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[Edifier.com] Edifier R1010BT Powered Bluetooth Speakers $62.49

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Edifier R1010BT Powered Bluetooth Speakers $62.49

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Price:
$62.49
Savings:
50% off
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Edifier.com
Edifier R1010BT Powered Bluetooth Speakers at 50% off. I think this is the lowest ever for this pair.

-Connect two Bluetooth devices at the same time
-Bluetooth V4.0
-Built-in Class-D Amplifier eliminates need for amplifier/receiver

Coupon code thanks to Gixxer:
Gixxer wrote:
Apr 15th, 2019 7:41 pm
Thanks OP! I've ordered a pair.

@Puissance Please update this thread for additional savings of $6.24 CAD when coupon code "WELCOME10" is applied for our RFD community.
Free shipping and 2 year warranty.

Also available on Amazon.ca: https://www.amazon.ca/Edifier-R1010BT-C ... 071YV97LK/
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Last edited by Puissance on Apr 15th, 2019 9:02 pm, edited 3 times in total.
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I have a similar wired model to these (R980T) and they're great speakers. Recommended.
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Pair them to your new $10 Google Home Mini!
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blyndfyre wrote:
Apr 9th, 2019 5:31 pm
Pair them to your new $10 Google Home Mini!
free mini for me as i still have stack mastercard paying for my one year subscription to spotify!
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Any issue with being able to plug these into my desktop computer that has the standard audio jack ?
I used to be indecisive. Now i'm not so sure.
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I bought the 1850DB set a few months ago, they do sound great for gaming and watching movies but I've found them extremely lacking for listening to music compared to my previous AV40s.

These ones are an absolute steal at that price though.
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SergesPlace wrote:
Apr 9th, 2019 5:40 pm
Any issue with being able to plug these into my desktop computer that has the standard audio jack ?
You'll need a RCA to AUX converter, they're pretty cheap at Dollar4u or Absolute Dollar

Unless, the speakers happen to come with a cable that does that job
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michelangelo88 wrote:
Apr 9th, 2019 5:48 pm
You'll need a RCA to AUX converter, they're pretty cheap at Dollar4u or Absolute Dollar

Unless, the speakers happen to come with a cable that does that job
Yeah, i'm hoping it does like other versions do. I ordered them anyway. Too good a deal to pass up.
I used to be indecisive. Now i'm not so sure.
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I am tempted to buy these but not able to make a decision. I currently use R1280T and R980T. I find them both well... these will be extra's just sitting.....
How is the Bass of these 1010BT's compared to R980T's?--- ??? Please someone advise

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