PC & Console Peripherals

Creative iRoar Go Review: Mobile, Powerful Bluetooth Speaker

Creative’s Roar Series mobile speakers ensure that every output device receives high-quality sound. So you don’t just have a wired companion via jack or USB, but also a powerful sound companion via Bluetooth. After Creative launched the Roar, Roar 2, Roar Pro and most recently the iRoar, the iRoar Go Bluetooth speaker is now available.

Already the first Roar loudspeakers captivate with a rich and powerful sound. With the iRoar Go Creative delivers its own app. You can’t influence the sound indefinitely with this. However, you have the possibility to make individual equalizer settings in addition to the ROAR mode and Tera Bass. At 1.5 l, the iRoar is also slightly larger than all its predecessors. On the other hand, the iRoar Go scores with 1.0 l volume. With this, the new Creative iRoar Go is the smallest Bluetooth speaker.

In contrast to the iRoar, the small Creative iRoar Go does not have all the features. This concerns in particular aptX as transmission protocol or also the optical input. But the Bluetooth loudspeaker scores with a very low price between 169 € and 199 €, which is only about half the price of the iRoar.

Technical Data

Product name: Creative iRoar Go
Weight 810 g
Measurements 54 mm x 192 mm x 97 mm

Length of USB cable: 0.7 m

Accumulator Lithium ions, 5200 mAh
Battery runtime 12 hours
Version Bi-amplified Design
Bluetooth Version 4.2
Colour Black
NFC supports NFC
Connector type AUX input, Bluetooth, USB
Supported Bluetooth Profiles A2DP, AVRCP, HFP
Supported Codecs AAC, SBC

Included with the Creative iRoar Go are a replaceable power plug, the user manual, a microphone adapter (3.5 mm), a micro-USB cable and the power adapter.

Creative iRoar Go Accessories
Creative iRoar Go Accessories
1 2 3 4Next page
Creative iRoar Go Leistungsfähiger, wetterfester
This product is currently unavailable.

Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Back to top button