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Need to buy speakers with excellent sound quality? A search on Google is enough. Do you want one that you can do during a hike? There is a speaker designed for this. If your reason for buying new speakers is purely recreational, we have the perfect suggestion: IHome flask-shaped Bluetooth speaker – A loudspeaker that screams F-U-N.
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The iBT32 is a Bluetooth compatible wireless stereo system that also serves as a speaker. Compatible with most Bluetooth devices, you can use it to stream digital audio directly from your gadget, whether it's an iPhone, iPad or iPod. 39, an iPad, Android or a Windows device. The built-in microphone features echo cancellation, digital conversation and end buttons, allowing you to use a speakerphone if you feel like screaming loudly (beware of your neighbors please!). And of course, the best part is its metal construction that mimics a bottle sensation, making it a natural conversation topic.
Normally priced at $ 69.99, you can get it on sale for $ 24.99 – a savings of 64%.
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With the right portable speaker in tow, you can be the life of the party, no matter where your adventures lead you. Sounds good, right? Then you'll want to head to Walmart to catch the award-winning product JBL Flip 4 waterproof portable speaker for $ 74.95 – down from its original price of $ 99.
Portable speakers have come a long way in recent years, proving that even small speakers can produce a surprisingly large impact. JBL Flip 4 It's no different The super-strong Bluetooth speaker offers impressive stereo sound powered by a 3000 mAh battery, allowing continuous play for 12 hours.
The all weather enclosure is waterproof and submersible, so you no longer have to worry about items or splashes. You can connect up to two phones at the same time in turn as a designated DJ, or pair the speaker via JBL Connect + to pair it with up to 100 JBL speakers to amplify your audio experience . (That's right: up to 100 speakers.)
And for quieter moments, the JBL Flip 4 features built-in noise reduction and echo control to provide crystal clear sound during conference calls. Work hard, play hard, am I right?
Pick one at Walmart in your choice of 7 color options (which include camouflage) on sale for $ 74.95.
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These speakers feature speakers, high-end fabrics, and motion-activated backlit controls to deliver a unique wireless audio experience. You can associate up to two Bluetooth devices to the set of speakers or connect to a device via the input 3.5 millimeters.
These compact speakers produce true, balanced sound and deep, expansive bass. Access the volume and other controls directly on the speakers or through your devices.
Normally, the Logitech MX Sound speakers cost $ 99.99, but you can hang them for $ 69.99 at Dell.
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This doubles for the new Powerbeats, the new Apple headphones that are intended to be a sports alternative to AirPods.
But Powerbeats are quite expensive, especially for those who are not used to the high prices of wireless listening technologies. No wonder, because a look at the official Apple store reveals that the EarPods, now old, cost $ 29.99 – compared to the average of $ 200 at which Powerbeats are currently sold at detail.
If you are a technology lover, you will see that this difference in price is a heavy premium to pay for a few moments in the crowd of "technologies".
If you're really curious about which wireless headphones are focused on fitness, but the Powerbeats prices torment you, check out these True Fitness Wireless Bluetooth Headset which are on sale.
These are the smallest and lightest headphones on the market that rival the portability and ease of use of Powerbeats technology. They are available at over $ 100 less than their Apple counterparts. They offer eight consecutive hours of audio playback on one charge, as well as Bluetooth 4.2 technology with a maximum range of 10 meters. Each earpiece has its own speaker, a Bluetooth chip, a battery and a microphone, which means that they each operate independently or in pairs.
Other benefits include IPX4 water resistance (for safe use near any pool), a built-in microphone (for easy chatting), and cVc 6.0 for noise cancellation for a live experience. perfect listening.
These wireless headphones are normally $ 119, but catch them on sale for only $ 44.99.
But take a closer look and you will see that there is much more than what you see. Yes, the new $ 249.95 Pro Powerbeats are finally wireless (at last) and more expensive than the $ 199.95 Powerbeats 3, but they're also better suited, have better sound and faster connectivity thanks to the same Apple H1 chip with which it shares AirPods 2.
First of all: the Powerbeats Pro do not replace the Powerbeats 3. Beats told me that the Powerbeats Pro will always be sold with the Powerbeats 3 when it will be available in May. So, if you still like to have wireless headphones with a cable – maybe you like to put them on your neck after a run – you will still be able to get the old model.
Secondly, Powerbeats will be available in three colors: black, ivory, foam and navy. The case, however, comes only in black.
Well, now that everything is settled, let's talk about Beats improvements to Powerbeats Pro because there is still a lot to do.
Although the new Powerbeats Pro looks like the Powerbeats 3, they feel and adapt differently – for the better.
According to Mr. Beats, the Powerbeats Pro is 23% smaller and 17% lighter than the Powerbeats 3. That does not sound like much, but for people with ears as small as yours, the Powerbeats Pro was certainly more comfortable. I could see active people, like marathon runners, really enjoying weight reduction.
In addition to making them more compact, Beats has also tilted the acoustic case so that the earpieces are better placed in your ears. bowl of shell. The Powerbeats Pro also comes with four sizes of ear tips.
Powered by Apple's H1 chip – the same silicone helmet in the AirPods 2 – the Powerbeats Pro incorporates a host of new features, including "Hey Siri" hands-free voice commands, faster switching between devices. Apple devices and reduced audio latency during the game.
Powerbeats Pro are also more practical than before. Each headset has a volume rocker (most wireless headsets have a volume switch only on a headset or not at all), as well as music playback controls built into the Beats logo button.
How does the Powerbeats Pro sound? Take off well, actually. Beats says the bass range and dynamic range have been improved for a louder, clearer sound without sacrificing the company's sound profile.
While I only had time to listen to some songs on Apple Music, the bass made the sounds have a distortion as low as that of the AirPods. Of course, I will have to spend more time listening to music with the Powerbeats Pro before I can tell if they really sound better, but at least they sound no worse than Powerbeats 3.
Perhaps my least favorite part about the Powerbeats 3 is its bulky plastic loading case – it is huge compared to that of the AirPods.
The design of the Powerbeats ear hook probably limited the small size of the holster, but fucking it's like a clam. Like the AirPods, both Powerbeats headphones enter the case directly with the help of magnets and recharge instantly.
According to Beats, each Powerbeats headset lasts up to 9 hours with a single charge, almost twice as much as the AirPod five hours. Nine hours seem to be a downgrade compared to the 12 hours of Powerbeats 3, but if you also have nearly two additional charges inside the case, you have a total autonomy of 24 hours.
Powerbeats also offer a fast fuel charge: a five-minute charge gives you 1.5 hours of listening time and 15 minutes of charging, 4.5 hours.
One thing you will not find on the Powerbeats Pro is the wireless charging. You will need to connect the Lightning cable to the case to recharge when exhausted.
I am a big fan of AirPods. I think that Apple has everything nailed on the wireless headphones. The case is super small, the battery life is long, the sound is good enough and the connectivity (with Apple devices) is transparent. They're not perfect – there are wireless headphones with better sound or sound insulation – but they are the most complete wireless headphones you can buy.
The Beats Powerbeats Pro enjoy all the benefits of the Apple H1 chip and seem to be a great alternative to AirPods, especially if you're sporty. But I am worried about the case. This will fit in a jacket or purse without a problem, but certainly not in my skinny jeans.