Jun 3, 2016

Posted in Gadgets

Top features of levitating speakers

 

The truth is that the internal speakers of tablets and smartphones offer sound quality that is not impressive. If you are looking for the best speaker for indoors, then the levitating speaker is for you. This device is battery-powered, which means that they can accompany you outside if it is not raining. The base that serves as a subwoofer and that floats atop of the base produces high-end sounds. Not only does it look cool, but the subwoofer can be used without the magnetic base, which means that you will be able to take it wherever you want to stream music through Bluetooth connection.

Taking into consideration that technology has become increasingly advanced, the features on your device have progressed as well. Even though the features are upgraded, they are still user-friendly, being tailored to work with as little hassle as possible. Learning about floating speaker features can help you make more informed purchasing decisions.

Frequency response

Frequency response concerns the way in which the output device can reproduce frequencies over a range of human hearing. To put it differently, the perfect floating speaker will be able to reproduce input audio signals uniformly, no matter the frequency. It can generate the same amount of output level whatever the frequency of the wave might be. This basically means that the low bass sounds and high pitch sounds are audible, regardless of the distortions. It is recommended to read expert reviews of floating speakers because frequency response ranges are misleading. The frequency response should be suited to the type of music you play; for instance, hard rock requires great bass capabilities.

Bluetooth connectivity

It is important to take note of the fact that the way the output device connects to the audio source can make a big difference with regard to audio quality, compatibility and ease of use. Floating Bluetooth speakers have the advantage of working with just about any audio source. It is common knowledge that Bluetooth is no longer an exclusive feature used for hands-free devices. All floating speakers are designed with Bluetooth capability, which means that you have the opportunity to stream music from another Bluetooth capable device straight to the speakers. The golden rule: the output device must be within a 30-foot range from the source to perform properly.

Charging efficiency

The more features and power that the audio system has, the more it is likely to lose its power and eventually die. This is true for output devices that are used for hours at an end or when the volume is significantly increased. Floating speakers have built-in rechargeable batteries, reason why it is convenient to listen to music when you want and how you want. The battery will be recharged by plugging the device into an AC outlet, which is both handy and unhandy. If the batteries run low very fast and there is no electrical power source nearby, your device will die. If you want your floating speaker to stream music up to 12 hours or more, you may want to consider the battery capabilities.