss of the internet. I was not ready to play with it for hours to get it reconnected. I will now delete the special SSID I set up to make this work the first time around.
Really, I am disappointed. I do not know if I just got a bad item or if these problems are more wide spread.
Other considerations: Pandora doesn’t work over wireless, but I have grown to love Spotify (though only premium works wirelessly). The app is clunky but it does what it needs to do (e.g., allows syncing speakers which works well.
I can't give it more than 1 star until this is fixed. Just take off the feature or have off by default. Nobody wants their speaker turning off every 30 minutes.