JBL's extra-tiny Soundfly BT wall outlet speaker gets spoiled by the FCC

JBL's extra-tiny Soundfly BT wall outlet speaker gets spoiled by the FCC

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New JBL is known for its portable speakers, but an FCC filing has revealed that it's willing to make speakers that are almost inconspicuous. The Soundfly BT would represent your everyday Bluetooth speaker save for the very uncommon ability to optionally plug directly into a wall outlet, skipping the power...
JBL's extra-tiny Soundfly BT wall outlet speaker gets spoiled by the FCC
                               

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