Tips For Buy A Best Bluetooth Speaker

Here i would like to teach you four key point to buy Bluetooth speakers. In accordance with these four points can choose the most suitable Bluetooth speakers.
1.Sound Quality
Let’s talk about the sound quality, a speaker’s sound quality depends on its sound unit quality, channel and Bluetooth transfer sound quality loss. Currently on the Bluetooth speaker market, there are mono, 2.0 channel, 2.1 channel, 2.1 +1 channel and 2.2 channel in accordance with the number of channels. The bigger the number of channels on behalf of its voice unit, the better performance. 2.0 and 2.1 channel Bluetooth speakers are the largest products, they are not only cost-effective but the most worthy of our purchase.
As for the sound quality of Bluetooth transfer loss, because most of the Bluetooth speakers on the market are equipped with Bluetooth 4.0 and 4.1 standards, we still need tolerance to face it. It does not affect the user experience. Of course, the high version of the Bluetooth standard is also equipped with a number of speakers.
2. Be Practical
A lot of poor sound quality speaker always add some unpractical function as gimmick to promote, such as card player, NFC, lanterns, etc. They look cool, but no use on the practical application. The second step is to recognize the needs of Bluetooth speakers, do not forget the reason you want to have a Bluetooth speaker at first.
If you buy speakers at home is to enjoy a better audio-visual and entertainment experience, then buy a Bluetooth speaker with input / USB audio. If you like to listen to music in the car, you can buy a hands-free call feature Bluetooth speaker which release your hands more safe driving. When you buy Bluetooth speakers, you do not need too fancy features, according to the actual needs to buy speaker is the most sensible decision.
3. Endurance
There are two scenarios when you use Bluetooth speakers, one is the desktop use, the other is outdoors use. We do not have to worry too much about the endurance of the desktop, but the battery life of outdoor use is very important, for example, we can share the music when go camping or travel. It would be very disappointing if the Bluetooth speaker just play two hours. So you need pay special attention to the battery life when you pick Bluetooth speakers.
4. Reasonable Budget
There are many consumers think expensive Bluetooth speakers must have good qualities, it is not. Now the price of normal Bluetooth speakers generally under 1000 dollars, but there are also some high-end products. This high-end refers only to the price, it does not mean fit, consumers do not need to spend too much in this respect.
For ordinary consumers, Bluetooth speaker under thousand dollars is enough. For the consumers have enough budget and higher music requirement, 2000-5000 dollars products would fit the needs, I believe BOSESony, JBLYamaha these brands must have your satisfaction.


Tips Before You Buy An Earphone

Think about how you will use them
Everyone uses earphones a little differently – listening to music while working out, tuning out background noise on the bus, train or plane, hearing a mix onstage in a personal monitoring system or being able to make and receive calls while listening to music, a podcast or an audio book. The more features you add (onboard volume control, multiple drivers, detachable cable), the more earphones will cost you.
Are you going to use them every day of the week on the way to work, school or on the train? Another consideration is how careful you are. Will you place them back in a carrying case or toss them in the bottom of your gym bag? Which family members are likely to borrow them from time to time? (And how careful are they likely to be?)
Sound isolation considerations
Sound Isolating™ earphones, like the ones that Shure makes, work passively the same way that earplugs do. Soft, pliable sleeves fit snugly into the ear and physically block outside noise from entering the ear. Sound isolation works across the entire audible spectrum and in all kinds of environments without the need for batteries.
Let’s say, though, that you’re a runner and like to listen to a playlist on your morning jog or training for your next 10K. Then, safety becomes a factor. You may want to choose non-Sound Isolating earphones that will allow you to hear ambient sound – a person’s voice, traffic noises, car horns or train whistles.
Comfort as a critical factor
For many users, comfort is just as important as audio quality. You’re not going to insert something into your ear that doesn’t feel good. Getting it right can take a little experimentation and patience.
For Sound Isolating earphones especially, the fit is critically important to seal the ear canal. That’s why manufacturers package multiple sizes and styles of sleeves with their earphones. These sets of sleeves – generally foam or silicone – can effectively block most ambient sound. Aftermarket manufacturers (Sensaphonics is one) also offer custom-fit sleeves for a variety of earphones, including Shure’s.
Bluetooth Sport Earbuds
Also a matter of personal taste is where the cable is located. Do the earphones tend to fall out during exercise? Does the cable interfere with your sunglasses?
Straight down: The most common type (think of the earbuds that came with your first iPod), these are worn with cable hanging straight down. The cable can be positioned in back or front.
Over the ear: Provides stability for active use. The secure fit is one reason why this type of cable architecture is found on most professional-grade earphones. The cable can be worn in back or front.
Sound quality
To produce sound, earphones employ a variety of types and quantities of miniature speakers, more commonly known in the audio industry as drivers. Here are a few considerations that apply to sound quality and determining what’s good for you:
Are you listening or working / performing?
The type of music you listen to.
Other audio equipment you own.
Quantity of drivers
An earphone with only one driver per side (a single-driver earphone) can produce sound throughout the entire audible range (normally between 20Hz and 20kHz). So why would anyone ever use more than one driver? Because there are limitations to what a single driver can do. Here are a few:
It might not get very loud before distorting
The “curve” of the sound (the relative levels of frequencies from low to high) can be limited
Any changes must be applied through EQ or other processing
To counter the limitations of single driver earphones, it is common to include multiple drivers in each side. Special filtering is applied to further segregate the range of frequencies, allowing one driver to focus only on a specific range. This can increase efficiency and the overall level that can be reached. It is not unlike the technology used in normal stereo speakers. The incoming audio signal is split into two or more audio paths (depending on the number of drivers), and each path is optimized for a specific frequency range.
It is not guaranteed that a multi-driver earphone will outperform a single-driver earphone. In fact, poorly designed multiple driver earphones can cause anomalies or artifacts in the frequency response that may lead to dissatisfaction for a music listener or worse, inaccurate performances or mixes for musicians and sound engineers.

