Friday, July 25, 2014

Friday Favorites - Bluetooth Audio

In recent weeks, I've been enjoying a couple of new audio gadgets. Both are very inexpensive and deliver a lot of bang for the buck.

HMDX Jam Bluetooth Wireless Speaker

Connects Wirelessly to Bluetooth-Enabled DevicesThe speaker can connect wirelessly from up to 30 feet away, and it works with most Bluetooth-enabled Smartphones, tablets, notebooks, and desktops, including iPad, iPhone, and iPod.

Rechargeable Battery and Line-In Capability
The Jam wireless speaker features a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that provides up to four hours of wireless play. The speaker also comes with line-in capability, which allows you to connect your non-Bluetooth-enabled devices directly to the speaker.

    Incredible sound quality from a small package
    Easy wireless connection--works up to 30 feet away
    Works with all Bluetooth-enabled devices: smart phones, tablets, and most notebooks
    Lithium-ion rechargeable battery provides up to 4 hours of wireless play--no need to buy batteries
    Simple on/off switch on the bottom of the unit

Small and Comes in a Variety of Colors
Measuring 2-1/2 inches in diameter by 2-1/2 inches high, the premium Jam wireless speaker delivers incredible sound quality in a small footprint. Even more, it's designed to fit anyone's style--choose from six colors.

Brightech - BrightPlay Live

The BrightPlay Live receiver is an instant upgrade to existing components. Play your music aloud wirelessly from your Bluetooth device to stereos and speakers that do not have Bluetooth built-in.

Advanced feature makes setup a snap. NFC makes pairing and control easy. With devices that support Near Field Communication, pairing is virtually automatic. Just tap your mobile device to the BrightPlay Live recever and start playing music wirelessly!

The receiver conveniently connects to traditional audio components. The included cable has both RCA and 3.5 mm connectors so you can easily connect your Bluetooth audio receiver to speakers etc.

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