College life can be hard. From moving into a new place to making new friends, college life can be overwhelming. If you want to make the most out of your college life, you should try to have fun along the way. One way to do this would be to have some entertaining gadgets. Portable speakers are one of the most entertaining gadgets for college students. There are a lot of portable speakers on the market. However, most of them have a design that is specifically geared towards adults. This blog will look at some of the best portable speakers for college students.
College dorm rooms are small. Moving out of your home and into a college dorm is a major life change – but it doesn’t have to be an overwhelming experience. Aside from a laptop, household items for your dorm room should be kept to a minimum, as storage space is limited. With that said, audio can come in the form of your phone or iPod…but if you want bigger sound with more bass, invest in either external Bluetooth speakers that connect to your devices or affordable cheap Bluetooth speakers (if you’re on a budget) can go along way to helping you enjoy playing music & relaxing!
No matter what color sheets you have or what kind of bedspread is on top of your mattress this speaker will fit right in and stand out at the same time with its silicone exterior that’s subtle but easy to hold onto when transporting it back and forth from one place to another. It has some weight to it so it won’t slide around when you pick it up but there’s a sense of softness thanks to the exterior that makes the majority of people think twice before they just put their hands all over it; trying to cleanse the proper way can restore your speaker and keep it looking exactly like how you first received it – no matter whose dorm room you bring it into! This wireless Bluetooth speaker comes fully charged right out of the box yet allows for portable charging through a USB cable whenever necessary. There’s an aux jack as well so if anyone in your dorm still wears headphones this thing should easily connect wirelessly to their device (but probably not at full volume).
What Bose lacks in budget experience, it makes up for in overall sound quality. Ultimately, the sound quality is what matters which is why we shouldn’t be surprised that the SoundLink Color has been met with positive reactions. Though some consumers may consider it a little expensive or overpriced considering its slightly limited range of usability and size options, Bose knows how to deliver impressive customer experiences and even more impressive products.
Bose more than lives up to that old adage: “Batteries not included.” This boombox lasted more than nine hours on one charge, which is enough to play music for a day’s worth of cleaning. And when it finally conked out, it went peacefully in its sleep, like a well-behaved dog. Content: Everyone knows you can’t just have a good product anymore. To get the number of users that make an app take off, you need people who can generate word-of-mouth buzz. Improving the product and releasing new versions are great means to this end but they are not really enough.
In that regard, the Bose speaker makes it known that its budget-priced Bluetooth speaker sets itself apart from manufacturer behemoths like Sony. Though smaller, this tech titan is much more powerful than similarly priced devices in its class. However, there’s one more card up Bose’s sleeve: a sound performance that sounds better than similarly sized units in the marketplace.
Here’s a system that took me a while to put together. The bass is heavy and reverberates with even tones. There’s no lack of clarity in the mids, either—the highs are clear and easily distinguishable at virtually any volume.
While we admit that the UE Boom is our top choice for this project, it’s not the only one we’ve thought of. We understand that some people might not want to spend money on a wireless speaker and would rather look for something else.
The Bose SoundLink Color goes above the competition in this category and brings a lot of exceptional sound quality that can be attributed to its eco-friendly design. It may cost more than other Bluetooth speakers, but it certainly delivers.
When deciding on the perfect speaker for yourself, you should consider a few factors. If sound performance and battery life are the only features that matter to you as a customer, then picking up this Bose Bluetooth speaker should help meet your needs. However, keep in mind that Bose’s otherwise lenient policy of not adding many other features to their speakers might seem lacking to some others especially those who regularly attend music festivals or listen to their favorite tunes outdoors at least once per week or month.
The SoundLink Color will not charge your device, but it does support NFC. It also lacks a microphone, so you’ll want to bear in mind you’ll need to keep your phone nearby if you need to take any incoming calls – after all, this speaker will only deliver the tunes!
This wireless speaker makes it easy to adjust treble, bass, and other settings with your fingertips. You can even control volume and playback functions from your phone or tablet via Bluetooth. The rechargeable lithium-ion battery lasts for more than 10 hours of playtime when fully charged. For convenience, an included Micro USB cord lets you charge the speaker in four hours or less. You can connect another device to the speaker’s audio port for a convenient all-around setup. This speaker comes in multiple colors.
