T2 Bluetooth Speaker Waterproof Portable Outdoor Wireless Mini Column Box Speaker
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The T2 Bluetooth Speaker Waterproof Portable Outdoor Wireless Mini Column Box Speaker is a powerful and versatile device. It supports A2DP, AVRCP, and Handsfree profile, and has a Bluetooth Version of V4.1+EDR Class 2. It has a working range of up to 10 meters, and its dimensions are 180mm*63mm*63mm, with a net weight of 600g. It has a 40mm speaker and a Loudspeaker Output of 2*3W, with a Frequency Response of 2KHZ-20KHz, Signal-to-Noise of ≥95dB, and Distortion of ≤0.5%. The Battery Voltage/Capacity is 1800MAH, with a Battery Charging Voltage of 5V±0.5V and a Battery Charge Time of 4hours. The play time values for speakers is 10hours, and the Standby time is 200 hours. The package includes the T2 Bluetooth speaker, a Charging cable for T2, and a Mountaineering hook for T2, as well as a Manual.
The use of mobile phone connection method is simple. First, open the sound at the bottom of the power switch, then open the mobile phone wireless settings and enter the search. When the search is successful, the phone will display T2 and be connected. Then you can turn on the player on the phone to play the song. The connection time will vary depending on the phone brand and the adopted version of the wireless. If a password is needed, enter 0000 on the phone and then press confirm. The key functions include sound, since move out of dialing number, and press button at the top for telephone. When the audio is finished, the hands-free key can be used to hang up the phone and play songs.
The charge using method is to connect to the computer in the attachment USB wire Audio external version. It can also be connected to a 5V/IA power source, such as a mobile phone or tablet. The use of a computer operation method may require the installation of a new wireless driver, depending on the notebook computer version. If pairing is difficult, please call the company's service phone or seek help from a computer operations professional.
Common problem solving methods include checking whether the audio is in a wireless search state, closing other wireless devices