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Review: iHome iBN26 NFC Bluetooth Stereo System

updated 03:36 pm EST, Thu January 2, 2014

Round Bluetooth streamer AC only, designed for desktop use

An important thing to look for in the pre-purchase considerations for a Bluetooth speaker is if it will fill the customer's specific needs. Is it easy to use? Does it have any additional features? Would its maximum Bluetooth range be sufficient? How is the audio quality? One that may not be thought of when it comes to Bluetooth speakers is, "does it require constant power?" Now there is a device may make it important to tack that question onto the others -- the iHome iBN26 NFC Bluetooth Stereo System. Billed as a "wireless stereo speaker," it comes with the added bonus of needing to be plugged in an electrical socket for use. Will this be a hinderance? Or will it work to its advantage? Read our review to find out.

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