One of the reasons why people buy Bluetooth speakers is because they consider sound quality. If a speaker can’t produce good tonal quality and impactful bass, why would anyone bother? The DOSS SoundBox Touch is not meant to be audiophile-grade but it does offer more than decent sound for your money.
This speaker comes with a nice, solid design that you don’t need to worry about sound distortion even at the highest volume. It has two 6W drivers which provide reliable and ample performance but they don’t have a customized equalizer.
The controls located on the top are flexible and can be adjusted depending on the screen you are in. The round button allows you to control the volume by tapping it once to turn up your volume or hold and drag your finger either clockwise or counterclockwise to turn it down. The pause/play button can be used to receive and end calls, but what many don’t know is that if you hold it for a moment, it also activates Siri (this feature will not work until you update). The Mode button allows you to switch between inputs, but if you hold it, your phone enters Vibrate mode (if ‘Vibrate on Ring’ is disabled).
The device not only allows you to use a microphone while it is charging but there is also an auxiliary jack so that you can plug in some headphones and listen to music using the built-in speaker. It also has a great Micro SD card slot for playing back files saved on your card.
The DOSS Soundbox Touch carries a 33ft Bluetooth range and there are faster versions of Bluetooth available, but in many cases, it’s the versions before 5.0 that can provide the best connection (since software such as Wi-Fi and mobile data can cause interference). For better audio quality, you can connect via sound cable too!
The Angle 3 Bluetooth speaker has a special triangular shape that allows it to project sound on all sides, producing a more uniform audio experience. It also sports internal drivers that facilitate powerful sound quality. Whether you’re relaxing in your room or taking the speaker with you on the go, this little wireless unit connects to your devices within a range of 100 feet, creating little unnecessary distractions so your music can stay front and center at all times. This water-resistant speaker also boasts a battery with the power to last up to 14 hours without drying out completely, adding yet another versatile feature for your enjoyment.
We have no major complaints regarding the performance but there are a few small glitches we would like to mention.
The controls are well-designed and quite intuitive. The buttons are responsive, and it may take you a little while to figure them out, but after doing so, the controls will seem second nature. Our only complaint is that no matter what we did, we couldn’t get the volume controls on these headphones to control the volume on our phone. That’s not really a huge problem, but it’s definitely something worth considering for anyone who plans to use these headphones with their handset.
We didn’t have any complaints about the quality of this speaker. It can definitely withstand a few splashes of water and it can be used as a shower speaker, but we still prefer something that’s fully waterproof when it comes to shower speakers.
We are excited about the music performance we obtain from this speaker, and with its impressive battery life, we’re confident that you will be too. The best feature of this speaker is its auto-off timer; it shuts off after 15 minutes of inactivity so that considerably reduces wasted battery life. Another awesome feature is that when the speaker’s battery level reaches low (approximately 15%) the volume is automatically limited to half of its normal output to preserve the speaker’s remaining power.
With a low price and two auxiliary ports, these bookshelf speakers are a solid choice for one’s dorm room stereo system. The additional features that the auxiliary ports offer allow one to connect to other devices and even use the speakers with their personal headphones. However, if one is only using the speakers in their room, those aux ports can be connected without any problems via RCA cables. Buttons on the device’s side permit fine-tuning of bass and treble levels along with volume control – all remotely controlled by personal universal remotes or infrared repeaters. Furthermore, this dome tweeter produces crystal clear audio for an enjoyable listening experience throughout your dorm room space. Of course, it goes without saying that you’re also able to enjoy your music at times when cell phones around you are silenced by simply turning off the two auxiliary ports of concern.
The exterior of the speaker case is made with natural wood as well as cherry wood. There are two different colors available, black and brown. I have the black version, and it’s sleek and chic looking.
The GHB comes with wireless remote control. The remote has 12 buttons that can be used for switching between inputs and skipping through tracks. It also has volume controls and plays/pause functionality! For further fine-tuning, you would need to use the * located on the side of the left speaker unit.
Setup for the Edifier R1280DB Bookshelf speakers is fairly simple, even easier if you’re using a desktop. Just plug in the satellite speaker using the attached wire and connect one end of the cable to your music source and also connect the other end of the wire to your subwoofer (or whatever device you’re connecting). Meanwhile on mobile devices, just make sure you have Bluetooth enabled and activate it before pairing by pressing the voice button. Hold down the power button on your speaker until you see that it’s ready to be paired. Your unique Bluetooth code will then appear on your mobile device, but it would ideally be best if your device has a display brightness that can be turned up so as not to mistake any digits while pairing.
