Soundfreaq Sounfreaq SFQ-031 Sound stack bluetooth wireless audio system
About this item
The Soundfreaq SFQ-031 sound kick speaker allows you to stream music wirelessly from any smart device and has a USB charging capability. It also works as an iPhone or iPod doc and has UQ3 spacial enhancement technology for a more immersive audio experience.
Stream audio wirelessly from any smart device with Bluetooth wireless A2DP compatible plus Bluetooth lossless streaming of AAC files with iOS devices
Bluetooth Wireless, 30 Pin Apple Connector, Aux In, Optical In, USB Charging
USB Charging Only
2 x subwoofer speakers
Custom engineered, Kevlar-reinforced drivers, 2 x 3 inch full range speakers, 2 x 3 inch dual Dub-Sub sub-woofer in push-pull configuration
UQ3 Spatial enhancement expand the sound stage, giving a more immersive audio experience that sounds natural and spatially engaging
Digital Optical audio line in accepts input from any device with Optical line out including Apple TV
USB charging port provides variable power up to 2.5V to charge mobile phones, smart phones, headsets and other portable devices with USB charging interface
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