Big blue wireless bluetooth speakers by Brookstone really amazed us in the previous years. They provide a clear and exciting alternative style to either ultra-portable or desktop audio solutions.
The Big blue wireless bluetooth speakers have been upgraded recently, as the business produced an actually more substantial style statement using the 2012 Big Blue Media Tower system, that freestanding $400 device ended up being considerably better looking than thesound it produced.
At more than 38-inch high, the massive audio structure presented 5 drivers which supplied flat sound with no noticeable stereo separation. Appearing just before the end of 2013, Brookstone’s brand new Big Blue Party ($300) is actually a compromise between the $150 Big Blue Studio and the Media Tower.
The media tower itself is nearly 16″ high, made of a mainly metal chassis using a 6.2″ curved square footprint, which provides six speaker drivers as well as a rechargeable battery within the system. The Big Blue Party tower is designed for indoor or outdoor use. It’s water-resistant and appears to be like a futuristic reactor core from an action movie. Although debatably niche in attractiveness, it’s an illustration of how a company is able to take advantage of both industrial style and compelling functions to ardently fulfill the desire of a specific market of customers.
An integrated black wall adapter may be employed to either power the device indoors, or get 5 hrs to recharge the internal battery for 4.5 hours of play time outdoors. Whereas this certainly is not a great deal of nonstop music operation, it is at the same time not a big surprise given the dimensions or planned application of this unit.
Audio systems intended for outside usage typically require a great deal of power, especially at massive volume levels. So the minimal run time at a minimum is practical in this case. If you remove the power cable, you will be able to go entirely wireless, combining Party’s Bluetooth 2.1 chip with your preferred iOS unit or 7th-generation iPod nano for sound streaming.
You will have to watch the range between your sound device and the speaker. We started to encounter audio dropouts at about the 45-foot mark, which indicates that Big Blue Party delivers the 33-foot range promised by most Bluetooth units. However, it does not surpass it by as much as some of the more current Bluetooth audio systems that have been tested. Virtually no 3.5mm audio wire is bundled in the system. However, if you want to self-supply one, you may use Party in a wired mode along with any kind of unit you may perhaps possess.