[section_title title=Conclusion] Conclusion
Being my first mains powered speaker in for review I was really looking forward to trying it out. We have seen some pretty impressive wireless speakers in the past but this was sure to be one of the best.
The aesthetics of the speaker are very pleasing. It has curves in all the right places, cloth covering the speakers themselves and an aluminium finish on the top. The rest of the speaker is covered in matte and gloss black and it has a real look of sophistication and quality to it. This speaker is a bit on the bigger side so will mostly need to be on display when using it and that will be just fine. It is sure to grab the attention of anyone in the room, especially once they hear the sound that comes from it.
Performance wise I was not let down at all. It offered more bass than I had expected from it almost instantly and when it came time to quiet down a bit it was more than able to handle the transition. When turning the bass all the way down it offers a nice crisp and clear sound for a bit of evening listening. The drivers do a good job no matter the task at hand and are sure not to let users down no mater their preference in music. If you are looking for a speaker that can handle a variety of musical tastes the Evoke will be up to the challenge.
When it comes to the price which is just short of £100 you get a lot all things considering. I have seen some of the smaller speakers without a mains connection going for anywhere from £10 uo to around £80/£90! There is no way that most of those will be able to compete with something like the Evoke. The Evoke is meant to find it’s place in the room of your choosing and stay there. The design, sound quality and the included remote are all top-notch and help make the Evoke a good value for the money speaker.
At the end of the day if you are looking for something to make a bit more noise than your standard portable wireless speaker, especially in the bass department then the Evoke is worthy of consideration and even purchasing. Its sleek and stylish design is sure to grab some positive attention from most anyone who lays eyes on it and when they hear it for the first time, they will be just as impressed with the sound it puts out. If you are looking for a speaker to fill a void in your room and not be as portable than others well you may have just found your match.
I would like to thank KitSound for sending the Evoke in for review and look forward to seeing more from them in the future.
– Aesthetically pleasing
– Deep Bass for it’s size
– Crisp vocals
– Mains powered
– Included Remote
– USB device charging port
– Not as portable as other wireless speakers
– No built in rechargeable battery
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