Bluetooth Speakers are latest in the technological advancements on the wireless front. Connecting your device with other device and sending a number of data, like songs, documents, and even movies, companies are now trying to provide you with a superior quality listening experience with your friends and family. We aren’t denying that there is Wi-Fi connectivity in a lot of places, but for those people who don’t have access to the technology, Bluetooth is their savior.
The predecessors of the wireless speakers are the RF speakers and the Infrared Speakers, which overall had its merits but the demerits far outweighed the merits. Bluetooth technology has a lot more merits than its predecessors but the same can be said about the spatial restrictions that the RF and the Infrared speakers had.
The following are the advantages and the disadvantages of the blue tooth speakers:
- Bluetooth Speakers usually consume extremely low power and one does not need to use a hefty USB power adaptor to power up the device.
- The Next good thing is the portability factor; most of these speakers are compact and have a single unit so there isn’t a problem of you wasting space in your bag when u carry it around.
- There isn’t a need for installation, just connect your phone or laptop with your speaker and sync it and then you have established your connectivity and you are set to go.
- Range is a major disadvantage as it only has a range of approximately 26 feet and this is a disadvantage because you have to be in the same room as the speakers in order for them to work.
- Quality and Power of the music is also low. The sound quality of the speakers in terms of volume and richness cannot compare to the other ‘wired’ speakers in the market.
- Compatibility is a major factor why Bluetooth speakers aren’t all that fantastic, because many cell phones are Bluetooth capable, many movie players aren’t so.
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