Riva Turbo X Bluetooth Speaker Review Specs

2.4 in bass radiator (4); 2.4 in full-range driver (3)
Inputs: Bluetooth (SBC, AAC, aptX), 3.5 mm analog (1)
Dimensions (WxHxD, Inches): 3.5 x 4.1 x 9.1
Weight (Pounds): 3

Company Info
Riva Audio

Riva Audio

jalan's picture

In your screen capture of the Riva app you provided it displays a toggle switch to ADD a Turbo Speaker then the option to Stereo or Repeater. So can this device stereo pair or operate multiples from a single source like the UE MegaBoom using Bluetooth?

RIVA's picture

Hi Jalan, The RIVA Ground Control app image is out of date. This option may be available in the future. Currently, RIVA Turbo X does not pair with another Turbo X to create a stereo pair. Thank you.

jh20001's picture

I used to have a Jam party or something but it eventually stopped working because I left it out in the sun for too long (oops ^^). I almost got one of those beats ones, but someone advised against it (just a trendy name). I fell upon a few reads about the Riva, but I never heard of Riva before (from anywhere). POC likes them http://pocinc.net/blog/technology-news/rivas-turbo-x-a-multidimensional-... , although CNET I remember (can’t find link) said it wasn’t “perfect”, but still came in high in their approval. The guy at BB bragged about it when I spoke to him, but they didn’t have any which I thought was a “of course…why wouldn’t you have what I’m looking for” moment (felt like I was at Wally World). So I bought one online instead. Way more expensive than my little Jam speaker, but I feel like I bought a portable speaker bar thing instead. It’s much bigger than my Jam but still perfect to carry around and it sounds really really good.