If you’re looking for a portable Bluetooth speaker with both great style and amazing sound, the BenQ treVolo S Portable Electrostatic Bluetooth Speaker is worth a look. BenQ is calling it the world’s first portable electrostatic speaker.
This Speaker Ticks All the Right Boxes
That is one good looking speaker and to understand how it came to be, we first have to understand how they came up with the name. tre can be summed up with three Es: Electrostatic, Enjoyment and Everywhere. That was the focus when creating this unique speaker. When tre is merged with the Italian word ‘Volo’, which means flight, you get treVolo. The idea is that this speaker will lift your music to new heights.
This speaker uses electrostatic technology. It uses a quad-amplified design with two BenQ electrostatic panels with dual bass drivers and passive radiators. This delivers a flat frequency response to 90 dB, radiating a high level of detail from every angle. You’ll get precision vocals and harmonies like you have never heard before.
The precision-tuned speaker and quad amplifier design means precise bass, balance and neutrality in mid- and high-range sounds. The idea is to give you the most natural sound that you can have because your music should be as true to the original performance as possible.
Music the Way It Should Be Heard
The audio experts at BenQ have delivered a solid speaker in treVolo. Sure, it sounds fantastic, but we should talk about the design as well. This is a good looking and compact portable speaker. I love the modern details. It’s a pleasure to look at and for once someone designed a speaker that will look great in your home, no matter where you put it.
It is both bold and sleek, without being too slick. It’s hard to put my finger on exactly what appeals to me about this design, but I like it a lot. No wonder it won an iF Design Award.
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