|Low frequency||14.0 Hz|
|High frequency||25.0 kHz|
|Peak power||4500.0 W|
|Docking station for mobile/Tablet||no|
|Smart speaker (virtual assistant)||no|
|USB input port||yes|
|Colour of product|
|Source of connection|
|Analogue 3.5mm input (Aux)||0|
|Wireless network (Wi-Fi)||yes|
|Electric (not USB)||yes|
This powerful wireless speaker features some eye-catching numbers
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There is some impressive technology on display in the Devialet Phantom, but we can’t really recommend it as a purchase.
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The best speaker you've never heard of.
The 900 watt speaker costs a bomb.
Great balls of ire
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