Huge has been busy since its very communal split from Beats, securing another for its own-brand and licensed sound recording products. It has paired with other hot-shot companies, such as Adidas with a new Originals connected with headphones, but is equally impressed, it seems, to stick its own name onto a speaker and let it fly.

Cylinder Bluetooth Speaker

This Monster Superstar is essentially the brand's answer to the Beats Pill and the number of other smaller, but strongly specified small bluetooth speakers on the market.

It is far from cheap, at around £95, truthfully promises to deliver a beefy reasonable for its diminutive footprint. We have to accept that, at the Currys and [DESKTOP] World Christmas in July day where we saw one at last, we didn't get long to find out its audio abilities so is going to comment further when we've suffered with one in for a real test, truthfully we can safely way that it will clothing a smaller room.

There are two full-range drivers and two bass machines in the compact casing after all.

With build quality, it exhibits the same best quality of production that is conventional in Monster. Indeed, with a myriad of reveal options available on the market, we wouldn't occur suprised to have seen the Dre headphones logo on the front. It's geared towards the same market, clearly, and that's nope bad thing.

Monster claims which battery life will last up to 10 times on one charge (depending on the level listened at) so it would be a favourable portable option too.

There's also a mic built in so it would be good for talks calls too.

The Monster Movie star is available now in Neon Blue, Fluorescents Green/Black and Neon Grey/Black.

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