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Review: Inateck BP2003 Bluetooth Speakers

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The cardboard box containing the Inateck BP2003 speaker is printed in one colour and contains only one symbol of the speaker. The package contains, next to the loudspeaker, which is padded with little plastic, a user manual, as well as a 1 m long micro-USB charging cable and a 1 m long 3.5 mm jack cable. The cables are silver and match the colours of the Bluetooth speakers.

The upper part of the speaker is made of transparent acrylic, which looks like frozen glass. The lower part of the outer casing and the buttons are made of plastic. Two rubber feet provide a firm hold so that the speaker cannot be moved easily. From the front you can see the two drivers and the on/off button, which houses a status LED. From above you can only see the Inateck lettering. On the rear side there are four buttons and the connectors for Micro-USB and AUX. The BP2003 speaker would fit very well on a well tidied up desk with white devices.

Bluetooth mode Coupling blinking blue
Bluetooth mode connected blue light up
Audio cable mode connected green light
Charge Red light
Charging completed green light

The reset button is located between the two connections and can only be reached with a small pointed object. Next to the connectors are the buttons for volume control and mode switching (Bluetooth or AUX). You can fast-forward or rewind a song by holding down the volume buttons.

To switch the device on or off, keep the on/off button pressed. The on/off button also serves as a start/stop button, as long as you press it briefly. If you switch the loudspeakers on or off, you will hear an acoustic noise that is easy to hear.

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If you press the M button longer, you disconnect the Bluetooth connection and can pair a new device with the speakers. Unfortunately, the speaker does not support multipoint pairing, which means that only one device can be paired with the speakers at a time. When a device is successfully paired, a bright noise sounds, when a device is disconnected, the noise is darker.

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