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Devialet Phantom Reactor 600 - Compact Wireless Speaker - 600 Watts - 95 dB - Iconic White
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- High fidelity sound: from 18Hz to 21kHz, feel every note with phenomenal purity & Precision. Zero distortion, zero saturation & Zero background: nothing but audiophile-grade playback, even up to 600W.
- Connect all your devices, seamlessly: airplay, Spotify connect, Bluetooth, UPnP, optical/analog input. The choice is yours.
- Enjoy high-res streaming: up to 24 bits/192kHz
- Easy control: phantom reactor can be controlled via its capacitive touch sensors or via the Deviled app, a smart and intuitive companion that puts you in charge of your listening experience
- Sounds XXL, looks XXS: unreasonably compact for a system This powerful, phantom reactor fits in almost anywhere. Made for addictive listening experiences, this is the new easy-to-carry phantom.
- Stereo pairing now available!
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Color: White (Iconic White) | size: 600W | style: speaker Phantom reactor is the only ultra-compact home sound system capable of delivering high fidelity and physical impact, Whatever volume you listen at. Insanely powerful. Defiantly small. Included components: speaker; power cord; quick start guide
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Definitely let it break in at least with 10 hours of music before you seriously audition as it was pretty flat upon initial startup, but as we listened you could hear the bass calm down, treble less brittle and open up.
So cool looking and definitely a conversation starter.
Purchased as a mobile unit to use in my home gym, at bbq area in yard and more so weight was a consideration in not going for the larger units.
On the negative side.
Can’t connect 2 Bluetooth devices at same time
When you lose connectivity with Bluetooth, you have to manually reconnect each time
Hopefully some of the negative issues will be addressed with firmware updates in future. Considering it was just released hopeful on that front.
Update Jan. 6
Does not stay connected to WiFi or Bluetooth. If I use device and don’t use for a few hours, app does not find device again and need to either unplug or start fresh as new device every day.
Update Jan. 8
Ended up sending it back. Literally had to unplug or set up as new every morning. This morning I went through the whole process from bed and was listening to Lady Gaga a foot from reactor with Bluetooth and WiFi enabled and it completely stopped working. Should point out that I have a Tri-Band router with 1000Mbps speed in the house and using an Apple XSMax so no excuse for these issues.
Purchased a Martin logan Crescendo X and when played next to Reactor sounded defective. Made me really appreciate the sound of this little guy. I would ask the gentleman who says there are other devices out there better at this price point or lower to let me know what they are? I have tried the Naim MUSO, Martin Logan, Audio Engine and more and nothing comes close. More important for me was I bought this to move from bedroom nightstand to outdoor patio and the form factor is second to none. So easy to move around.
So things brings me to second part of this. I reached out to Devialet in France and the have been incredible to deal with. While time zone differences some times make for a day delay between emails, they have been all over this. They have escalated all the way to top brass and engineering, had multiple calls with me but have not been able to duplicate the problem there.
Guess is I might just have a bad unit. There incredible support as well as sound and form will absolutely prompt me to get another.
I have raised the stars back to 4 because of this but will update as things progress.
Manufacturer was incredible to deal with. They were horrified about my issue and sent me another unit straight from France under loan to make sure they sorted out the connectivity issues. New unit worked flawlessly. I will say Amazon’s packaging was very sub par compared to what I got from Devialet themselves. Amazon put the main box inside another box twice the size it should have been with a couple pieces of paper allowing unit to flop around during shipping. Unit from Devialet was double boxed with inner box encased with soft styrofoam. Bullet proof.
My recommendation at this point is to buy straight from Devialet.
The speakers have a worse bluetooth range than my $20 set of speakers. They are supposedly 900W but get only slightly louder than my 30W speakers. This has subwoofers but it's not as insane as other people say; you can "hear" the bass but not really feel it other than maybe if you put your hand right next to it. There are actually reviewers out there that say it's as soon as a subwoofer in a car and it's like 1% of that. It's small but so what if it's not wireless and doesn't actually sound better than a single larger $200-600 speaker?
The app is garbage and you need it to use any kind of WiFi features (and you guessed it, for WiFi to work it has to be SUPER close.) It's just crazy how bad.
Even worse the mids on this model are trash. It's just a very little amount of bass on certain songs and insanely high treble. Surely you can adjust it on the app... nope.
All of this is extra bad when you remember the price. Maybe it's defective and I'll just have to return it?
It is worth mentioning that it is rather important to consider where you place it and where you plan to sit/stand while listening to it as this appears to make a difference in terms of bass response, especially at low to moderate volume.
January 2020 update:
I’ve owned a pair of Devialet Phantom Gold speakers for almost a year. First things first, these are by no means wireless as Bluetooth constantly disconnects. WiFi is not much better. Several times the pair crashed every 15 minutes or so. October’s update to Devialet OS 2 was a nightmare as it made speakers out of sync. It took a month to get it back through yet another update. Both speakers began to output a considerable amount of noise through twitters. This is when things went from bad to nightmarishly ridiculous. The imbeciles at Devialet asked me for numerous videos and bug reports. I obliged. Then things went completely dead quiet on their end. Before things turned for the worse, Ruben Garcia got involved and essentially told the dealer where I bought the speakers to stay out of it and let Devialet handle the situation. Their idea of handling things boils down to ignoring you and doing nothing. Fortunately, the dealer got involved after two months of this idiotic do-nothing and made sure they did not ignore this problem. A threat of litigation on my part for breach of warranty finally spurred them into offering either a swap or a partial refund. I ended up taking the swap and traded it in for something a lot more reliable.
