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Rocketfish Mobile SPX15 supports most MP3 players, computers, mobile phones and tablets. It has call waiting system which allows you to take calls easily.

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If you love to hear high quality, noise free, rhythmic audio, then you should try out Rocketfish Mobile SPX15 Bluetooth wireless speakers. Its full-range stereo audio with bass enhancement and ambient noise reduction ensures clear, powerful sound. Rocketfish Mobile SPX15 supports most MP3 players, computers, mobile phones and tablets. The Bluetooth technology allows you to pair a Bluetooth-enabled device through the wireless network.


Rocketfish Mobile SPX15

Overview

Rocketfish Mobile SPX15 stereo wireless speaker is available including USB charging cable, AC adapter, carrying case and owner’s manual. It will run approximately 10 hours because it has a built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery.

Rocketfish Mobile SPX15 Wireless Speaker is now available at BestBuy for $99.99

Features

  • Compatible with most MP3 players, computers, mobile phones and tablets.
  • Full-range stereo audio.
  • Pairs and plays in seconds.
  • Dual function as speakerphone.
  • Ambient noise reduction.
  • 2-color LED.
  • Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery.
  • Lightweight design
  • 3.5mm line input

Specifications

  • Speaker type: Wireless
  • Product Height: 2″
  • Product Width: 1.5″
  • Product Depth: 6.5″
  • Audio Inputs/Outputs: 1/0
  • Power Requirements: Lithium-ion battery and adapter (included)
  • Frequency Response: 200Hz – 16kHz +/- 5dB
  • Standard Auxiliary Input: Yes
  • Clock Radio: No
  • UPC: 600603141126

The Mobile SPX15 is also available at Rocketfish for $99.99

Rocketfish Mobile SPX15
Rocketfish Mobile SPX15
Rocketfish Mobile SPX15
Rocketfish Mobile SPX15
Rocketfish Mobile SPX15

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