After using the GroovyA as my main Bluetooth speaker for a few weeks now I really like it. Obviously the biggest thing with any speaker is how it sounds and the GroovyA sounds great. Audio quality is very clean and crisp and the speaker does have a good amount of bass. The sound is definitely loud enough to fill a small room, which makes this the perfect speaker for the kitchen, office or bedroom.
The aluminum stand that the speaker sits in is quite nice. Not only does it add a level of quality, but it also allows you to angle the speaker to have the sound coming at a more direct angle towards you. I also believe the stand does a great job at stabilizing the speaker as i feel it would move around from the bass if it was not attached to the stand.
The speaker itself was quite easy to set up and I had it connected to my Bluetooth device in no time. The controls on the top of the speaker make it easy to control music as well as volume. There is even a 3.5mm audio connection if you happened to want to use the speaker with a device that does not have Bluetooth capabilities. Another added bonus is the carrying case, which we don’t see come with many Bluetooth speakers.
The only issue I really had with the speaker was that on my device it did not show the battery level of the speaker. A couple of my other Bluetooth speakers do this and it’s nice to know what the battery level is on the speaker.
Right now you can pick up the GroovyA at my favorite online retailer for $79.99. Overall ThinkComputers gives the LUXA2 GroovyA Bluetooth Speaker a 9 out of 10 score.
– Good quality sound
– Aluminum stand that allows you to angle the speaker
– Easy to setup
– Controls on the speaker itself
– Cannot see battery level on Bluetooth device