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Soar NCAA Iowa Hawkeyes Shockbox LED Wireless Bluetooth Speaker

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Specifications

  • SPEAKER TYPE: Bluetooth
  • CONNECTIVITY TECHNOLOGY: Bluetooth, USB
  • BATTERY LIFE: 5 Hours
  • WATER RESISTANCE LEVEL: Water Resistant
  • MODEL NAME: Shockbox Led Bluetooth Speaker

Introduction

The lightweight (only.4 ounces!) speaker is designed for use at home or on the move and has a top handle for maximum mobility. This enable Bluetooth 5.0 for Sync Together. allows you to show off your team enthusiasm by pairing two speakers for a full surround-sound experience. This speaker is ideal for those boisterous tailgate gatherings because it is shockproof and water-resistant.

How to use

You can use the speakers by following the given steps

  • Power on the speakers.
  • The speaker will be ready to be paired.
  • Now go to your mobile and look for the available devices.
  • Click on the name of the device.
  • Your speaker will be connected to the mobile.
  • Now you can play anything.

FAQ’s

  • Bluetooth speakers or wireless speakers—which is better?
    The majority of the time, Wi-Fi speakers outperform Bluetooth speakers in terms of audio quality. More data is compressed by Bluetooth than by Wi-Fi speakers.
  • Which Bluetooth speaker with wattage is best?
    Any speaker with a wattage between 150 and 500 is ideal for a wonderful music listening experience and is inexpensive. Every sound has a frequency, which serves as a gauge for the volume of the sound. It’s quantified in Hertz (Hz).
  • What distinguishes a Bluetooth speaker from a smart speaker?
    Regular Bluetooth speakers don’t do anything other than connect to your phone or computer to play audio. The primary distinction is the presence of built-in internet helpers like Alexa, Siri, and Assistant on smart speakers.
  • What power does a good speaker have?
    The house speaker should have a wattage of between 15 and 30 watts. The majority of homeowners deem 20 watts enough. A speaker might be 50 watts or 100 watts in power for larger crowds.
  • Does sound quality increase with wattage?
    Yes, it is true that speakers play louder and clearer at greater power levels (watts). However, slight variations in power don’t produce much of an audible difference. The wattage would need to double in order to perceptibly hear a change (a 3dB increase).
  • What speaker power is suitable for a room?
    A signal-to-noise ratio of 95 dB or more is considered outstanding. For smaller to medium-sized rooms or speakers with a sensitivity of more over 90 dB, a receiver with 50 watts per channel should be sufficient. Try to acquire 100 watts or more if your room is vast if your speakers are sensitive to sounds below 87 dB.
  • A 5 watt speaker—is that loud?
    When cranking, a 5 watt tube is as loud as a trumpet (extremely loud).
  • What distinguishes two-way speakers from three-way speakers?
    The woofer and tweeter are two different types of drivers found in 2-way speakers. A speaker called a woofer is made specifically to reproduce low-frequency sounds, whereas a tweeter is made to reproduce high-frequency sounds. The mid-range, woofer, and tweeter drivers, collectively known as the 3-way speaker, produce sound.
  • Can a speaker be too huge for the space it is in?
    Room size and speaker size are irrelevant as long as you are able to sit far enough away from the speakers for the drivers to properly combine.
  • What number of speakers do I require for a room?
    Set up your 5.1 system in a room of average size for the optimum effects. Those five speakers might be too many for the area if the room is too tiny. Larger rooms will probably benefit from a stronger setup.

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