Jam Storm Bluetooth Wireless Speaker

Luton, Bedfordshire £25.00

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10 days ago

Description

The Jam Storm is looking to take on other Bluetooth speakers with an interesting feature: a storm button that increases the bass via vibrations through the surface it’s placed on.
Best little speaker ever! Bass is okay without or with storm effect. High ends are super clear as well!!!
This speaker is a very nice surprise. I was expecting a decent sound quality and no bass and deep low frequencies, but this little fellow is a wolf in a sheep clothes.
With a push of button, the bass is coming to live and you feel like a way bigger speaker is near you. You can actually feel the base on the surface on which it stands.


Specifications:
4-speaker system
6W + 6W (vibration) speaker power
70B SNR
60 - 18,000Hz
Wireless up to 30ft (10m)
Bluetooth
360 deg; audio
Vibrating bass feature
Voice prompts
Speakerphone
3.5mm jack input
Mini USB
USB charging
A/C adaptor
Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
Up to 8 hours of wireless play
92.5 x 79.5 x 79.5 mm (H x W x D)
Weight 486g

Ad ID: 1275063080

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