at a premium price.
Still an awesome speaker.
In sum the Lg PK7 is a good portable speaker with rich sound, substantial bass and reasonably good reproduction.
Great sounding speaker and the battery life is excellent.
I have an LG G6 phone which boasts aptX HD technology, and it's a perfect fit with this speaker.
I am very very impressed the speaker sound so awesome so loud base and so clear!!!
It is a boosted bass speaker,, and those who love bass will love it.
The battery life is excellent and double what most of the other competitive speakers would be in this price range.
You'll have to decide for yourself if this meets it; the battery life is the biggest argument in its favor and its best feature.
I haven't tested the battery for a full 22 hours which is the stated battery life on a full charge, but I can say the battery lasted for a full day in the park, and a full day at a BBQ on a single charge with the lights running.
Plus you will save on battery life without it.
This speaker offers a claimed 22-hour battery life.
If I'm going out by the pool (me, not the teens) I can use this and truly enjoy music while swimming or working out in the water.
The sound quality is excellent and base boost and vocal boost which makes this really good for todays type of music.
Granted, most of the music on my phone is in FLAC lossless format, some of it even hi-res (plays up to 24 bit 192k flawlessly), but even MP3s sound amazing.
I'm never awake for that long, but this will get me through and entire waking day and night of music and audio programming.
In addition to blue tooth, the speaker offers a line in, which you might want to use depending on the quality of the music player and software on your phone or tablet.
Also lighted speakers start before you play music and don't sync with music.
Musical sound quality is very nice.
What I love the most is the sound quality.
Awesome bass and clear quality sound!
The sound is rich and full and VERY loud for a portable.
It's well worth the money, provided you have the proper equipment to take advantage of its advanced sound quality features.
Since sound quality is the single most important factor for me I would ordinarily dock a star for that but the sound was otherwise so impressive, really one of the best I have heard.
The bass, for what it is, is good.
It has very rich bass and also can be played surprisingly loud.
Deep, pounding bass, smooth, tight mids and amazingly crisp highs can be easily achieved with a little tweaking of the EQ.
Using the Poweramp app from the Play Store and some adjustments in the EQ this thing is just short of incredible!
The thing that surprised me is the size of the speaker but it is the perfect size for my intended use of the speaker.
That thing was a HUGE hit and surprisingly, everybody was really into the lights.
kind of thing, but realistically it just doesn't work.
They do their own thing unrelated to the music.
The first thing that I thought when I saw this was, there is no way the sound from this is going to blow me away.
There's an available Android control app (for audio and lighting); overall, it was not a particularly good user experience.
It's a cheesy music app and also has controls for the beat lighting, but again, you'll probably find you'll never use the beat lighting, and the music app doesn't include an EQ, so it's no match against Poweramp.
I am hoping they make an iOS version of the app in the near future.
Otherwise, without the app, it's going to be either the lights changing or them being a solid blue or a solid yellow or turned off.
The app is easy to use and I suggest using it (even though it's only for Android so iOS users won't benefit from it, thankfully I have an Android and two iPhones for business and personal needs) if you want to control the lighting better.
The lights are a great feature for parties and young people really love the look.
The lights are nice but aren't perfect.
My kids enjoy the changeable lights of the speakers, which light up according to the song's beat (pic 03).
While the lights aren't something you should base an audio purchase on, they are a nice bonus that you will enjoy at gatherings.
The LG PK7 portable Bluetooth speaker is a solid entry in a very crowded market.
The LG PK7 is one of the best sounding bluetooth speakers I have used.
You can be in one area of the house (which is a bit over 3,000 sq ft) and have the speaker at the opposite end and if it's on loud you can hear it all the way across the house and it isn't distorted at that volume.
I just wish the volume could go a little louder for outside activities.
Honestly, it's hard to listen at max volume inside the home.
I ran it through its paces with a few different music genres and I found no distortion at the highest volume.
If you're looking for a Bluetooth speaker that you can pump up the volume on without the sound becoming distorted and you're looking for light effects, this is the speaker you're looking for.
Bottom line, the volume to which we could raise this without it affecting clarity is very impressive.
The clarity is way better than almost any other Bluetooth speaker we have, and we have a variety of them from cheap $20 to expensive $600 ones (not all from Vine, the entire family loves music and each kid wants their own Bluetooth speaker so we've invested quite a bit into a few of them).
The speaker offers 24 bit sound, so if your mobile device is not capable of playing lossless files you have the option of plugging in a dap, or tuner.
but I thought it charged a bit faster.
I do not think I have encountered another blue tooth speaker which can fill a 40 x 40 foot room with sound.
I would not call it audiophile, but then have not ever heard a blue tooth speaker which is.
It is somewhat less good at the high end, which is true of most boosted bass speakers in my experience.
On its own even with the "enhanced bass" and "clear vocal" enabled, the sound is only a little above average, especially the high end.
5 because the high end is clipped and not as rich as the bass.
After 3 days of listening several hours/ day it is still going strong.
I have not run it for that long yet, but did listen to it for several hours and it did not fade out at all.
You also have the option of controlling it from your mobile device.
It can be used cordless or corded, streaming or wired, controlled via on deck buttons or your mobile device and has a pretty serious light display.
EQ is a must to get close to audiophile quality out of this speaker.
The "beat lighting" feature on this speaker is pretty much useless.