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Braven Six Bluetooth Speakers Can Be Daisy Chained to Make One Meta-Speaker

by Range
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If you’ve ever wanted to connect a bunch of Bluetooth speakers for a bigger sound, then check out these ones from Braven. The new series of Brave Six speakers can be plugged into each other, so that they work together from one audio source.

braven series six speakers daisy-chain bluetooth

The speakers each have a power of 3W, a small passive subwoofer, a full duplex microphone and a USB port. There are 3.5mm audio jacks going in and out for daisy-chaining.

braven series six speakers daisy-chain bluetooth

The Braven 600 costs $149(USD) and lasts 14 hours. The Braven 625s costs $179.99, lasts 16 hours and has a shock-absorbing aluminum grille. It also comes with a waterproof bag and a USB flashlight. The Braven 650 costs $189.99, lasts 20 hours, and has aptX and AAC encoding.

braven series six speakers daisy-chain bluetooth

The speakers can be pre-ordered from Braven site and will start shipping in June.

[via The Verge]

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