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Decorative White 90 CFM Bluetooth Stereo Speaker Bath Fan with LED Light

$159.00 /each
  • Very quiet bath fan
  • Bluetooth-enabled for clear stereo sound
  • Pairs with your favorite wireless devices

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Model # 7130-02-BT

Internet # 205429483

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Homewerks Worldwide ventilation fan with an integrated Bluetooth-enabled Stereo speakers and LED Light. Perfect for the Tech-savvy homeowner with a desire to stream audio from their Smartphone or tablets into their bathroom. Since the Bluetooth Stereo speakers are integrated directly into the bath fan wiring there is no need to re-charge the speaker. LED white light with a Blue Night light.

  • Very quiet bath fan (1.5 sones) with powerful air movement up to 90 CFM
  • Delivers crisp clear stereo sound up to 30 ft. away through the bath fan
  • Pairs wireless with smart phones, tablets and lap tops
  • Gives homeowner the ability to wirelessly play their song play list, podcast, or radio through the ceiling speaker in the bath fan

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Housing Length (in.) 
9.25 
Housing Width (in.) 
9.25 
Maximum Room Size (ft sq) 
90 
Product Height (in.) 
17 
Product Length (in.) 
15 
Product Width (in.) 
11 
Details
Air Volume (CFM) 
90 
Bath Fan Features 
Decorative,Light,Nightlight,Remote Control 
Bulb(s) Included 
Yes 
Ceiling or Wall Installation 
Ceiling 
Color Family 
White 
Fan Sound Level (Sones) 
1.2 
Housing Material 
Metal 
Mounting Style 
Flush Mount 
Number of Bulbs Required 
Product Weight (lb.) 
13.75 lb 
Recommended Bulb Type 
LED 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Wattage (watts) 
12 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed,HVI Certified 
ENERGY STAR Certified 
No 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Fan-3 year warranty, Bluetooth Speaker Limited 1 year warranty 

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Brand: Home Netwerks
Housing Width (in.): 9.25
Housing Length (in.): 9.25
Fan Sound Level (Sones): 1.0 - 1.5
Maximum Room Size (ft sq): 70 - 100
Price: $150 - $200
Ceiling or Wall Installation: Ceiling
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Will the speaker work WITHOUT the fan on?

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January 25, 2016
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The newest version has a nice modern switch. I would contact the company to see about updating from the old rotary switch.
They are labeled for each item to turn on; Light, Nite light, Fan, Music. Pretty simple with that new switch, no numbers to remember what does what.
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Yes. Five distinct settings. Limited options. 1) blue LED night light, 2) white LED std light, 3) white LED std light and fan, 4) white LED std light, fan and Bluetooth, 5) white LED std light and Bluetooth. My wife wasn't happy with this.
Poorly thought out controller. Should have a 3-way toggle for lighting (OFF, Blue, White) and 2-way toggle for fan and Bluetooth so that any one component could be
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Yes. Five distinct settings. Limited options. 1) blue LED night light, 2) white LED std light, 3) white LED std light and fan, 4) white LED std light, fan and Bluetooth, 5) white LED std light and Bluetooth. My wife wasn't happy with this.
Poorly thought out controller. Should have a 3-way toggle for lighting (OFF, Blue, White) and 2-way toggle for fan and Bluetooth so that any one component could be turned on or off.
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Yes, there are 5 options on the control switch, #5 is LED & Bluetooth only
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No. Five distinct settings. Limited options. 1) blue LED night light, 2) white LED std light, 3) white LED std light and fan, 4) white LED std light, fan and Bluetooth, 5) white LED std light and Bluetooth. My wife wasn't happy with this.
Poorly thought out controller. Should have a 3-way toggle for lighting (OFF, Blue, White) and 2-way toggle for fan and Bluetooth so that any one component could be Read More
No. Five distinct settings. Limited options. 1) blue LED night light, 2) white LED std light, 3) white LED std light and fan, 4) white LED std light, fan and Bluetooth, 5) white LED std light and Bluetooth. My wife wasn't happy with this.
Poorly thought out controller. Should have a 3-way toggle for lighting (OFF, Blue, White) and 2-way toggle for fan and Bluetooth so that any one component could be turned on or off. Read Less
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July 22, 2015
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Yes, the Bluetooth speaker can work without the fan being turned on.
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July 22, 2015
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Their wiring with the switch allows for the fan to be off, but the LED white light must be on. Switch position 4 has "white LED light, fan and bluetooth", and position 5 has "white LED light and bluetooth". With only a little extra wiring adjustments inside the fan, I disconnected the fan from the switch entirely as I have a separate fan timer switch that I prefer as I like to leave a bathroom with a fan Read More
Their wiring with the switch allows for the fan to be off, but the LED white light must be on. Switch position 4 has "white LED light, fan and bluetooth", and position 5 has "white LED light and bluetooth". With only a little extra wiring adjustments inside the fan, I disconnected the fan from the switch entirely as I have a separate fan timer switch that I prefer as I like to leave a bathroom with a fan running and know that it will turn off by itself soon. The fan is very quiet and the speakers are generous. With the fan running, if your sound is on, you will barely hear the fan if at all. Read Less
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Moisture dripping from under the cover

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I just installed the fan and i've noticed that there is moisture collecting under the cover and dripping down through the cover in two spots. When you are facing the direction where the hose connection is it's dripping from the black wire connection. The second spot when facing the same direction appears to be coming from behind a lip on the right side. I attached pictures so I hope that helps.

