DeWALT Bluetooth Speaker Provides Solution For Music Streaming on the Jobsite
New to the market is the DeWalt Bluetooth Speaker. Where other jobsite options on the market involve more features that drive up the cost, the DeWalt Bluetooth Speaker targets users that mainly stream their music from their phone or MP3 player.
The DeWalt Bluetooth Speaker is a really simple and easy to use setup. You’ve got a USB charging port for your device, Bluetooth connectivity, and an auxiliary port. This is a great option for users that actually want to have their phone on them. You know, someone might actually call or text and you don’t want to run across the site to get your phone. The solution to that has either been to use the phone’s rather poor speakers or drag the radio around with you.
The DeWalt Bluetooth Speaker is powered by an included AC adapter or with your 12V Max/20V Max Lithium-ion Battery. Bluetooth 4.0 is installed on the system to provide the most up to date connectivity. A pair of 2-1/2″ speakers provide sound. The design features a rubber overmold and rubber feet. An LED light bar makes the display easy to read while the large rubber buttons make it easy to adjust settings while wearing gloves. Just make sure that you mute the speaker when your wife calls while you’re listening from another room.
“Many professionals on jobsites either listen to or stream music from their mobile phones. Often, contractors who want to stay mobile will listen to their music through the phone’s speaker setting,” says Todd Plajzer, Product Manager, DEWALT. “The AC/DC DCR006 Jobsite Bluetooth Speaker gives users the option to listen to music from their Bluetooth-compatible device without sacrificing the sound quality.”
The DeWalt Bluetooth Speaker is slated to retail for $89, but it looks like Home Depot already has their product page up and running with a $79 price tag. It will be available starting in November at DeWalt retailers nationwide. For more information, keep your eyes on Dewalt’s website.