Using Bluetooth is great because it works on a computer, there’s no need to connect it using WIFI. Although the wireless connection still isn’t as strong or effective as wires are, they get the job done very quickly. However, one major downside to this headphone is that it lacks support for AptX which when supported produces a much better listening experience over Bluetooth.
While I do use the speakers on a daily basis in Bluetooth mode, I have them permanently connected to my PC using an RCA cable. Luckily, this device has multiple inputs. All that needs to be done is simply switch back and forth between input modes by using the remote control when you’re listening to another source than your PC.
The Edifier R1280DB Bookshelf speakers come equipped with four-inch bass drivers and thirteen pancake-shaped tweeters. This setup results in a satisfying low end, and the balance is clear as well. At its highest volume setting, the bass delivers a powerful punch. The audio at this level is also remarkably smooth, so you don’t have to worry about hearing any unwanted distortion.
As a general rule, any speaker at its loudest will fill the room that’s directly in front of it. However, the further away from the source, the sound is being heard, the softer it will generally be. This means that for home theater purposes, it’s recommended that most users position their speakers strategically around a room to ensure high-fidelity audio. Note: If your opponent’s favorite song features instances of piercing sounds like distorted guitars or alarms – this word is especially strong.
With this speaker, you can listen to your favorite music while sitting in your dorm and also when you go out with friends. It connects wirelessly and lets you go back and forth between songs on two different devices at once so that you can always stay up to date on the newest hits or the songs that have been going over well in clubs lately! Battery life is a total of 12 hours which is quite impressive given its size. Not only is it waterproof but it also features JBL connect+, allowing you to pair multiple speakers together for even better sound coverage.
Bluetooth pairing with both the Android and iOS devices we tested was quick to set up and held strong within the 75-foot range of our home. For larger homes, it may be worth considering a service that extends Bluetooth over Wi-Fi. The wireless connection remains strong when walls and doors are included in your search area, which should keep you covered for most rooms. Outside our test house is where the dropouts began to appear. Even then, a solid connection across a 75-foot radius allows for high-quality streaming music.
The Flip 4 can connect to up to two smartphones or other devices at a time. This is useful if you have friends who frequently argue over what music to play during outings. They can simply take turns controlling the playlist with this speaker.
While JBL claims a battery life of 12 hours of continuous playback, our reviewer’s average was only 8 hours. That’s a pretty big discrepancy and one that you’ll want to bear in mind if you take the Flip 4 out on vacation or if you plan on taking it out for an all-day music listening session at your local festival!
The JBL Flip 4 boasts a powerful and solid bass that will drive you through the most adrenaline-fuelled endeavor. Whether you’re out hiking, running, or just at home enjoying a movie night, the JBL Flip 4 will make sure your ears are left feeling satisfied as well as inspired. However, sometimes the bass gets a bit overwhelming for some reason and when it comes to vocals and lead instruments like guitar strumming, the sound can feel a little small and less prominent in comparison.
What you’re really getting here is a big, deep tone that will get your party going. The focus with this speaker is definitely more on power and volume instead of audiophile refinement. This isn’t so much an issue when it comes to Bluetooth speakers, for the most part. Most Bluetooth speakers, including the Flip 4, are used outdoors where a little more power and bass come in handy to counter the less confined stage! If you have some friends who also use UE products with audio technology software, they can push files in your direction too (via Bluetooth, not Wi-Fi Direct) as I mentioned before.
One of the many reasons you’re going to love this speaker is its compact design and secondly, clear sound. Sometimes college life can feel like sensory overload so having a sleek, shiny gadget to blast great music will give you that much-needed boost on those long days and it’ll be just the thing to get you through finals season! It even has an impact-resistant case which means it’s perfect for taking with you when you travel and don’t want to worry about dropping it or it getting dinged up in your bag or backpack. You can also easily adjust the bass and treble controls located across the top of the device without missing a beat simply by using your fingertips to press any of the buttons.
Filling Sony with a playlist from Spotify and content from my personal music library, test conditions were conducted in both wireless and cable-connected modes. One of the primary reasons for this is that most users are likely to use their speakers wirelessly anyway.
