This standalone speaker produces amazing CD quality stereo sound. Ideal for portable music players such as iPod or smartphones, you can remote control the volume and playback from the onboard controls allowing you to hide away your music player or phone. And talking about phones, this wireless speaker can also answer your phone via handsfree.
|Connection Type||V2.1 + EDR|
|Construction||Custom polymer molding|
|Battery life / Charge time||5 hours / 2 hours|
|Bluetooth V2.1 / 3.0 +EDR (Enhanced Data Rate)||Y|
|Bluetooth A2DP (CD stereo sound)||Y|
|Bluetooth HSP (Wireless music)||Y|
|Bluetooth HFP (Wireless chat)||Y|
|Bluetooth AVRCP (Control your device - iPod/phone/AV)||Y|
|Charging socket (DC / USB input)||USB|
|Microphone built in (for chat)||Y|
|Wireless Range (operating distance)||up to 15 meters|
|Product Dimensions||150 x 60 x 70|
|Inner Carton Qty||1|
|Master Carton Qty||10|
|3 key feature benefits||1: Listen to music or make and receive phone calls wirelessly 2: Built in Microphone and rechargeable battery|
What is the difference between batteries?
The latest development with Lithium-Ion (LI) battery technology has been the introduction of the Lithium Polymer based battery. Not only does the Lithium Polymer battery last longer, the battery is no longer limited to traditional battery cylindrical shapes. The battery can now be moulded into a customised shape to fit inside any product making it the choice for manufacturers developing the latest slimline and stylish devices. For best results and like with all other batteries, LI batteries should always have top up charges if put in storage for extended periods of time.
What is the difference between Bluetooth 3 and Bluetooth 4?
Bluetooth 4 is a format of Bluetooth that is largely more power efficient compared to Bluetooth 3. The battery life can almost be measured in months and years rather than hours and days.
This is the most commonly used profile, providing support for Bluetooth speakers to be used with mobile phones. It offers the ability to ring, answer a call, hang up and adjust the volume direct from your portable speaker.
Wireless Talk HFP
This allows the user to answer calls from a mobile phone and to speak directly into the speaker, as compare to into the mobile phone.
The Advanced Audio Distribution Profile is a Bluetooth profile that allows for the wireless transmission of stereo audio from an A2DP source (typically a phone or computer) to an A2DP receiver (a Bluetooth speaker or stereo system).
Bluetooth 3.0 + EDR
Bluetooth 3.0 single-chip solution that enables three times greater data rate non-EDR solutions, providing advanced wireless connectivity for Bluetooth devices and longer battery life than competing solutions. 24 Mbit/s built-in support for Enhanced Data Rate (EDR), enabling more sophisticated remote-control functions. Such as multiple Bluetooth connections. Pair your headphones to two devices. Eg your car and or your phone.