Keep your options open.
Bluetooth. WiFi. Aux cord.
There are a lot of ways to connect your music to your speakers. Yet somehow we have for the most part all settled on Bluetooth as the go-to solution, pretty much conceding that convenience is the most important thing.
If you had an awesome setup 20 years ago with a cabinet full of speakers and peripherals, your younger self is profoundly disappointed that you’re listening to your music through some shiny little speaker pod that sits on the kitchen counter and sounds like crap.
Let’s move you beyond Bluetooth and see how it feels, shall we?
The Libratone ZIPP Mini 360° has Bluetooth, yes. (Because, well…Bluetooth actually is pretty awesome.) But it also has WIFi, which you’re going to find is an impressive little trick up its sleeve.
It’s like Bluetooth and then some. Suddenly you can wirelessly connect multiple speakers to your music-playing device. (Remember surround sound?) It works through walls. Actually, it reaches pretty much wherever your internet WiFi does. If your WiFi can reach, so can your music.
This is the effortlessly-connected music setup you can really be proud of. It runs on battery power. You can connect up to six. You control everything right from your Apple or Android phone. It even handles phone calls.
And because it has both WiFi and Bluetooth, you get to have it both ways. Leaving the comfort of WiFi for the wilderness of the park up the road? Bluetooth is there for you.
End of the world and alien electrical interference ruining all possibility of wireless connection? There’s always good old AUX.