By putting the Librate Zipp to the test, we tested the speaker design, sound quality and cnectivity. Perhaps more interesting, however, is how Zipp compares to Apple's HomePod, an AirPlay-enabled device (and so to be AirPlay 2) with Siri integrati.
Now let's go and dig.
Check out our thorough video analysis to see the speaker closely, as well as to hear a detailed sound test.
Quality Design and Manufacturing
From the door, the Zipp draws compariss with the HomePod. Like Apple, Librate has paid attenti to every detail. Take the power cord for example. Instead of using a boring black cable that might spoil the overall experience, Librate chose to design its own nyl variant. It uses a barrel cnector, which can be cvenient as it can rotate in any directi. It also has a replaceable end, e that can be swapped for different internatial outlets.
Zipp is immediately recognizable with its brightly colored blanket and crims zipper with logo. It has a solid weight, which is mainly the sum of the variety of speakers and the powerful internal battery.
Covering most of the top is a replaceable fabric. It has several purposes: protect the top of the speaker from debris, customize the colors according to your mood or your persality, change if the original is damaged or stained. The zipper is also where the Zipp gets its name
Additial blankets are available at Librate for $ 29, which seems to be quite a reasable price.
the speaker is a simple bright touch screen used for system ctrol, similar to the HomePod, but with more optis. More that in a little bit. The speaker rests a silice base that prevents it from slipping. By the way, …