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How good is the Beoplay P6 compare to A1 Gen 2 and Beolit 20?

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donnghia
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donnghia posted on Mon, Sep 13 2021 5:47 AM

Can someone help me to compare 3 of them? the P6 is near the cost of Beolit 20, is it worth it? 

And how good the Sound quality and the battery is between them? 

Thank you very much !

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leosgonewild
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I would choose the Beolit 20 for sound and the A1 for portability.

The P6 sounds better than the A1, but it is just an awkward device. The bass driver is on one side, so sound changes with placement.

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donnghia
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Wow really? It is a strange design

 

But you mean the beolit 20 is not portable? Because of its size?

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It’s portable, but you don’t throw it in your bag and go hiking.

If the size isn’t an issue I’d go with the 20

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At least in the UK you now buy the P6 for half it's original RRP, so really a great price. It sounds best side-on where you get the best stereo separation. Where the 4" bass driver is pointed doesn't matter so much. Sounds better than the A1.

donnghia
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1. Hi, this offer only in Offline UK store not Online store?

2. What do you mean by "side on"?

3. It the P6 sound much better than the A1 gen 2 ? or just a slight edge?

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jamospingal:

At least in the UK you now buy the P6 for half it's original RRP, so really a great price. It sounds best side-on where you get the best stereo separation. Where the 4" bass driver is pointed doesn't matter so much. Sounds better than the A1.

 

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Although the B&O Beoplay P6 isn't fully water proof it comes with an IP54 rating which means it is splash and dust proof. It should be able to survive an accidental spill or two but we won't recommend taking it in the pool.

 

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Leann replied on Tue, Sep 14 2021 1:07 PM

Although the B&O Beoplay P6 isn't fully water proof it comes with an IP54 rating which means it is splash and dust proof. It should be able to survive an accidental spill or two but we won't recommend taking it in the pool.

 

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Leann replied on Tue, Sep 14 2021 1:07 PM

Although the B&O Beoplay P6 isn't fully water proof it comes with an IP54 rating which means it is splash and dust proof. It should be able to survive an accidental spill or two but we won't recommend taking it in the pool.

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Leann replied on Tue, Sep 14 2021 1:07 PM

Although the B&O Beoplay P6 isn't fully water proof it comes with an IP54 rating which means it is splash and dust proof. It should be able to survive an accidental spill or two but we won't recommend taking it in the pool.

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Leann replied on Tue, Sep 14 2021 1:07 PM

Although the B&O Beoplay P6 isn't fully water proof it comes with an IP54 rating which means it is splash and dust proof. It should be able to survive an accidental spill or two but we won't recommend taking it in the pool.

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