Teufel One S
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- A compact speaker for all your streaming needs via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth
- Produces an amazingly powerful sound from particularly compact dimensions
- Combine wirelessly with other One S speakers to make a compact stereo pair with room-filling sound
- With Raumfeld technology for Wi-Fi and multi-room streaming from services like Spotify, internet radio and music stored on a local network, easily controlled via the Teufel Raumfeld app
- With Bluetooth for direct audio streaming from Apple Music, Amazon Music, Spotify and many other services
- On-device controls for Play/Pause, Skip and volume control plus preset buttons for instant access to radio stations and playlists
- Sleep timer, energy-saving function and additional line-in for connecting to CD- or record-players, two One S can be connected as a stereo pair
- Available in black or white
Overview of our technologies
You can listen to music in true CD quality without interruption from calls or messages via the Teufel Raumfeld app. You can stream music from your CD- or record player and listen to it throughout the whole house with another speaker. You can even play music from a smartphone, USB stick or hard drive via the app.
Try the Teufel Raumfeld app
Use Bluetooth to stream any audio, such as YouTube videos, Apple Music or Amazon Music, from your smartphone, tablet, computer or TV directly to your speakers. Our speakers ensure a particularly stable Bluetooth transmission with a long range of up to 15m.
You can stream Spotify via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, and also use Spotify Connect independently to benefit from the features of the Spotify app. You can quickly change the audio output from your smartphone to the speakers without pausing.
No more hassle. The Teufel One S gives you more than enough options to leave your phone in your pocket and keep your focus on what matters, the music.
- Line In
Connect to CD players or other devices and stream in other rooms with another speaker via the app.
Click to connect the speaker to your smartphone or tablet.
You can set up the whole system with one button and your app
The reset button restores your system to factory defaults.
Here you can connect a USB stick or hard drive and play the music stored on it via the app.
If you are using more than three devices in the multi-room setting, you should name one device as a host and operate it via LAN cable.
Start the app and the speaker goes on. If no music is played for some time, the speaker will turn off automatically. And the sleeptimer function allows you or your little ones to be gently lulled to sleep.
Connect a USB stick or hard drive to your Teufel Streaming speaker and play your own music library using the Teufel Raumfeld app. Supported audio formats: MP3, WAV, Flac, Ogg Vorbis, ASF, WMA, M4A with AAC or Apple Lossless. Up to 24 bit/96 kHz. Find more information in the streaming manual.
Teufel Streaming systems and speaker with bluetooth can be optionally expanded with a device from the Amazon Echo series to allow you to select and enjoy music even more conveniently via Alexa voice control. You can find out more about how this extension works and what you can do with it on the Teufel blog.Learn more
Lost your remote control somewhere in the sofa again? No worries! Control your sound system with voice commands when you connect a Google Home device via Bluetooth.
|Maximum sound pressure level||102 dB/1m|
|Diameter of the stand screw threads||6.00 mm|
|Wall mounting brackets||Yes|
|Screw hole diameter||6.00 mm|
|Stereo jack 3.5mm - in||1|
|Maximum number of items||200.000|
|Power output capacity impulse (peak) Satellite||5 W|
|Power output capacity impulse (peak) Bass||35 W|
|Power supply voltage||External network volts|
|Standby-Power consumption||2 watt|
|Maximum power consumption||48 watt|
[...] The speakers are the front and sides of the unit. At the rear near the base are seven buttons and inputs in a line. The top has a line of nine not that easy to read buttons the pale grey markings are on a black background and only really clear in a good light.
[...] It uses the same Raumfeld/Teufel App as the One M and has all the same features which I described in that item. If using a USB stick or listening to an Internet radio station your mobile is not required once things are set, the phone can go out of range or be switched off and the music continues, however you would lose knowing what is currently playing as your phone would be the method of displaying the song title etc.
[...] For a smaller sibling the One S still has a good sound and volume level and as it is quite a lot cheaper could be a very good buy.
See more at gadgetspeak.com
"The Teufel One S is a very compact Wi-Fi speaker that can be hung on the wall without any problems thanks to its fairly flat design. The buttons on the speaker not only controls the volume as usual, there are also three pre-set buttons for saving favourite Internet radio stations, playlists or albums. Most importantly, the small speaker doesn't have deep bass, as expected, but it does everything else really well. Hardly any other competitor sounds so balanced in this size."
