3W Mini Speaker Description
This Bluetooth speaker is delicate and easy to carry. It features a 3W power output, up to 5 hours of audio playtime, and a 32 FT wireless range. The speaker has high definition Bluetooth 2.1 technology and you simply pair with your device to enjoy dynamic stereo sound. Wrist strap feature allows for easy portability or simply attaches the speaker to a backpack while on the go. While, the fun speaker is easy to connect to most devices through Bluetooth, so it can be used in many different place.
About this item
True Wireless Stereo: Connect 2 mini Bluetooth speakers from each other, play music through 2 speakers simultaneously via a single device with TWS technology, from left to right channel for 3D stereo sound.
Superior Sound Quality: Small Bluetooth speakers has high quality stereo and loud sound without any noticeable distortion even at maximum volume, enjoy your music anywhere.
Long Lasting Playtime: Built-in 500 MAH powerful battery allows portable mini speaker to play music up to 4 hours (80% volume) from a single charge.
Portable Design: Mini size and lightweight Bluetooth speaker with detachable lanyard for easy carrying, take them to anywhere whether you’re at home, travel, riding, or hanging out.
Bluetooth 4.2 technology: compatible with all Bluetooth-enabled devices. Instantly connect to your smartphone or tablet from up to 33 feet away. Sound core reconnects automatically to the last device used. Built-in mic for hands-free calls.
Working Voltage: 4.8V –5.5V DC
Working Current: 200MA
Battery Capacity: built in 500MAH
Antenna: Built in
Line in: yes.
Charging Time: 2 hours
Playback Time: 4 hours
Recommend this Bluetooth speaker as a gift reason
For a lot of people, the Bluetooth is the next evolutionary step in mobile phone technology: a phone that you stick in your ear. Of course, there are also obvious drawbacks to the technology. For one thing, it makes group phone calls more difficult. You used to be able to simply switch your device to speaker-phone mode and then everyone in the room could hear and interact with the call. If you did that now, it would translate as a voice screaming out of your ear, while everyone in the room would be leaning forward to shout their answers back into your ear. What you need is an external speaker.
How many times has a private conversation with a client, co-worker, or vendor turned into a conference call? Normally, a conference call involves putting one person on hold while you connect with a third person. But sometimes you are in the middle of a discussion when someone walks past your cubicle whom you realize has some insight into the current project. For those spontaneously-generated conference calls, you will just switch your phone to its speaker.