Braven 1100

Braven Introduce New 1100, 2200b and 2300b Luxury Speakers

January 6, 2015 - Written By Tom Dawson

Braven is a company that we’ve gotten to know over the years that’s known for their quality and of course their pretty decent sound, too. For many, Braven has become a name for producing, hard-wearing Bluetooth speakers that can take a little battering from the elements and that aren’t afraid to get wet. Much like the newly announced BRV-Pro. However, with the 1100, 2200b and 2300b, Braven is focusing on offering great quality sound above all else in a new line of Bluetooth speakers that should sound great anywhere in your home.

Starting with the 1100, Braven says that the apt-X support and TrueWireless technology delivers excellent sound quality, but of course we’ll have to hear them for ourselves to say whether or not they live up to the promise. An interesting feature in the $249.99 model is that you can connect another 1100 series speaker (or an 800 or BRV-HD speaker) to create a true stereo pair of speakers if you’d like. The 1100 will be available for $250 in black, dark gray, light gray, red, orange and blue in Q2 later this year.

Moving on to the more powerful 2200b and 2300b, Braven have designed speakers designed to fill rooms while delivering decent quality as well. These fairly sizable speakers won’t come cheap however, and will be available for $299.99 and $349.99, respectively when they go on sale during Q2 like the 1100. These larger speakers will have changeable grill options in black, dark gray, red, orange, and blue. CEO of Braven, Andy Fathollahi, said that with the 1100 line the company “didn’t stop with the best sounding speakers on the market, but also incorporated a number of features including BRAVEN Balance technology, outbound charging to power your mobile devices, and more to make these speakers flawless.”

High-end audio is definitely making something of a comeback recently, with more and more caring deeply about how their music sounds. With the flexibility of Bluetooth, streaming services and more affordable speakers hitting the market it’s getting easier to enjoy music the way it should be enjoyed.