Panasonic SC-ALL6EB-W 40 W Powerful Multi-Room Speaker -, Reliable Bluetooth and AUX connections – plenty of streaming options.

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Great multi-room, reservations about rear-speaker use. . ==getting my rant out the way==i have an existing panasonic allplay speaker network, so this expanded this nicely. However, having been badly burnt in the past by panasonic, and the faults in it’s first generation sc-allx units, and their whitewashing of the problem, it’s really hard to want to have anything to do with panasonic ever again. But hey, i am essentially locked in via existing technology purchases, so have little choice in that matter. ==overview==this is essentially a reworking of the fatally flawed all3 wireless speaker, adding 2nd generation features like the preset buttons, and restreaming from aux-in and bluetooth. All these features really take this unit to the next level and the 2 preset buttons are a game changer, meaning once setup, you can program a couple of common radio sources, meaning a much more instant audio gratification, even if there is only two presets. ==sound quality==the sound quality from this unit is great, and unlike sonos, allplay supports 24/96 uncompressed flac, means you really can throw hd audio at this and it sounds great, you really won’t be disappointed by the sound quality. The other area in which allplay excels, is in room-room latency, which is substantially lower, meaning better sync between speakers (and in my experience, much less change of loss of sync). Allplay really is the platform of choice for people that care about music quality. And this speaker delivers a great build off the qualcomm allplay hardware platform.

I brought two of these to include to my panasonic all70 seem bar, they connected very easily to my sound bar with bluetooth and act as surround speakers. The advancement to my seem bar is remarkable comprehensive encompass outcome. They are also really superior as a bluetooth speaker connecting to my apple iphone audio is remarkable good bass and quantity from such a modest speaker the panasonic tunes app isnt pretty excellent for streaming however.

Panasonic SC-ALL6EB-W 40 W Powerful Multi-Room Speaker – White

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  • Play music from almost any source all controlled from the Panasonic music streaming App
  • Distortion-free and clear sound from two woofers and two tweeters
  • Bluetooth wireless technology
  • Send music from Smartphone/tablet to other all connected speakers

Wonderful speaker, effectively built though desires a small a lot more operate to capture-up with the levels of competition. My preliminary impression upon opening the box was that this is a incredibly nicely designed speaker:- good establish good quality- is effective about ethernet, wifi and bluetooth which is great- feather contact buttons (quantity, wifi, and so forth)- can be placed horizontally or vertically- i have to have to verify but seems like it has a screw correcting for stand/wall mounting- environment up was okay – the instructions could be improved it took a pair of minutes applying an apple iphone application to get it doing the job- apple iphone software structure is wonderful while a bit fiddly at instances- web radio was simple to established up but required a independent software i would have thought that 1 application for every little thing would be tidier- can be utilized as section of a established to variety a surround speaker program- seem good quality very good. If we evaluate against sonos engage in:one:- sonos won’t have bluetooth- enjoy one can only be positioned vertically- play one seems better- sonos software is less difficult to use- play one has far better integration to new music streaming expert services. And if we examine in opposition to bose soundtouch:- bose a lot more high priced- bose appears superior- bose connectivity just isn’t as excellent (to streaming companies, and many others). Overall as a standalone speaker i imagined this product was excellent. But if you happen to be seeking for a little something additional multi-room/flexible then sonos is a superior possibility.

Each home ought to have 5.

Excellent mains bluetooth speaker with a lot of volume. . This is a evaluation for the sc-all6this hefty speaker weighs in at all over 8lbs it fills a room roughly 10” x 5” x 6”, so it is also very compact. The controls are a sequence of contact sensitive, labelled regions on a strip alongside the front leading. Some of them even have very small leds hidden below the speaker cloth to permit you know something is happening. They are so well hidden i uncovered them difficult to make out. The speaker best, sides, and back are lined with a ‘leatherette’ sort material and the entrance by speaker fabric. The ends are finished with a brushed aluminium trim. There are innocuous rubber toes on the base and on one conclude so the speaker can be stood vertically as well as horizontally. It would make a superior resident for the conclusion of a bookshelf. The controls, from left to proper, are ‘1’ & ‘2’ for preset stations (i made use of tunein), volume up and quantity down, a thing identified as rear mode, aux (utilised in conjunction with the aux in 3.

Panasonic SC-ALL6EB-W 40 W Powerful Multi-Room Speaker – White : Reliable bluetooth and aux connections – plenty of streaming options. . This panasonic multi-room speaker has a good build standard and i like the minimalist design. All the information you need to start using the speaker is inside the box and the set-up is quite straightforward. The speaker is compatible with bluetooth, wifi and has an aux, auxiliary port, option which is handy for older devices without bluetooth. Both the bluetooth and aux options are simple to use, you will need to buy a double ended aux cable, and offer consistently good sound quality with no discernible static and plenty of volume. The other option available is an app which downloads onto apple or android smart phones and allows music to be streamed directly from phone, via spotify playlist for instance, to a speaker, or speakers, anywhere in the home. I’m much impressed with the bluetooth and aux options which give me plenty of choice and i can even connect to my windows10 laptop or listen to playlists directly from my ancient ipod nano. The only ‘niggle’ is that the speaker relies on mains power and needs to plugged in at all time when in use. The electrical cord is really short so you’ll need an extension lead unless you can site the speaker next to a plug socket. Only a minor setback and all-in-all i think this is a great piece of kit.

