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Giveaway: Acoustic Research ARS60 Bluetooth speaker

updated 03:54 pm EST, Mon December 2, 2013

Win an Acoustic Research: ARS60 Bluetooth speaker

Our Giveaway Blitz continues with our Cyber Monday giveaways. Today we have the Acoustic Research ARS60 Bluetooth speaker to give away to one lucky reader. This speaker is the result of a cooperative effort between SuperTooth and Voxx to create a portable and powerful sound system that is compatible with any Bluetooth device.

The ARS60 speaker kicks out 16 watts RMS audio power and supports aptX, maintaining high-quality audio output when streamed wirelessly as if it were connected directly. It features dual speakers in front as well as a bass reflex system in back. The unit streams music from any cell phone, tablet, computer or mp3 player that supports Bluetooth A2DP. The built-in rechargeable battery takes around two hours to charge, and provides up to ten hours of music. This speaker is available in red or black, and retails for $119 at the Acoustic Research online store.



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