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Polaroid Universal Bluetooth Wireless Mini Speaker Compatible With All Devices, Blue

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  • Product Group: Wireless Accessories
  • Product Type: Bluetooth Speakers
  • Product Brand: Pyle

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Product Description

Works with All Bluetooth Devices Including: Android Smartphones & Tablets, iPhone 4/4S/5/5S/5C/6, Kindle Fire HD, iPad 3/4/Air, Galaxy S3/S4/S5, Nexus 4/5/7, iPad Mini, Galaxy Tab 3, Laptops Comes in Seven Stylish Colors, Great For Traveling and outdoor Actives Integrated Bluetooth Wireless Technology, Connect Wirelessly Up To 33 Feet Away Incredible Sound Quality From A Compact Speaker, Built-In Amplifier, Provide Crystal And Clear Sound Performance Polaroid - Instantly Recognizable, Instantly Reassuring. Lets You Know You've Purchased A Product That Exemplifies The Best Quality Of Our Brand

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Technical Details
Item Weight136 g
Product Dimensions9.5 x 9.5 x 8.9 cm
Batteries:1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
Item model numberPBT505BL
Additional Information
Date First Available23 July 2015

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Amazon.com: 3.4 out of 5 stars 16 reviews
21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Quite loud. Okay battery. 30 November 2014
By Brandon - Published on Amazon.com
This is a pretty good portable speaker. I got it from BigLots for $6.88 on Black Friday (usually $10.) That said, I found it cheap enough to take it apart for further analysis, more on that later. The sound produced from this product is better than most portable speakers. It's definitely bearable; it can be loud enough to fill a room and holds some slight to moderate bass within a short distance. One noticeable issue that I think was designed to be beneficial was that the speaker cuts out audio when there is no audio signal playing. I can imagine that this was to reduce any interference to be played through the speaker when you choose not to play any audio. This only causes a short clipping of the maybe half a second when you start playing audio. The reason this is mentionable is because if you connect it to a computer and you, at the moment, are not playing music and get an audio alert it will not play the first bit of it. In my scenario, a Facebook audio alert. You will notice the alert but the first part will not be played. As this device is meant for music this fact could be negligible but that is up to the user and what they plan to use it for. When connecting to the speaker through Bluetooth it takes my devices about 40 seconds to automatically connect. It flashes rapidly a blue LED when turned on and able to pair. After it pairs it still flashes that LED but slower, even when playing music, so... always. It can be annoying. I suggest covering it with a small piece of electrical tape.

Now on to some technical bits. The speaker lasts roughly one hour of continuous music playing. When it is near depleting its battery it will play a sound that is like the busy signal when you call somebody. It will play this every eight seconds for just about two minutes until it shuts off. If you take the portable speaker apart you will see four components: the speaker, a plastic shell covering the speaker, a Bluetooth microchip and the battery. My purpose behind dissembling the speaker was that I was disappointed with the one hour battery life. The reason behind the disappointing battery life is a low capacity Li-Po battery; only 350mAh! Aside from the low capacity what is more alarming is that it's a pretty big battery. If you're interested, on the battery it states "SURE 3.7V 350MAH." Cellphone batteries this size these days are the same voltage and have 1300mAh and up. It is disappointing to see the battery is the cut corner when the speaker is relatively good. Overall it's a nice Bluetooth portable speaker. A good gift, too!

~ Volume
~ Quality sound
~ Bluetooth (worked through walls)

~ No volume controls on unit
~ Annoying constant blue blinking LED
~ Short battery life (I consider it short since a higher capacity should have been included)
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Busy Signal Explained 25 November 2015
By Kelly Pickell - Published on Amazon.com
This is an "okay" speaker. It works pretty well most of the time and sounds good. But one annoying thing we discovered right away was the loud "busy signal". A few minutes of searching and we learned that this is a "low battery" alert, common in many bluetooth speakers. Shutting off the speaker, charging it for a few hours, and then turning it back on will fix the problem. It's important to note that you can't really charge this device while it's playing. You will still be draining the battery even when it's plugged in if it's being used. So shut it off completely and then charge it. A full charge takes a couple hours. You also want to make sure the device is shut off when it's not being used. Keeping it turned on will drain the battery as it remains in "search" mode continually working to find the next signal.

Once we knew how to charge it properly it was fine, and we're able to avoid the busy signal warning by keeping it turned off and charging when not in use.

One other word of caution (learn from my fail) is that you can only sync one of these speakers to a device. So you can't buy two of them just because they're cheap and think you'll have stereo sound--only one can be synced to a device at a time.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars If I could get rid of the busy signal it ... 30 August 2015
By mistermackum - Published on Amazon.com
If I could get rid of the busy signal it would be OK. It has nothing to do with charging the unit. I have it plugged in to the wall. It's compleatly unusable.
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Busy Signal Dial Tone Interruption 24 December 2014
By Zari Chacon - Published on Amazon.com
I really liked this speaker until a busy signal dial tone came up every 5 secs while playing music, I've tried everything from changing the source, to music, charging it overnight etc. Still, no success, has anybody else had this problem? I also bought this at BigLots for $10
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars They seemed like a good deal 8 January 2016
By Herbmom - Published on Amazon.com
I bought several of these at Smith's for $7.99. They seemed like a good deal. When I finally tried it out it was okay in a quiet room. When I tried to use it with my tablet for listening while doing dishes it wasn't very loud. I took 6 units back. The customer service guy said that he also tried one out and didn't feel it was very loud. Would be good for a kid that you don't want to play it loud. There is no volume control.

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