With Christmas around the corner, many are getting their wish lists ready and passing them out to family and friends. As you get your gift list together, make sure you put Audioengine’s B2 Bluetooth Speaker on the list because it’s a speaker every audiophile needs to have in their home or office. If you don’t want to go for the wood aesthetic, take a look at our Jawbone Big Jambox review to compare with a more modern looking option.
Wirelessly Stream All Your Favorite Tunes
Free yourself from annoying wires and plugs with the B2 Bluetooth Speaker since it wirelessly streams all your favorite tunes from any Bluetooth-enabled device. Since your computer, iPhone, or Android smartphone already has Bluetooth, you’ll be able to get more out of your music with this speaker in tow.
At only $299, it’s a fairly reasonable gift to ask your significant other or kids to get you!
You’ll be able to reap the musical benefits of the B2 Bluetooth Speaker the moment you unwrap it and take it out of the box! Pairing is also really easy and you don’t need to fuss with any special software to get your speaker working. The device will automatically go into pair mode once turned on. You just have to go to your phone’s Bluetooth settings to connect the two and you’re good to go! You’ll be able to start playing all your favorite jams the moment you unwrap it.
This speaker will complement any decor already in your home or office and since it’s easy on the eyes. The hand-built wood cabinet is sleek and modern and won’t take up much space in the room you place it with its 4.25″H x 12.25″W x 5.50″D specs.
Audioengine is known for creating high-quality systems and their B2 speaker is an extension of their premium sound. It’ll definitely make your Bluetooth music sound a lot better since it implements the aptX codec, which is a high-quality audio converter designed specifically for audio. And it provides more versatility than other Bluetooth speakers since it a has special circuitry and a precision-tuned antenna to extend the wireless range.
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