Let’s face it. For the most part, Bluetooth speakers are pretty boring when it comes to the looks department. Sure, there are options to fit just about every lifestyle option but for the most
We’ve received an early review unit and it definitely looks like something out of a sci-fi movie. To be honest, we were impressed with not only the actual size of the speaker but also the quality of the materials used in it.
The GravaStar has a sleek, metal shell with built-in green lights which can be turned on or off. If you are any kind of collector, the GravaStar will fit right at home with your other movie collectibles and you shouldn’t be surprised if someone asks you what movie it’s out of.
With its 70mm, 20W full-range speaker and a large bass driver, the speaker
Features and technical specifications of the GravaStar include:
- Built-in powerful Kalimba DSP to enhance and ensure high fidelity wide sonic range superb dynamic reproductions
- Extremely high compatibility
- 80MHz RSC CPU and 80MHz Qualcomm
- Fully qualified single-chip
dual modeBluetooth v5.0 system
- Multi-audio format decoding: SBC, AAC
- Support True-Wireless
mode,renders real stereo sound stages
- Support full broadcasting
mode,enables up to hundreds of units play music simultaneously
- Bluetooth Version: Bluetooth 5.0
- Speaker Impedance: 4 Ohms
- Battery Capacity: 2600 mAh x 4
- Battery Life: 30h @ 65% output
- Power Supply: 5V 1.5 ~ 2A
- Output Power: 20W
- Transmission Range: ~20m
- Dimensions (w x h): 20 x 19cm (7.87 x 7.48″)
- Weight: 1.6kb (3.53lb)
The GravaStar Bluetooth speaker is currently selling at the Super Early Bird price of US$129 (48% off the retail price of $249). Once those are gone, there are some Early Bird perks for $149 and then a $199 Indiegogo special. The campaign has already blown past its $10,000 fixed goal with 28 days still left in the campaign. Shipping is expected to start before the end of March to early backers.
As with any crowdfunding campaign, there is a risk supporting them. We’ve recently heard about several that we’ve written about that have failed or are having issues. Our reporting on Indiegogo campaigns does not mean we support or are affiliated with them. Support at your own risk.
That being said, the campaign is fully funded and in the production stage. As mentioned above, we do have one for review so check back in the next week or so for our full review!Back on Indiegogo