Anker managed to get the lows to scale relatively well without sacrificing quality. Although they were not as compact as I imagined they would be, they did not affect the overall performance of these speakers. While listening to my playlist, there was an element of surprise when one of our deep bass tracks came on and I could feel every beat throughout my body – it was loud but clear. Listening to more electronic genres showed off definitive details of instruments and changes in progressions which are impressive for a pair of speakers this size.
The mids were pleasant and smooth. The only time I heard something a little off was in “Man In the Night” by Kid Cudi when some of the heavier guitars didn’t get lost, but definitely lost some of their crunch and detail. Besides that, vocals and acoustic guitars were fine.
The high end in the Soundcore did indeed have a certain harshness at max volume but only a little. While listening to River by Leon Bridges, I could detect slightly piercing percussion elements but lowering the volume on my phone with just a single click seemed to solve the problem.
The weather outside might be frightful, but the Beats Pill will make everything all right for your holiday party. Its powerful sound combined with a flexible design makes it easy to move it around and connect to other devices in your house. The weatherproof design is perfect for taking to the swimming pool, getting soaked with snow, or even just sitting on wet grass while having a BBQ. As you want it close by while enjoying the party, simply sync it wirelessly with any nearby device and take control of the music from up to 66 feet away.
Measuring 6.9 by 2.3 by 2.2 inches (high, wide, and deep) and weighing 13.4 ounces, XSound Go comes in a black or blue finish and includes a flat front-facing grille instead of an upward-firing one, as many comparable models do. Dual 40mm 8-watt drivers work in tandem with a passive radiator behind the grille to produce your music, audiobooks, and podcasts.
The backs of these trackers feature wide openings that make it easy to slide them into your pocket and keep them close to your keys and wallet. The rear panels house a discreet, built-in chip with extra processing power that isn’t noticeable, but important for keeping you on top of things as you’re monitoring fitness activities. You can also snap it shut to protect the ports. Tribit throws in a USB charging cable for the back panel’s hidden USB and 3.5 mm aux inputs (not micro USB or lightning slots; it’s important to note), but not one for the aux inputs since those devices require their own cables. The bottoms are outfitted with four tapered feet so the devices sit sturdily without moving around too much–especially when there are vibrations in the works at this level surrounding your body with sound.
In the upper section of the XSound Go, we have its buttons for power, playback, and volume, as well as pairing functionality for Bluetooth. In addition to controlling the movement of audio tracks forwards and backward via dedicated play buttons (two presses in one case, three in the other), there are additional functions available in the form of call management capabilities.
This speaker is like having an Amazon Alexa in your room. But better, as it actually has a compact size and clean design that blends well on any bookshelf or desk- whether in a dorm or elsewhere! Take advantage of how IT allows you to connect speakers and place them wherever you want while taking up minimal space, especially if you live in a small dorm room. Feel free to set up multiple speakers throughout your space and link them together wirelessly because this makes it easier than ever to upgrade your musical experience, stream music from different apps such as Spotify for example, and instantly control anything with compatible devices. This cutting-edge audio tech makes it possible to customize everything from bass, treble, and volume levels with the help of voice command as well if you have any devices compatible with Amazon’s Alexa assistant.
The Sonos speaker is surprisingly small, yet sounds absolutely fantastic. It’s easy to set up and even easier to use. You can pause or play music using simple voice commands. While it does have the same circular design as all of the other Sonos speakers, visual updates make it stand out from the pack. Improvements in underlying technology include better performance when it comes to audio and Trueplay tuning ensures that this speaker will sound great no matter where you put it in your home.
The ability to do all of this, while tapping into a catalog of 35 million songs through services like Tidal, Spotify, Pandora, Deezer, Qobuz, Google Play Music, and Amazon Music and with TuneIn Radio adding access to thousands of internet radio stations is pretty unbeatable.
Sonos still believes in pushing for a wireless-only speaker experience. The Play:1 does not have any physical connections for hardwiring external devices, nor does it support Bluetooth connectivity. Sonos claims that adding these features would compromise the seamless experience they’re aiming to create within their proprietary wireless technology. Still, we’d like at least one external streaming option embedded within the Play:1. The fact that an internet connection is required to experience your music within this device is definitely a mark against Sonos – especially when there are so many other comparable options available with offline functionality.
