Sumvision Psyc Monic Bluetooth Speaker Review

The Sumvision Psyc Monic Bluetooth Speaker is a good looking Bluetooth speaker. It’s aggressively styled with a wide, low, profile and a black aluminium case.

On the top are controls and things are kept simple, a power button, play/pause button and volume controls that double up as track forward/back buttons.

Around the back is the USB charging port and an Aux in connector for any non-Bluetooth devices you might have.

Powering up the Sumvision Psyc Monic and you’ll immediately notice a difference over other speakers at this price, instead of the typical 3 beeps that increase in pitch you get low, powerful, punchy dun dun dun dun sounds.

Sumvision Psyc Monic

Pairing was very easy, and your device will re-pair automatically next time you turn the speaker on.

Considering the low price the dual 10 watt drivers and passive subwoofer do a fantastic job at delivering a really nice sound, much better than expected. Sound quality is lovely and clear with a surprisingly good bit of bass, something usually missing from low cost Bluetooth speakers.

Normally at this point in the review an area of the speaker would be highlighted that isn’t that good, for example you get a good design but poor bass, or you get a decent sound but a plastic speaker. With the Sumvision Psyc Monic we skip this as, for the price, this is bang on the money in providing a premium design backed up by a good sound from a speaker that’s portable enough to pop in a bag.

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5 / 5 stars     

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