MIFA A10 Bluetooth Speaker Review
The MIFA A10 speaker has good sound quality that is normal for it’s price range of around $30-$40 dollars. It has two 5 watt drivers with clear mids and highs, but bass is a little lacking. This makes it ideal for podcasts and listening to audio books as the voice will not be overly “boomy.” It similar to the popular Anker SoundCore 1 speaker. You can hear a comparison of the two speakers in my video review below.
Despite the triangle design, sound only comes out of one side of the speaker, which is the side with the MIFA logo.
Bass is not very pronounced on this speaker. There’s some there, but it’s not as strong as you would get from a more expensive JBL or Sony speaker.
The MIFA A10 can be paired with a second speaker for enhanced stereo sound. The process is fairly easy:
- First, turn both speakers off. If you’ve already paired one (or both) of the speakers with your phone, turn the Bluetooth feature on your phone off. We don’t want the speakers to connect to anything when we turn them on.
- Turn on both speakers, then hold down the Play button on the speaker you want to be your “main” speaker (it doesn’t matter which one, but this will be the speaker that you pair to your phone). You’ll hear it beep, then beep again when it finds the other speaker. The light on the other speaker should stop blinking.
- Re-activate the Bluetooth feature on your phone. The “main” speaker may automatically re-pair to your phone. If not, pair it to your phone again manually.
Like most speaker, the MIFA A10 support an Aux input for non-Bluetooth devices. It also features a Micro SD card slot that allows you to play MP3 files directly from the card, up to 32GB. If you want to change the songs on the card, you don’t even need to remove it. While the speaker is turned off, can use a Micro USB cable to connect it to your computer. Then, hold down the power button for 2 seconds and the speaker will go into data mode and show up as an external drive.
The speaker is also water-resistant, so splashes are OK, but you can’t submerge it in water.
Bluetooth range is impressive and allowed me to carry the speaker into different rooms of my house up to 20-30 feet away. This was also true for the Wireless Stereo Sound feature. So for parties, you could set the two speakers on opposite ends of the room or maybe one inside and one outside on the deck to spread the sound throughout your home.
The battery can last up 16 hours.
Re-charging the speaker takes about 3 hours using a 1 amp charger such as an iPhone charger.
The MIFA A10 is a good sounding speaker, just don't expect a lot of bass. Music is clear and enjoyable, and it gets even better when you pair it with another A10 speaker for stereo sound.
- True Wireless Stereo Sound with 2 speakers
- Micro SD Card Playback
- Long battery life
- Not a lot of bass