"In addition to Internet radio and your own music from your smartphone or other sources on your home network, the Teufel app offers access to streaming services such as Tidal, Wimp and others. Spotify can also be played via the Teufel speakers, as usual via the Spotify Connect function. The music is then not selected in the Teufel app, but in the Spotify app. The Teufel One S can then be selected as a loudspeaker. The little devil also masters Bluetooth, but the Wi-Fi connection sounds better."
(Translated from German)
See full review at computerbild.de
"It's incredible how Teufel managed to pack so much sound into such a compact speaker as the One S. Have you ever heard Google Home or Amazon Echo? If yes, imagine that sound a couple of notches better, with a deeper bass, clearer high tones and more detailed mids. Of course, the One S can't get a 60m² living room to quake, but it's more than powerful enough for a smaller apartment or kitchen!"
“The software and the Raumfeld eco-system are also good. Whether you want to play your favourite radio station, music via Spotify, from a USB stick, a local NAS or even from your smartphone, it’s not a problem for the One S because it offers a wide range of control options.”
“Integrated Bluetooth is a new feature and provides even more options. You can use the One S as a high-quality Bluetooth speaker.”
“The whole thing sounds extremely positive, but are there any criticisms? Only very few, since the Teufel One S is really an excellent and well-rounded product, and absolutely worth recommending.”
“[…] The Teufel One S offers a better sound than all the smart home speakers I've heard so far! The One S is rather something for the modern purist who is looking for a good sound and modern control options, but does not need or want a speech assistant or similar feature. If you're really into music, the One S, at around €250, can be recommended without hesitation!” (Translated from German)
See full review at techtest.org
“The technology inside is made up of a Class-D amplifier with two channels and a power output of 5 Watts for the satellites and 35 Watts for the subwoofer. For control, multi-room operation and playback of streaming media, the One S connects to the home router via Wi-Fi [...]”
“As usual with multi-room systems, the user can play the same or different music on all networked speakers in the house. It is also possible to couple two One S as a stereo pair. The system is controlled by an app available for Android and iOS. For rudimentary operation, however, the speaker itself also has buttons for play/pause, adjusting the volume and three direct selection buttons to access selected radio stations, playlists or other music at the touch of a button.”
“As with most multi-room systems, the operating app is also used for initial setup, which can be completed quickly thanks to the appropriate wizard. The app itself is clearly laid out and provides quick and convenient access to the available streaming services and all audio files added via USB, NAS, smartphone or music server.”
“In the test, the One S connected to the router reliably and played without disconnection. Playback of music via USB memory stick, AUX input, streaming services, and smartphone all worked fine.”
“As with the first One S, the new version also offers full sound from a small device. Not only does the speaker sound well balanced, detailed and clear with a rich bass section and crisp, but it also doesn't sound too high and can be fine-tuned with a 3-band EQ - if desired, the cabinet can also play at high volumes without the sound being weakened.”
“Like its predecessor, the new One S is a very good-sounding Wi-Fi speaker. Thanks to the USB port, AUX input, available streaming services and the ability to integrate network storage and media servers, the user can choose from a wide variety of sources.”
Translated from German
See full review at techstage.de
"The app and the multi-room concept are sophisticated and impressive." (Translated from German)
See full review at connect.de/audio
"[…] for those who love spectacular effects and a really deep bass, the Teufel One S is very well served in this class. […] It can be used not only in a network with Wi-Fi or LAN, but also with Bluetooth or AUX.”
"Otherwise the software, and therefore the operation, takes a big step forward. Starting with the delayed reaction, which in earlier times also disturbed me when controlling the volume of the Raumfeld system, up to the operating concept and the installation [...], Teufel is now very close to Sono's top dog.”
(Translated from German)
See full review at lowbeats.de
"The Teufel One S surprises [...] with a balanced, airy sound, which rests on a powerful but not exaggerated bass foundation.”
NB: Quotes refer to a "two-page test" of Teufel One S and Teufel One M from Audio Test. See full test report in Digital Tested.