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Well built but lacking in quite a few aspects. I had high expectations of this speaker given that panasonic have a long and impressive history of mid-fi kit and that they were asking over two hundred for each unit. Unfortunately this just hasn’t delivered on promise and i won’t be investing in a set of them to scatter round my home. Firstly there is the insurmountable problem of the bluetooth streaming format. This certainly isn’t panasonic’s fault but even the latest incarnations of the codec are lossy. Bluetooth was never conceived as a hifi link and if you have experience of either cabled or pcm streamed audio you will notice the artefacts of compression. It’s not a problem if you have bought one of the many £40-£80 rechargeable bluetooth speakers where you can only be impressed by the punch they pack but for a mains powered unit of well over £200 it just seems limiting. The app didn’t wow me either and i found it just as effective to pair my devices directly and use other apps on them already. Once connected, the stepping of the volume control isn’t very fine either – it’s hard to achieve a quiet ambient sound as they go from zero to moderately loud in one jump. I freely admit that using one unit doesn’t give me the flavour of the integrated system but equally i doubt it could be much more than the sum of its parts.
Well built but lacking in quite a few aspects. I had high expectations of this speaker given that panasonic have a long and impressive history of mid-fi kit and that they were asking over two hundred for each unit. Unfortunately this just hasn’t delivered on promise and i won’t be investing in a set of them to scatter round my home. Firstly there is the insurmountable problem of the bluetooth streaming format. This certainly isn’t panasonic’s fault but even the latest incarnations of the codec are lossy. Bluetooth was never conceived as a hifi link and if you have experience of either cabled or pcm streamed audio you will notice the artefacts of compression. It’s not a problem if you have bought one of the many £40-£80 rechargeable bluetooth speakers where you can only be impressed by the punch they pack but for a mains powered unit of well over £200 it just seems limiting. The app didn’t wow me either and i found it just as effective to pair my devices directly and use other apps on them already. Once connected, the stepping of the volume control isn’t very fine either – it’s hard to achieve a quiet ambient sound as they go from zero to moderately loud in one jump. I freely admit that using one unit doesn’t give me the flavour of the integrated system but equally i doubt it could be much more than the sum of its parts.
This isn’t my first panasonic speaker but it’s not as good as the one i ordered before it. I recently got a yamaha system and i much prefer their wireless speakers as not only is the acoustic quality far superior but also they look and work better. This takes its time connecting to the network and also doesn’t turn off (i mean fully, not standby) instead turning itself back on from time to time unless i remember to switch it off at the mains. It doesn’t seem to have caught up with the advances in technology since the last panasonic speaker release and in fact has degraded.
This isn’t my first panasonic speaker but it’s not as good as the one i ordered before it. I recently got a yamaha system and i much prefer their wireless speakers as not only is the acoustic quality far superior but also they look and work better. This takes its time connecting to the network and also doesn’t turn off (i mean fully, not standby) instead turning itself back on from time to time unless i remember to switch it off at the mains. It doesn’t seem to have caught up with the advances in technology since the last panasonic speaker release and in fact has degraded.
The panasonic range of allplay speakers has come good with this second generation version of the all3. I have a couple of those plus an all1 and although i liked them (especially once i had set up the pair of all3’s to play separate stereo channels – which absolutely changes the sound from slightly muddled boom box to beautifully constructed sound stage), i have to admit they were a bit limited and temperamental to use. I was alerted to the all6 via the update to the panasonic music streaming app, (which was an awful piece of work in its first incarnation), when it suddenly included bluetooth (re)streaming. I was keen to get my hands on an all6 for that purpose – but couldn’t really justify the cost until i got one for just over a hundred quid from amazon warehouse. I had intended to replace one of the all3 with an all6, but panasonic in their wisdom have changed the design so that the front of the speaker is now cloth covered rather than metal mesh. The sound is the same – so it still works well as half of the stereo pair but it looks a little different. Initial set up was problematic –the android app makes it simpler than the first version – but i had to do a re-set before it accepted the router password. Since that small hiccup it has behaved flawlessly. My current set up now includes 5 allplay speakers which play perfectly in sync.
The panasonic range of allplay speakers has come good with this second generation version of the all3. I have a couple of those plus an all1 and although i liked them (especially once i had set up the pair of all3’s to play separate stereo channels – which absolutely changes the sound from slightly muddled boom box to beautifully constructed sound stage), i have to admit they were a bit limited and temperamental to use. I was alerted to the all6 via the update to the panasonic music streaming app, (which was an awful piece of work in its first incarnation), when it suddenly included bluetooth (re)streaming. I was keen to get my hands on an all6 for that purpose – but couldn’t really justify the cost until i got one for just over a hundred quid from amazon warehouse. I had intended to replace one of the all3 with an all6, but panasonic in their wisdom have changed the design so that the front of the speaker is now cloth covered rather than metal mesh. The sound is the same – so it still works well as half of the stereo pair but it looks a little different. Initial set up was problematic –the android app makes it simpler than the first version – but i had to do a re-set before it accepted the router password. Since that small hiccup it has behaved flawlessly. My current set up now includes 5 allplay speakers which play perfectly in sync.
Impressive quality and sound. I am reviewing the panasonic sc-all6eb-k 40 w powerful multi-room speaker- black. Here are my thoughts:^^ the main thing i wanted this for was so i could connect this panasonic speaker to my alexa, and i am pleased to say that works really well. Just go to the alexa app to set up the connection, or press the bluetooth button on the speaker so it’s in search mode and ask alexa to connect for you. Having alexa connect means now i can keep the speaker in the kitchen and listen to music there without bothering anyone else in the room where alexa sits (in my case the living room). However, she does turn off (to save power) if not used for a while, which can be a bit annoying for alexa users. She also grabs the audio output when it connects, so if i connect to another bluetooth device she will disconnect from the previous device. ^^ the above point leads me on nicely to the fact that the panasonic does have allplay streaming abilities, meaning it can connect to this and also re-stream to other allplay enabled devices. So if you’ve got money to spend you can buy another sc-all6 speaker, or choose a different one (the top of the range sc-all9) and then you will be able to play the same music the same time in different rooms. ^^ this speaker includes a touch area with preset internet radio channels, volume control, rear mode (for rear surround sound), aux, bluetooth and standby on and off switch.

