This is my first wireless Bluetooth speaker system. I was looking for a wireless speaker system that will compliment my 2nd TV in which I have just about every hardware hooked up on this TV – Phillips surround sound Blu-Ray player, Google Chrome Cast, and Verizon setup box while connected to an external surround sound speakers. By adding a Bluetooth wireless speaker system will add a music player MP3 like that can revolve around the TV station.
I was looking at a price point and nothing too fancy with a good surround sound that will allow pairing with my android smartphone with nothing but effortlessness to setup. Also with the exterior that will match with the other accessories next to the TV. I began looking at the Insignia – 2.1 Bluetooth speaker system (3-Piece) Model: NS-PSB4521. My checklist has over exceeded my expectations; let’s take a look at the product features:
- Compatible with most Bluetooth-enabled devices: For wide-ranging use. Allows pairing of up to 8 devices.
- 32W total system power: 16W subwoofer and 8W per satellite. Adds quality sound to your computer.
- 2 satellite speakers and a subwoofer: For a full-bodied audio experience.
- Bluetooth 3.0 technology: Allows wireless connection to your Bluetooth-enabled device from up to 32.8′ away.
- Auxiliary input: Allows simple connectivity.
Right out of the box, there are literally (3) piece of hardware – (2) satellite speakers and a sub-woofer included (1) wired speaker cable just in case you decide to hook it up directly to your computer’s input jack. The setup is so effortless it takes about 5 minutes to get it going and you can start listening to your favorite tunes.
Important Note: Verify with your computer, smartphone, or your tablet manufacturer that it supports Bluetooth 3.0. Since, I’ve been doing several experiments some older laptops does not have Bluetooth capabilities, you will need to purchase additional small hardware which plugs directly to your USB port then it will run like a Bluetooth enable. With your smartphone, and if you have at least Jelly Bean version of your android OS it should be fine.
When you are ready to pair up between the Insignia Bluetooth speakers with your smartphone all you have to do is press down the “Power/Pairing” button on the right side speaker. Then the BLUE light comes on and blinks rapidly: meaning you are in pairing mode. Look at your smartphone, enable the Bluetooth, search for the device and will appears as Insignia NSP-PSB4521 connect to the device and BAM! You are ready to rock and roll. In my case, I opened up my Google Play account > to go my Music Manager > select from playlist and next thing you know I was playing my favorite tunes and the sound is not too bad at all! You can actually hear the sub-woofer thumbing to the beat. I highly recommend this product to anyone looking for an expensive Bluetooth wireless speakers and that will compliment your TV or computer station.
Please, take a look at the diagram below on how to setup the first time: