The Mass Fidelity Bluetooth Speaker Uses Science To Blast Out Big Sound

There are many Bluetooth speakers on the market, some good, some bad, some great, but most of them are using the same tried-and-true technology to produce sound. That technology is basically to throw some speakers into the unit, point them in a couple directions, and call it a day. Mass Fidelity decided that wasn't cutting it, however, and now we have the Core.

The Core can pretty much fit anywhereThe Core can pretty much fit anywhere

So, how does the Core manage this surround sound from a single unit Bluetooth system? Well, by using holographic acoustic technology the Core can produce a stereo sound field that sounds like it is coming from different points when in reality it's coming from one small unit, one that can fit into your hand. By using four drivers, the Core can send out sound waves that essentially collide in midair, where you ears then pick up the sound. While one unit can fill up a room with sound, having multiple cores throughout the house can connect to each other (without the need for a router or app) and fill your entire home up with continuous music.

The Core gives you options thanks to input/output jacksThe Core gives you options thanks to input/output jacks

The unit impressively fits five speakers into the 6x6x4" housing and has a wired/wireless input for a subwoofer. This is a great feature due to the fact the five speakers are able to reproduce sounds in the range of 44Hz to 20kHz. In layman's terms, it can replicate any sounds in the mid to high range very well but leaves something desired for those low, bass notes. While the speakers can still pick up notes lower than 44Hz, it definitely leaves the listener wanting more. Being able to hook up a subwoofer is a great feature of the Core.

The Mass Fidelity Core has a battery life of 12 hours and can connect to any Bluetooth-enabled device. While the unit is a bit on the expensive side, there are almost zero competitors using 3D audio, which is where the higher price comes from. If you're an audiophile looking for a great sounding, small Bluetooth speaker, the Core will be right up your alley. 

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