132 bit speaker

Ralston18

Splendid
Moderator
Does the following link show your speaker?

https://www.gearbest.com/speakers/pp_378465.html

According to the specifications I found, you can play music via a USB stick.

Doing so was also mentioned in a somewhat painful to watch YouTube video....

So, yes, the music would need to be on the USB stick in the applicable format.

And you can also connect the speaker to an audio source via Bluetooth or directly to an audio source via a USB cable with the applicable connectors on each end. E.g., USB A and micro-USB.

I looked for the User Guide/Manual and found the following link:

http://www.kinyo.com/Downloads/BT-132%20user%20manual.pdf

Multi-language so you will need to find the applicable language section.

Does not seem to address using a USB stick for audio files.... ?
 

Ralston18

Splendid
Moderator
Does the following link show your speaker?

https://www.gearbest.com/speakers/pp_378465.html

According to the specifications I found, you can play music via a USB stick.

Doing so was also mentioned in a somewhat painful to watch YouTube video....

So, yes, the music would need to be on the USB stick in the applicable format.

And you can also connect the speaker to an audio source via Bluetooth or directly to an audio source via a USB cable with the applicable connectors on each end. E.g., USB A and micro-USB.

I looked for the User Guide/Manual and found the following link:

http://www.kinyo.com/Downloads/BT-132%20user%20manual.pdf

Multi-language so you will need to find the applicable language section.

Does not seem to address using a USB stick for audio files.... ?
 
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