Kanto YU3 Apt-X Bluetooth Speakers

Kanto YU3 Apt-X Bluetooth Speakers

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Based in Vancouver, Canada, Kanto makes highly regarded speakers that help audiophiles experience their music in greater detail. The YU3 is no exception, equipped with a 4-inch Kevlar driver and a 1-inch silk dome tweeter that, combined, pump out a balanced midrange, deep bass, and crisp highs Read More

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Flintma
0
Sep 8, 2017
Those anyone know how to turn off this AUTO STANDBY feature....
Madgto
3
Jul 31, 2017
My wife purchased me the kanto yu3 speakers which we loved until they just died we purchased them through massdropp what can we do kimibbear420@gmail.com
Madgto
3
Aug 16, 2017
Please create a support ticket.
Madgto
3
Sep 14, 2017
Thank you it started again, thank you
FaceMcBashy
140
Feb 21, 2017
How much was this when it dropped? Did a lot of users find the auto standby feature a great annoyance?
enroh
1
Mar 11, 2017
i find it very annoying as it turns off only when streaming media on a website. i have reached out to Kanto to take these back and get me a set without or I will return them and get some yamaha or edifier studio speakers
Varholiaglimp
941
Oct 5, 2016
Did anyone who bought these bluetooth Kantos buy the Simple Audio Listen speakers originally? If so, I'm curious how the Kantos compare (favorably to the SALs, I hope).
ArthurM
2682
Oct 3, 2016
All of the orders have been shipped and are now on the way to you! Once tracking is available, you will receive a confirmation email with tracking information. Please allow 24-48 hours for this information to update in the courier’s system.
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Dave76
4
Oct 5, 2016
Just got mine! Great! :)
ArthurM
2682
Sep 27, 2016
Thanks again for joining this drop! We have submitted the group's order with the vendor for the Kanto YU3 Apt-X Bluetooth Speakers and they are working hard to prepare it for shipment.
As soon as the group's order is ready at the vendor's location, they will ship the individual orders directly to you. The current estimated ship date is 10/12.
We will keep the group updated throughout the fulfillment process. You can expect an update from us by the end of the day Pacific Time on 10/3.
If you have any questions, please visit our Help Center (http://massdrop.com/helpcenter).
Final10
5
Sep 21, 2016
Is there a europe version available? I want to purchase this, but the wall plug looks like a problem.
@Final10 The YU3's have a switching power supply that can accept 110V-240V at 50Hz or 60Hz, as long as you buy the correct figure-8 power cable you'll be good to go.
Chester5040
0
Sep 20, 2016
Sooo. These are more expensive M-Audio's?
Our speakers have Bluetooth, optical inputs, sub-out, USB charging and a remote so they're a bit more feature rich.
Funazushi
0
Sep 18, 2016
Do the speakers ship from Canada? I don't want to pay duty if they are shipped from the US.
If you're in Canada we'll be shipping the speakers directly to you so you can avoid duty.
dr150
50
Sep 18, 2016
These are great speakers. Own a pair myself. Great for a bedroom. The AptX technology bluetooth is more marketing than anything (not Kanto's fault). AptX has to be on BOTH sides, so even if Kanto has it, your computer or other device has to have it too (PC though is an easy fix since AptX dongles can be purchased for USB port). AptX is a great technology, in theory ,to bring the audio to a higher level than usual for bluetooth, but AptX to this day isn't still really highly adopted --even by "enthusiast" products (though I believe newer top shelf Android devices are starting to carry it). So just be aware of this. This aside, the speakers ROCK and you'd be hard pressed to find a great sounding speaker with so many connectivity options. I use mine connected via optical cable straight into the Apple router's optical port for iPad Airplay (this gives higher sound quality for streaming than bluetooth). I also use the basic bluetooth to connect to my LG G3 phone as well and it sounds just fine. Also remember that basic bluetooth has some lag (that AptX doesn't), so if you're streaming Netflix you'll see lips mismatch to the audio coming out. Always try to plug a wire straight in or go the Apple Router way for top wireless sound and no lag. The tiny router costs about $100 (it's all I use it for in slave/repeater mode).
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