While arguably looking a little outdated stood next to the more recently redesigned Play:5, the Play:1’s solid, sleek design stands the test of time.
The Play:1 looks traditionally “Sonos”, as opposed to being sonically conventional. Its steel wrapped, box-like, and – yes – shade of black or white, which is a look it has in common with the Sonos range’s sofas, but overlaid with an offsetting feature unique to this Play:1 variant. The apartment-saving feature referred to is the wireless streaming of sound. Just add speakers and you can have wireless audio streaming from your smartphone device through a “smart speaker” group of these devices around your home.
The Bose SoundLink Revolve+ II is sleek and compact, with a minimalist design – and it shows. It’s an all-black (or silver) cylindrical design that keeps its weight evenly distributed, so you can place the speaker anywhere without worrying about it falling over. If it does happen to fall over, don’t worry! The edges of the speaker have soft silicone bumpers built-in for extra cushioning should the worst happen. This design is ideal if you plan on taking your music on the road – simply pop up the handle built into its top, remove the silicone protective cover from its base, and you’re ready to go!
The Bose SoundLink Revolve+ II is not fully waterproof, but it’s water-resistant and can withstand water raining down on it at a moderate flow rate of 12.5L/min before damage is done. In addition, the first “5” in the IP55 rating means that the speaker is dustproof as well, so take it to the beach and you shouldn’t have to bother about sand getting into its ports or anything like that.
There are many ways to connect to the Bose SoundLink Revolve+ II. You can pair it to your smartphone via Bluetooth with the dedicated Bluetooth button on the speaker, use the NFC touchpoint on the top of the speaker, or download the Bose Connect app. The Bluetooth indicator light, which shines next to the Bluetooth button on the speaker, displays different colors depending on its status. When it is ready to pair, it will blink in blue. When connecting, it will blink in white. Once connected, it will glow blue in a stable manner while you’re playing music or glow white when there is an audio call coming through or you’re charging your device.
You can connect a source device to your SoundLink Revolve+ II in a number of ways. You can connect through Bluetooth and use the app to control the speaker, pause or skip media, adjust volume, etc. Alternatively, you can use the aux port on the back of the speaker to plug in a cable so that you have more hands-on control when it comes down to switching songs or performing other tasks. This method does not affect battery life as much either since if you are plugged in via USB for example, your source device is supporting most of the power needed by your Revolve+. We also include an auxiliary chord when purchasing as well normally these chords tend to wear out over time which makes using them risky at times so we make sure all our purchasers get one included with their purchase made!
With the Bose SoundLink Revolve+ II, users have access to multipoint pairing. This allows you to connect your phone and another device such as a tablet or laptop so it can alternate seamlessly between different audio sources. The speaker pairs easily with smartphones and tablets running Android 5.0 or higher or iPhone 5S, 6S Plus, and iPad Air, mini 2, and later; Bluetooth is also compatible with computers running Windows 7 (or newer) software and Mac OS X 10.8 (or later). The SoundLink Revolve+ II features an 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi connection for streaming audio from the Internet without the need for wires when used with a wireless access point. Once connected you can use the Bose Connect app on your mobile device to choose music to play, set up a playlist with tracks from both devices, or simply adjust the bass or treble levels of your music. It also has controls that let you adjust volume or switch tracks right in the speaker itself.
More than 15% of reviewers appreciated the portable design of this speaker, which made it easy to take on the go. All you have to do is hook it with one hand and off you go! One reviewer even dunked this waterproof speaker in water, threw it around and tested its resistance against wear and tear. But there were no scratches or cracks! It didn’t break and still worked like a charm. We can only imagine that this would be an excellent choice for boaters who want to listen to music while they sail down the coastline, as well as people who enjoy spending time swimming in their pool or at the beach because it’s splash-proof.
When I first set up my JBL, I spent some time trying to get it to play a sound the way I wanted. My JBL had excellent sound quality and reproduced a gunfight scene marvelously in the movie The Matrix that sounded almost as if there were actual guns firing in the room with me because of its well-defined bass response during important character moments! Because I have just one surround speaker, my JBL wasn’t quite as powerful as the Sonos Beam was, although it did a better job of letting me feel like bullets are whizzing through the air around me than the Beam did. The JBL also retained higher fidelity for the soundtrack when I tested by listening to music with no special effects like bass, drums, etc.
