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What Is a Bluetooth Speaker?
Under normal circumstances, speakers need a cable linking them to an audio source (be that cable a pair of speaker cables running to a full blown stereo system with an amp or just a simple 3.5 mm phono cable leading to an iPod).
Bluetooth speakers eschew this physical-cable limitation by relying on the same Bluetooth protocol and audio system that underlies Bluetooth wireless cellphone earpieces and in-car Bluetooth speakerphone systems.
That’s the most elementary and primary component of any Bluetooth speaker on the market. Beyond that there are dozens of big and small variables that distinguish (or fail to distinguish) different Bluetooth speaker makes and models from one another.
How Are They Different from Wi-Fi Speakers?
Bluetooth speakers are different from Wi-Fi based audio solutions, like the whole-house Sonos system, in several key ways. First, Bluetooth solutions are typically meant to be highly portable whereas whole-house solutions are usually installed permanently or semi-permanently in fixed locations.
Second, Bluetooth speakers link directly to their source (usually a phone or tablet) and require no intermediary whereas whole-house solutions require the Wi-Fi network to bridge the source and the devices. This also allows whole-house networks to broadcast the same music stream to multiple and distance speakers, however, a feature impractical for Bluetooth speakers that have a roughly 30 foot range.
Finally audio quality is slightly higher on Bluetooth systems than on Wi-Fi systems (all other variables the same) simply because of the nature of the transmission; practically speaking this is a non-consideration; however, as under casual listening conditions the difference would be indiscernible to most.