What Hi-Fi? (GB, December 2014)

"The Cambridge Audio Go continues the hi-fi company’s successful track record with wireless speakers by turning in a stellar performance at a very attractive price."
"At £120, it’s a class above the rest when it comes to portable Bluetooth speakers. Its predecessor – the Minx Go – made a huge splash last year, even grabbing a Product of the Year Award in the wireless speakers category."
"The new Cambridge Audio Go has plenty more to offer (more features, a smarter design), while also delivering a fun, detailed sound that makes it an even better proposition than before."

Pocket-Lint (GB, November 2015)

"It takes the already solid foundations of its predecessor, but is the better device by virtue of NFC one-touch connectivity and aptX Bluetooth. It may be a little more expensive than last year's model, but for those after a slice of the best of British, albeit on a budget, then the Go v2 portable Bluetooth speaker is an outstanding choice."

$179.99

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GO

Portable Bluetooth Speaker

Packed with music enriching technology, the GO streams music via Bluetooth for up to 18 hours! It also has Near Field Communication for lightning fast pairing and USB phone charging making it the ultimate wireless speaker whether you’re home or away.

FEATURES AT A GLANCE

Room filling sound
2 x titanium tweeters
2 x 2 inch woofers
AptX Bluetooth with Near Field Communication pairing
Unrivalled 18 hour battery life
Charges connected devices

Pair and Go

Go brings you closer to your music with instant pairing with any phone, tablet or computer and advanced audio components to deliver clear, deep surround sound.

Best wireless speaker up to £150

"Cambridge Audio does it again – this is a fantastic, hugely entertaining portable speaker." - What Hi-Fi!

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Small body, big sound

Go’s room-filling sound is sure to shock and impress, with balanced treatment of the whole spectrum of sound thanks to:

  • Our proprietary Digital Signal Processing technology which squeezes more detail out of digital music files
  • A highly efficient amp powering dual 2” drivers and two titanium tweeters for expert top and mid range performance
  • Its rear Auxiliary Bass Radiator, pumping out room filling bass

Connections

We’ve added Near Field Communication to the current Go, simply touch any NFC enabled device to the speaker for automatic pairing.

Almost every modern phone or tablet has Bluetooth compatibility, and can be paired with your Go in seconds, and for any other devices you can use the 3.5mm input for fast and easy playback.

Whether you’re streaming music, watching a film or playing a game, you’ll find a way to connect your device to the Go and hear your sound transformed! And each unit remembers up to 8 devices so you don’t have to mess about reconnecting each time.

Full of Power

From one charge the Go will play your music for 18 hours – long after the party’s wound down. And if your phone or tablet can’t keep up, connect it via the USB socket for on-the-Go charging.

Upgrade your sound

Leave behind the tiny, tinny sound of your digital devices – you’ll want to hear everything through the Go from now on. For the full audio experience the Go is AptX ready, allowing you to stream in full detail from AptX Bluetooth devices.

  • Drive units2 x 50mm (2") woofers
    2 x 19mm (0.75") titanium dome tweeters
    1 x rear-firing bass radiator
  • ConnectivityAptX Bluetooth with Near Field Communication touch pairing
    3.5mm aux
    USB charging port
  • BatteryRechargeable lithium-ion battery
    Up to 18 hours battery life from a single charge
  • Input voltage100V – 240V (50/60Hz)
  • Standby power consumption<0.5W
  • Auto Power DownAfter 30 minutes of inactivity
  • ColourSatin black, satin white, Red and Blue
  • Dimensions (WxHxD)237 x 123 x 60mm (9.3" x 4.8" x 2.4")
  • Weight1.1kg (2.4lb)
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What Hi-Fi? (GB, )

"Few wireless speakers offer such a great combination of build quality, portable design, long battery-life and enjoyable performance, especially at the £100 mark. With its bold and likeable performance, the Go is already on our must-have Bluetooth speakers list. And it should be on yours, too."

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What Hi-Fi? (GB, )

Winner of 'Best Bluetooth Speakers Under £200' - The Go delivers new features and a fresh finish, with the aptX Bluetooth codec, NFC connectivity and USB-charging all new additions. There's still a 3.5mm aux input and an impressive battery life of around 18 hours. Add dynamic, detailed and punchy sound into the package, and this Bluetooth speaker is a winner."

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Stuff Gadget Awards 2014 (GB, )

"This might not be the ideal time to be thinking about picnics in the park and BBQs on the beach, but if this isn’t still the best portable speaker in the world when the summer rolls around we’ll eat our straw boater. And that’s not to say it isn’t useful in the winter months - who doesn’t want a speaker that can travel from bedside table to kitchen counter or bathroom shelf on a whim?"

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British Airways - The Club (GB, )

"Cambridge Audio has been producing quality hi-fi components for more than 45 years. Its latest travel speaker, Go, comprises two sweet-sounding titanium tweeters, a pair of two-inch woofers and a beefy bass radiator that delivers plenty of bottom-end clout."

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Pocket Lint (GB, )

"If you want a slice of the best of British, [albeit on a budget,] then the Go v2 portable Bluetooth speaker is well worth a look."

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Android Magazine (GB, )

"...This gives the sound an extra weight that helps it fill the room, while the highs remain punch and crisp, detecting textures and nuances in voice."

Stuff (GB, )

"Battery or mains powered it takes tunes from a phone over Bluetooth and is more than capable of squeezing them into all corners of a decent-sized room, with NFC built-in for out-of-the-box pairing."

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AV Forums (GB, )

"he well designed speaker array means that the Go can create sensibly wide front soundstage, allowing it to fill quite a large room with sound despite its size."

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Military.com (US, )

“Bluetooth pairing is easy enough with an iPhone and dead-simple with the NFC pairing built into most new Android phones: just tap your phone on the logo and you’re connected. This is now the speaker I’ll recommend to friends who can afford to spend $200 on a wireless speaker."

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Vagabondish (US, )

“Music-lovers who choose to pack the GO on their next trip won’t be disappointed. The relatively small form factor pumps out serious, room-filling sound via two titanium tweeters and 2×2″ woofers.”

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OxGadgets (GB, )

"Cambridge Audio have paid a lot of attention to detail when it comes to sound. A good all round performance, with an immensely amazing battery life. Great sound for a speaker so small, with all the detail you need!"

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Troy Media (CA, )

"It’s a quality product with a great fit and finish, and the sound quality is very clear"

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Sound & Vision (US, )

"The Go is perfect for someone who wants better and louder sound than the average wireless portable, or who wants to amplify their music device and doesn't want to commit to their speaker staying put in one room."

Canada (CA,

"The highs and mids are crystal clear and there’s more than enough bass to offer a very balanced sound."

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BBC Music (GB, )

"The Go may be small, but the power that it's capable of producing is extraordinary. And more surprising, given it's compact size, is its ability to reproduce extreme high and low frequencies."

T3 (GB, )

"When you're armed with one of these portable Bluetooth speakers, there's no need for the party to stop just because the bands have finished playing for the night."