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Sam Monty (Minx Air 200)
Ohad Maor (Minx Go)
Max Chiu (Minx Go)
It's time for another Android Police giveaway, and we're wrapping up the work week with the sweet sound of Cambridge Audio's wireless Minx speakers. In partnership with Cambridge, we're giving away three speakers - two of the awesome and highly portable Minx Go, our review of which you can check out here, and one of Cambridge's top-of-the-line Minx Air 200. Read More
There are a lot of options out there if you're looking for a quality Bluetooth speaker. Most of them have flashy names, like Beats or JAMBOX. But Cambridge Audio, a UK company that doesn't get a lot of press across the pond, has just introduced the Minx Go speaker. It has specifications that should be music to the ears of audiophiles, and a $150 price tag that fits neatly between decidedly low-fi solutions from Logitech and the pricier territory occupied by Bose and Jawbone.
The Minx Go has two things going for it: impressive audio quality (especially in the lows and highs) and astounding battery life. Read More
Mobile-focused Bluetooth speakers have become all the rage these days, and London-based Cambridge Audio has thrown its hat into the ring with a compelling all-in-one speaker. They're calling it the Minx Go, and next to other high-fidelity, battery-powered Bluetooth models, it compares well for both features and price. The Minx Go includes no less than five integrated speakers (two tweeters, two woofers, and an auxiliary bass radiator) hiding behind its grill, and a claimed battery life of 18 hours.
The practical design of the Minx Go is pretty standard: it's a nearly featureless white or black box with power and volume buttons, and not much else. Read More