Long before social media, and Facebook, there was mrbrown.
The comedic alter ego of Lee Kin Mun, mrbrown rose to fame in the early 2000s on the back of the mrbrown show, a podcast that Lee and his friend, Benjamin Lee — who played Mr. Miyagi — created with the help of writers like Marc Nair. Hilarious trash-talk and incisive socio-political commentary and satire, combined with his eponymous blog, made mrbrown a certified hit.
These are the X- mini INFINITI speakers. I’m trying them out in my home and so far, I like how they sound. Clean and balanced, fills the room.
They are Bluetooth wireless, so you can use them anywhere but you have to charge them first. My main gripe with them is that they don’t ship with a charger, but they come with only a USB-A to USB-C cable. Seems like an oversight for a premium-priced speaker like this.
The 10,000mAh battery inside should give you about four hours at max volume. These are not speakers you take with you when you travel but maybe something you drag out to the patio for a party. Because they are heavy at 4kg EACH.
I am trying to wrap my mind around the use case for the X- mini™ INFINITI. Are they home speakers? If so, you have to find your own charging solution as the charger is not included.
Are they move around-the-house speakers? If so, then eventually you will need to lug both 4kg speakers to a power socket and charge them with your own charger (2.5 hours minimum).
I like their CLICK 2 speakers. The use case is obvious with the tiny and loud little fella. These larger cousins of the X-mini range, I’m not so sure.
Still, they sound good and pair with each other easily (you get left-right pairing when you turn both on). You can use the INFINITI alone or as a stereo pair.
Personally, I think they should come with a USB-C charger. That way, one can get the internal battery charged up quickly.
Also useful is the Aux-in port behind the speaker. For when you need to connect a player directly.