The speaker packs three full-range 5W drivers and a 4-inch 40W woofer. With Devialet’s Push-Push configuration, two passive radiators reinforce each other to counteract back wave vibrations and reduce distortion.
As per Huawei’s claims, the high-volume sessions at up to 90dB should offer distortion-less sound. It also supports several different sound settings which can be accessed through the Huawei AI Life app, including spatial sound.
It comes with Bluetooth LDAC for hi-res audio and auxiliary connections are included. It also supports a tap-to-transfer feature for sending from phone to speaker in an instant. However, the company has removed the voice assistant, so this is not a smart speaker
The Huawei Sound is now available for purchase in the UK and across Europe, for a price of £199. Those who purchase the device by 13th April will get £50 off as an early bird offer.
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