See full review at av.de
"If you have two One S speakers, you can also connect them to as a stereo system via the app. However, the most interesting feature of several devices is certainly the multi-room function thanks to Raumfeld technology. This works via Wi-Fi as well as externally connected USB sticks/hard disks or AUX sources."
"[…] the sound is very good for me. Especially when you think of the limited volume of the One S. Teufel once again manages to excite me with the very differentiated sound and high sound details. Even at maximum volume, levels are stable and there is very little distortion in the bass.”
"With the third generation of the One S, Teufel has once again hit the mark. [...] Both in sound and connectivity."
(Translated from German)
See full review at aptgetupdate.de
(Translated from German)
See full review at androidmag.de
"And that brings us to the surprising side of the One S: it sounds more balanced and natural than almost any other speaker of this size, much more transparent and less dependent on the listening position than a Sonos One S, for example. The highs are clear and unobtrusive, the mid-tones are unadulterated and clean."
(Translated from German)
See full review at welt.de
"The Teufel One S already sounds very good in the factory, but can be adjusted in the equaliser according to your own preferences if necessary. Teufel states on the website that the mid-range driver should provide warm, natural mid-range. I can absolutely confirm that. The mids sound very good, and vocals are reproduced very clearly. The same applies to the treble, the tweeter delivers very good work and convinces with its detailed reproduction."
"Soundwise, the compact Teufel One S [...] is impressive."
(Translated from German)
See full review at testr.at
"In stark contrast to the compact dimensions, the built-in Class-D amplifier has a powerful 40-Watt output power. A maximum of 102 dB of sound pressure is released and the housing is closed. Thanks to passive diaphragm technology, more power is achieved in the bass range. The 1.3 kg One S comes with an external power supply."
"The Teufel One S is completely convincing acoustically. Clear, powerful and with amazing volume, we quickly appreciate the small active loudspeaker from Berlin. Its excellent workmanship also contributes to the 'feel-good factor'. It looks nice and is easy to store, as its compact dimensions mean it is in the right place even when space is at a premium. It is also very good that two One S can be coupled to form a stereo speaker pair. It's also a good thing that Teufel, unlike with previous generations, has now integrated Bluetooth."
(Translated from German)
See full review at areadvd.de
"Technically speaking, with the One S you get everything that is up-to-date today - integrated Wi-Fi, LAN, AUX-IN, USB and Bluetooth should leave nothing to be desired. Multi-room control is also standard, as is coupling to a stereo speaker pair. It supports all common streaming services like Spotifiy, TuneIn, SoundCloud, Last.fm etc. and of course everything else you can run via DLNA/SMB in your network."
"The One S is available[...] and I would definitely recommend it."
(Translated from German)
See full review at androidkosmos.de
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A Loss of WLAN Signal
The constant loss of a device's Wlan signal even at high signal strength is due to interferences with other wireless networks. By changing the Wlan channel, you eliminate this interference and can fix this issue. Should your system contain a Raumfeld Base simply try out different channels as described in the online manual (Modifying of the Channel Setting (Raumfeld Base)) and see if the signal strength becomes steady. Access points from other manufacturers usually offer an according configuration option in their administration interface.
Alternatively you may contact our service team, which is happy to assist you with the detection of the best channel available.
B Constant Low Signal Strength
If the signal strength of individual wireless devices is constantly beneath 50%, steps should be taken to upgrade the Wlan reception of the device and therewith the music playback reliability. In most cases it is sufficient to reduce the distance or the number of obstacles between your Raumfeld Base and your playback device. Simply check out if the reception increases when positioning the devices at different places.
In general, the less walls and ceilings between the devices, the better the reception is. Thick walls made from concrete or clay brick will especially abate the signal. Often a relocation of a few centimeters is enough to bypass any problems.
Mind the following advice that accounts for both, systems with Raumfeld Base or systems that are run with an access point from another manufacturer:
- Position the Raumfeld Base or the third party access point you utilise rather high up, on a cupboard for example. Make sure there's some space towards the wall. Do not position the device on the floor or in a corner.
