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Anker Soundcore mini, Super-Portable Bluetooth Speaker with 15-Hour Playtime, 66-Foot Bluetooth Range, Enhanced Bass Microphone

$38.00

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Woofer/Widerange material: Paper

Wireless Type: Bluetooth

Waterproof: Yes

Voice Control: No

Use: Home

Tweeter type: Cone

Tweeter material: Other

Total Harmonic Distortion: 1%

Support Memory Card: Yes

Support Apt-x: No

Support APP: No

Special Feature: Wireless, Portable

Speaker Type: Portable

Sound Mode: Extra Bass Mode

Sensivity: 87dB

Sabwoofer cabinet material: Metal

Remote Control: No

Power Source: Battery,USB

Playback Function: Radio,mp3

PMPO: 5W

Output Power: 5W

Origin: Mainland China

Number of Loudspeaker Enclosure: 1

Mid-range material: Paper

Material: Metal

Interface Type: 3.5mm, USB

Input/Output: USB

Input Power(W): <25 W

Impedance: 4 Ohm

Frequency Range: 100Hz-20KHz

Feature: Phone Function

Display Screen: No

Display Screen: Yes

Control: Volume control,Playback,EQ

Communication: Wireless

Communication: AUX,USB

Codecs: sbc

Channels: 1

Certification: CE,FCC,RoHS,WEEE

Category: Speakers

Cabinet Material: Plastic

Built-in Microphone: Yes

Brand Name: ANKER

Bluetooth Version: 5.0

Battery: Yes

Audio Crossover: Full-Range

Active Noise-Cancellation: Active

Acoustic enclosure: Passive radiator

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