Product testers adore the iFox iF012, recommending it for podcasts, music, and outdoor use. Lifewire editors loved its balanced sound profile, evidenced by a 0.32 frequency response slope, although the 174.5 Hz to 7.9KHz range is narrow. Check out our Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 6 review for a wider frequency response range. It has mediocre bass, so it’s not for movie enthusiasts. Check out the ION Pathfinder 280 review for better bass. Analysts at Best Views Reviews liked its speakerphone functions and 1.16 dB directivity index and wide soundstage. Editors loved. With an 81.6 dB maximum SPL, this speaker doesn’t get very loud. See our Harman/Kardon Aura Studio 3 review for a louder speaker. It has a good 0.76 dB DRC, maintaining audio quality at the maximum volume. However, it has a high 298 ms iOS Bluetooth latency and 275 ms Android latency. This model has an okay 7.8-hour battery life, but lacks voice assistant functions. Explore our JBL Charge 5 review for longer runtime.
What Is Not on the Box
What the brand doesn’t always tell you…
The iFox iF012 is an entry-level portable Bluetooth speaker released back in 2015, promising excellent music quality and a waterproof design for use in bathrooms and outdoors. Featuring a remarkably compact design, this speaker holds its own against the top-ranking speakers on the market today. It has speakerphone functions and uses Bluetooth 5.0 technology and boasts a good 252.6-foot Bluetooth range. This device weighs just 0.4 lbs and has an IP67-rated submersible waterproof design. A removable suction cup allows mounting this device in the bathroom. Examine the iFox iF012 in detail below and see how it compares with the best Bluetooth speakers in the industry today.
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