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AUKEY's 650 Lumen LED Bulb Adds Bluetooth Audio to Any Lighting Fixture!

Saturday, March 25, 2017

If you are in the process of ditching traditional incandescent bulbs for LED bulbs, you may want to look into a smart bulb solution such as the Aukey LT-BS1 for a nifty way to turn any lighting fixture into Bluetooth audio!
LED bulbs save you money because they emit very little heat but are as bright as regular bulbs. The Aukey LT-BS1 is essentially an LED bulb with an integrated wireless speaker that is fitted just a like a normal E29 light bulb.
The base of the Aukey LT-BS1 features an Edison screw (E29 screw) with a cloudy lens on the top and side vents for the speaker sound.
Not knowing what to expect, I was pleasantly surprised to learn that the Aukey LT-BS1 LED Bluetooth speaker is far from a gimmick. The sound from the speaker is full and rich while the LED is bright enough for usable light.
sound can be turned off by pressing the green button
Aukey's LED light and speaker are controlled via a remote control that allows you to volume up and volume down, Play/Pause and Pair, as well as adjust the brightness of the light for reading or for mood lighting.
With Aukey's LED light speaker you can place audio anywhere in your house, including those hard to reach locations which is great if you always fancied having built-in speakers in your walls without the trouble of home renovation.
warranty included
As far as the specifications of the Aukey LT-BS1 LED, the exterior of the bulb is made of fire resistant material, while the bulb itself weighs short of 200 grams. The bulb runs between 100 volts and 240 volts.
With the bulb and speaker on at the same time, Aukey's bulb speaker consumes only 12 watts, delivering 650 luminous flux and 6000k color temperature. 
Aukey's bulb speaker uses the RGB color model where red, green and blue light are combines together to reproduce a broad array of colors via a total of 24 LEDS. Dimming LEDs is done via pulse-width modulation.
As far as the speaker, it uses Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR version and produces 3 watts of power with a 4 ohm output resistance. 

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