Introducing the Bluetooth Soundbar 2.1: A Smart Sound Solution
If you have been closely following the development of soundbar in the past few years, you may already know the convenience that comes with this life-changing product. The majority of soundbars on the market allow users to easily connect their mobile devices to them and begin to play their music. In many ways, soundbar is the evolved version of the traditional audio equipment that people used to rely on, and several major electronic manufacturers have released their own versions of soundbars. TechDesign also has a similar solution from our partner at Coetec Microelectronics Ltd and we want to share it with you all.
A smart sound solution
The product is a Bluetooth soundbar that is made of optical fiber and coaxial. In order to qualify for a smart sound solution, it also comes with Bluetooth and an interface for 2.1 soundbars. On top of that, the soundbar is equipped with a class D power amplifier which allows it to effortlessly amplify sound while maintaining a high sound quality. Additionally, the soundbar is also designed to by energy efficient, so users never have to worry about the soundbar consuming too much electricity. If you think these are all the features that the soundbar possesses, then you are clearly underestimating its value. The soundbar also uses 2.4G wireless technology that lets it wirelessly transmit sound from the audio bass.
If you think these are all the features that the soundbar possesses, then you are clearly underestimating its value. The soundbar also uses 2.4G wireless technology that lets it wirelessly transmit sound from the audio bass. Other supporting features include a built-in professional DSP, SRS, a dynamic bass, other algorithms. All add-ons enable the soundbar to efficiently reduce the sound field.
In case you are wondering how to best incorporate the soundbar into your house, then you should know that its Bluetooth function has made connection wickedly simple and intuitive. As long as your smart device has Bluetooth connectivity, then you shouldn’t worry about not being able to play your music out through the soundbar. It can start coming out from the soundbar through a tap on your smart device. So users no longer have to worry about where to position the soundbar like they used to have while using traditional audio devices.
If you are interested in learning more about the soundbar, you can check out its profile on TechDesign.com. We will continue to bring you more reference designs from our partners so stay tuned. If you have any questions for us, please don’t hesitate to send them our way.