Bluetooth speakers


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  1. tdc4266

    tdc4266 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi
    I have a Sony Xperia Mini Pro (SK17i) and I am looking for a Bluetooth speaker. I have found a speaker from Sony model.. SRS BTV 25 I cant find any info if it will work with my phone.
    Any help appreciated or alternative speaker.
    Thanks.
     

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  2. Parshooter

    Parshooter Well-Known Member

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    I'm sure Bluetooth is universal. Check at Amazon.com, they have lots of Bluetooth speakers. :smokingsomb:
     
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    tdc4266 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks for the replies.
    I am aware that bluetooth should be universal but I have seen some wi fi speakers that only work with NFC enabled phones. As far as I can tell my phone is not NFC enabled.
     
  4. oleb84

    oleb84 Well-Known Member

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    Bluetooth and NFC are entirely different things so should not make a difference. Aas long as your phone supports A2DP (or something like that) which all smartphones from the iphone 3gs support then it will play through bluetooth speakers.

    I personally use Creative D80 for a cheap run of the mill bluetooth speakers. Nothing amazing but saves faffing around with wires!
     
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    I recommend the jambox, it's a wireless and bluetooth speaker. I use it at work and the audio is great! Easy to connect too.
     
  6. MorriDoom

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    Yeah, Bluetooth is an universal format. As long as your device supports Bluetooth, which it almost certainly would, you can use any Bluetooth device with it.

    Purchased a knock-off beats Bluetooth speaker for my phone a couple months ago. Unit is loud and bassy for its size. :)
     
  7. LONGHAIR

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    I have a Logitech UE that I use at work. It is plenty loud in a woodshop environment. The bluetooth signal covers far more distance than I would have expected. I would highly recommend this unit.
     

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