Featured: Supertooth Disco4 Bluetooth Speaker Review

Back at CES in January, Supertooth announced a brand new Bluetooth Speaker of theirs. That is the Disco4. I've reviewed the Disco Twin last year as well as the Supertooth Freedom headphones, and I loved them both. So here comes the Disco4 which features NFC for Tap-to-Pair as well as Bluetooth 4.0. As you can tell, it's a pretty large Bluetooth speaker, especially compared to the others that I've reviewed recently. This one boasts about 8 watts, and a bass reflex system. It also has a rather large battery inside which promises up to 12 hours of playback.

While I was using it for the past week or so, I was able to get about 10-12 hours of playback having it pair both to my laptop and smartphone. The sound was pretty good coming from it as well, which you can see from the review video down below. The Disco4 comes in plenty of colors as well, obviously I have the purple one here - which I actually like the color of this one. It's available in black, gray, white, purple and red. It's not all that heavy either, it weighs about the same as the Ultimate Ears Boom speaker. What I really like though, is that it has a handle on top for when you want to carry it around, since it is a rather large Bluetooth speaker, comparatively.

I've been very pleased with the Supertooth Disco4 Bluetooth Speaker, which I honestly didn't expect anything less. The best part about it, is the price. It's only $49, which is a really good price in my opinion. Generally Bluetooth speakers that are this good are usually over $100, so seeing it at just $49 is almost an impulse buy. I've been keeping the Disco4 on my desk underneath my mounted monitor and it works great and looks great as well. Definitely better than the speakers that are integrated into my laptop.

For those interested, the Disco4 is available from Supertooth's website for $49.

Video Review


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