The wireless Bluetooth speaker trend is to be small, portable and of course produce amazing sound. While some speakers are trying to be conversational pieces that make your party pop, others are trying to blend in with your surroundings.
Hidden Radio 2 is not actually a radio; it is a portable and stylish Bluetooth speaker that produces 360-degree audio at up to ninety decibels of volume. The neodymium dual speaker system has a dynamic range covering bass beats like a large floor speaker and hitting the high notes of smaller speakers for amazing sound at any level. The device uses a capacitive-touch top for opening the speaker, adjusting the volume, picking a song or even taking a call, acting as a speakerphone with noise cancelling microphones for clarity. Using the Hidden Radio 2 app, anyone can pair a speaker quickly to their smart device, control several speakers in different rooms, set two speakers in stereo mode and even create an alarm clock for waking up to your favorite tunes.
Hidden Radio 2 uses an internal battery for power giving the listener up to fifteen hours of playtime and is rechargeable through a micro USB connection. Hidden Radio 2 will retail for an estimated 200 bucks and is due to be released in June of 2014. You can grab one of the first speakers released for a discount by supporting their Kickstarter campaign.
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