The UB+ Eupho S1 Circle is a new portable wireless speaker that UB+ recently announced, and will go on sale in March. NXT was asked if we'd like to review an early production version as a worldwide exclusive, and our feedback will be taken into account for further refinement.
UB+ is a Singapore wireless speaker brand that has been around for 8 years, and since their Eupho E3 was released in 2016, the brand has pioneered a spherical speaker enclosure for enhanced bass resonance, which meant the UB+ Eupho S2 Alphorn speaker that I reviewed back in NXT October 2021 had big bass that was out of proportion to the speaker's size.
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