Peachtree Audio Deepblue Bluetooth Music System
While those familiar with the Great Cable Debate and thousand-dollar DACs will be more familiar with the Peachtree name than any casual audio customer, don't let that stop you from taking a look: the Deepblue is a fantastic product that outperforms similar offerings from better-known brands like Bose. In fact, if it weren't for its minor hiccoughs in user-friendliness, I'd say that the Deepblue would obsolesce Bose's Soundlink line altogether; it certainly sounds better.
The Deepblue packs a serious whallop for such a small speaker: its bass reaches surprisingly deep, and even manages not to get out of control or overshadow the midrange. The resulting sound is full and lively, making competing products sound thin or shouty by comparison when attempting to achieve the same volume and dynamism.While those looking for real fidelity or any kind of stereo imaging will be disappointed, that's not the Deepblue's market; if you want computer or TV speakers, you can do better for less. But if you're looking for something small and wireless (not portable, though) with great sound, perhaps for playing music in a kitchen or workshop, the Deepblue is tough to beat, even at $400.