CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED SOUND BLASTER ROAR SOUND SIGNATURE. From the Sound Blaster Roar which garnered more than 1,000 5-star reviews. Powered by 2 amps, astounding audio delivered by 5 drivers -2 high-frequency drivers, a woofer, and 2 passive radiators | SMALLER, LIGHTER, SEXIER & SWEETER. Never has a speaker so small sounded this awesome! The 5-driver system, built-in 6,000 mAh Li-ion battery, and a host of killer features - all tightly packed into a 20% smaller enclosure that sits on your palm. | SPORTS MORE FEATURES THAN OTHER WIRELESS SPEAKERS. A built-in MP3 player, a voice recorder, a sp... More
CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED SOUND BLASTER ROAR SOUND SIGNATURE. From the Sound Blaster Roar which garnered more than 1,000 5-star reviews. Powered by 2 amps, astounding audio delivered by 5 drivers -2 high-frequency drivers, a woofer, and 2 passive radiators | SMALLER, LIGHTER, SEXIER & SWEETER. Never has a speaker so small sounded this awesome! The 5-driver system, built-in 6,000 mAh Li-ion battery, and a host of killer features - all tightly packed into a 20% smaller enclosure that sits on your palm. | SPORTS MORE FEATURES THAN OTHER WIRELESS SPEAKERS. A built-in MP3 player, a voice recorder, a speakerphone, a battery bank, and a USB Sound Blaster. With a battery life of 8h that can be charged via the included power adaptor or a micro USB cable | MULTIPLE WAYS TO PLAY YOUR AUDIO. Simply pair your devices wirelessly via Bluetooth or NFC, or via a wired connection from USB or AUX-in. You can even store your songs in a micro SD card and play them directly out of the speaker. | DUAL ORIENTATION MODE. Lay the speaker flat for room-filling and balanced audio or prop it up for louder and more directed audio. Also supports HD wireless audio codecs - apt and AAC that deliver high quality audio for Bluetooth transmission.Less
The Sound Blaster Roar 2 is a marked improvement on its predecessor. It's lighter and 20% smaller, but no less powerful. It has a pretty stellar sound, and while it couldn't fill an auditorium like some 7.1 systems can, the Roar 2 puts out a respectable amount of noise. It's also one of the best-looking speakers around. Both the jet black model and all-white one have a refined simplicity to them that totally trumps other speakers' childish, sometimes gaudy exteriors.
Overall, it's a fine buy for someone looking to add another speaker to the living room, or a Bluetooth-enabled mus... Full review
Although to Creative Sound Blaster Roar 2 couldn't be called a reference speaker, for its small size it really kicks out quality audio. There's plenty of bass considering the size, which otherwise typically lacks from such portable Bluetooth speakers.
The main drawbacks are the somewhat patchy design, which is bested by bundles of other Bluetooth makers, and a variety of extra features that, ultimately, are of little to no use on a device like this (voice recording, for example). The higher price point of this second-gen device also has little new to offer - we think Creative wou... Full review
The best way to look at the Roar 2 is to simply consider it the same as the original Roar, albeit looking better after dieting for a few months. (Maybe it should have been called Roar 1.5?) Some cosmetic changes give it a slight makeover, but it’s what’s inside that counts, and this speaker packs the same guts. We’re not complaining about that, since we found its predecessor so interesting, but we can’t help but feel Creative could’ve made things really interesting by nipping and tucking on the components inside as well, to possibly impact fidelity.
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Sound Blaster 2 Roar is capable as a portable speaker, though it doesn’t strike us as the “take anywhere” type — there’s no waterproofing and a number of switches, buttons, and open ports. It’s fine to take with you in certain situations, but it would also be just as useful and proper around the house, preferably in a small or medium-sized room.
There’s a lot to love about Creative’s Sound Blaster Roar 2. It’s not the flashiest Bluetooth speaker out there, but it’s hard to beat when it comes to features (even if many users... Full review
Like the original, the Sound Blaster Roar 2 is an intriguing multi-tool of a portable speaker. It can do a lot of different things and its performance is satisfying, especially for a price tag closer to $150 than $200. If you want the best sound quality, though, the Editors' Choice Bose SoundLink Mini II and Ultimate Ears UE Boom 2 are superior options, even if they don't have nearly as many features. The SoundLink Mini II offers crisper high-end and better balance, and the waterproof, rugged Boom 2 offers more power and a fuller sense of bass. Still, you won't be disappointed by the Roar 2... Full review
The new design is now 20% smaller than the Classic Sound Blaster Roar but the good news is that the battery hasn’t been diminished. Yes it is still long lasting. The question then might be what did Creative sacrifice in order to make a smaller speaker? Well for starters the woofer now is all up firing instead of up and front firing. Not really a loss because that now allows for better sound quality. They now have a thin aluminum protective plate on top of each radiator. That change is exciting for those who love to have thumping bass, but no worries it doesn’t sound distort... Full review
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