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Pyle Street Blaster battery life compromise

Bluetooth speakers have come a long way in a short amount of time, and in that time we have seen some good, and not so good models. Some of the big players seem to be playing it safe in terms of design and power, but they do this for many reasons, one of which is to help conserve battery life.

However, it seems as though the Pyle Street Blaster PBMSPG100 is prepared to take that compromise. Rather than make this new Bluetooth speaker battery last as long as they can, while still trying to maintain a pretty decent sound quality, they have thrown caution to the wind to produce something that is capable of pushing out 1000 watts.

You will see just from the design that it was all about how loud the speakers can go, seeing as though it looks like something from the 80s, which we know was all about size and power.

We are not certain of the capacity of the battery, but we can tell you it takes 4 hours for a complete charge. We have to wonder if Plye is leaving this detail out because they are afraid consumers will be put off?

Pyle Street Blaster compromise

Saying that, surely potential customers will know just by its design and power output that the Street Blaster PBMSPG100 isn’t going to win any longevity awards on battery power?

Pyle Street Blaster PBMSPG100 main features and price are, customizable bass, treble and mic levels, auxiliary and guitar input, along with LED illumination to help put on a fancy light show. If you are considering owning one, then you will need to part with $249.99.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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