Blast from the past
Bluetooth® speakers tend to be small with a spherical or cube-shaped design. If that's not your aesthetic, you're often out of luck. This little Mini Vintage Bluetooth Stereo, however, is a different form factor entirely - one from the era of the Magnavox Odyssey and Schoolhouse Rock.
With a look from the 70s when the hot "fi" of the day was "hi" not "wi," this receiver and speaker set pack today's technology into a classy faux woodgrain paneled exterior. Your Bluetooth device, such as your phone, pairs with the receiver, or you can opt to use the line-in function as long as your device has a standard audio jack out. The receiver measures a scant 1 1/2" tall x 4" square (when you count the huge knobs on the front). The speakers each measure 3" x 2" x 1 3/4". It's a far cry from the day when the stereo took up a shelf and the speakers had their own stands. And the thing could give you a fierce shock, too, if you didn't pick your feet up on that shag carpeting.