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The home stereo is now su­per sleek with no wires is sight.

Blue­tooth con­nec­tiv­ity has changed the way speak­ers are de­signed.

Wires are now a thing of the past with mi­cro speak­ers de­signed to be used both at home or as a portable de­vice.

Blue­tooth uses very lit­tle en­ergy as op­posed to tra­di­tional mu­sic de­vices such as stereos.

Some wire­less speak­ers can con­nect to a smart de­vice al­most 100m away, with the sig­nal pass­ing through con­crete walls.

If you’re shop­ping for wire­less speak­ers, make sure the prod­uct car­ries the Blue­tooth trade­mark as proof the prod­uct can con­nect to a smart de­vice.

For true early adopters of tech fashion, Bang & Olufsen has re­leased the BeoSound Shape wire­less speak­ers that can be de­signed to your colour and shape spec­i­fi­ca­tions.

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