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Edifier iF335BT Bric Connect Home and Portable Speaker Released

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It’s no secret that I love Bluetooth speakers. They are just so convenient and require very little setup to get audio from your device to the speakers. Bluetooth enabled speakers allow you to roam your home or office with your device without being tethered to the speaker with an audio cable or worse, a dock. These speakers work with any Bluetooth enabled device which makes them perfect for multi-device owners. With that said, Edifier just announced the availability of their latest audio solution, the iF335BT Bric Connect.

The iF335BT Bric Connect provides the capabilities of a much larger device in a smaller form factor. It produces a total power output of 12 watts RMS, through two, 2¾ inch (70mm) full range speaker drivers with bass enhancement via the reflex port. Not only that, is also includes a built in mic for speaker phone capabilities as well as an included remote that can answer, decline and end calls from a distance, change input selection, or navigate tracks as well as adjust the volume.

This is for those who want a much larger sound than the tiny portable speakers we’ve looked at in the past. If you’re interested in the Edifier iF335BT Bric Connect, it’s available now for $99.99 and also check out the full press release below for more details.

Press Release

FORT WORTH, TEXAS – March 12, 2013Edifier®, a leading global designer and manufacturer of award-winning audio systems, announces the availability of the iF335BT, Bric Connect™.  Edifier’s Bric Connect is ideal for home, office or use on-the-go by providing Bluetooth capabilities as well as stunning sound reproduction that is commonly found in systems with a larger form factor.

Bric Connect combines Edifier’s legendary sound with the latest technology.  Equipped with a built in microphone, hands free phone conversations and multiple listener conference calls have never been easier.  Using a Bluetooth phone connection, the user can answer phone calls and end a conversation with the push of a button. The Bluetooth audio input allows you to play music from Bluetooth devices while the auxiliary input provides even more connectivity.  This system produces a total power output of 12 watts RMS, through two, 2¾ inch (70mm) full range speaker drivers with bass enhancement via the reflex port. The wireless remote can answer, decline and end calls from a distance, change input selection, or navigate tracks as well as adjust the volume.  The dual power option of AC / Battery makes it ideal for use at home, outdoors and travel.

Bric Connect ™ Features:

  • Built-in microphone with Bluetooth phone answering capabilities allowing hands-free calls, conference calls and video  chats
  • Enhance movie & video streaming on mobile/Bluetooth devices
  • Wireless remote control with Bluetooth volume, track and play/pause adjustment
  • Battery and AC power options for portable or stationary use (6 AA Batteries—not included)
  • Class D amplifier with 2 x 2¾ inch (70mm) full range speaker drivers
  • Bass reflex port for powerful bass audio output
  • Bluetooth and auxiliary input options
  • Available in black and hi-gloss white.
  • Price:  $99.99 US / CAD

Edifier’s Bric Connect™ is currently available for $99.99 USD at www.Edifier.US.com/shop-edifier.

About Edifier®

Edifier is a leading global designer and manufacturer of award-winning audio speaker products featuring contemporary design and superior sound quality.  Founded in Beijing in 1996, Edifier has an international presence with over 8 million audio units sold yearly securing their place as a world-class audio manufacturer.   Edifier’s new factory is located in a special high tech economic zone and the company tenaciously focuses on environmental sustainability including state of the art recycling, solar power generation and treated water reuse.  Edifier is a vertically integrated company.  From concept through R&D to finished product, the Dongguan manufacturing facility produces only Edifier branded products.  Edifier’s ‘passion for sound’ brings together Design, Audio and Evolution for an incredible sound experience.

Edifier continues to win numerous international design awards, including 2012 CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award (Spinnaker); 2011 Reddot Design Award “Winner”  (Sound To Go); 2011 CES Innovations Award  (Sound To Go); 2011 iF Product Design Award (Sound To Go); 2011 Designpris Deutschland ‘Nominee’ (Luna5 Encore); 2010 Reddot Design Award ‘Honorable Mention’ (Luna5 encore; 2010 CES Innovations Design and Engineering Awards (Luna5 encore); 2009 Reddot Design Award (MP300 Plus, Luna2 E20) Germany; 2009 Good Design Award (Luna 2 E20) Japan; 2008 CES Innovations Design and Engineering Awards (E3350 and Rainbow Wireless;) 2008 iF Product Design awards Germany (Rainbow Wireless and S730); 2008 Good Design Award Japan (MP300 Plus).
www.Edifier.US.com

Samuel Huanghttp://www.gstylemag.com
Samuel Huang is an avid gamer and all around tech geek. When not glued to his computer or iPhone, he can be seen pwning n00bs on PSN nightly. On occasion, he has the crazy dream of owning a vintage JDM Nissan Skyline Hakosuka GT-R or a Datsun 240Z.

1 COMMENT

  1. OK, so “much larger sound than the tiny portable speakers” – really??? This thing *is* tiny, and at $99 it is guaranteed to sound dreadful.

    And the really scary thing is that companies like Edifier are proud of things like 12W (woohoo!!! NOT…) of power. Now compare this to a *REAL* wireless speaker, like the Moos Mini Aero – 250W *continuous* power per speaker, and since the Mini Aero are real stereo speakers, you get 2 x 250W – that’s 500W. And that’s the average continuous power – they peak at 1000W. So now we can put 12W in perspective – nothing to be proud off…

    And what’s with the “bass enhancement via the reflex port”? You mean, it has a port!? Like the type of port that has been in the majority of speakers since, hmmm…. like 1950s??? I guess when you are selling a $99 piece of plastic you gotta make up something to talk about, even if it is nothing new or interesting…

    Soo bored of the me-too-more-of-the-same $99 junk product reporting. Please start writing about stuff that is actually interesting in some way. And no, it does not have to cost $99 – we actually do like to read about really great products once in a while, even ones with higher price points!

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