- Six Watts RMS
- 40x100x180mm, 500g (without batteries)
- 2.8" IPS TFT - great contrast and viewing angle
- Batteries - four AAs can be rechargeable - doesn’t charge them
- Power in - type C connector - AC adaptor supplied with short 600mm lead - replace with longer lead to suit.
- USB Port for USB memory, CD, Ethernet, Keyboard, Hub...
- Internal loudspeakers - two 40mm drivers and passive radiator - mono
- 7 to 9 hours battery life.
- Wood, Aluminium, Fabric and Plastic construction.
- 10,000 MP3 tracks or 2,000 videos (or a mix) on 32G model
- 5,000 MP3 tracks or 1,000 videos (or a mix) on the 16G model
- Works as a Bluetooth Speaker
- Internet radio with 40,000 stations
- Web UI - control from laptop, phone or tablet
- Youtube* - search, play and download videos
- Support for external USB headphone DAC - works with £5 generic DACs all the way up to audiophile FiiO DACs. Use this for headphones or audio out.
The number of tracks that a bb1 can hold depends on the amount of memory but also on the kind of compression - mp3, flac, aac or wav (no compression). For mp3 (and aac) it also depends on something called the bitrate. Track lengths vary so manufacturers often assume a three minute average for sake of comparisons.
|BB1 Capacity in tracks|
|128k MP3||256k MP3||FLAC||WAV|
The Youtube related functions depend on the Youtube website continuing to operate as it does today.