For the music lovers out there, here’s something that will interest you. The first time I set my eyes on Muse Bluetooth Speaker by Rock Space, I thought it looked like a kite leaning on a pole. Or a fallen beach umbrella. Whichever you prefer. However you look at it, this is a wireless speaker that stands out, and I mean that in both the literal and figurative senses.
With a speaker like this one, it looks like I can easily throw a party indoors or outdoors, and maybe I might deejay too. This Kite Speaker, as I like to call it, has a Class D power amplifier rated at 6W output.
You would not be blamed for supposing that a Bluetooth speaker this size would be suited only for music. Well, calls can be answered with it by pressing the circular button between the volume up and down buttons when connected.
Muse Bluetooth Speaker is Eye Candy
A lot of thinking was obviously put into the body structure of this speaker as it is indeed pleasant to the eyes. Look at it this way: you don’t have to own a generic looking Bluetooth speaker when you can own one that stands out like this.
This is perfect for your office table or a TV Stand. And you can use it to power a get together of friends and family. Just pair it with your phone or tablet and play your high energy dance music.
With a battery capacity of 3.7v/1200mAh and a charging time of about three hours, thirty minutes, you can use it for up to 7 hours. The Muse Bluetooth speaker is compatible with both iOS and Android devices.
Those Three Buttons
It is not all love for the Muse speaker though. There are three buttons on the device – volume down, centre button, and volume up. I have a problem with this arrangement because experience tells me that it means those buttons have multiple functions. Forgive me for not being excited about mistakenly switching music tracks while trying to adjust the volume.
I have a Bluetooth speaker at the office with same number of buttons and I can tell you that each button having multiple functions is problematic. Oh, well.
You can get one for yourself from AliExpress for between $13(NGN4,693) and $40(NGN14,440). Not bad; right?
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