these new wireless speakers help quell our music addiction - wireless bluetooth portable speaker system
As a music lover, we need to play our music in the bedroom, living room, meeting room and dormitory--
Even outdoors if possible.
With this in mind, we looked at five wireless speaker systems and were not disappointed.
On the surface, they all have the same functionality: Bluetooth connection, awesome sound, with portability in addition to one case.
But there are also several features that make them "unique ".
"The most expensive of this quintet is The Minx Air 100 from Cambridge Audio ($449).
In addition to Bluetooth, the Minx Air we play also offers WiFi and Apple AirPlay connectivity, plus: At first, we thought it would be overwhelming to tell the truth to use the bass port to enhance the "hit low, a little annoying.
To our surprise, the enhancements proved to be a welcome addition to the sound experience and proved to be subtle, not annoying.
People at ILuv let's play SyrenPro with two new speaker systems ($129. 99)
And Mobilock ($199. 99).
SyrenPro is fine as a stand-alone portable speaker, but when it links to another SyrenPro controlled by the first, it will be very shiny--or base ---unit.
Basically, the speaker is designed to provide real stereo or analog surround sound throughout the room.
It can also shoot outdoors and give you up to four hours of sound using built-in soundin battery.
Other features include: as with all the other features in this set of speakers, SyrenPro offers better sound quality than the portable speakers we expected.
The mobilrock speaker adds NFC compatibility to Bluetooth, making it easier for your mobile device to pair with the speaker system.
NFC is also known as near field communication, and when NFC is enabled on a smartphone or tablet, it can link your device to speakers, etc.
There is no need to enter the code or go through the pairing process.
In short, NFC-
Enable "View" another device when it is allowed to be in range.
Mobilrock can also use Qi technology to charge mobile phones wirelessly, which appears in many new smartphones and tablets.
You can also purchase the Qi adapter.
Basically, mobilrock provides all the features in SyrenPro (
In addition to the ability to link to the second speaker)
, But there are a few other features that make it different: Albergo clock radio with Bluetooth from Tivoli Audio ($249. 99)
A little more than your standard AM/FM radio.
By combining the standard features of the AM/FM clock radio with Bluetooth, Tivoli's people have expanded its capabilities to allow you to stream your favorite music to your device.
The radio is also customizable.
The one we played was pre-
The production unit, so now the various designs offered by Tivoli are not attached.
In addition, Albergo provides the following features: Last, but the most interesting thing to use is JBL sound ($169. 99).
Basically this is a pair of built-in LED bulbsJBL speakers.
You just screw them to the lamp holder on the top of your head and pair them with your device and you will get great sound.
In fact, we were surprised by the sound quality of these bulbs compared to the other speakers here.
Like SyrenPro, you can connect wirelessly to a "main" bulb that controls so-through it-
It is called the "slave" bulb.
This includes track selection, volume and all other controls expected by the portable speaker system.
The biggest difference here is that the Pulse master can control up to eight extra bulbs, enabling you to play music in multiple locations.
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