Kinivo M2 Bluetooth 2.1 wireless speaker frees you up

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Going the wireless route is the way of the future, especially when there are no pesky wires or cables for you to worry about. Not only that, there will not be any more time spent looking for generations of dust bunnies who would have set up a very nice family reunion all over the cables located behind the cabinet or console. Well, there are various wireless/Bluetooth speakers to choose from in the market, but why not get something that is functional as well as aesthetically pleasing? This is where the Kinivo M2 Bluetooth 2.1 wireless speaker comes in, where the asking price is at an extremely affordable $60, and yet it packs in quite the performance.

The Kinivo M2 Bluetooth 2.1 wireless speaker will pack 56W of power, where that is more than enough to deliver room-filling sound that is normally reserved for speakers which cost up to three times as much, where the entire shebang has been crammed into a couple of compact, sleek speakers that will blend in well with modern décor, courtesy of the quality materials used, a smooth black finish, craft wood subwoofer, and copper accents.

Even better yet, the stylish system will communicate with the active subwoofer, where it produces superior, deep bass, and this can be discreetly hidden and controlled remotely. Kinivo Director of Product Management Henry Wong, shared, “Whether you’re hosting a dinner party or want to freshen up your workspace this season, the M2’s sleek design makes it easy to add stylish audio to any room. Our spring deal gives listeners twice the sound for half the price.”

Hooking up the Kinivo M2 is a snap, whether you would want it to jive with your home entertainment system or workspace, since there is no need at all for any kind of complicated set-up, wire routing or cable clutter, and yet it is more than capable of delivering rich, crisp sound from the audio source. One can wirelessly stream from any Bluetooth-enabled mobile device, so that audio from your smartphone or tablet can fill up a room instantly, or you can plug into the speakers directly through the auxiliary input.

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David Beyer Says: May 17, 2015 at 8:55 pm

I’d like to try headphones

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