Tronsmart has launched a new party speaker called “Bang SE”. The company said that this speaker will provide you with “24 hours of fun time”. Considering it is a part of the Tronsmart Bang series of speakers, a light show is also guaranteed.
The Tronsmart Bang SE is the latest speaker in the series, and it joins the Bang and Bang Mini. This speaker comes with a 40W bright stereo system output, and it weighs around 2 kg.
You will find two 4.1-inch full-range driver units included in this speaker. Thanks to those, and some optimization, of course, this speaker should be able to provide really good, crisp sound output.
The Tronsmart Bang SE also comes with ‘SoundPulse’. That feature basically intensifies the sound, and brings out a bass intensification algorithm to show what it can do.
You’ll also find a built-in handle, and a detachable strap on this speaker, as shown below. As mentioned earlier, Tronsmart also included some lights on this speaker, to truly party up the place.
Tronsmart loves to make its speakers portable, so that you can carry them with you basically anywhere. The Bang SE is just that, and it’s also IPX6 rated for water protection, and also protection against dust.
This speaker can also help you recharge your smartphone, actually. It acts as a power bank of sorts, and allows you to charge your devices on the go. That’s a great feature to have, especially considering a beefy battery inside of this thing.
The Tronsmart Bang SE allows you to stream audio from the aux-in port (3.5mm port), TF cards, and also U-disk. Bluetooth 5.3 is included in the package, so that you can connect it to your Bluetooth devices, including your phone, for example.
Check out the image below for more information on its technical specifications.
The Tronsmart Bang SE is available for $54.99/£54.99 after a 22% early-bird discount. You can grab this speaker from both Amazon US and Amazon UK. Visit Tronsmart for more information on the company’s speakers.
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