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foxL v2 Bluetooth Soundbar

When it comes to listening to music there are certain limitation when wanting to listen to it in the car. If you need to make sure that you comfortably listen to your favorite songs in the car you need a gadget that won’t hurt you in the long run. Wearing ear buds might make your ears hurt and they aren’t very comfortable or safe because you never get to hear what happens in the outside. With the cool foxL v2 Bluetooth Soundbar you can now safely and comfortably listen to music in hi-fi. Also, you can always share your music with your friends without having to give them one of your headphones or even worse, having to listen directly from the phone speakers. Also, it’s not very comfortable to carry a big stereo with you and having to use many cables just so that you can listen to one song. Just plug your iPhone to the foxL v2Bluetooth Soundbar and there you have it, a small private party.

foxL v2 Bluetooth Soundbar

This amazing soundbar was created by the audio design engineer Dr. Godehard Guenther, who wanted to make things a bit more efficient. It easily fits your pocket so you won’t be carrying much, the sound is definitely amazing for how small it is and you can hear your favorite songs crystal clear and also with a high volume, unlike other portable speakers on the market. The cool thing about it is the fact that you can also plug your iPad and even Android devices on this baby and enjoy your music. It comes with batteries and they last for about 12 hours so there’s enough time to listen to your music. Also, many people are absolutely amazed with the quality of music this gadget provides and it only costs 190-200 dollars.

It comes with auto-connect Bluetooth, a built-in Lithium-Ion battery and a bass woofer so you will surely get the best experience in the world. Also it includes mini USB cable 3.5mm audio cable and you also get a cool travel pouch so that you can carry the foxL v2 Bluetooth Soundbar everywhere.

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