A Look at Some Options for Wireless Outdoor Speakers
Having an outdoor party is a great way to distract yourself from the heat and also enjoys some food and conversation with your friends. If you are lucky enough to have a pool by your house then you and your friends can refresh themselves. However, a party wouldn’t be complete without decent food in some music. I’m not going to get into how you can get some decent food. I’m going to focus instead on how you can add some music to an outdoor environment.
If you don’t have wireless networking or don’t want to invest in an Internet radio, then why not go for some wireless speakers. There are a number of outdoor wireless speakers available from Amphony, Soundcast, Sony and other manufacturers. I’m going to look at some of these and in particular discuss what you should look out for when making your purchase. Of course, instead of buying expensive speakers, you can just crank up a radio. However, most radio programs are full of commercials and you probably …
If you have a cell phone such as an iPhone then most likely you always get annoyed when listening to music over the speakers which are integrated into the phone. The sound simply doesn’t have any bass and it appears quite tinny. Unfortunately, designers of loudspeakers have not yet been able to come up with a design which produces adequate sound quality in a tiny package. And a tiny package is exactly what the designers of cell phones have to deal with. There’s virtually no room inside the phone for decent speaker. Phones were actually never designed to broadcast music via the internal speaker. In addition, there’s only one speaker inside the phone and thus you will not be able to play stereo music over phones speaker.
However, most cell phones have wireless technology integrated that supports streaming audio. Bluetooth is a technology which is widespread. By using a Bluetooth receiver from http://www.amphony.com/products/bluetooth-audio-receiver.htm which is connected to an amplifier, you can easily stream music from your phone to your home speakers. Alternatively, you can purchase some Bluetooth speakers. Those …
I will give you some shopping tips for purchasing some speakers, in particular wireless speakers. When shopping for any type of product, it is always important to follow the two-step strategy. Most people make the mistake to search for a product by entering if you keywords which are related to the product into a search engine and then doing a price comparison. That will usually give you some inexpensive products but the problem is that these products often times are not ideal for your application.
Step one of your research should always involve finding the product that fits your application. That means first of all, you need to figure out the requirements of your application. In the case of wireless speakers, some of the parameters to look at are as follows:
1) Speaker wattage
2) wireless transmitter range
3) number of speakers
4) number of audio channels
5) transmitter connectors
6) iPhone connectivity
7) wireless protocol
Some of these parameters might sound a bit technical. But don’t worry. I will explain some of these parameters in the following sections. …
Wireless models of loudspeakers are quite popular these days. That is because the wireless technology offers more flexibility in placing speakers then regular models which require running speaker wire all over the house. In this blog post, I’m going to offer some tips and also reveals some secrets that manufacturers of these wireless speakers do not want you to know.
One of the misconceptions of wireless speakers is the fact that many speakers actually are not truly wireless. That is because wireless models require an internal amplifier as well as a receiver in order to reproduce the music and drive the internal woofer and tweeter. Therefore wireless speakers by definition require power. Power can be received from a power supply or internal batteries.
An internal power supply has to be connected to a wall outlet. Usually the connecting cable between the power supply and the plug that fits into the speaker is fairly short. Therefore, a wall outlet needs to be in close proximity to where you plan on using the speaker. If you’re planning to use the speakers outdoors, …