ACWorldwide is back with this time Darth Vader Bluetooth speaker (RRP £149.99 ACWorldwide/Amazon.co.uk), last year I review the Storm Trooper speaker, so there will be a Master Chief very soon.
Darth Vader Bluetooth Speaker from ACWorldwide
Now onto Darth Vader himself, sound from Darth Vader is delivered through a 2.1-channel design with two, 3W drivers behind the eyes and a downward-facing ported subwoofer on the bottom.
NFC pairing on the speaker
They also come with NFC (Near Field Communication) for instant pairing with compatible devices and double up as a hands-free speaker for taking phone calls.

To add a bit of fun and authenticity to the speakers, when a Bluetooth device is paired the characters will do the Darth Vader heavy breathing from the Star Wars movies.

The speaker comes in a fully branded collectors box. With each speaker comes supplied with a carry case, cleaning cloth, auxiliary cable and power adaptor (with a USB slot on the back of the speaker you can plugin a USB to charger your phone if you need to).

No matter what style of music I’d played through the speaker, the clarity was crystal clear and the sound remarkably warm to listen to, it’s a breath of fresh air.
The two big areas that really impressed me were the speaker was the Bluetooth range and the diffusion of sound from it. Bluetooth I had no problem walking round pretty much the entire house while paired and the connection didn’t cut out. During one session with the speaker, which was located in a middle room in the house, I walked to the end of my lengthy garden with my phone in my pocket and the music still carried on.

Specifications

  • Output Speakers: 3W x 2 – 32mm 4ᘯ
  • Output Ported Subwoofer: 15W – 102mm 2.3ᘯ
  • Frequency Response: 20HZ -20KHZ
  • DC input: 9v, 2.5h
  • Battery: 8.4V,2200mAh
  • Battery time:  4-5 hours
  • Battery Charge Time: 2-3 hours
  • Bluetooth Version: CSR 4.0
  • Hands Free phone answer.
  • USB charger
  • AUX
  • NFC
  • Bass +/-
  • Mains multi plug adapter
What’s in the box

1 x Mains adapter

  • Dust Bag
  • User guide
  • AUX cable
  • Cotton gloves
  • Cleaning cloth
Nice little extra feature on the speaker is an aux input so you can connect wired devices if you wish and the ability to receive calls through it. You can also pair up to two Star Wars speakers with one device so you can get one of each design and give yourself a fantastic audio setup
Overall
If you are a Star Wars fan or just looking for a Bluetooth speaker with a little difference then look no further than the Star Wars speakers from AC Worldwide for £149.99 you be Darth not to, it’s a piece of art.
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A True Tech Geek at Heart, I Started my life of being a Tech Geek at the age of 5 with the BBC Micro. Went on through most of Nintendo stuff and now a Xbox 360 Fan. I also leaked the information about the leaked Hotmail passwords story from October 2009 that went World Wide. I Started writing tech articles at the beginning of 2011, most of my articles are about Windows Phone 8/Windows 10 mobile , Xbox 360/Xbox One and other gaming news. When Chris has free time its with the family.