Sonoro Troy review
Sonoro’s Troy speaker dock is iOS and Android compatible, thanks to two universal USB ports which connect iOS devices and Android devices. Annoyingly, Android devices need a second 3.5mm audio cable to send sound to the speaker, and with our smartphone connected we couldn’t get the lid to sit flush with the dock once we’d crammed both cables inside.
Sound quality is reasonable enough, providing a clear mid-range and fairly responsive bass from the down-firing bass port, but we weren’t too impressed with the overly sharp high-end.
If you don’t like the grey fabric seen on our review sample, the Troy also comes in red, green or black, but there are numerous Philips Fidelio speaker docks which are better value, and have more features, better sound and arguably nicer looks.
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