I would not recommend these speakers to anyone until Devialet makes considerable improvements in reliability and customer support. If you get the misfortune of dealing with Ruben Garcia (if he is not fired by now) insist on someone else to handle your issues. This idler will sweep your problems under the rug and make nothing but excuses.
When a 300 dollar Bose soundlink revolve speaker is a lot more reliable than a 3000 dollar Phantom, there is something seriously wrong. Spend more on R&D rather than media/marketing hype.
Sometimes have connection issues but can resolve quickly. Doesn’t bother me because the sound is like nothing you’ve heard before.
Was a little anxious about spending this much especially already owning 2 but extremely satisfied with my decision and I’m sure you will too.
They look like a piece of art.
I've never owned a Devialet Phantom speaker. They are very pricey, and now that I own one I understand why. Wow, just wow! I did some research before buying it, and one thing I realized right away is people either really love, or really hate this speaker. So even though I was hesitant to get it, I really had to find out for myself. I'm REALLY glad I did. I am blown away at the sound quality of this speaker. I listen to all kinds of much and everything I throw at it sound truly amazing!
For me there is no issues with the bass and muddiness, nor is there an issue with the Mids. These are two complaints I read so much about. Now to be clear, I am not using bluetooth with this speaker, nor would I pay this much for a speaker just to use it as a bluetooth speaker. Everything is clear and powerful (using Deezer HiFi), all in a good way. I also do not have any issues with Wifi cutting out. It all works flawlessly.
I am so happy with this speaker, I will get a second one for stereo paring. This speaker is so good, I just don't want to listen to any other speakers I have (KEF LS50 &Definitive Tech D9). Time to sell them so I can get a second one for stereo paring.
No regrets here! I'm in LOVE!
A little background first. My main audio system included a pair of B&W 805 D3 speakers, a pair of REL T/9i subs, powered with PS Audio BHK components (BHK 250 amp, BHK Preamp, DirectStream PowerPlant 10, DirectStream Jr. DAC), and WireWorld cabling. I know what awesome sounds like. Unfortunately I needed to get rid of this system. Family grew and house shrunk.
I now needed a "bluetooth" speaker that would sound as good as my big rig. I knew, from past experience, that this was an impossible quest. I've owned bluetooth speakers such as B&W A7, B&O Beolit 15, KEF LS50, Vifa Stockholm, Naim Muso, to name a few.
All sounded fine, but none matched the feeling I got when listening to my big rig. I won't even try to describe the differences or qualities of each. When a sound system sounds right to you, you know it in your ears, mind, heart, and gut.
I almost didn't try theses Devialet Reactors because they were too weird looking to take seriously. And also the few reviews and comments I found were not convincing enough.
The only way you are going to know if a speaker (or sound system) sounds right to you is at home, with a proper setup, in your listening position. Let your senses decide, not reviews or comments. I'm glad I did because these Reactors give me the same musical satisfaction than my big rig used to, but in an impossibly tiny package (which is what I needed in order to meet my home/family new constraints). I almost didn't try these speakers because Devialet's marketing sounded too gimmicky for my taste. Try these, and if they don't satisfy your audiophile needs, return them.
By the way, I originally ordered a pair of Reactor 600 but ended up returning and buying the 900s. They sounded the same but I wanted the extra wattage in case I ever need to get scary loud. They are expensive but you get what you pay for.
Maddening. No matter what network connection type was tried, I got nothing but "unexpected error occurred"
After spending two hours trying to connect either speaker to my network via both WiFi AND Ethernet, I was unsuccessful. Devialet's website and videos of utterly no help whatsoever. Now, I've burned through a Sunday afternoon trying to get this garbage online. The app at first knew I had two speakers but, then totally lost one and it was never able recognize it again - even after multiple resets of it. I also noticed a strange odor emitting from one of the speakers so I am not sure if I got a bad one or what - the one thing I am certain of, is I am not paying $1400 for a single bluetooth speaker - Devialet can have these puppies back and post haste. I'll stick with what I have and forget this little road-trip off the main road ever happened.
Is the hype around the sound true - yes. These play as smooth as a $15,000 pair of Totems. They are missing a little warmth but, by George, the timbre and resolution is spot on. They are also very revealing like expensive speakers - even when using just one over a bluetooth connection.
With all the connection heartache though, I cannot recommend these to anyone unless they want a non-portable single bluetooth speaker.
UPDATE - That weird odor was the reactor melting down. Shortly, after smelling that the led was flashing yellow indicating it had a thermal overload.
This was not an impressive experience out of the box.
it's not really the very best sound you can have, might not be even give you the best sound for the money. but the whole package, right from the unboxing experience (the elastic cloth over the foam that bounced back flat after i pull out the reactor really amazed me!), effortless setup and pairing, to the powerful and dynamic sound, made me feel it's actually worth the high price it's demanding for this small speaker. and for my small apartment, i don't have the option to buy big floorstanding speaker or using a proper stand for bookshelf. this little baby may not compete well with the lovely ATC or PMC speakers I love so much. but this reactor 900 stereo gave you a whole system for the price of just a decent pair of standmounted speakers! adding the cost for preamp, amp, cabling and the stand, the price could easily double to triple! i recommend the devialet to all those primarily listen to streaming music like me and don't want the trouble (or fun) to play with mix & match of equipment and cable. if space allows, the bigger devialet sounds quite a bit better to me. i gave up the big devialet for the size and also for the advantage no need to use the dialogue for stereo pairing. but now after the recent firmware update, even the devialet classic could be paired in stereo without a dialogue.
But sound quality is really poor. Especially in the mid/trebles. Not detailed and clean like the price of these would require.
So you are basically paying for the unique look, and an marketing concept. But not for sound quality.