Ryobi P746 One+ 18-Volt Lithium Ion / AC Dual-Powered AM/FM Stereo System with USB and Bluetooth Technology (Battery, Charger, and Extension Cord Not Included / Radio Only)
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|Item Dimensions L x W x H||16.06 x 7.95 x 7.6 inches|
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- HYBRID POWER SOURCES: You can plug this straight into your wall with AC power (Extension cord not included). Alternatively, you can use 18v Ryobi Lithium Ion or NiCad batteries, so you can listen to your music or news on-the-go, in the shop, or at home
- MULTIPLE LISTENING PLATFORMS: Plug your smartphone or MP3 player into the auxiliary port, listen to AM or FM radio, or connect wirelessly with the onboard bluetooth technology
- CHARGE YOUR DEVICES with the included 2.1 USB port that you can plug compatible smartphones and mp3 players into
- PERSONALIZE YOUR LISTENING EXPERIENCE with the built-in audio equalizer so you can adjust bass and treble to your own preference
- PLUG EXTRA SPEAKERS IN with the added Auxiliary Out function so you can add your favorite speakers for improved sound performance and entertainment value while on the job
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A jobsite without music is like a house without music. Liven up your workspace or home with the Ryobi P746 stereo system. It is versatile, with the ability to play music from its AM / FM radio or from your phone or mp3 player. Either plug in with the auxiliary cable or use the built-in bluetooth system so you can change tracks without having to cross the room. You can even charge your devices with the 2-amp USB port, with sizeable storage on the top of the stereo. Your music can play for hours on-the-go with one of the Ryobi One+ system’s lithium ion batteries, or as long as you want with an extension cord. Bring it camping and hiking or save it for when the power’s out and you need access to the news. Whether you need to be prepared for emergencies, travel, or simply stay entertained at the jobsite, Ryobi has your back.
TOOL-ONLY. DOES NOT INCLUDE THE REQUIRED BATTERY OR CHARGER.
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- can be battery operated (all ONE+ batteries) or plugged into the wall outlet with your typical extension cord (not the type with multiple plugs).
- quite loud with two 7W speakers
- has a basic bass/treble adjustment and the bass is decent
- matches all of your other Ryobi gear (for better or worse)
- AM/FM (10 presets each) makes it feel like it can be used in emergencies
- easy Bluetooth pairing/connection
- aux in AND aux out for connecting to more speakers (especially speakers without bluetooth capability)
- has a tray and a stand for your phone/tablet
- it's got like a clock, man
- this thing works quite well for my needs, so the biggest con isn't much of a con. The weight distribution is a little rear heavy when you're using the handle and a battery is in the port (even the smaller 1.3Ah batteries)
- was hoping it'll cost even less because Ryobi has always been great value, but perhaps because this is a limited edition speaker and, I dunno, I'm cheap?
- being water/dust resistant would have been a big bonus considering the environment. But then it'll cost more...
Overall, an excellent addition to your Ryobi collection. If you've got Ryobi gadgets already and are looking for a Bluetooth speaker, this is perfect. If you want slightly less powerful sound, their smaller P742 is also a fantastic choice. I also do own that little guy and it's quite decent, just smaller everything.
FM radio reception is ok, but not great. The antenna is very small, so if you live in a distant area you will likely have a hard time getting radio reception. Also, the sound quality on FM is rather poor. The audio is very muffled. I had to manually turn the treble to the max setting and turn the bass way down to one of the lowest settings to get the audio sounding better.
On the other hand the Bluetooth audio is very good and I had no trouble pairing my cell phone and listening to music.