Flight has been made possible over the last century. We have gone from flying only a few feet from the ground, to going supersonic in the stratosphere, to swooping into interstellar space. Flight is a discovery for the new generation. But how do you fly when you’re simply in your living room?
The F&D T360X gives such a beautiful sound that makes you feel like floating.
It’s one of the newest creations of India-based sound technology company F&D. With a satellite speaker line at 97cm and a subwoofer that has a width of 27cm, it’s a living room appliance, sure, but with such a manageable size, you may still manage to use it for your PC and fly in the comfort of your computer chair.
The F&D T360X is integrated with a 2.1 sound quality and Bluetooth® interface. When we tested it, it managed to beat its documented “best range” of 10m. The T360X goes above and beyond expectation.
One amazing feature of the T360X is how the subwoofer and the satellite speaker are not connected with a cable nor with a wire. Rather, it uses its own “hidden” signal. With a push of a button at the back of the subwoofer, the big speaker will connect with the small one automatically. All input goes to the satellite speaker, so one may go to one end of the room with it, and leave the subwoofer on the other. Of course, that would be horrendous, but hey, even flying was thought as farfetched back in the day.
We tested songs that are as melodic as Ecruteak City and others that are as hard-hitting as those by In This Moment’s heavy metal songs. At maximum bass, the T360X delivered astoundingly. At minimum, it showed better treble. It’s a loyal flier.
The T360X has the AUX and USB 2.0 plugs. Included too are a male-to-female USB adapter for extending the range of the interface and a remote control.
Verdict: 5 Stars
We give this a total of 5 stars for its amazing bass performance, with well-roundedness in input, and innovation in its wireless subwoofer.