Dreamwave Tremor Bluetooth Speaker Review, Specs, and Torture Test

Dreamwave Tremor

Portable Bluetooth 4.0 speaker for use with smartphones, tablets, and other portable devices
50 watts total system power
aptX lossless technology
2 full-range drivers with 2 passive bass radiators
anti-distortion circuitry
built-in microphone for hands-free wireless speakerphone operation
NFC touch pairing with compatible Android™ devices
IPX5-rated waterproof, dirt-proof, snow proof, and shockproof
2 Tremors can be paired for stereo sound
built-in rechargeable battery lasts up to 15 hours
USB recharging port for smartphone and portables 5V 1ma charging
battery capacity: 20800mAh
stereo minijack auxiliary input
USB charging cable with AC adapter
17-3/16″W x 6-11/16″H x 7″D
weight: 12.6 lbs.
warranty: 1 year
3 hrs full battery charge

-manual says 20 hrs playtime at 2/3 battery and 8 hrs full volume
-Crutchfield 15 hrs battery life
-18 hrs on Dreamwave website (8 hrs full bass status)

IPX-5 Protected against water jets – Water projected at all angles through a 6.3mm nozzle at a flow rate of 12.5 liters/min at a pressure of 30kN/m2 for 3 minutes from a distance of 3 meters.

Long battery life
speakerphone functionality worked well
Very good clarity and sound for a bluetooth speaker
rugged with IPX5 certification
Fairly good value @ $300 compared to other products in the same category which sell for $350-$400
Directional sound if you want directional sound
Can pair with a second tremor
NFC and aptX lossless sound technology
Bluetooth 4.0

no way to check the battery level, have to use phone for volume levels
Has some good functions but still pretty basic (no voice prompts)
Bass is not wall shaking as expected
Directional sound if you want omnidirectional
Instruction manual is not great

Songs used for Audio Test
“Acid Rain” – Avenged Sevenfold
“Shadows” – Lindsey Sterling
“Bia Bia Remix” – Lil Jon & the East Side Boyz
“Circles” – Red
“Rise” – Skillet
“My Religion” – Sillet


vjfajardo0728 says:

This or the JBL Xtreme?

brain filter says:

I hv both. The tremor is basically useless in lower volumes. Totally missing in bass below 60% volume. But it really shines when playing loud.

Tech Nuts says:

You should do more videos on audio equipment and such. I think you would do great at it!

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