Edifier E3350BT Bluetooth Speakers Review


If you want a really classy Bluetooth speaker system to enhance your environment, you will want to check out the Edifier E3350BT system.  Its absolutely stunning design will catch your eye. Its high quality output will capture your attention too.

The curved pyramid shaped subwoofer is flanked by two smaller speakers about a foot high. As the Bluetooth in the name implies, it offers a wireless connection to a remote music device such as an iPod or MP3 player, but works equally well with tablets, desktops, and iPads.

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If you device is not equipped with Bluetooth, the Edifier comes with a double male 3.5 mm jack cable to hook up just about any device. When connected by cable, the power button glows red. When connected by Bluetooth, it glows blue.

While you can hook up the music source via Bluetooth, you cannot connect the speakers together by Bluetooth, which I lament. I think it would also be desirable if there were a remote control so you could turn it on from a distance. I suppose the alternative would be to leave it on perpetually.

Here are the specifications:

§  Bluetooth pairing capability with Bluetooth enabled devices

§  Wired master volume remote controller with red and blue input indicator lights

§  3 inch magnetically shielded subwoofer w/class D digital amplifier for enhanced bass frequency response

§  Incorporated headphone out and auxiliary input ports on the wired controller

§  Separate bass adjustment control located on the subwoofer

§  3.5mm input jack located on the rear of the subwoofer

§  5 inch downward firing subwoofer, 2¾ inch mid-range, 19mm PV dome tweeter, all magnetically shielded

§  Universal Power supply (100-240V)

§  Power output : R/L: RMS 9W × 2 (THD + N =10%, f0=1 KHz)
SW:RMS 30W (THD + N =10%, f0=80Hz)

§  Signal to noise ratio : ≥85dBA

§  Distortion : ≤0. 5%

§  Input sensitivity : Line in: R/L: 850 mV ± 50mV SW: 450 mV ± 50mV

§  Aux in: R/L: 50 mV ± 50mV SW: 250 mV ± 50mV

§  Input type : 3.5mm stereo audio input, Bluetooth

§  Bluetooth Version : V 2.1+EDR

§  Bluetooth profile support : A2DP

§  Frequency response : R/L: 190Hz~20kHz SW: 50Hz~130Hz

§  Adjustment : Volume adjustment on wired control, Bass adjustment on the subwoofer

§  Bass unit : 5 inch (131mm), Magnetically Shielded, 5Ω

§  Midrange unit : 2 3/4 inch (70mm), Magnetically Shielded, 4Ω

§  Tweeter unit: 19mm silk dome, Magnetically Shielded, 4Ω

§  Dimension (Unboxed): Satellites: 1.78” x 9.21” x 4.65” | Subwoofer: 9.76” x 7.83” x 11.57” (W x H x D) 9.9 lbs (Net) 4.49k


The retail price is $129, which seems quite reasonable for such a fancy setup. However, I found it here for less than $100: http://bit.ly/PeDpwa

They are available in Silver, Black, and White.

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