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Bluetooth Wireless Speakers – from phone to hi-fi, without passing go


Bluetooth Wireless Speakers. Let’s just say that you have an urge to play the Tom Jones tracks on your mobile phone loudly. And you can’t be bothered to buy the right cable, connectors and fiddle around plugging the thing into your Hi-Fi system. Well in that case, this might be the answer. Each speaker has a 60W amp inside, so they’re going to be louder than the handsfree on your cell phone, that’s fer sure. But just think what you could buy for £259.95.

 You’ll never trip over a crazy spaghetti junction of cables again with these superb quality white-lacquered 60 watt cabinet speakers….They also feature EDR for up to 3Mbps of throughput, and support A2DP and AVRCP protocols. An RCA line-in input is also available for all non-Bluetooth audio sources. Each speaker contains a built-in digital two-channel Class-D amplifier with 60W output, so there no question, the sound quality is as good as it gets.


  • We tried these out and did not have a good experience. The box says they’re Mac compatable. Customer service and our experience says they are not Mac compatable. We weren’t able to pair them with any of our bluetooth devices and when we connected an audio source to the RCA inputs, there was an extreme delay.

  • Ah thanks for the feedback Neal, great to hear the truth behind the hype. Wireless audio devices of whatever type do seem to degrade the experience somewhat, don’t they?

    And say hi to Cali for me, eh? :-)

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