For 20 years, products developed by the Bluetooth® community have been driving innovations and creating new markets like wireless audio and entertainment.

Bluetooth has become the default way to listen to wireless audio.

The audio cable was one of the first cords Bluetooth cut. Since then, Bluetooth technology has become the default way to listen to wireless audio — stripping away the hassle of wires on headsets, speakers, home entertainment devices, and more.

“Consumers see Bluetooth as being synonymous with audio. It frees you from being physically tethered,” said Sascha Segan from PC Mag.

Watch this video to see how the Bluetooth community has changed the way consumers experience audio and entertainment.

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