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Friday, 1 February 2013

Yamaha introduces portable bluetooth speakers

Yamaha portable speakers
Music lovers got some music devices to enjoy their favorite tracks. Yamaha has introduced a range of audio devices which includes portable speakers and micro-systems. The Bluetooth feature connectivity for the very first time in the company's line-up.

Makers of these new portable speakers has added Bluetooth connectivity options because of its simple and solid data compression for streaming music. Produces an app, DTA controller which uses Bluetooth rather than requiring a Wi-Fi connection to control devices. Added to a number of Yamaha audio products that features an iPhone/iPod like ISX-B820 or TSX-B232. The update to the PDX-11 Portable Dock, PDX-B11 which does away with a physical dock altogether that relies solely on Bluetooth. Apple possibly updates its 30-pin connector which may have been a motivating factor in the initial steps of Bluetooth.

Yamaha shows interest in broadening its appeal to all the consumers including Android users. Bluetooth has been criticized in some audiophile circles for its compression ability with people complaining that it is limited dynamic range.Proponents of technology maintains that the current Bluetooth audio quality is a vast improvement over earlier incarnations which certainly in the realm of portable docks and only keenest of ears could notice any genuine degradation. Stream tunes wirelessly to the PDX-B11 from your favorite Bluetooth-compatible portable player or laptop. System is compatible with iPhones, iPads, Android smart phones and tablets. The compact PDX-B11 runs on AC power or batteries.


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