HMDX JAM PLUS BLUETOOTH WIRELESS SPEAKER (BLUEBERRY)
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The HMDX Blue JAM Plus Wireless Speaker improves over the original by allowing you to pair a 2nd Jam Plus speaker for true stereo sound. With its rechargeable lithium ion battery, The JAM Plus supplies up to four hours of playing time at a range up to 30 feet through built in Bluetooth. For devices that donâ€TMt have Bluetooth, use the provided line-in connection. Available in multiple colors. (NOTE: you can NOT pair the JAM Plus with a JAM Classic).
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For a full unboxing & overview of the Jam Plus by HMDX, Check out my YouTube channel "HenPortMedia" or go to the link below.
Link : http://youtu.be/nvYNMMXXlJ4
I hope this has been informative.
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The Jam Classic sounds amazingly good considering how small the speaker is with crisp highs and punchy bass that is barely audible because of its small size. But despite its size you can tell its trying to do the big bass. Setup is easy and practically foolproof. I expected at least as much from the Jam Plus.
The Jam Plus is quite a bit bigger than the Jam classic but does not sound any better. In the speakers I've obtained (used, like new?), the highs are muffled, bass is weak, sound is somewhat distorted, there's a rattle at some frequencies.
Setup is exceptionally difficult and temperamental. Many times my device (Macbook or iPhone) won't see the Jam Plus to pair to it. I keep trying a bunch of times and sometimes it eventually works. The speakers don't seem to be able to pair to more than one device, or it gets confused somehow. With the Jam Classic this was no issue. It would automatically connect to whatever device was around. Major hassle with the Jam Plus.
I bought two speakers for stereo. The sync is good between the channels, no time lag. But its a fragile setup. I've had it pair to only one not the other. You have to turn it off to pair, but that turns them both off. