A powerful wireless speaker with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, Jongo T6 brings room-filling volume to the Jongo wireless multiroom family.
T6 can be used as a stand-alone wireless speaker, in stereo pairs, or as part of a wireless multiroom audio system.
Once connected to your Wi-Fi network you can enjoy synchronised music, radio and much more, streamed from your smartphone, tablet or compatible Pure products. For more casual audio streaming, you can also use Bluetooth to stream one-to-one from a huge range of mobile devices.
Jongo T6 offers huge sound with 100W of balanced stereo output delivered by two 5.25" full range concentric drivers. It comes with a stand for vertical or horizontal use. Options include a wall mounting bracket and coloured grille packs.
* Suitable for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad running iOS 5 (or above) and devices running Android v 2.2 (or above). Free Pure Connect app required.
Model Jongo T640
Wireless 802.11b and 802.11g supported with WEP and WPA/WPA2. A2DP Bluetooth.
Codec support Includes WMA (Standard V9), AAC, MP3, MP2
Speakers Two full-range 5" drive units
Audio power output 2 x 50W RMS
Input connectors Dual phono input for auxiliary devices. USB A for product upgrades and Ethernet connectivity
Controls Power, Volume+/-, Mute, Wi-Fi setup
Mains power supply 100-240V, 50/60Hz. internal power adapter.
Warranty Comprehensive two year warranty.
Dimensions (inches) w 14.6 x d 6.9 x h 7.5
Approvals European CE, US FCC/ETL, Australian C-Tick. Wi-Fi Alliance and ESTI EN 300 401 compliant.
"Pure's multi-room audio assault of Sonos's monopolised market continues with their expansion of the Jongo range at this year's CES conference. The Jongo T640B stereo wireless speaker and Jongo A140B wireless hi-fi adapter are the new additions making their debut at the Las Vegas event.”Tech Digest - January '13
“Many consider Sonos the main game in town for mobile-friendly, multi-room audio. Pure wants to give us at least one major alternative. Its new Jongo speaker line delivers multi-speaker streaming for radio, podcasts and Pure Music subscriptions across the home through WiFi, rather than a proprietary network, and includes Bluetooth for those who want to skip the network altogether.”Engadget - January '13