[section_title title=Introduction]Introduction

Manufacturer: KitSound
Model: Evoke
Price: £97.99 (At time of review)

KitSound is a company who manufacturer a wide range of audio devices from Bluetooth speakers to headphones and even some accessories. Since their launch of the X3SPK back in 2007 they have been dedicated to fine tuning their products to give user the best experience possible. Their main goal is to bring people closer to music and they do this by offering high-quality products “that don’t cost the earth” as they say.

Today I will be taking a look at one of their Bluetooth speakers that is mains powered by way of the KitSound Evoke. As mentioned the Evoke is a mains powered 2.1 speaker that offers connectivity via Bluetooth and NFC. It comes with a remote as standard and even has a USB port to charge any USB chargeable device that can charge from 1A port. The Evoke is looking to be quite the speaker but will features and looks equate to an overall good experience?

Before we find out let’s see what KitSound has to say about the Evoke:

Our Evoke 2.1 wireless sound system combines powerful, precise sound with a sleek, stylish design to ensure that it looks and sounds beautiful in any home.

Music has been medically proven to bring back memories. We all have certain songs that transport us back to specific times or places and at KS, we marvel at the power of music to stir up emotion. With its 40 W output and adjustable bass level, our Evoke wireless sound system has rich, powerful sound to showcase your music at its best, allowing you to be transported back to a specific time or place. 

Sleek and stylish, the Evoke has a high gloss design with a cloth and aluminium finish, meaning it will look good in both modern and traditional interiors.

NFC one-touch pairing makes connecting to your NFC-enabled device simple, but there’s also traditional Bluetooth pairing and even wired connectivity for other devices, plus a built-in USB charging port. So you can remember every momentous occasion (even the ones you might want to forget).


• Output RMS: 40 W

• Frequency response: 40 Hz – 20 kHz

• Bluetooth: V3

• Bluetooth range: up to 10 m

• Aux-in: 3.5 mm

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