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JENSEN JBS 225 Wall Mountable Digital Bluetooth(R) Music System

Item# SPM8741839631 | Model# JBS-225 | Added on May 10, 2017 |
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JENSEN JBS 225 Wall Mountable Digital Bluetooth(R) Music System
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Wall-Mountable Digital Bluetooth(R) Music System Features: Bluetooth(R) 2.1 with EDR; Supports A2DP & AVRCP; Streaming range up to 33ft; NFC for easy pairing; 3W x 2 speakers; Aux input; Vertical-loading CD player; Compatible with CD-R/RW; Multifunction backlit LCD display with clock; FM stereo receive

Save valuable counter or shelf space by mounting this music stereo system on the wall! The JENSEN JBS-225 is a sleek, wall-mountable Bluetooth CD music system that's perfect for the kitchen, living room, bedroom, or even the garage! It features universal Bluetooth connectivity with NFC (Near Field Communication) for easy pairing and a top mounted USB port with 1 Amp charging. It is perfect for charging your smartphone, iPhone, or iPod. The front-loading CD player features a mechanical door that opens at the press of a button and plays standard store bought CDs, as well as CDs made on your personal computer. The JBS-225 offers a brushed silver design with black accents allowing it to seamlessly integrate with many different styles in the home or office. Along with the CD function is an FM digital tuner with a multi-function backlit LCD display.
  • Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR - supports A2DP, AVRCP
  • NFC for easy pairing
  • Auxiliary input jack for connecting your iPod, MP3 or other digital audio players
  • Vertical loading CD player
  • Skip/search, forward/backward, repeat one/all and random play
  • Programmable memory
  • CD-R/RW compatible
  • Multi-function blue backlit LCD display including clock
  • FM stereo
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