A shower speaker is a device that allows you to listen to music, audiobooks, or podcasts while showering, preventing speakers from water damage and offering high-quality sound. soundcore Bluetooth bathroom speaker features IPX7 waterproof protection, meaning it can be submerged in up to one meter of water for 30 minutes. So whether you're listening to your favorite tunes in the shower or taking a dip in the pool, you can rest assured that your speaker will be protected from any water damage.
soundcore Bluetooth shower speakers have been upgraded with driver technology that extends treble up to 40kHz and minimizes distortion, giving you clear, crisp sound quality. Additionally, the dual passive radiators and upgraded BassUp technology create rich, booming bass tones that will make your music sound more immersive. Furthermore, soundcore uses advanced Bluetooth technology to ensure that you'll always have a clear and powerful connection. And with a whopping 24-hour playtime, you can take this Bluetooth shower speaker on road trips, camping trips, or anywhere else without having to worry about it running out of juice.
Generally speaking, the answer is yes if your speaker is designed to be used in wet areas. soundcore's shower speaker is a great option for those who want to take their tunes with them into the bathroom. Our shower speakers are made with IPX7 water-resistant casing that protects the internal components from any water damage. So, you can enjoy your tunes without worry while you lather up.
There are two common methods:
One option is to install a bathroom speaker system on the ceiling. This can give you high-quality sound without having to worry about getting your speakers wet. Another way is to bring a portable waterproof speaker for showering into the bathroom with you. The soundcore shower speaker is designed to withstand these conditions, making it the perfect way for you to enjoy music while taking a shower. Whatever method you choose, listening to music while bathing can be a great way to relax and unwind after a long day.
The IP rating system is a standard used to define the levels of ingress protection for electronic equipment. The system consists of two numbers, IPXX, the first of which denotes the level of protection against solids, and the second against liquids. The higher the number, the greater the level of protection. IP68, for example, is a common rating that is often seen on electrical enclosures. It is the highest protection level, the digit 6 indicates that the enclosure is totally protected against solid dust ingress, and digit 8 shows that it can withstand depths greater than 1 meter for 30 minutes or more. Another commonly seen IPX rating is IPX7, which means there’s no rating for the solids ingress portion. But it can be submerged in up to one meter of water for up to 30 minutes.