LUXA2 Groovy Duo


These days mobile accessories are all the rage with the growing influence of our mobile devices on our daily lives and as such the product that enable us to connect with our devices are what is hip and hot right now! The LUXA2 Groovy Duo fits into this by allowing users to enjoy their music and movies on their mobile devices with true stereo sound. But is the Groovy Duo worth the $96 investment, keep reading to find out


LUXA2 is a Thermaltake company that was built around and for our mobile lifestyles and the devices that allow this lifestyle. LUXA2 as a brand was created around the principles of combining innovation with luxury elements, in order to create mobile solutions that not only enable this lifestyle, but also accessorize our lifestyles.

LUXA2  (luxe x accessorize)^2
A formula that stands for the commitment of modern design, a stabilizer to link fashion and casual; a solution for trendy men and women. It’s a state of mind for accessorizing modern technology with everyday gentleman and lady’s essentials.

Packaging and Contents


The packaging for the Groovy Duo is very colorful with its product image centered in the middle with a frequency plot and black background.  Also in the top corner it claims to be a mini home theater, stereo surround speaker, portability, battery life and the dynamic pairing. Also on the front is a catch phrase “Music where you want it to be”, I must say it is a great catch phrase for the Groovy Duo.


The sides of the packaging tell you a little information about the product along with general specs and what is included with the Groovy Duo speakers.


On the rear of the box is a list of features in several different languages. The sides of the packaging also list the product description and list of contents with a picture of one Groovy Duo speakers on each of the box ends completing the Groovy Duo as a pair, which is symbolic of the product.


Once opening the box you find the pair of Groovy Duo speakers, a nifty little carrying bag for taking them with you on the go and a manual.   Also included in the box are two rather unusual cables, the first being a 2.5mm audio jack speaker cable that goes from 1 to 2 allowing you to plug into both speakers from your smart phone or tablet. Finally the last cable goes from 1 USB to two micro-USB ends that allows the user to rapid charge the internal 9 hour battery in 3 hours for both Groovy Duo speakers. Additionally there is a LUXA2 Software package for both android and IOS that can be downloaded to your devices.




LUXA2 Groovy Duo
Dimensions 65mm L x 65mm W x 80mm H
Bluetooth V2.1+EDR
A2DP (Audio Sink only), AVRCP (Remote Control only)
Wireless range 10meters/33ft (open area)
Capacity 900mAh / 3.7V Li-Polymer
Input 5V0.3A Micro USB and 2.5mm audio jack
Speaker wattage 3W+3W(RMS)
Playing time Up to 8~10 hours
Charging time 3hours (0-100%)
Compatibility – Compatible with all Bluetooth v2.1 or above.
– Devices using older Bluetooth versions may result in improper detection, pairing and playing.
– (WIN/MAC) Notebooks – recommended to use third-party Bluetooth software that utilises the full range of Bluetooth features, than that of the basic supplied on both Win/Mac OS for optimal sound quality and performance.
– Left / Right Channel Identification: (Wireless) During dual pairing mode, the selected Duo activated for Bluetooth pairing represents the left channel speaker. (Wired) Longer aux-in cable represents the right channel speaker.
LED indicator
Pairing : Blue & Red flashing
Bluetooth : Blue
Aux-in : RedDuo
Pairing : Blue & Green flashing
Bluetooth : Green
Aux-in : Red
Weight 273g (one),546g (two)


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