Bluetooth speakers designed by Hi-Fi engineers

Imagine if you could get Thomas Heatherwick to design your garden shed, Heston Blumenthal to make you a sandwich or Dave Grohl to sing you Happy Birthday. The results would definitely exceed expectation.

Yoyo is a range of Bluetooth speakers designed with the craftsmanship, passion for sound and technological curiosity that only a Hi-Fi engineer can deliver.

Consider your Bluetooth speaker expectations exceeded.


(S) houses two full range drivers, a subwoofer and a passive bass radiator – this is what you can see round the back of the speaker and is how (S) delivers truly responsive, accurate bass to your audio


The touch-sensitive control panel also features gesture control. So you can swipe your hand across the panel from left to right for and right to left without pressing any buttons.


If a call comes in while you’re connected you can take the call from the speaker via the built-in microphone and experience great clarity and volume. And if the room happens to be full of people… well, they can join in too.



Two full-range drivers, subwoofer, and passive bass radiator

CONNECTIVITY: Bluetooth, NFC, 1 x 3.5mm Aux, 1 x USB device charging
FUNCTIONALITY: Gesture Control, Speakerphone
COLOURS: Dark Grey, Light Grey, Blue and Green
DIMENSIONS (WXHXD): 246 x 128 x 67mm (9.68” x 5.04”x 2.64”)
WEIGHT: 1.2kg


First tester out of the woolly Bluetooth blanket is Leonard Cohen. His grave You Want It Darker is a perfect starter for our dark grey Yoyo and the result is fine. And we mean fine as in ‘excellent’ not fine as in ‘adequate’.

The Yoyo (S) determinedly propels the bass line, staying musical and taut. Cohen’s voice sounds great, too – good detail helps expose the carved ridges of emotion in his baritone and this demonstrative delivery grabs, and holds, your attention.

The Yoyo’s top end is as sweet as its lower end is melodious. Sharp treble is too common in portable Bluetooth speakers, but Cambridge Audio’s tuning team keeps things sounding pleasant with even dynamically challenged MP3s.

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