Before Bluetooth came along, most speakers lived a sedentary life in an entertainment center. Connected directly to the media source, these cabinets were massive by today’s standards because you simply never needed to move them. But now that it’s possible to listen to music wirelessly, bigger speakers don’t get the same love they used to, as people prefer little ones instead that can come along for the ride.
The Fluance Fi30 wants to bring back that classic style to the Bluetooth market, offering a solid wood construct packed with power for the stunning low price of $149 (about £137, AU$192).
It has no problem with visual presence and fortunately, this large Bluetooth speaker hits most of the key notes in sound performance.