Some great soundists insist on saying that Bluetooth speakers are nothing more than a lot of controllers. cheap speakers tucked into plastic boxes They are useless. However, although most of them are correct, there are a few companies that are trying to make these teams really work.
One of them is ADX, a group of engineers in the United States who are working in collaboration with the Chinese mega-manufacturer Wistron. They have created a new brand called Riva and the Turbo X, with a price of approximately 311 euros, is the first product result of this binomial. It is a rectangular type box with seven drivers: three ADX 60 mm drivers and four passive ADX custom dual piston.
The Riva Turbo X has dimensions of 230 mm high, 89 mm wide and weighs 1.6 kg. It has an amplification power of 45 Watts RMS and a microphone with noise and echo reduction technology. The Bluetooth range is 11 meters and supports SBC, AAC and aptX audio codecs. Also incorporates a proximity sensor and the battery life is approximately 26 hours. Additionally, it has a remote control application available for iOS and Android that allows the user to control all the functions of the Turbo X.