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Impressive quality and sound. I am reviewing the panasonic sc-all6eb-k 40 w powerful multi-room speaker- black. Here are my thoughts:^^ the main thing i wanted this for was so i could connect this panasonic speaker to my alexa, and i am pleased to say that works really well. Just go to the alexa app to set up the connection, or press the bluetooth button on the speaker so it’s in search mode and ask alexa to connect for you. Having alexa connect means now i can keep the speaker in the kitchen and listen to music there without bothering anyone else in the room where alexa sits (in my case the living room). However, she does turn off (to save power) if not used for a while, which can be a bit annoying for alexa users. She also grabs the audio output when it connects, so if i connect to another bluetooth device she will disconnect from the previous device. ^^ the above point leads me on nicely to the fact that the panasonic does have allplay streaming abilities, meaning it can connect to this and also re-stream to other allplay enabled devices. So if you’ve got money to spend you can buy another sc-all6 speaker, or choose a different one (the top of the range sc-all9) and then you will be able to play the same music the same time in different rooms. ^^ this speaker includes a touch area with preset internet radio channels, volume control, rear mode (for rear surround sound), aux, bluetooth and standby on and off switch.
I’ve already owned the all-8 and i’m a great fan of the panasonic home range of speakers. I’ve already owned the all-8 and i’m a great fan of the panasonic home range of speakers. The sound quality is brilliant for the bottom line of the product, and the flexibility of how you can extend the system. It’s so straightforward to set up with the panasonic app. I use android nougat and had no issues with stepping through the setup process. The speaker appears to be on constant standby, as when you try to output to it from spotify even when i thought it was off, it turned itself back on. For me this is fine, but the power-conscious of those amongst you may therefore want to remember to turn this off at the wallit’s a good-looking unit and doesn’t take up too much space on the sideboard. A brilliant addition to your home media setup.

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I’ve already owned the all-8 and i’m a great fan of the panasonic home range of speakers. I’ve already owned the all-8 and i’m a great fan of the panasonic home range of speakers. The sound quality is brilliant for the bottom line of the product, and the flexibility of how you can extend the system. It’s so straightforward to set up with the panasonic app. I use android nougat and had no issues with stepping through the setup process. The speaker appears to be on constant standby, as when you try to output to it from spotify even when i thought it was off, it turned itself back on. For me this is fine, but the power-conscious of those amongst you may therefore want to remember to turn this off at the wallit’s a good-looking unit and doesn’t take up too much space on the sideboard. A brilliant addition to your home media setup.

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This is a wireless speaker system from panasonicyou can stream music from wifi and bluetooth with wireless technology around the housepanasonic has a music streaming app to help you connect easilyyou can stream any music from bluetooth wireless technology throughout the house and enjoy your music library and online music services wirelesslythe speaker is white in colour with silver accentswe have connected via bluetooth on iphone/ipod and the sound is great listening to our music around the house.

This review is from : Panasonic SC-ALL6EB-W 40 W Powerful Multi-Room Speaker – White

This is a wireless speaker system from panasonicyou can stream music from wifi and bluetooth with wireless technology around the housepanasonic has a music streaming app to help you connect easilyyou can stream any music from bluetooth wireless technology throughout the house and enjoy your music library and online music services wirelesslythe speaker is white in colour with silver accentswe have connected via bluetooth on iphone/ipod and the sound is great listening to our music around the house.
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