I have music playing in my house every day while I work. My favorite playlist is a collection of easy listening guitar and piano favorites. But depending on my mood, I don’t always want to hear every song on the playlist. Plus I need to be able to turn it down or pause it when I get a work call. The flexibility and control is the reason I’m ditching the stereo and going bluetooth wireless with the Etekcity Roverbeats.
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I’m Ditching the Stereo: Going Bluetooth Wireless
Several years ago, my family got me a really nice stereo system with the large speakers so I could listen to music and CD’s throughout the day. But the problem with this system is the size. When you add in the fact that all my music is now stored on my iPod and this old stereo system doesn’t have bluetooth capability, I needed a new option.
I received the Roverbeats T12 Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker that allows me to control my music from across the room. Connecting my iPod is an easy process. You simply go to settings and connect the bluetooth device. Once connected, the RoverBeats will automatically read the iPod and give me full control. I can adjust volume, skip songs, pause and move around in my playlist. You can also control the music from the actual Roverbeats if you prefer. #roverbeats
- Easy Bluetooth connection works with a vast array of Bluetooth-capable smart-phones, tablets, laptops,etc; 3.5mm AUX audio jack for non-Bluetooth devices
- Built-in rechargeable 2200mAH, 3.7V lithium battery; Charging 3 hours to play 12 hours
- Hands-free answering call supported by a built-in Mic; Signal Distance: 10 Meters(30 Ft);
- Easy to use in Office ,Home,Outdoor,Car etc
Do you use a wireless bluetooth speaker? I’d love to hear what you think about small speakers like this