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Edifier's iF335 Bluetooth speaker pumps up the volume for $99



Looks like Mr. Eddie Fier, the man we hope is CEO of Edifier, is planning to wade into the Jambox-wars with this Bluetooth speaker-cum-speakerphone. The iF335 Bric Connect bonds with your devices over Bluetooth and auxiliary inputs, pumping out 12 watts of RMS power over a pair of 70mm drivers. It's available from today for $99.99, assuming you can still type after the unremitting hilarity of our Eddie Fier / Edifier gag earlier.





SPECS:
Total power output:                               RMS 6W x 2      
THD + N (testing level):                       10%
Signal to noise ratio:                           ≥85dBA        
Frequency response:                          40Hz - 20kHz 
Distortion:                                              ≤0.5%  
Input sensitivity:                                    450mV±50mV (iPod)
Audio input:                                            Bluetooth, Auxiliary    
Adjustment:                                           Wireless remote control, power, phone answer/end and volume buttons located on the unit 
Power supply:                                       Output 12V/20W AC
Speaker unit:                                         Full range unit: 2¾ inch (70mm), Magnetically shielded, 8Ω
UnBoxed:                                               5.24” x 3.54” x 11.81” (133mmx90mmx300mm)

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