STK Groovez SMC 970

Recently we got the STK Groovez SMC 970 Bluetooth Speakers for review and trust us, we never wanted to return them so we ended up ordering them online 😉

You must be wondering why so much love for bluetooth speakers? Well because they weren’t any ordinary plastic average looking speakers. The STK groovez have a elan and you are smitten the minute you unbox them.

The features and specification of the the SMC 970 Bluetooth Speaker are :
Bluetooth V3.0+EDR compliant, Frequency range: 2.4G – 2.48 GHz
Radio Performance: Receive Sensitivity of -90dBm, TX Power Max 4dBm,
dB: more than 75 dB
Range: 10m (depending on environmental factors and the connection to the Bluetooth device)
Optimum calling distance: 1m
Input: DC 5.0V
Speaker Output: 3W
Battery: 400mAh Lithium-ion
Playback Time: 4 hours (if at 50% volume)
Weight: 150g
Dimensions: 75 mm x 58 mm

Have a look at the pictures you would know why it was love at first sight:

The portable Groovez Bluetooth speaker can be used with a mobile phone or any other device with Bluetooth. The multipoint feature allows two devices to be paired at the same time and it is possible to easily switch between the music on each phone. The built-in microphone allows the speaker to be used to make and receive calls via a Bluetooth enabled mobile phone at the press of one button. The 3W speaker will provide loud clear music and has a music playback time of up to 4 hours. See the video below to know how to pair them to your device and how they sound:

Why buy

  • Superior music reproduction and clarity
  • Bluetooth: v3.0 and line-in connectivity so you can connect any audio device
  • Up to 4 hours of music play time
  • Charging time of just 2 hours
  • Rugged and stylish design

In the box

  • Speaker unit
  • USB Charging cable
  • 3.5mm Audio cable
  • User Manual

Final Word – Go buy them!

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