I also don't feel like it's sucking the moisture out very well. The ceiling was pretty wet just now so I don't know if the water is just too hot or if it's just not doing a good job. I'm pretty sure the hose and everything is connected properly. I didn't feel any air leaks. It feels pretty strong up on the roof. I held a tissue up to the cover and that stays up there really well.
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October 14, 2015
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I went up on the roof with just the fan on and the air flow felt pretty good. My wife turned the shower on and I felt a difference in temp very quick and I held a mirror up to the vent and it fogged up so I thought that was a good test to see if it was pushing the moisture out the roof vent. I'm not sure what the air flow should feel like...so i'm thinking that the fan just isn't powerful enough. I'm Read More
I went up on the roof with just the fan on and the air flow felt pretty good. My wife turned the shower on and I felt a difference in temp very quick and I held a mirror up to the vent and it fogged up so I thought that was a good test to see if it was pushing the moisture out the roof vent. I'm not sure what the air flow should feel like...so i'm thinking that the fan just isn't powerful enough. I'm going to check the hose and make sure nothing is cockeyed in insulation and that the connections are secure but I think I am going to go with a 130 or so CFM fan instead. Read Less
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My first instinct is that 90 CFM may not be sufficient for your bathroom. My wife and I take pretty hot showers and have no problems with moisture. Because it's getting colder, we have even left the fan off until we're done and still nothing drips down. We turn the fan on when we're done and it effectively removes the moisture within minutes. My second thought is that the exhaust is being blocked at some Read More
My first instinct is that 90 CFM may not be sufficient for your bathroom. My wife and I take pretty hot showers and have no problems with moisture. Because it's getting colder, we have even left the fan off until we're done and still nothing drips down. We turn the fan on when we're done and it effectively removes the moisture within minutes. My second thought is that the exhaust is being blocked at some point. If it's not properly venting outside the house, that can happen. Read Less
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I did go back up and add insulation around the fan because it just seemed like the logical thing to do. Afterwards I turned on the shower and there wasn't any moisture. This morning however, there was. The hose itself is well insulated. I don't think the moisture is coming back in from the hose/duct. I think it's just collecting behind the cover. There is also a lot on the ceiling around the fan. I'm Read More
I did go back up and add insulation around the fan because it just seemed like the logical thing to do. Afterwards I turned on the shower and there wasn't any moisture. This morning however, there was. The hose itself is well insulated. I don't think the moisture is coming back in from the hose/duct. I think it's just collecting behind the cover. There is also a lot on the ceiling around the fan. I'm going to go back up and check the connections again. Venting out the side of the house isn't an option. Read Less
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High moisture, cold attic temps, good fan and the exhaust slanted back to the fan....conditions for condensation inside you exhaust vent. Either vent out the side of the house and cover the exhaust hose with your attic insulation or turn down the temp on your shower ;) This has nothing to do with the fan, other than proving it works.
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Considering for use in a condo - Anyone used in a mult-floor situation? How is the volume ABOVE the unit?

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So I'm on the 2nd floor of a 3rd floor condo building. My existing Broan unit, a 100HL, is bothering the neighbor above me. When the fan is on, it causes her floor to vibrate. And that's without using the heater.

Looking for a replacement unit today, this one seems nice and the grill might be wide enough to cover the hole from my previous, LONG unit. And once I get the old box out, I'm hoping the extra length of the whole will make it easier to install the fan in my ceiling from "below". I don't have an access space to install it from.

But the big question is, if I use these speakers, how is the noise for someone above them? Anyone using one of these in a multi-story house or like condo? Have anyone complain that they can hear your radio or music from above? Probably should stick to a standard ceiling light / fan, but the Bluetooth option sounds really cool if it won't cause me any additional grief.
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May 24, 2016
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The Bluetooth speakers sit below the fan, attached to the grill. We cannot speak to the volume above the unit. You will need enough room from below to install the mounting brackets to the joists above, to support the unit.
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This fan unit fit in a standard opening for a fan. It probably won't cover an opening if an elongated hole was made for the previous fan. Check the dimensions before trying.
The speakers rest inside the fan space and don't add to width. The circular cover does extend a little more beyond the corners of the box to help increase the ability to draw the air through the small holes. It can produce a loud Read More
This fan unit fit in a standard opening for a fan. It probably won't cover an opening if an elongated hole was made for the previous fan. Check the dimensions before trying.
The speakers rest inside the fan space and don't add to width. The circular cover does extend a little more beyond the corners of the box to help increase the ability to draw the air through the small holes. It can produce a loud sound and this would easily transmit through the floor above, especially if there is no acoustical insulation above the fan. Would consider buying a bluetooth speaker to sit in the bathroom so you are not to blame for the noise or just let them use their phone like normal people. In my house, I can hear our master bathroom through several walls as my wife uses it regularly and not at full volume. Read Less
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I think the music will resonate into he room above yours. I love mine but I have a an attic above my ceiling where nobody is bothered.
If you have no access above your ceiling you will have to remove additional sheet rock to be able to secure the brackets that hold the fan in place. You will have to replace the sheet rock, spackle and paint the ceiling.
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Can I wire the function control switch to run multiple units?

