Wireless speaker technology is generally like a FM radio waves that can travel through walls creating them very suitable for the home and also very simple to use. It makes cables seem so complicated to use because they do cause mess and disorganization behind your audio equipment. There are certain restrictions to using wireless technology which can be the range of some. The first kind of widely used wireless speaker is Bluetooth that work with all kinds of mobile phones, tabs, notebooks etc. This kind of technology is restricted to about 30 ft or so in range. This can be a restriction if you need simply to move around the home while making the device set in one place. It could be an issue with a tablet or laptop as they aren’t as mobile as iPhones and other smart kind mobile phones. Otherwise it’s not a big deal if you have a smart phone as you generally carry them around anyway.
The other kind of wireless technology is based upon radio waves as we described above that are used with common home audio systems receiver and speaker configurations. They use a standard wireless transmitter and receiver to send and get signals. The range of these audio system can be up to 150 ft which make them really practical as you can use them around the home and outside as well. Even if you own a huge home they will still be very flexible range wise. These also provide a very excellent range of sound that is robust and full. Many of the Bluetooth speakers are very suitable to iPhone and iPad customers because of their mobility and sound as opposed to built in speakers in these kinds of gadgets. Producers have come up with some excellent designs too.