Large Bluetooth Speaker with Light Show - Fenton LIVE2101 - 800W


Large Bluetooth Speaker with Light Show - Fenton LIVE2101 - 800W
( BBA3246 )

( BBA3246 )

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Key Features

  • Bluetooth connectivity for wireless audio streaming
  • 800W dual 10" speaker for house parties
  • Illuminated RGB LED woofers
  • Microphone inputs with echo control
  • 5-band equaliser and bass and treble control
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Product Description

The Fenton LIVE2101 is a large Bluetooth speaker that allows you to stream music wirelessly from a smartphone or tablet. Simply set the mode of the speaker to Bluetooth, and you will find it ready to pair in the Bluetooth settings of your smart device for audio streaming, perfect for parties at home.

This powerful Bluetooth speaker has 800W power with two 10" drivers built into the cabinet. The dual-woofer design of this speaker provides high volume levels and rich sound output with deep and defined bass. Along with two 3.5" tweeters, you can be sure to hear all aspects of a song perfectly, making the speaker ideal for house parties.

The LIVE2101 Bluetooth party speaker features integrated RGB LEDs surrounding the woofers, providing a unique light show with the music. The LEDs are sound-to-light reactive which means that they will pulse to the beat of the music. Even when the speaker isn't producing any sound, the LEDs will pulse slowly to keep the party aspect present.Should you use the speaker without the need for LEDs, you can use the LED switch on the rear of the speaker to turn them off.

Including two microphone inputs, you can use this large Bluetooth speaker for karaoke purposes. Along with microphone inputs, you have echo control for each microphone channel so you can customise the sound to work best with any voice and song.

To customise the sound even further, you can use the 5-band equaliser on the top of the speaker. Each slider can boost or cut out certain frequencies, whether it be low, mid or high, so you can adjust each of these sliders so that the speaker sounds exactly how you want it to. For a simpler way to customise the sound, you could also use the separate bass and treble dials.

Key Details

  • Bluetooth connectivity to stream audio wirelessly from a smartphone or tablet, perfect for house parties
  • 800W power with two woofers and two tweeters, providing high-volume and well-rounded sound output
  • Integrated RGB LEDs surrounding each woofer, providing a built-in and unique light show
  • Two microphone inputs with echo control, great for karaoke use
  • 5-band equaliser and bass and treble dials to adjust the sound output to fit your preferences
  • 2-Year extended warranty
  • Stand alone speaker with USB/SD/Bluetooth media player
  • Powerful 800W amplifier
  • LCD screen with MP3 time information
  • Echo effect on microphone input
  • Bass and Treble control
  • Stereo 5-band Equalizer
  • 2 Microphone inputs (6.3mm Jack)
  • 1 Stereo line input (RCA)
  • Illuminated speakers with RGB LEDs
  • Power max: 800W
  • Woofer: 2 x 10 inch
  • Tweeter: 3.5 inch
  • Power supply: 220~240VAC / 50Hz
  • Dimensions: 300 x 350 x 940mm
  • Weight: 17.3kg
  • MPN: 178.426
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Product Questions
Can you play ipod through this via lead
Question by: Jon Newbold on 12 Apr 2020, 21:55
Yes you can connect an ipod to this speaker using a 3.5mm - RCA cable
Answer by: Jamie Atkins on 14 Apr 2020, 08:53
is this true rms of 400w speaker output?
Question by: phil on 15 Apr 2020, 20:25
Yes this speaker is rated at 400w RMS power
Answer by: Josh Hebbard on 16 Apr 2020, 09:08
can i connect bluetooth headphones to this speaker for a silent disco?
Question by: kellie McMahon on 10 Oct 2020, 10:50

This unit does not have an audio output - also for silent disco you genuinely need a uhf frequency based system so multiple people can here the same stream (Bluetooth is a handshake connection - only one device can connect to a transmitter)
Answer by: Kris Wold on 12 Oct 2020, 09:41