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Today’s technology has redefined the way millions of people listen to music. From the gramophone, to the boom-box to a myriad of portable devices with headphones, the evolution of such devices cannot be denied. Continuing to evolve, the latest innovations feature wireless portable Bluetooth speakers that are not only portable but produce high quality audio.

One such innovation is the Samsung DA-F61 Bluetooth Speaker, built with Neodymium Speakers that boast crystal clear treble and earth-shattering bass. Thanks to the passive bass radiator that enhances bass quality, your acoustics will become an orchestral delight.

The DA-F61 Bluetooth Speaker runs on an APTX codec system that minimises sound quality reduction – a common problem with other Bluetooth speakers. With this Samsung system, the codec outputs a no-compromise Bluetooth audio experience at all times.

Taking this speaker with you is a snap. Small and portable, its metal casing and white silver colour lets it stand out as a stylish audio accessory. Connecting your mobile phone to the Bluetooth speaker is an easy process thanks to the built-in Near Field Communication (NFC) feature. Just tap your NFC enabled Samsung phone on the speaker and your music is streamed instantly for everyone’s enjoyment.

Indoors, the speaker turns your living room into a theatre. Utilizing SoundShare, you can also pair the speaker with your Samsung TV, creating an audio visual delight right in your living room. And it’s all powered by a 2200mA lithium-ion battery that guarantees at least 12 hours of elegant audio on the go.

That said, the Samsung DA-F61 Bluetooth Speaker is the perfect combination of quality sounds and portability for any kind of lifestyle.


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