So I got the bug up my rear end to go pick out a new outdoor wireless blue tooth speaker setup this past weekend. I went to the local Best Buy, despite never having much success there in the past. Now I realize it’s quite convenient to keep all your music on an MP3 player, but unless you use Bluetooth speakers, you’ll need to get off the couch when you want to change to a different playlist. This issue is solved by a Bluetooth speaker because it accepts music that is wirelessly streamed from an MP3 player that is A2DP compatible. Keep your Bluetooth device handy, so you can navigate through all of your most favorite tunes. It’s like your whole library of music is available on a remote control.
That’s the main advantage of a Bluetooth speaker, but there are disadvantages, too. A Bluetooth’s range is rather limited, so you may only be able to go fifteen to twenty-five feet from the speaker, before you’ll start to lose the connection. The sound quality on a Bluetooth speaker isn’t as as good as you’ll find on a connection that’s wired, either, so people who are really into the subtle parts of music may be disappointed. If that’s not enough, the iPod, which happens to be the most popular MP3 player everywhere in the world, does not have a built-in Bluetooth. So if you want your MP3 player to play with a Bluetooth speaker, you might need to buy a different brand of MP3 player. Some of the possibilities for an alternative are the Samsung YP-P2, the Ibiza Rhapsody or the Sony Walkman NWZ-A828. If you really love your iPod, you can get access to a Bluetooth speaker by using an adapter.
Bluetooth technology does have bandwidth limitations, so even the best Bluetooth speakers won’t give you as good a sound as a connection that’s wired. But if your MP3 is A2DP-compatible, there are options to consider that will allow you to cut the cord when you’re listening to your music library at home.
You may use Bluetooth technology every day. But what is it, really? Bluetooth is technically the connecting of two devices without using wires. It actually is a type of technology that utilizes radio waves to connect with various devices. It bonds electrical gadgets together. Other industries are drawing on the success of Bluetooth technology, too, like entertainment, telecommunications and logistics.
Cell phones, like everyone carries now, are on the cutting edge of the inclusion of Bluetooth and music. To wireless carriers, a Bluetooth speaker means a widely desired accessory. These speakers will allow you to play music even if you’re not attached physically to the mobile phones. The freedom of leaving your old boom box at home makes a Bluetooth speaker look more attractive. You can relax at the beach and listen to your surf tunes at the same time.
A Bluetooth speaker works quite well with MP3 players and cell phones, granting you the comfort to be able to listen to music while you’re still using the cell phone. The speakers may be lightweight, but they are really pocket-sized units that don’t sacrifice sound reproduction and quality for size. Bluetooth speakers offer you top-quality sound and dynamic style in their compact design.