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Ministry of Sound Audio S Plus review

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Better known for clubbing and questionable compilation CDs, Ministry of Sound hopes to distil its firecracker brand into a small, portable speaker. It proudly proclaims that the Audio S Plus is 'designed by the engineers responsible for its nightclubs sound system', a fact that will likely deter as many customers as it attracts. And unlike the clubs' booming sound systems, this wireless speaker will also have to handle classical and jazz to perform well with us.
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