Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Wireless and Portable speakers for Your Home Entertainment

Sound quality can make or break the way you experience your favourite music, and with so many different speakers and set ups to choose from it can seem impossible to choose between them all. We’ve rounded up a couple of our favourite speakers on the market today for you to consider.

Death Star Bluetooth Speaker

An incredible looking speaker modeled after the Death Star from the Star Wars movie franchise, this speaker will sure impress your friends. It is just 4.5 inches in diameter and sits on it’s own acrylic stand so it appears to be floating in space. This speaker features one-touch Bluetooth connectivity and has a rechargeable lithium battery that lasts up to 8 hours. It lights up and can wirelessly stream music from up to 30 feet.The Death Star speaker retails for around $70 AUD

Om One Magnetic Force Wireless Speaker 

Ever dreamed of having your very own hovering sound system? Now you can. Om Audio presents us with another spherical Bluetooth speaker though this one comes with a difference – the base of the speaker contains an electromagnet that allows the speaker to hover above it. The Om One is 3.6 inches in diameter and feature a 75mm audio driver and build in microphone. You can play your music via Bluetooth from up to 33 feet and has a battery that supports up to 12 hours of continuous play.Om One can be ordered online for $199 US and comes in Jet Black or Glacier White.

Harman Infinity One

The Infinity One has been getting great reviews for it’s sound quality and ease of use. It is built to be both portable and innovative without compromising sound quality. Along with Bluetooth connectivity it features and aux in port and can charge your mobile devices when you plug them in.The Infinity One is a great option for a real audiophile who doesn’t want to sacrifice quality for portability and offers all the ease of use and features you could need.The Harman Infinity One comes in at around $250 US

Creative Sound Blaster Roar SR20

The Roar is a feature packed Bluetooth speaker that has a compact design with a hardy exterior of aluminium which makes it particularly versatile without compromising sound quality. It features two amps that run the stereo and the subwoofer separately which means it produces clear HD sound.The Roar has a huge amount of inputs including power, aux in, micro SD and usb power output and input. It can also run hands free phone calls and be used as a recording device and even an alarm clock.The Creative Sound Blaster Roar SR20 retails online for $179.95 AUD

Bose SoundLink Color



 This compact Bluetooth speaker is capable of playing 8 hours of music and comes in five different colours. It’s lightweight design and streamlined appearance makes it a very stylish addition to anyone’s audio accessory collection. Bose has made it very easy to pair with phones and computers and also features an aux in port and a micro USB port to so you can charge the device and plug in to your PC to update the software.The Bose SoundLink Colour comes in at $179 AUD and comes in black, blue, white, red and mint.

The range of Bluetooth speakers available today is endless. The very best way to ensure you get one you love is to first to decide which features are most important to you. How portable you would like the speaker and how many different inputs and outputs it has, as well as how easy it is to charge and sync and how long you will need it to play without recharging, are all factors to consider before making your final purchase.At Local Bloke Antenna Services (Gold Coast) we constantly look for new product which helps our clients to enhance their home entertainment. Hopefully this post has helped shed some light on the kind of features and functionality you can expect from different products and how they compare with each other so you can pick your Bluetooth speaker with confidence.

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