use the speakers during a party.
Which brings us to the design flaws. It is brilliant that the speakers come with Bluetooth connectivity—in this wireless age, it would have been a travesty if this feature wasn’t there. But, it seems Intex has got carried away with the wireless features. A huge shortcoming of the Soundbar is that it doesn’t come with the regular 3.5 mm jack that connects to your iPod, phone or any MP3 player!
Why would Intex choose to go this way? That cable is so ubiquitous, it surely can’t have raised input costs appreciably. The Soundbar does come with a cable to connect it to your TV, but that’s all. Overall, Intex’s Soundbar is cheap, and that’s always an attractive feature, but if you can muster up some additional cash, it’s worth getting something else.
* Back panel: Glossy plastic, similar colour effect to Dull titanium.
* Side panel: Electronic plating
* Cloth grill: Transparent
* LED light: Blue/Green
* RMS: 20W*2+40W*1
* Remote Control: Standby, Mute, Volume +/-, Bass+/-, Treble+/-, Source
Estimated street price: Rs. 5,000