Let me share Philips Fidelio SoundRing DS3880W review.Philips penchant for simple, robust design is notable, with Fidelio Sound Ring DS3880W round speakers with the same gray and aesthetics metal Fidelio DS9010.
In fact, looking DS3880W low as Dyson Air Multiplier fan, in addition to the circular top lift its base, providing a completely wireless speakers solution.
It’s smart, certainly, but is also hugely practical. It is not too big, and it does not weigh too much. While its portability is great in this sense is its battery life a little disappointing.
The rated battery life for AirPlay is three hours and the bar when we used it. It is a little lower than we really want, but it is easy to load – you just pop back on her doll – but we would like it had more life to it.
If you are not interested in rechargeable version, there’s Fidelio Sound Ring DS3800W who shuns the rechargeable cradle for the main switch.
We can safely say we are not disappointed with the sound quality though. It is especially good if you watch movies on an iPhone, adding that much more heat to the speech, and depth to the sound overall. It can actually kick out a surprising amount of bass, too, and really go quite loud without distortion. It’s a nice balanced sound together with a punch that you would expect from a speaker this size.
Unfortunately, while the general quality of AirPlay sound can be very good, it suffered from reliability problems, dropping at least once every time we used the speaker. When watching movies or television, you are left trying desperately to read lip until the sound kicks back in a few seconds.
On the plus side, getting AirPlay established in the first place was pretty painless. Not good on battery life, but there is much to like here.
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