Monster has unveiled its latest Bluetooth-enabled mobile speaker, the Monster Superstar. This monster_bluetooth_loudspeakerultra-compact device is comparable in size to a large-format smartphone, small enough to slip into a pocket.

Monster’s press release says that Superstar “challenges the limits of what can be achieved by a pocket-size speaker, delivering a rich, expressive and detailed sound – not dull and tinny like other speakers of similarly diminutive dimensions.”
Its design incorporates two full-range drivers plus a pair of circular bass radiators in the centre of the unit – one firing forwards, the other backwards. The speaker can be either stood on its side to project bass front and rear, or laid on its back to deliver further bass reinforcement.

Superstar will pair with any Bluetooth-compatible device and includes support for the AAC and aptX codecs. It’s robustly designed and splash so good to go in a wide range of environments, from the bathroom to the beach. There’s also built-in microphone with advanced noise cancellation, enabling wireless hands-free calling and conferencing.
The Monster Superstar Bluetooth speaker is available in a choice of Neon Blue, Neon Green/Black and Neon Grey/Black, with an RRP of £99.95.


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