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Mifa A1 Super Bass Bluetooth 4.2 Speaker With Micro SD Card

Thursday, September 14, 2017

The Mifa A1 is a super bass 5-watt Bluetooth 4.2 speaker that really packs a punch! For one, the Mifa A1 speaker has a slot for micro SD card as well as a 3.5 mm jack to hook up non-Bluetooth devices.
The micro SD card functionality allows you to play music like you would with an mp3 player. You simply copy songs on to a micro SD card, insert it in the micro SD card slot and power on the speaker. Music starts playing right away!
Other features you get with the Mifa A1 Bluetooth speaker include built-in mic for hands-free calls and automatic shut off for saving battery power (the speaker turns off after 10 minutes of inactivity).
The Mifa A1 speaker is also IPX6 and IPX5 rated which means the speaker has ingress protection so you can take the speaker outdoors without having to worry about rain and dust getting in. The front of the speaker features a closed waterproof mesh cloth and thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) housing that prevents water, oil and dust from entering the speaker.
 
measures 3.3 inches high, 1.8 inches thick, 3.4 inches long and weighs 175 grams
For being this small, the volume on the Mifa A1 wireless speaker can go really loud and the quality of the sound coming through the speaker driver is really clear with deep bass and without distortions even at max volume. 
The overall sound of the Mifa A1 speaker is pretty impressive, considering the treble response (18kHz) and huge bass response that is achieved via multiple passive radiators that really boosts the low frequency response of the 1.5-inch internal loudspeaker to 80Hz.
the LED indicator is hidden under the mesh
The built-in 1200mAh rechargeable battery charges at 5V/1A in 3 hours and lasts over 15 hours on medium volume. While charging, the LED remains solid red and turns off when charging is complete.
As mentioned earlier, the Mifa A1 speaker features a Bluetooth mode, an AUX mode and a micro SD card mode. Switching between modes is done by double pressing the power button to switch from Bluetooth to AUX/micro SD card modes.
To connect Bluetooth mode, you simply power on the speaker by holding down the power button (middle button) for a couple of seconds until the LED indicator starts flashing blue and red, which indicate pairing mode.
silicone sticky feet
Once paired, the Mifa speaker will connect to the last paired device automatically. You can manually disconnect from the connected device by holding down both volume buttons. The Bluetooth signal range is around 10 meters.
The volume buttons also double as track skipping. Long presses to skip tracks and short presses to lower and increase the volume. The Mifa A1 portable speaker also features a hole opening to insert the included detachable strap. Also included is a micro USB charging cable and 3.5 mm male to male audio cable.
You can buy the Mifa A1 speaker at a 25% from Amazon when using code II9MRDIN (valid between 14/09/2017 and 08/10/2017)
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