Now that we’ve talked about the difference between wireless and Bluetooth speakers, what should you look for a in a Bluetooth speaker? Classic Stereo Electronics Professional Mike Smith tells us in this week’s Electronics 101.
ELECTRONICS 101 – WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A BLUETOOTH SPEAKER
Electronics Professional Mike Smith first recommends picking up your Bluetooth speaker. Is it sturdy? Does it feel like it will be durable and produce a high quality sound? You want the speaker to also be able to produce some bass and remain true to the sound of the music.
He also recommends thinking about how you plan to use it. Do you want a Bluetooth speaker that allows you to answer your phone outside? Do you want to use the speaker to help charge your phone or some other source of your music?
Finally, you deserve a speaker with a long-lasting charge. You don’t want to spend eight hours charging your speaker, but only get to enjoy it for an hour or two. You can find Bluetooth speakers on our Sound Desk that can produce up to eight hours of music before needing to be recharged.