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The 4 Uses of a Bluetooth Speaker

by Admin - on May 26th 2018 - Comments Off on The 4 Uses of a Bluetooth Speaker

GetVoIPBluetooth speakers are not just used for blasting music wherever you go. It has many uses, although people tend to forget.

This guide will let you learn how else you can use your waterproof motorcycle speakers and make the most out of the driving experience.

1. During a Phone Call

Bluetooth speakers are loud and most have great quality, which is why it can be used for conference calls and boardroom meetings. Another thing that’s good about it is that it can be used anywhere and anytime since it’s completely wireless and portable. Now, you would not have to worry about not hearing your boss’ instructions and praise over Skype.

2. As, an Alarm Clock

Most Bluetooth speakers come with an alarm clock feature. Simply sync it with your phone, set the tune to the music that you prefer and wake up to the sweet sound of your preferred music or sound.

3. Talking to Voice Companions

Use your Bluetooth speakers to talk to voice companions, such as Alexa, Google, or Siri. You can ask your preferred voice companion to play music even without touching your phone; all you need to do is connect the speakers to your phone and voila! You can now do basically anything by just talking to and addressing your voice companion.

4. Amp Up Your Car’s Audio

If you want better quality sound and audio on your car, then use a Bluetooth speaker. High-quality ones can easily beat most cars’ audio and sound system. And yes, you can blast the music up without having to think about the music sounding all blown up and all over the place.

Sure, it’s great to use your Bluetooth speaker for listening to music, but you can make the most out of it by doing these things as well. Grab one today and discover how it can make your life easier and better.

A Basic Guide to Shopping for Bluetooth Speakers

by Admin - on Jan 10th 2018 - Comments Off on A Basic Guide to Shopping for Bluetooth Speakers

Hand of woman with play button overlayA portable Bluetooth speaker can be a neat accessory to have for your laptop or smartphone, but choosing from the thousands of models available can be quite a challenge. You have speakers of all shapes and sizes, ranging from $20 to $800, and some with a price tag beyond that.

Hearing the sound is still the best way to gauge if a speaker is right for you, but when you can only read through specifications, you need to be sure of the features you want. Experts at FUGOO round up a checklist of features you should consider before taking that plunge:

Bluetooth version

The distance you can keep between your device and the speaker, as well as the quality of audio transmission, will all depend on the Bluetooth version. Look for Bluetooth 4 or higher, as this version is known to have better battery life and can maintain a distance of up to 60 meters.

Frequency response

Measured in Hertz, the frequency response is typically called a range. Some can range from 100Hz to 20,000Hz. It signifies the speaker’s ability to reproduce sound as it was intended and the higher the range, the better. It is important to note, however, that “good sound” may vary from person to person and how your ear perceives it can affect the audio regardless of range.

Drivers

The driver is considered the heart of any speaker, so it is only natural for you to get a decently sized one. Most portable models have a 40mm driver, which is a good place to start. A bigger driver can produce louder sounds, but it also means larger overall size, so keep that in mind if portability is your priority.

Understanding these specifications will help you find the right Bluetooth speaker. With this basic guideline, you should be able to narrow down your choices and find the one that best suits your taste.