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I have 2 of these units installed to meet cfm requirements. they are controlled from a single function control switch. I'd like the fans, light, night light, and Bluetooth music to function in unison. In testing, sometimes both units sync correctly, and sometimes they do not.
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May 11, 2016
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Thank you for your inquiry. These fans are not designed to run in a series. They have one to one readers between the fan and the switch. As a result, they will not function properly if they are connected to one switch. If you would like further assistance, please call our customer service at 877-319-3757.
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You must have one massively large bathroom!
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I'm not sure about wiring multiple units together on one function control, I would call customer service about this question. I called customer service about another issue and they were spot on, very nice to deal with!
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 92 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome! This fan clears air out of my bathroom quickly. The mirrors are clear again before I'm even done drying off after a shower. The blue night light is a nice feature and the speakers are decent for the price. It's easy to connect devices via Bluetooth, so it's great all around. I did have to hire an electrician to wire it, as it needed 2 extra wires in the wall (the fan switch has 2 data wires that are required for operation). But, it was an easy job for the electrician and the fan is well worth it. April 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very Nice Product I dont leave reviews often but im reading contradictory reviews so i wanted to share my experience. First, i had it installed proffesionally simply because spending my off day in the attic isnt my ideal of fun. The electrician said he ran into a few snags but called the fan manufacturer (on a saturday) and they cleared things up for him. It took him 5hrs but that included a 1hr trip to home depot. Now- my fan operates as following: i have a power rocker switch, a fan button, music button, a nightlite button, and a light button. All lights and music operate independantly so long as the power switch is on. I can play music only, music with any light color, music November 15, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by poor quality The fan is really loud. I worked through the troubleshooting guide to try and quiet it down and all the recommendations failed. The Bluetooth speakers stopped working within 2 days of install and just emit high pitch noise if turned on. May 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Music in the shower and a night light! I have a small bathroom and didn't want to clutter the ceiling with a fan and a light. This does both with the added bonus of a night light that is a soft blue that doesn't destroy my night vision so I won't stub my toe on the way back to bed. For me though the really cool feature id the bluetooth speaker. I used to bring my phone and a portable speaker into the bathroom with me but that took up too much of my tiny counter. Now I can rock out while getting clean, who could ask for more. Installation was fairly easy, I shut off the breaker and removed the old fixture opened the hole to fit the new enclosure and rewire everything. Adding the vent to the roof was a bit more work but not really hard if you take your time. April 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by For the price of this unit should work better. I have a 1970 bathroom with out ventilation. I start seen mold around the bathroom more and more so I decide to purchase this fan because the bluetooth and the night light. Installation took 5 hours because the 2 extra wire its required. (when i said 5 hours it was all day job) The next morning I notice the fan was leaking water so I did a research on the fan. The fan its made for bathroom 10x9 but my bathroom its 9x6 this unit should be enough to take all the steam out. Contact the company for some solution and there respond was exactly what I already know. I change the duct from one position to another position because it was to high so water was getting stuck in the vent duct and returning to the fan. I also purchase a insulated duct to see if that help, sent the duct its in the attic. Problem still not solve. I ask the company to replace the unit under warranty. After 4 month remodeling the bathroom I give the fan another try and still same issue. January 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by junk Bad switch had one replaced by company second switch broke no replacement for it May 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very pleased One new product in my on-going bath remodel... SPEAKERS; 2- 3 INCH speakers...Loud LED LIGHT; very bright (no wattage on the paperwork though) NIGHTLIGHT; very soothing and pleasant BLUETOOTH; incredible sound (Spotify from an iPad). 10x better than my Kohler Moxie FAN; a good 90 CFM fan, gets the steam out quickly. Very very quiet too. I had to pause the music to make sure that the fan was even running. WATERPROOF BLUETOOTH REMOTE; great to keep in the shower, for when that not-so-good song comes on This is the bath fan for the 21st Century, although climbing up in the attic 10x was a not pleasant. October 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bluetooth Fan Love this fan!!! Especially the blue nightlight and blue tooth Feature. Dancing in the shower! Fan is quiet and works well. May 19, 2016
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