Makita DMR202

Features added to Makita DMR202 bluetooth speaker

The new and versatile Makita DMR202 Job Site Speaker with Bluetooth is said to deliver the ultimate sound system on site offering an extensive range of playback options. 

Powered by the Lithium-Ion range of Makita 18v LXT and 10.8v to 12v CXT slide type batteries, as well as AC power supply, this compact and lightweight speaker delivers 10.0 watts of output from the two-way speaker system.  This model also features a 101.6mm woofer and 36mm tweeter.

This intelligent speaker features several new benefits including an LCD panel that displays song titles as well as the singer or band.  Conveniently, it can play music in USB Flash Memory overcoming the need to run via a mobile phone, and it has a repeat function that allows the entire playlist to repeat, or to be song-specific.  Additionally, a play at random function can be selected.

The job site speaker is also equipped with Bluetooth Class 2 to wirelessly connect to your mobile device for playing music with a range of up to 10 metres. There is never a fear of losing signal or running your device battery down as the DMR202 can charge your device and play at the same time, offering convenience, versatility and greater safety.

Other features of the DMR202 speaker includes AUX-IN jack; LED indicators to show power supply, maximum volume, and Bluetooth pairing / connectivity; a IP64 protection rating against dust and light rain fall, and a flat-top, anti-slip surface for the portable device. Within the speaker’s compact proportions of 211mm x 199mm x 206mm, there is an integral compartment to store your portable device so it can also be charged whilst stored within the speaker for ultimate protection and security.  Elastomer bumpers and comfortable carrying handle complete this body only model allowing you to use the existing batteries for your range of high performance Makita power tools.

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Georgina Bisby
Georgina Bisby is a journalist and editor with extensive experience covering construction and industrial news and technology, including a particular focus on health and safety, energy and environmental issues.

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