ClearSounds BTS001 ClearBlue™ Mini-Speaker
Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Speaker with Microphone.
Your personal wireless speaker for music, TV listening and hands-free 2-way speakerphone use with your cellular devices.
The ClearBlue™ wireless Bluetooth speaker system ably combines elegant design, minimalist aesthetics, and remarkable sound quality at an affordable price. The unique combination of features creates a powerful solution. Listen clearly to your music, TV or even your cell phone calls from a distance of up to 30 Feet. Wirelessly stream music from any compatible stereo Bluetooth device such as your mobile phone, notebook, iPhone or iPad. Operating on AA batteries, the ClearBlue is perfect for travel as well providing 15 hours of non-stop use.
The ClearBlue speaker brings the sound closer to you, reducing the signal to noise ratio, offering a refined, clear, brilliant listening experience.
- Play your music wirelessly from your bluetooh A2DP enabled mobile phone, MP3/MP4 player, PC etc.
- Use the 3.5mm cable to connect to PC, MP3/MP4/CD and other portable media players
- Wirelessly connect with bluetooth enabled mobile phone or PC for hands free communication
- Wireless portable speaker for TV Listening with your Bluetooth enabled TV or with the Qlink Bluetooth transmitter
- Bluetooth Version: V2.1
- Bluetooth profiles: HSP, HFP,A2DP,AVRCP
- Effective range: 32ft
- Working time: 15 hours
- Standby time: 150 hours
- Batteries: AA 1.5V (×6)
- Standard power: 4W*2
- Charging input: 9V 1.5A
- Charging time: About 4 hours
94 x 50 x 13 mm
8.25 x 2 x 3 in
- Power Supply/Battery Charger
- 3.5mm stereo connector
Bluetooth Profile Definitions*
- HSP (Headset Profile)
- HFP (Hands-Free Profile)
- A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
- AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile)
HSP (Headset Profile)
The HSP describes how a Bluetooth enabled headset should communicate with a computer or other Bluetooth enabled device such as a mobile phone.
The typical usage scenario is, of course, using a wireless headset to connect with your mobile phone.
Here are a few examples of the types of devices that you might find using the HSP:
- Mobile Phone
HFP (Hands-Free Profile)
HFP describes how a gateway device can be used to place and receive calls for a hand-free device.
A common scenario would be a car kit in your vehicle. The car kit would connect to your mobile phone and be used to place and receive calls. Even more common would be the use of your wireless headset to place and receive calls when connected to a mobile phone.
Here are a few examples of the types of devices that you might find using the HFP:
- Car Kit
- GPS system
- Mobile phone
A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
Describes how stereo-quality audio can be streamed from a media source to a sink.
Put simply, this is a Bluetooth enabled music player (i.e. MP3 player, walkman, stereo, etc.).
The audio source is the music player and the audio sink is the wireless headset or wireless stereo speakers.
Here are a few examples of the types of devices that use the A2DP profile:
- Stereo Headphones
- Stereo Speakers
- MP3 Players
- Music Phones
AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile)
AVRCP is designed to provide a standard interface to control TVs, hi-fi equipment, or others to allow a single remote control (or other device) to control all the A/V equipment to which a user has access. It may be used in concert with A2DP or VDP.
Basically your action manipulates the control. You can adjust menu functions that are already commonly used, such as adjusting the brightness of your TV or hue, or a VCR timer, as well as audio funtions like sound adjustments, play, pause, skip, etc.
Here are a few examples of the types of devices that you might find using the AVRCP profile:
- Controller Devices
- Personal computers
- Mobile phone
- Remote controller
- AV devices such as:
Headphones, player/recorder, timer, tuner, monitor, etc.
- Target Devices
- Audio player/recorder
- Video player/recorder
- Amplifier or a headphone
*Definition source: Bluetooth.org