5-inch tweeters, 2 x 4-inch passive bass radiators, portable b&w printer x 5. There’s the promise of 70W of class D power and 24 hours of battery life from this little stunner. Thankfully, the Beolit 17 is way more than just a pretty face.
In fact, it could be the best portable speaker around right now. Design and Features I’m not really sure what the Beolit 17 reminds me of. And where you’re not allowed to open the fridge unless you have a special wristband. Wrapped around the outside and joining at the back is a metal grille, which hides an impressive speaker array of three 1. 5-inch tweeters, two 4-inch passive bass radiators and a single, 5.
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All of that’s driven by 70W of stereo class D amplification, with 35W per channel. The moulded rubber top is quite deeply dished and non-slip, which serves a useful purpose. If you have a phone or PMP connected to the Beolit 17, you can pop it on that concave roof, pick up the speaker and carry the whole lot around without worrying about your mobile device sliding off and onto the floor. The latter can be used so that, if you set an alarm via the app, for instance, you can assign the button to snooze or deactivate the alarm. You can also opt to press it to get back to the last thing you listened to on Spotify, or to go to a particular EQ preset. O-branded metal fixings on the front-left and right-rear. It’s beautifully done, with a clear nod to the fashion industry.
Natural, which is silvery and comes with a tan leather strap. The Stone Grey is nicer in the flesh than I expected, but I still think Natural is the way to go. Around the back-right, near the very bottom, are a 3. 5mm line input and a USB-C charging port. O products, the Beolit 17’s EQ can be tweaked via the Beoplay app, or you can stereo-pair it with a second Beolit 17. The app can also be used to check the speaker’s remaining battery life, which is particularly useful. It’s also very easy to clean.