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Thursday, December 20, 2018
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
-Better sound quality than my Galaxy S6. -Long battery life, it hasn't died on me yet. -Decent bluetooth range, easy bluetooth usage.
-Really annoying robot POWER ON!!!, and BLUETOOTH CONNECTED!!!, BLUETOOTH DISCONNECTED!!!, and POWER OFF!!! voice that you can't disable or change volume levels. -You cannot be sneaky turning this thing on or off. -Useless FM
I use this for podcasts around the house, with my phone in the middle of the house I can get a good signal most anywhere (900sq ft). The sound quality is way better than my phone, nowhere near as shrill. It's worth it when it's on deep sale like it was when I got it.
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
This is more than just a Bluetooth speaker, it has a USB port, a Micro SD port, Bluetooth, and auxiliary. After buying this a year ago, I started to look for a similar one but different so that everyone in the family would have their own, and I couldn't find one with all those inputs almost at any price. When they went on sale again I bought 2 more and have different stickers on them so we know which is which. Oh yeah it can also serve as phone battery backup for your phone in a pinch.
Like the other review stated the Micro USB and Aux ports are too close to run both at the same time. The FM reception isn't great and a purpose built radio will always out perform this. After a year of use and abuse the AUX port has gotten loose and no longer connects.
At this price, perhaps look elsewhere unless you want all the functions and ports this speaker has. On sale, go for it you will be hard pressed to find anything else that will do everything this can for that price. Makes a great speaker for my Raspberry Pi when I have it connected to my computer monitor.
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
- Good sound quality - Good value when it's on sale
- Terrible FM reception - Very poor port design as you can't have DC power and 3.5mm plugged in at the same time!!!
It sounds pretty good for the price (sale price not $60). The FM reception is really bad. Instructions say plug in the included 3.5mm cable which will act as an external antenna, this helps but reception is still worse than my tiny 15 year old Sony clock radio. This is a moot point anyways due to one huge design flaw; the DC power input and the 3.5mm ports are too close and cannot be used simultaneously!!! You can't charge and listen to FM with antenna or charge and listen to Aux.