Edifier XM3BT Popular Bluetooth Speaker 2.1
Edifier XM3BT multimedia speakers is a modern 2.1 system designed for convenience and comfort while packed with the latest in features and function. … The XM3BT from Edifier pumps bass bumping sound from your computer directly to your ears.
- RMS 40W output power
- 5 1/4″ (148mm) subwoofer with powerful low-frequency feedback
- 3 1/2″ (88mm) mid-range and treble unit
- A front-facing bass reflex port on satellite speakers
- Line in/volume control/power
- Bluetooth V4.1
- USB/SD card input
- FM radio tuner
- Side control panel on sub-woofer
Bass Reflex Port and Subwoofer
The Edifier XM3 speakers has a front-facing bass reflex port on satellite speakers to enhance low-frequency. The subwoofer delivers powerful low-frequency feedback.
Design and Quality
The XM3 multimedia speakers are in wooden enclosure. The mid-range and treble unit deliver great sound performance.
XM3BT Superior Audio Quality with USB & SD Card Inputs The Edifier XM3BT multimedia speakers is a modern 2.1 system designed for convenience and comfort while packed with the latest in features and function.
An upgrade from XM3, these speakers have been reworked with the latest components and firmware to meet the demands of today’s consumers while staying true to the original IT speakers. The XM3BT is available in black only.
- Power Cable
- User Manual
|Package Dimensions||51 x 38 x 28 cm; 6.8 Kilograms|
|Item model number||XM3BT|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Item Weight||6 kg 800 g|
What felt like a slow unimpressive start completely disappeared in around 15 mins of playback and was replaced by rich vocals and pure room filling bass!
Coming to the perceivable cons, I feel that the satellite speakers in this set are rather big. They sound amazing and probably have a reason for being big, but they are big nonetheless and wall mounting is probably a bad idea. Please note that they do not come with a built in wall mount slot out of the box.
Second, the wired aux provided in the box didn’t work perfectly, maybe its the one I received, maybe it didn’t plug in well into my phone, maybe it needs a good old warmup! Third would be the lack of a remote, which frankly, edifier should have just added. Controls at the side of the subwoofer need to be fiddled with every time you might want to change something.
Wire length is good. Speakers are robust. And the orange led lights look great and premium. For those who think lights might look cheap and filthy, Edifier got the aesthetics right with this one. It’s an amazing device, definitely worth a buy given you can overlook what I perceive to be rather negligible cons. Hope this review helps!