Bluetooth is a cordless technology that uses radio waves in the 2 GHz range for connecting products that communicate with each other. Many people today have a computer keyboard and mouse that communicate with some type of computer using Bluetooth technology.
You might use a wireless head-set with your mobile phone. This as well makes use of Bluetooth technology. It allows two way transmission between the head-set and the smart phone.
Although cell phone towers and transmitters usually are meant to connect over lengthy distances, Bluetooth transmissions are weaker and intended for short distances, just a few meters.
Modern Bluetooth devices can transmit information extremely fast. Bluetooth version 5 makes it possible for 2 Mbit/s bursts. and is plenty fast for high fidelity music.
What this means is you may have wireless audio speakers in your home or workplace which faithfully duplicate the sounds of any recording. This can include computer speakers not to mention audio speakers for your television set or high quality entertainment center.
A Bluetooth connection is established as a one to one link connecting a source (phone, tablet, television, notebook computer, etc.) and the speaker. Creating this connection in generally known as “pairing” and is performed fairly quickly as the source searches for available Bluetooth speakers. This is the same procedure you use to connect your Bluetooth keyboard and mouse with your computer.
Since the bluetooth speakers are cordless, they require a supply of electricity. Bluetooth speakers in your home may plug into an ordinary wall socket. But, portable speakers require some sort of battery power, in most cases a rechargable battery.
The key benefits of using Bluetooth speakers involve the ease of wireless connections along with high bandwidth communications which will result in trustworthy duplication of the sounds broadcast to the speaker.