- If you make use of a wireless phone there may be interferences with the wlan signal. Therefore, do not position the Base or the third party access point you utilise right next to the phone's base station.
- Set up the devices in a way that ensures there are a minimum amount of obstacles inbetween your access point and the playback device. Avoid setting up the Raumfeld devices in alcoves or behind prominent corners.
- Make sure there are no large-scale metal bodies between the access point and playback devices (e.g. radiators or fridges)
- Large plants may also block the signal due to their moisture content and should not be between the access point and playback devices.
There are many different methods of accomplishing this, assuming that the same album name, or Album Tag, is assigned to all tracks.
- Assign the name of the compilation's producer to the tag Album Artist. Use "Various Artists" if the producer's name is unknown.
- If you use iTunes, you may select for every song that they are Part of a Compilation under Get Info > Info.
- As long as the album is stored locally on the Raumfeld Base, a network drive or USB storage, it is sufficient to simply save the music files in the same folder. Make sure, however, that only music files pertaining to the compilation are stored within this folder.
- iTunes (Windows, Mac OS; only supports MP3, AAC, M4A, Apple Lossless)
- Windows Media Player (Windows; only supports MP3, WMA)
- Winamp (Windows; supports the same formats as Raumfeld except for WMA, WAV)
- Start up all devices and opening the Teufel Raumfeld App.
- The main menu can now be called up on the app screen by briefly swiping to the right.
- First select "Settings" in the main menu, then menu item "System maintenance" and finally "Updates". By simply tapping on the "Check for updates" button, the device will automatically start to search for and download the latest version.
- After the download is complete, the update can be re-started by pressing the button again. This takes a maximum of about 3-5 minutes. Afterwards, TuneIn can be used again as usual.
In order to do so, go to My Music > Recently Added and tap the button "Update music index" on bottom of the list. Alternatively, visit Settings > Music Resources and activate a scan for new music on the music resource you've copied the music to.
Under Settings > Music Resources there is also an option to make your Raumfeld System check for new music every day. A manual scan is then not necessarily required.
Solution: Add the Teufel Raumfeld app to your standby exception list, also known as your device’s “whitelist.” To do this, go to “Settings” in your Android menu and then “Apps,” “Advanced,” “Battery optimization,” “All apps” and “Raumfeld.”
- Leave the crossover frequency on the default setting if you are satisfied with the sound or if the Teufel Streaming subwoofer is located close to the soundbar (recommended).
- If the subwoofer is placed at the side or at the back of the room, it is possible that the overall sound may no longer be harmonious. In this case, try changing the crossover frequency in the app until you are satisfied with the sound.
- If, for example, the sound image of the soundbar is too thin, reduce the crossover frequency. If the bass sounds too flat, increase the crossover frequency.
- You can also adjust the subwoofer volume separately.
- Connect the analogue or digital output of the Connector to an appropriate input of your home cinema amplifier
- Connect an analogue output of your amplifier to the analogue input of the Connector
- to listen to music from your Teufel Streaming system via your home cinema system
- to stream the audio signal of TV series or movies into other rooms of your house
Please note that when reinstalling the firmware all device settings are lost.
Here you will find advice on reinstalling the firmware of the following devices:
Reinstalling the firmware in our online manual
USB storage devices that are connected to another Raumfeld device than the host can not be integrated as music resources.Please also note that apart from USB sticks, first-generation Speakers, Ones or Connectors support usb hard disks with their own power supply only. This constraint does not apply to second-generation devices, e.g. Connector 2.
USB storage devices with the following formats are supported:
- FAT16 / FAT32
- HFS / HFS +
- EXT2 / EXT 3 / EXT 4
Sharing of the iTunes music and playlists on a network share
Your iTunes music and playlists remain on your computer and Raumfeld accesses the files via the network. Please note that they are only available if the computer is turned on.
Alternative methods for systems with a Raumfeld Base:
Copying of iTunes music and playlists onto the Raumfeld Base
Your iTunes music and playlists correspond to the status in iTunes at the time of copying onto the Raumfeld Base. However, you have the option to copy the data again at a later time in order to thereby update it.
