Samsung Giga Sound System Bluetooth Stereo
This 1600W speaker system is compact enough to fit on a bookshelf, yet powerful enough to fill large rooms with high-fidelity audio from CDs, flash drives, or your smartphone.
With 1600W of power, this stereo has more than enough audio oomph to shake the floors with resonant bass and fuel even the most raucous dance parties. Each of the unit’s two speakers is equipped with an 8” driver and a 2.36” mid-range driver, which help reproduce high-fidelity sound at any volume.
Music Without Wires
You don’t have to tether your smartphone to the stereo with an audio cable whenever you want to listen to music. Just pair the speaker to your phone or tablet via Bluetooth to stream music wirelessly, even while you use your mobile device for other tasks.
Sound and Light Show
Integrated directly into the speakers, colorful LEDs pulse and shift smoothly between hues in time to the music, bringing music to life while turning any dark room into an impromptu dance club.
- Product number: MX-JS5000/ZP
- Streams music wirelessly from Bluetooth-enabled devices
- Control stereo from your smartphone with the Bluetooth Giga app for Android
- 1600W max output
- CD–RW drive
- Two USB 2.0 ports
- Bluetooth 2.1
- FM tuner
- Receiver dimensions: 15.9”x8”x10.5”; 7.6lb.
- Speaker dimensions (each): 10.8”x16.3”x10.2”; 13.2lb.
- Condition: new
- One-year warranty from Samsung
- Full specifications
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