Tribit Gets Serious with Its Latest Audio Entry, Tribit MaxSound Plus

Posted in Feb 12, 2019 in News, no comment

Tribit doubles up on its successful formula with the MaxSound Plus: a bigger, louder version of the critically-acclaimed XSound Go.

Building on its successes without resting on its laurels
The product that made a massive success of Tribit’s debut in the wireless Bluetooth speaker segment, the XSound Go, was a portable Bluetooth speaker that proved quality and value didn’t have to come at a price, or a compromise. With critical acclaim from authoritative industry journalists and media titans, the release of what became Wirecutter and Cnet’s Best Bluetooth Speaker, the XSound Go catapulted Tribit to become the fastest growing wireless audio brand on Amazon. Its traction was further supported by the release of the XBoom, a rugged variant of Tribit’s formula that was designated by the Wirecutter as their top pick for Best Portable Bluetooth Speaker, knocking the UE Roll 2 off its consecutive two-year run. The emergent audio brand has taken things up a notch by introducing the MaxSound Plus, a larger version of the celebrated XSound Go. The new portable speaker is the logical next step in what has proved to be a winning formula of Tribit’s impressive clarity, richness, and accessible fidelity found across all its well-priced wireless and portable audio solutions.

More about the MaxSound Plus
To support its multi-directional design, the speaker receives the brand’s proprietary XBass technology that gives listeners the option to add bass and depth to the listening experience. The XBass radiator response is deceivingly good, providing explosive bass lines that are controlled and thudding kicks that maintain depth. While the MaxSound Plus retains the same audio signature found in the widely-acclaimed XSound Go, the MaxSound Plus increases its delivery to a significant 24W of power. To make the augmentation of its drivers mean something, the speaker features enhanced audio process technology – an attempt to execute audiophile-grade fidelity rather than speaker-size pretension. For those not convinced by the decision, Tribit’s inclusion of more powerful modules will certainly persuade with their impressive clarity.

In line with the portability of its smaller brother, the MaxSound Plus’ USB rechargeable Lithium-ion battery can provide 20 hours of uninterrupted sound on a single charge and up to 100 ft of wireless connectivity Bluetooth 4.2. The MaxSound Plus enforces its portability with sturdy construction that attains a trustworthy IPX7 waterproof rating to give the Bluetooth speaker durability and protection in the event of exposure to dust, humidity, and complete submersion in water.

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