Home Party Speaker with Lights, Battery & Bluetooth - Fenton SPK2

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Home Party Speaker with Lights, Battery & Bluetooth - Fenton SPK2
( BBA5622 )

( BBA5622 )

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2 Year Warranty & 60 Days ReturnsIncluded

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Key Features

  • LED party speaker
  • Inbuilt rechargeable battery for portable use
  • Bluetooth connectivity to stream audio wirelessly
  • Tablet/smartphone holder for convenient positioning
  • Integrated FM radio tuner and USB MP3 player

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Product Description

The SPK 2 from Fenton is a high-quality home party speaker that has built-in LEDs surrounding the woofer and tweeter drivers for an atmospheric party effect. Offering user-friendly functionality with a sleek and lightweight design, this Bluetooth party speaker with lights is the ideal choice to provide music during small gatherings.

There is a rechargeable battery built into this party speaker that provides the ability to use it in a portable manner in any location, great for picnics and outdoor activities. It is charged using the included DC cable, and it can also be used whilst charging to ensure you can constantly have music playing uninterrupted.

Featuring Bluetooth connectivity, this home party speaker provides the ability to pair a smart device like a smartphone, tablet or laptop and stream audio wirelessly. This is perfect during small parties, as anyone can quickly and simply pair their device and play music from any app or website of their choice.

Once your smartphone or tablet is paired with the Sputnik using Bluetooth, you can place your device on the built-in holder on the top of the speaker. This is extremely convenient, as you can see your device perfectly while being able to quickly skip songs and adjust the volume.

There is a built-in MP3 player with a USB port available that allows you to connect a USB stick and play any saved audio files on the stick, ideal if you have custom saved playlists. There is also an integrated FM radio tuner, giving you the ability to tune in to any of your local radio stations for casual background music.

Key Details

  • Home party speaker with built-in LEDs surrounding the woofer and tweeter drivers for an atmospheric effect
  • Inbuilt rechargeable battery that gives you the ability to use the speaker in a portable manner without being connected to a mains power source
  • Bluetooth connectivity to stream audio wirelessly from a suitable paired smart device like asmartphone or tablet
  • Tablet/smartphone holder built into the top of the speaker for convenient positioning
  • Integrated FM radio tuner and USB MP3 player to play any music of your choice depending on the situation
  • 2-Year extended warranty

  • Portable indoor and outdoor speaker system
  • BT 5.0 wireless technology for audio streaming
  • Colour changing LEDs in the front (on/off switch)
  • Media player with USB/microSD and Aux input
  • FM Radio
  • Stereo pairing (link to other Sputnik)
  • Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery
  • Hands-free calling
  • 3" Full-range speaker with two 1" tweeters
  • Easy to carry design
  • Includes USB charging lead
  • Playback options: BT streaming FM radio MicroSD USB
  • Input connections: 3.5mm Jack MicroSD USB
  • Output power: Max: 60W
  • Diameter tweeter: 1"
  • Amount of tweeters: 2
  • Diameter woofer: 3"
  • Magnet type: Ferrite
  • Amount of woofers: 1
  • Battery: 3.7V - 1.5Ah
  • Power supply: 5V via USB
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 226 x 111 x 134mm
  • Weight: 1.0000
  • MPN: 178.332

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Product Questions
How long does the battery last and how long to recharge
Question by: Jackie Collins on 10 May 2023, 11:54
A full charge offers approximately 4 hours of wireless operation according to the manufacturer. This can be extended by turning off the LEDs and listening at lower volume.

Charging will take 2 hours. The unit can be operated while on charge
Answer by: Glenn Newton on 10 May 2023, 12:19