Use of the Raumfeld Base as the iTunes Media folder location
Your music library is centrally stored on the Raumfeld Base and iTunes accesses it via the network. Provided that your computer is connected to the home network you will feel no difference to using your iTunes with a locally-stored media library. This method is therefore particularly suitable for desktop computers. Find out more: https://manual.teufel.de/en/online-manual-music-resources.html
Teufel Streaming is easy to use, thanks to the development by usability experts and constant consultation with users. Whatever function you want to use you will always reach your goal within a few steps.
Teufel Streaming is complete. Teufel Streaming is a complete multi-room audio system. Third party devices (speaker, data storage, computers) are not necessary in order to use Teufel Streaming.
Compatible playlist formats: WPL, M3U, PLS, iTunes playlists
Please note that there may be structural bottlenecks in the Wi-Fi transmission of lossless formats. If your music library consists mainly of very large FLAC, Apple Lossless or WAV files, we recommend connecting your Teufel Streaming host device via network cable or using the optional Raumfeld Expand.
*Currently only WMA files encoded with the regular WMA codec are supported. WMA Lossless, WMA Pro and WMA Voice are not supported.
- Embed the artwork within the music file
- Save the artwork in the album's folder
Embedding the artwork in the music file
Most media players and special "tagging" applications can be used to embed album artwork in music files.
Saving the cover in the album's folder
If all tracks of an album are stored in their own folder you can simply move the artwork image file to that folder. The Teufel Streaming system will then associate the image file with the album.
Supported image formats, size and resolution
We recommend the usage of JPEG images (300x300 pixels, 72 dpi).
Of course, other image formats (PNG, GIF) and sizes are also supported.
Most MP3 players may additionally be connected to the Raumfeld Base via USB. Should your system not contain a Raumfeld Base you may connect the MP3 player via USB to your Speaker or Connector.
Please note: As the music library on iPods and iPhones is not directly accessible for third party manufacturers, iPods and iPhones can only be connected via their analogue audio output.
- Use your file management application to navigate to the folder that contains the playlists file (.wpl, .m3u, .pls oder iTunes Music Library.xml). It doesn't matter if it is stored on the Raumfeld Base, USB storage or a network share.
- Delete the playlist file
If the playlist file was stored on a network share, you have to manually initiate a rescan of the network share in order to see the changes in Playlists > Imported. Find out more: https://manual.teufel.de/en/online-manual-scanning-of-music-resources.html.
- iTunes Playlists (iTunes Music Library.xml)
- Windows Playlists (*.wpl)
- M3U Playlists (*.m3u)
- PLS Playlists (*.pls)
Third party UPnP/AV internet radios that are operated with Raumfeld may have less than perfect synchronisation. When positioned in different rooms, however, there is still no echo to be heard.
1) It’s possible that your home Wi-Fi is unable to recognise the device due to certain settings on your Wi-Fi router.
Solution: You can enable your Wi-Fi to recognise the device by directly connecting the Teufel Streaming device to your router via Ethernet cable and repeating the setup process.
2) Other active network devices may prevent your Wi-Fi router from recognising the device. Solution: Deactivate all devices (such as smart TVs, laptops, smartphones, tablets, AV receivers, media servers) that use your LAN or Wi-Fi network for the duration of the Teufel Streaming setup process. Before beginning a new setup process, be sure to restart your Wi-Fi router and complete the setup using a single smartphone.
3) The use of switches, repeaters and additional access points within your home Wi-Fi network can hinder device recognition. Solution: Either restart all additional network devices or turn off these devices for the duration of the setup process.
4) If you use a cordless phone over a landline (DECT) and have this phone in the vicinity of your router or Teufel Streaming device, it may be disrupting your Wi-Fi signal. This is because both DECT and Wi-Fi use the same 2.4 GHz signal.
Solution: Relocate your DECT base station or switch off your DECT telephone for the duration of the setup process.
1) The setting "Smart network change" switches the smart device to the mobile network whenever the WiFi signal becomes too weak. Since Teufel Streaming requires a continuous Wi-Fi connection, this setting cannot be used.
2) The "Auto IP Support" function determines when the home Wi-Fi network does not support DHCP (the automatic assignation of a network address). Although a very useful feature, Auto IP Support cannot be used with the Teufel Streaming system. This is because Teufel Streaming devices need to be assigned an IP from the router in order to independently communicate with the home network and internet.
