Infinity One Bluetooth Speaker Review

Like so many audio companies these days, Infinity has stepped headlong into the portable Bluetooth speaker game with a premium $300 barrel of sound aptly named the Infinity One.
Bearing a striking similarity to the JBL Charge 2, the Infinity One looks like a monster version of the speaker, offering a similar tubular design with bass-busting passive radiators at the sides.

As a “premium speaker,” the Infinity One has a snazzier look than its cousin, boasting a ceramic-coated aluminum chassis, accents of shimmering chrome, and an illuminated logo.

A rubberized flap at the back protects the unit’s input panel, and the speaker is also sealed with silicone to keep it water resistant. Inputs include a 3.5mm port for connecting directly to the speaker, both a micro-USB and DC power port, and a USB port for charging your smartphone.

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wtfisditvoorbullshit says:

If a Bluetooth speaker has Bluetooth version 2.1, does that effect the audio quality?

A.V says:

looks so classy

Peter Cuomo says:

It looks like a giant MALE MASTURBATOR

technological reinovations says:

can it play thumbdrives?

Kalin Jr says:

$300.00 Yea.. right

Gerald P says:

How much louder is it than the charge 2? Would you recommend this over the UE Megaboom?

Howard Grüffüdd says:

a good review would have included a sound test…

Fire Line says:

Column Bluetooth is comparable to buying a Mercedes for the price of a Mercedes, only in the cabin plastic seats instead of leather, there is no light sensors and rain, without air conditioning, without comfort with wooden wheels. Where is the technology? Where point touchscreen display with the possibility of surfing for files and folders on the media? Where a variety of sound effects and equalizer? Where radio – FM receiver, remote control, clock/alarm, headphone Jack, WiFi module , karaoke, high power, long working time the lowest possible weight and so on? Why only Bluetooth ? Why you need to interrupt the music, if someone calls you, why the device can’t work independently
without a connected phone or music player, via the AUX input Jack ? After all, Bluetooth is an optional FEATURE (one of many) , and not for the main music system, since it depends on the presence of other devices. Total control via
the cellular network and their operators and operating systems, even the fact that you listen to, or the introduction of DTC in the device that you bought new? Why do it, why not make the perfect device?

technological reinovations says:

is it better than the hamburger speaker?

William L says:

i want this thing in my life

Peter Cuomo says:

“All permavirgins will notice… *puts giant electric masturbator next to it …it’s similarity with a typical Japanese electric vagina.”

Siwa pong says:

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Samuel Dillinger says:

10 hour battery life? That’s half of what I squeeze out of it.

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