Tips Before You Buy An Earphone

Soon people wanted better sound from their portable players, and that meant something other than ubiquitous white earbuds. Now over a decade later, the explosion of models, styles, features and costs can be a little overwhelming. So many brands, colors, pop stars and prices. Here’s how to pick out the perfect set for you. Here’s some helpful information that may keep you out of the weeds when you’re trying to decide.
Two-way and three-way crossovers
A two-way crossover typically splits the audio signal into two separate channels: high and low. The high signal would be routed to a high-frequency driver (often called a “tweeter”) and the low signal would be routed to a low-frequency driver (often called a “woofer”). The frequency at which the signals split is called the “crossover point,” which is where one range ends and another begins. When designed properly, the resulting sound might be more expansive with a stronger bass response.
A three-way crossover is similar to a two-way but would include another crossover point, making three distinct frequency ranges: low, mid and high. A three-way design can offer even more sound level at an even higher quality if it is implemented properly.
Frequency range
Like many listening products, earphones usually specify a frequency range that is measured inHertz(abbreviated as Hz). Frequency response is the range of bass, mids and trebles. Twenty to 20,000 Hz (or 20 kHz) is generally accepted as the audible frequency range for humans, so it’s the standard for most earphones. But it can be a nearly meaningless metric, since few audio companies measure frequency response in exactly the same way, and what’s in the center of the response range (human hearing) is what really matters the most.
Earphones may be relatively small, but they face plenty of abuse. Cables get wrapped around our smartphones or MP3 players. They are subjected to all kinds of weather conditions. They end up in the bottom of our gym bags and briefcases. Many of the problems associated with earphones are the result of damaged cables. That makes features like detachable, multi-length and reinforced cables important to the longevity of your earphones.
Earphones come in all kinds, sizes, shapes, and varieties. Choosing the right earphone for you depends on what you like, dislike, and prefer. Some users prefer to have smaller more portable devices, while others prefer better sound quality. No matter what you want, it is important to do a little research and decide which type of earphone fits your personality best.

The Differences of Earphones, Headphones,Headset and Earbuds


Headphones  are ear coverings attached to a headband that fit over a person’s head and emit sounds from outside of the ear. Headphones were heavy and clunky when they were first designed, but over time they became slim and compact.

Earphones, on the other hand, are designed to fit directly into the ear. They are small and unobtrusive. With the invention of the iPod earphones have become an accessory in their own right. Some earphones are minimalist and designed to be unseen by the public while others are decorated with rhinestones and bright colors so that they can be noticed by everyone.

Just like earphones differ from headphones there are three subcategories of earphones that offer different benefits and features to consumers. Anyone who has used one of the ubiquitous iPhones or iPods from Apple is familiar with earbuds. Standard earbuds fit inside the ear but remain outside of the ear canal. They are small in size and very lightweight. Since they fit inside the ear there is less sound leakage than earphones that fit slightly outside of the ear. In general a person standing near to a user who is wearing earbuds might be able to hear some sound coming from the earphones, but they won’t be able to make out words. Earbuds  can sometimes be uncomfortable when a user wears them for extended periods of time.

Headset, A headset is a hardware device that connects to a telephone or computer that allow the user to talk and listen while keeping their hands free. Headsets are commonly used in technical support and customer service centers and allows the employee to talk to a customer while typing information into a computer. The picture shows a USB headset from Logitech with a microphone, which is primarily used by online coline computer gamers to communicate with on another while they play.

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Tips to Keep Headphones In Your Ears When Running

Sick of your in-ear headphones always falling out when you’re out jogging, but don’t really want to spend the extra cash on a specialized set of headphones? Redditor wtp points out the easiest method to keep earbuds in is to simply wrap them over your ear.
This is one of those dead simple ideas that might make you feel a little silly if you haven’t thought of it yourself, but it works great and costs zero dollars. If you’d prefer a more hacked together approach you can always make your own hooks from twist ties.
Tips: Have some tips of your own for keeping headphones from falling out? Please comment and share your experience.


How to Fix All Common Bluetooth Problems?

