A Bluetooth wireless home speaker system from Edifier with an optical and analog audio input.
Detailed Test Results
Sound quality: Edifier’s R2000DB had very good overall sound quality. Bass has good impact, decent detail and goes somewhat deep, but is very slightly soft. Midrange is somewhat even, but is a bit echoey and grainy. Treble is extended and fairly detailed but lacks a bit of treble air. Does a decent job of recovering room ambience, is fairly detailed but sounds slightly constricted and congested. No significant difference between Bluetooth, wired and optical sound quality, except that the bass is a bit prominent with optical input. Provides a decent volume level in a large-sized room. Because there are two separate speakers, they can be placed to provide better stereo separation than many other models.
Ease of use: We found the Edifier R2000DB ease of use to be very good overall. Bluetooth pairing was very easy, as it is always in pairing mode when not paired. Connecting the two speakers with the included wire is also very easy and requires no tools. There are controls on one of the speakers at the rear for power, volume, bass and treble, which are clearly labeled; the controls on the remote are well marked with clear indication for which source is selected except for some ambiguity on the unit for the selection made. Due to the inconvenient location of the controls, the remote is easier to access most controls, except for bass and treble.