Turning on Smart TV Mode can make all of the difference in the world when it comes to watching your favorite movie or television show. Just as an example, I was watching Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (1:48:00) and heard comic book fan Peter Parker’s voice go from a virtual surround sound effect to something more akin to Batman in The Dark Knight after he had his realization that his deceased uncle Ben would be proud to know his nephew had become a real hero. Of course, the audio actually cut out at that point, but there was no doubt that turning on Smart TV Mode would have brought us this startlingly realistic detail right back into our living room.
It takes a little bit of tinkering to really get this feature dialed in with music the way you want it, but the possibilities for tweaking are pretty much endless. Just make sure that you don’t overdo it – otherwise, you might end up taking some time off by quitting your old job and starting a new career as an audio engineer! Music that has heavy bass lines or dance/techno tunes can be made to sound even better depending on how you set up your Beam’s EQ. We suggest playing around with it – just keep in mind that if you make too many adjustments, the settings might reset automatically to their default mode!
Best Portable Speakers for College Dorm – Buying Guide
Portable speakers are a must-have if you’re a college student. Music is a big part of college life and with all the studying, you need to relieve some stress. Portable speakers are a great way to do that and they’re a lot of fun. They’re also useful for a lot of other things and can be a great investment. But because there are a lot of different portable speakers out there, it might not be easy to find the right speaker for you, especially if you’re new to the market. This guide will help you find the right portable speaker for you.
Let’s face it: no matter how advanced our HD gear or the Internet connections available in today’s age, there are always a few things that we must come to terms with. As students and consumers alike, we may love being able to enjoy an enormous and high definition screen in our own living rooms at home, but there are also problems when it comes down to watching movies on a high definition screen the size of a small theater in your very own dorm room set up each and every day since they don’t get replaced once they go out-of-date.
You might be a bit nervous about finding a new place to live and adjusting to the busy life of a student, but we understand that there is no time for dilly-dallying. That’s why you need the best equipment and devices that you can get your hands on if you are going to have any chance of enjoying some quality entertainment after classes in your dorm-sized apartment (which looks a little like one cramped shoebox with a bed).
It’s important for university students living in the dorms to have a space with the technology needed to entertain their guests or themselves. Having a TV is only one piece of the puzzle, as streaming devices and wireless speakers are also required equipment! Since TVs aren’t built to be small, we’ve put together a guide that includes some of the best home theater products on the market today to help you find the right one for your space in many different sizes and price points.
1. Multi-room audio systems with Bluetooth
Bring your favorite sound system to the next level with technology. Most components of all-in-one home audio systems have Bluetooth built-in for streaming music.
You can wirelessly distribute the music being played on one speaker in your home wirelessly to other speakers and system components within your home.
2. Extra power for your smartphone
One of the many benefits of a Bluetooth speaker with a built-in recharger is the fact that it can charge your smartphone and tablet. This is ideal for long flights and overnight camping trips.
3. Bluetooth Speakers
Sound stands and soundbars can be really great dorm room home theater substitutes, especially if you have a nice TV screen, but what if you aren’t planning on pairing a speaker to your TV? After all, many people do the majority of their media watching on laptops and tablets these days. A simple Bluetooth speaker might be all you need or want. There are some very solid Bluetooth models that offer decent audio quality and feature very compact designs, letting you play all your music from mobile devices during impromptu dance parties — I mean studying.
4. Speakerphone for hands-free calls
Bluetooth speakers work as speakerphones, so you can have hands-free conversations. When your paired smartphone rings, the speaker automatically answers the call.
5. Indoor/outdoor speakers
Some speakers, when connected to a home audio system, can be a regular portable speaker when you’re out but also enable multi-room sound once it’s at home.
Getting ready for university can be lots of fun, and as students, you will no doubt experience things like parties, sporting events and generally getting to hang out with your friends more often. We fans of the Speakers series Enjoyment Inc. want to discuss what we think are some useful dorm room products that would make a great addition to the ultra-cool college lifestyle happening at Unico or any other campus really.
We hope you enjoyed our post about portable speakers for the college dorms. With this knowledge, we know that you can make the most of your college days with friends. So what are you waiting for? Listen to your favorite music with ease with your new speakers! If you have any other questions or concerns about getting a good sound quality for your music, please contact us anytime at _. Thank you for reading, we are always excited when one of our posts is able to provide useful information on a topic like this!