[section_title title=Closer Look] Closer Look
Looking at the front of the speaker and we have the nice cloth design covering most of the front. On top we can notice a bit of the aluminium finish and while the photo doesn’t do it justice there is a nice gloss finish running across the bottom of the Evoke.
On the back there is not to much going on. We can see the air port 3.5mm input and can just make out the mains cable which is permanently connect to the Evoke.
On the top is a nice aluminium finish surrounding the power, back/forth, mute and play buttons. To the right we can also notice the Bluetooth logo, something I feel would have been much better place out of sight myself.
On the bottom is a caution warning letting users know there is a risk of electrical shock if opening the device and advising them not to do so. We can also see what appears to be a model or probably a serial number as well as some more of the technical details of the Evoke, including the AC current, USB output and power consumption.
As mentioned on one side of the Evoke is place to plug in compatible USB devices to charge them. Please note if your device requires more than 1A it will not be able to charge off of the Evoke’s USB port.
A closer look at the remote control that comes included with the Evoke shows the power, mode, mute, play, back, forward, bass up/down, repeat, random and volume up/down buttons. It also features a nice bit of aluminium finish on the top with the KitSound “KS” logo.