Syska Sound Cup Review: High on features, average performance

Syska Sound Cup detailed review There’s a lot of things that can make or break a Bluetooth speaker, especially in the mid-range category. Once you’re paying upwards of Rs. 5000 for any Bluetooth speaker, you expect a certain number of things from it – great battery life, dependable connectivity, portability and durability, but most important of all, it should sound good. There’s a lot of competition in this price segment, with established players and new entrants duking it out. Syska, with its Sound Cup, is also trying to make a…

Plantronics BackBeat FIT 305 Review: Rugged build, weak bass

Plantronics BackBeat FIT 305 detailed review Due to the evolution of user behaviour and demands, a particular informal sub-category of earphones has made its presence increasingly felt in recent times. That category is of wireless sports earphones, designed and built to cater to a gym-going, fitness enthusiast audience that prioritises features like a good build, ruggedness, noise isolation over fidelity. The BackBeat FIT 305 is meant for that exact demographic through and through. How well does it satisfy its requirements? Let’s find out. Design and Build As always, this is…

Plantronics BackBeat FIT 305 Review: Rugged build, weak bass

Plantronics BackBeat FIT 305 detailed review Due to the evolution of user behaviour and demands, a particular informal sub-category of earphones has made its presence increasingly felt in recent times. That category is of wireless sports earphones, designed and built to cater to a gym-going, fitness enthusiast audience that prioritises features like a good build, ruggedness, noise isolation over fidelity. The BackBeat FIT 305 is meant for that exact demographic through and through. How well does it satisfy its requirements? Let’s find out. Design and Build As always, this is…

Syska Sound Cup Review: High on features, average performance

Syska Sound Cup detailed review There’s a lot of things that can make or break a Bluetooth speaker, especially in the mid-range category. Once you’re paying upwards of Rs. 5000 for any Bluetooth speaker, you expect a certain number of things from it – great battery life, dependable connectivity, portability and durability, but most important of all, it should sound good. There’s a lot of competition in this price segment, with established players and new entrants duking it out. Syska, with its Sound Cup, is also trying to make a…