TIBO Plus 2.1 Speaker Review
It’s been well over a year since we last heard from
- 2x35W powered active speakers
- 1x Sub out for connecting to
externalsubwoofer for extra bass
- Bluetooth connectivity
- Multiple inputs: 1×3.5mm mini jack, 1xoptical and 1xRCA Line
Look & Feel
The speakers sit at 130w x 223h x 185d and has a wooden casing, with a matte black finish to them. There is a single 100mm woofer & 25mm tweeter within each speaker. Both speakers are covered by a metal mesh grille, which isnt removable. To the rear of the master speaker, is the amplifier and includes all the inputs/outputs. They include optical in, line in, RCA in, power in, sub out and a feed out to the passive speaker. There is also an on/off button, plus a volume knob. There is also a thin cut out at the bottom of each speaker, at the rear, as a bass port to let the air out.
In the box
Set up is very straight forward and depends on what input you’d like to utilise. For me, I went straight to the Bluetooth feature, as my iPhone is the main audio source I use and of course, it doesn’t include a headphone jack anymore. To connect to the speakers via B
As for performance, they sounded great! The sound was well mixed, with a surprising amount of bass, which I liked and I’m not too sure you’d need to add a subwoofer to the
The only negative I found was the remote control, it was a little laggy and unresponsive at times. I’d end up pressing the source button multiple times and end up missing the source I wanted. It’s not a deal breaker, just a little irritating.
Overall, a great pair of bookshelf speakers, with a surprisingly good audio performance for their size. Best suited for a bookshelf, funnily enough, or your desk or tv unit. The speakers are available now with an RRP £149.99, which is a fair price to me.
For more info and to purchase, visit the official Tibo web page.
Would we recommend this? We would but you'll have to live with that remote.