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myIphone4s

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Well I am wanting to buy a set of speakers after hearing my buddy's (he has apple products) his was pretty cheap and it sounded great. So I cant get the kind he has. The were wireless also I am not sure if it was wi-fi, bluetooth, or air play. (Not important just me giving a reason why)

I am wanting some feed back on sound systems (SPEAKERS ONLY) that are wireless have great base and sound good, and cost less then a $100 dollar bill

I have a sony radio but is wired and ment for iphone I used it for alarm clock and music while gaming and I dont use it no more since it's wired

the # number of speakers I want is 2 so I can put them up on the wall

thank yall for the advice
 

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I personally have not used BT speakers, I just haven't had a need for them with great speakers on my computer's at work, home, ipod in the car but given the price point you are shooting for your options are going to be limited. However check this out Best Bluetooth speakers - CNET Reviews they do have a nice range and review of BT speakers and JBL does have a set for $99 with a reivew of 4/5 stars and "excellent" as the rating. Worth a check.
 

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I saw that. But going a different route my buddy tells me that I can use my wireless router to play music he wont let my try it out but if I can screen mirror using my xbox to play songs I can use my router to play music. And no I dont want to use my xbox I cant play songs while gaming.

It has to be a usb only plug I will check my router for a headphone port when I get home
 

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I saw that. But going a different route my buddy tells me that I can use my wireless router to play music he wont let my try it out but if I can screen mirror using my xbox to play songs I can use my router to play music. And no I dont want to use my xbox I cant play songs while gaming.

It has to be a usb only plug I will check my router for a headphone port when I get home

I really have no idea where you are going with this now - Compared to the original idea of a simple, inexpensive BT speaker, it sounds complex/convoluted ((routers with headphone ports (!?); usb only plugs (?); xbox involved/not involved? (can't tell from your post)), unlikely to work, and of limited usefulness even if you are successful.

Can you simply restate your objective (e.g., I want to be able to walk around my house and wirelessly control music in real time using my phone with the sound coming out of wireless speakers located in one or more rooms.) If it is multiple rooms, then you sre probably looking at a Sonos setup, if a single room, a simple BT speaker should suffice. Your phone can use music either stored locally on yor device, music stored on a cloud drive (e.g, dropbox), a streaming music service (e.g., Pandora, Spotify, Google Play Music), or on a networked storage device (e.g., a drive hooked up directly to the usb host port on your router) and can broadcast it to your wireless speaker setup.

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I apologize I switch subjects very quickly.

My friend has a wireless router with a speakers plugged In ok he uses apple products but the speakers arent they are wired to the router and he plays music through them from his phone.

I have a wireless router with usb ports. So I might be able to pull this off using screen mirror feature

I was using the xbox as an example since everything is on the same network I can use the xbox for video, pictures and music. So here is what I mean phone wireless router-xbox-then the tv but I cant play games while I am listening to music
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I can use bluetooth but after reading it cost to much for the sound I want I can get wired for a lot cheaper then bluetooth
 

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I use a Sony BTX500 BT speaker for my portable needs and a Samsung soundbar
with BT that I can use if I'm in the media room.

They both kick ***.

John
 

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Have bose soundlink ii, awesome wireless blue tooth, but bit more than $100. Have Chromecast and use that to play through home stereo which works good as well.
 

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I love my HiFi speakers, (<-where I got mine)
I use these for my desktop computer, phone, and tv and etc all at one time.. and they sound AMAZING. I can sync different devices on and off them very easily all at one time. They work great for me with music, movies and etc.. and I sometime move them around my room for a surround effect(sounds like what you wanted). If you wanted just 2 you could easily get them separate I think they may run just a tab over 100$.. But I think you would be happy you paid the extra money!! I love my Hifi speakers, wouldn't trade them!!

Hope this helps!