The Bose Sound Touch 10 Wireless Music Speakers are our second product in the smart home entertainment devices series. They come in black and white and would look great on your bookshelf.
The global home entertainment devices market was valued at $264,655.3 million in 2020 and is expected to reach $545,147.9 million by 2031, growing at a 6.2% CAGR from 2022 to 2031.
Home entertainment devices are products and systems that are used in a domestic or personal setting. Television sets, video players and recorders, audio equipment, and gaming devices are among the consumer electronic products available in the home entertainment market.
So, let’s have a look at Bose Sound Touch 10 Wireless Music Speaker which you might insist to buy for your beautiful home space.
|Product Dimensions||8.71 x 14.12 x 21.18 cm; 1.31 Kilograms|
|Batteries||1 CR2 batteries required.|
|Item model number||731396-1100|
|Item Weight||1 kg 310 g|
Bose SoundTouch 10 Bluetooth speaker Description
Even the most tedious chores become more bearable when accompanied by good music. With the Bose SoundTouch 10 Bluetooth speaker, you can transform any room in your home into a live performance space. The speaker’s compact design allows it to fit almost anywhere. Install the free SoundTouch app on your tablet or smartphone, plug in the speaker, connect it to Wi-Fi, and use your app to control your music.
Simple to Install
Using Bluetooth technology, you can play music directly from your phone or tablet. Connect the speaker to your Wi-Fi network to instantly transform your home into a theatre.
Wireless Internet Access
Access popular music services such as Spotify, Internet radio stations, or your music library wirelessly.
Change as and when you want
You can add more speakers to the SoundTouch 10 to customise it to your needs. Install your home audio system in different rooms so that you can listen to the same music in every room.
This app allows you to browse popular music services and personalise presets so you can listen to your favourite music at the touch of a button.
The six pre-set buttons allow you to save your favorite music, so you don’t have to waste more time looking for them. Assign different types of presets for your playlists or radio stations, and then instantly listen to them by clicking on the set button, so easy.
Bose SoundTouch 10 wireless speaker supports MP3, WMA, AAC, FLAC, and Apple Lossless audio formats.
What’s the difference between Bluetooth and Wi-Fi? And which one should you use?
The primary distinction between the two technologies is that Bluetooth does not necessitate internet access, whereas Wi-Fi does. So, for example, if you want to connect that iPad keyboard to your iPad, you can do so without being connected to the internet. That’s Bluetooth for you.
However, if you want to conduct a Google search on that same iPad, you will require Wi-Fi service. Need more help distinguishing between the two? Consider some of the devices you have at home. Determine whether those devices are Bluetooth, WI-Fi, or both.
A “smart” device may connect using either of these two technologies, and it is sometimes difficult to tell which one you are using. Let’s take a closer look at each technology to get a better understanding.
How does Bluetooth work?
Bluetooth “pairs,” or connects, nearby devices by using short-range radio waves. Bluetooth-enabled devices contain a small computer chip that sends out a signal. This is how Bluetooth devices communicate with one another. And what’s the story behind the amusing name? Bluetooth is “derived from the medieval Danish king Harald Bland, or Harold Bluetooth,” according to Grammars’, and “it is a trademarked name,” so the term is always capitalized.
How does Wi-Fi work in speakers?
Wi-Fi, like Bluetooth, employs radio waves. Wi-Fi, like Bluetooth, connects devices that are close to each other. The secret ingredient in Wi-Fi, however, is internet access. Wi-Fi connects to the internet, typically via a wireless router. Wi-Fi is also available at public Wi-Fi hotspots.
So, if you have a Wi-Fi device but are unable to connect to an internet signal, you will be unable to fully utilize your device. Assume you take your Wi-Fi-enabled iPad to a friend’s house. You won’t be able to connect to the internet on your iPad until they give you their home Wi-Fi password. However, you can still access all of the content that has already been downloaded to your tablet.
Make a wise entertaining choice for yourself!