Solution: The Android functions "Smart network change" and "Auto IP Support" should be deactivated. Next, ensure that your router allows for DHCP and then repeat the setup process.
Solution: Deactivate all devices (such as smart TVs, laptops, smartphones, tablets, AV receivers, media servers) that use your LAN or WiFi network for the duration of the setup process. Before beginning a new setup process, be sure to restart your WiFi router and complete the setup using a single smartphone.
Please note that the processes carried out during the notification "Configuring device..." may take a few minutes to complete. We therefore ask for patience in order to ensure that the setup is indeed experiencing difficulty completing and that your smartphone does not go into standby mode.
Tip I: You'll often find your WiFi password / network key on the back of your WiFi router. As long as this password has not been changed, it should still be valid.
Tip II: The auto correct function in your smart device may be changing the characters you enter. We therefore recommend switching off this auto correct function.
1) If the signal strength of your Wi-Fi network is only 30% or less where you are holding your phone, it will not appear. Since the system requires a signal strength greater than 30% in order to function without drops in playback, only networks that offer this minimum signal strength will be displayed.
Solution: Increase the signal strength of your Wi-Fi signal and/or find a better place for your device.
2) It’s technically possible to hide a Wi-Fi network. This option is usually offered in a Wi-Fi router’s settings. If you’ve selected this setting option, your home network will not be displayed within the app.
Solution: Make sure that the Wi-Fi is set to "visible“.
1) The function DHCP (the automatic assignment of a network address) is not switched on. This prevents the Raumefld device from registering with the home WiFi network.
Solution: Activate the DHCP function in your home WiFi router’s settings. Tip: Some manufacturers list DHCP as a feature with names like “Reject unknown devices”. Contact the manufacturer of your router if you are unsure what this feature is called.
2) A so-called Mac filter is switched on in your router. This filter prevents the registration of unknown devices which includes all devices not already using the WiFi network.
Solution: Deactivate the Mac filter for the duration of the setup process or add your device to the router’s list of known devices. Note: Some manufacturers refer to the Mac filter with names like "Only allow known devices.“ Contact the manufacturer of your router if you are unsure what this feature is called.
3) The router is blocking direct communication (the exchange of data) between two or more devices connected to the same WiFi network. Known as “client isolation,” this setting is often preconfigured, especially with guest network access.
It requires direct communication in order to receive information (such as when you press "play“) from your smartphone. The client isolation setting is often overlooked as it does not prevent a device from accessing the internet.
Solution: Do not use a guest WiFi access for your device; deactivate the client isolation feature.
Note: Some manufacturers refer to client isolation under different names. It may also be a preconfigured part of a security level you have chosen for your WiFi network. Contact the manufacturer of your router for more information.
Hence your components keep up to date and you can benefit from advancements in the latest software releases.
Since Raumfeld software version 1.3 it is also possible to install updates via a USB stick. This enables you to apply updates without an internet connection.
Of course we also provide continuous updates of the Raumfeld App for your smartphone. These updates are distributed via your smartphone's app store.
When USB storage is attached to the Base your Raumfeld system will automatically begin to scan for new music. You can follow the scan progress under Settings > Music Resources. The following are possible causes as to why your USB storage may not be automatically found:
A) The file system of the disk may not be compatible. We support the following formats:
- FAT16 / FAT32
- HFS / HFS+
- EXT2 / EXT3 / EXT4
B) We seldomly have had reports of issues with USB 1.0 devices. We therefore recommend using devices that support USB 2.0.
Connected to a Raumfeld Speaker or Connector (System without Raumfeld Base)
USB storage that has been connected to a Raumfeld Speaker or Connector can only be used for playback in the Raumfeld system if the device is configured as the Raumfeld Host (see Network in the online manual).
Please also note that for first-generation Speakers and Connectors, apart from USB sticks only USB 2.0 storage with its own power supply or USB sticks are supported. These constraints do not apply to second-generation devices, e.g. Connector 2.
Solution: If the resources are offline, simply open the Teufel Reumfeld app on the device from which you would like to stream digital content.