As a useful tool, Bluetooth helps us a lot and provides convenience in our daily life. However, we may meet many Bluetooth problems when we use it as well. Such as “Bluetooth connected but no sound”. Below is a list of videos to solve your all kinds of Bluetooth problems:

Bluetooth not working windows 10!
How to Fix Bluetooth Not Working In Windows 8.1
How to Connect Bluetooth devices in windows 10
How to show / add bluetooth icon in windows 10 taskbar
How to find bluetooth in your pc or laptop
Bluetooth not working!
Bluetooth Not working disappeared!
How to Fix Bluetooth’s Problem!
How to fix Bluetooth in windows 7 [ No download required!]
How to get your wireless adapters back in device manager if they are not being showed up there ?
Bluetooth disconnects randomly Windows 10 /8?
Bluetooth pairing problems Windows 10, 8?
Setup Bluetooth Windows 10 / 8
Bluetooth Connected but no sound!
Bluetooth Not show in device manager!
Bluetooth connected but not working!
Bluetooth device not connecting windows 10/ 8
Set Bluetooth Device In Windows 10!
Tips: If the above videos cannot solve your problem, leave your questions in comments and we will try to help you deal with it.

How do I connect a Bluetooth headphone to PS3?

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Pairing a Bluetooth Headset or Device
  1. In the home menu, go to (Settings) > [Accessory Settings].
  2. Select the "Manage Bluetooth® Devices" option to register (or "pair") a Bluetooth-compatible device with the PS3.
  3. If no Bluetooth device is paired with the PS3, the message The Bluetooth® device has not been registered. Do you want to register? Highlight "Yes" and press the X button.
  4. If a Bluetooth device has been paired with the PS3, a list of all the Bluetooth devices will appear. To pair a new Bluetooth device, highlight Register New Device and press the X button.
  5. Only one Bluetooth headset can be registered (paired) to a PS3 at a time. If you wish to use another Bluetooth headset, you must unregister the previous headset from the PS3.
  6. You will see the message To register (pair), you will need to prepare the Bluetooth® device. For information on preparing the device, refer to the instructions supplied with the Bluetooth® device.
  7. This means that the PS3 will scan for any Bluetooth device that is within range. Make sure you have placed the Bluetooth device into "pair" mode. Check the manual of your Bluetooth device for details on placing the Bluetooth device into "pair" mode.
  8. Once you've prepared your Bluetooth headset to pair, press the button to "Start Scanning".
  9. If the scan is successful, then the PS3 will list the Bluetooth devices that are ready to be registered (paired) and are within range.  Press the button to continue. If no device is shown, then it is likely you have not correctly prepared the device to be registered (paired). Please consult the documentation of your Bluetooth device for "pairing" instructions.
  10. At this point you may need to enter your Bluetooth device's pass key in order to complete the pairing process. The pass key is a security measure that helps to ensure a secure connection between the Bluetooth device and the PS3. Default pass key is 0000 or 1234. If you don't know the correct pass key, consult the instructions for your Bluetooth device. Press the X button to begin entering the Pass Key.
  11. Use the on-screen keyboard to enter your Bluetooth device's pass key.
  12. Move the cursor onto the green Enter button and press the X button.
  13. You should now see your correct pass key in the center of the screen. Use the D-pad to highlight OK, and press the X button.
  14. Once the pairing is complete, you'll see this confirmation page. This means your Bluetooth device shares a secure, wireless connection with the PS3. Press the X button to continue.   Image result for PS3
Setting Your Newly Paired Device as Input/Output Device (for headsets)
After the Bluetooth headset has been successfully registered (paired) with the PS3, you must set it as the default Input / Output Audio device before it can be used.
  1. In the home menu, go to (Settings) > [Accessory Settings] > [Audio Device Settings] and press the X button.
  2. Highlight [Input Device] and press the button. This is where you select the microphone for voice chat. Scroll up and down until you find your desired device and press the X button.
  3. The [Output Device] will automatically change to match the selected [Input Device]. This setting will allow you to hear other players' voice chat message on the Bluetooth headset. If you prefer to hear other player's chat messages on your television or on a connected receiver then you should adjust the [Output Device] to "System Default Device".
  4. Be sure you have the Bluetooth headset turned on when choosing the input and output device. If the Bluetooth device is off, the name of a that device will be "grayed-out" in Output Device and Input Device and you will not be able to choose it as an [Input Device] or an [Output Device]. If the Bluetooth device is turned on but the device name still appears “grayed-out” then you should connect the Wireless Headset. Do this by highlighting the headset on the [Input Device] option and press the  X button, then select "Connect." This should light up the device name that's displayed on your screen, allowing you to select it as [Input Device] and [Output Device].
  5. Once the input and output device have been selected, you can test the headset's input/output levels by speaking into the microphone. You should be able to hear your voice over the selected Output Device. If your voice is too soft, you can select [Microphone Level] and press the X button to adjust volume. When you are finished adjusting Audio Device Settings, you should select [OK] and press the X button to return to the home menu.