Award Winning Sound
The 80W amp in this active loudspeaker combines with Bluetooth connectivity to create a fearsome addition to your audio arsenal.
“The 80W amp in this active loudspeaker combines with Bluetooth connectivity to create a fearsome addition to your audio arsenal. If your traditional roots stil won’t acknowlegde wireless audio as a ‘thing’, though, wired connections include twin USB ports, optical digital inouts, a stereo analogue connection and a trusty 3.5mm jack.”
Record Collecter, the UK’s longest-running music monthly, carries an excellent review of the OLi POWA-5. Appearing in the June issue’s exclusive audio review spot, the mag says the powered speakers sound
‘admirably open and spacious with solid bass and, for the cabinet size, quite meaty’. Nice work.
We were extremely proud to read the review of our OLi POWA-5 Bluetooth-enabled speakers in the Weekend edition of the Financial Times.
Appearing in the esteemed How To Spend It magazine supplement, and tested by respected technology journalist Jonathan Margolis, the POWA-5 speakers claimed an outstanding review.
Indeed, the leading newspaper said the speakers
‘look fantastic’ and ‘could sell for twice the price’!
The Roth OLi POWA-5 wins its ‘Desktop Speakers’ Group Test in MacFormat! The Roth model is the only entrant to receive five-stars in the final standings.
- Audio engine A2+ 4 stars
- Creative T30 Wireless 3 stars
- Edifier Luna Eclipse e25 3 stars
- Harman Kardon Nova 4 stars
- Roth OLi POWA-5 5 stars
- Wharfedale DS-1 4 stars
With reviews of the latest kit plus help and advice on Apple programs, Future Publishing’s MacFormat is an essential read for Mac owners. The magazine has an ABC-audited circulation of 22,211 and a readership of around 80,000 every month. The title also has a strong digital presence, including its website, tablet and smartphone versions.
If you’re looking for an affordable pair of speakers that can play everything from Bluetooth to vinyl, then the VA4s are right up your street.
The Roth VA4 Active Speakers claims a superb FOUR STAR review in What Hi-Fi? magazine! What Hi-Fi? has been published for more than 30 years and is the UK’s leading home cinema and hi-fi magazine. Its global editions circulate the magazine’s expert, independent advice to a worldwide audience of well over a million readers.
From treble to bass, you’ll get a well-balanced sound with decent insight that’s certainly worth clearing some space on your bookshelf for.