“One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” ~ Bob Marley
Music in itself is healing. It’s an explosive expression of humanity. It’s something we are all touched by. No matter what culture we’re from, everyone loves music.Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.
With a demand for high quality streaming audio services on-the-go, drives growth in the wireless Bluetooth speaker market. Bluetooth speaker makers are enabling more fully featured wireless speakers with exceptional audio output.Wireless Bluetooth speakers work with nearly all smartphones (Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry) and many Android tablets, as well as all iPhone’s, iPad’s, and all iPod Touch models.
Presenting the Top 5 fully integrated, hi-tech Bluetooth Speakers that will blow your EARS away.
Geneva AeroSphère Large (Priced at $749)
True, this is a large system, but not nearly as large as it could be considering how much raw audio power it’s working with. You get two of both 1-inch tweeters and 4-inch woofers with a 6-inch up-firing subwoofer rattling the windows.
Bose SoundTouch Outdoor Wireless System (Priced at: $899)Designed to operate exclusively in the open air and to withstand inclement weather, the Outdoor Wireless uses a pair of 251 speakers that are hardy enough to survive the apocalypse and clean enough to due justice to your Celine collection. Each speaker carries a set of full-range speakers along with a woofer housed in bodies built for abuse.
House of Marley One Foundation (Priced at: $1,100) A 220-watt, 2-way system, the One Foundation has a couple of screaming silk-domed tweeters that are supported admirably by twin 5 1/4-inch, wood-fiber impregnated/pressed-fiber cones sunk into an acoustic chamber that brings the bass out. Crank it up, and it’s sure to satisfy your soul.
Mu-So by Naim Audio (Priced at: $1,499)The Mu-So is not exclusively a Bluetooth device, but rather a whole wireless audio streaming system. It can use AirPlay, Wi-Fi, internet radio, and might be able to pick up HAM signals with a little rewiring. Behind the curtain is six full 75-watt amplifiers complete with 32-Bit DSP for sound you can sink your teeth into.