New Jabra Solemate Max wireless speaker

 

By Posted 18 Oct 2013, 05:47

The Jabra Solemate Mix wireless speaker is the latest in a line of products that definitely stamps Jabra’s own unique style in to the speaker/stereo market. The Jabra portable speaker is designed in the same fashion regarding their earlier released products such as the Solemate Mini and the Jabra Solemate. All of the designs seem to interestingly mimic the design of a shoe, while simultaneously giving the product a rugged and hardy dimension that will protect the speaker against knocks and bumps.

This speaker is a great addition to the market and comes with Dolby technology in the form of Sound Space Expander. Moreover, the speaker is easily portable and can be carried from location to location with the minimal fuss and wirelessly connects to streaming devices so you can play your music at parties, in the park, or perhaps on the beach within seconds.

The speaker contains two woofers and two tweeters, as well as a built in speakerphone that gives the user the capability to make and receive calls at their pleasure. This is accompanied with Digital Sound Processing so as to give a crystal clear sounding music straight into your ears. The speaker also comes with a wire, so if needs be, the user can connect to a device that does not have Bluetooth technology and play their music. The battery life on the speaker offers you 14 hours of both talking and streaming music and 400 hours in standby.

So what do you think of the Jabra Solemate Max wirless speaker? Are you in the market for a wireless speaker for the holiday season? And what do you think about Jabra’s unique styling of their speaker products?

Jabra Solemate Max wireless speaker

  • Prasanth Karan

    I recently bought the Bitmore e-Storm Bluetooth Wireless Water-Resistant Portable Speaker for just £50 ($75) from their website. It has a really cool design, amazing features, awesome sound quality, ultra portable and water-resistant too. Another cool feature which i havent seen in any other portable speakers is the microSD card support….so the speakers itself wud act as a MP3 player. Btw this has a volume control on the speaker which also acts as a Music control buttons. Design wise its has won a reddot design award too….Just luvin it!