We love our music, and the fact we can carry it with us in our pockets, makes it even more a part of our lives. Relying on your smartphone's speaker to get the party started will leave you disappointed. No worries, Bradley Hasemeyer has three ways to listen to your tunes, and look retro cool while doing it.
The Emie Radio is a Bluetooth speaker designed like a radio from the ‘50s, but updated with current technology. It will stream music for six hours before needing a recharge. This gadget has great sound, beautiful vintage design, and well-priced. Get one for $43.
These amps were massively popular in the ‘80s, and their classic rocker style lives on in their newest device, the Major II Bluetooth headphones. These things are surprisingly light, fold up for easy travel, and their built-in battery will give you 30 hours of listening time. They also have a built in microphone which means you can make and take calls. These $149 headphones also feature a multidirectional control knob so you can control volume, move through tracks, and answer your phone.
Fluance is known for making speakers that both sound and look fantastic, all at a reasonable price-point. The Fi70 Three-Way Wireless High Fidelity Music System is large and in-charge. Thanks to their quick Bluetooth connection, you'll be streaming your playlists in no time. Touch controls on the top adjust the volume and input, and a USB port on the back lets you charge your phone. The hand-crafted, furniture-grade wood, houses six speakers with integrated amps that will fill any room and satisfy even the most picky audiophile all for about $500.
Get the styles of the past, with the sounds of the present, with these three gadgets!
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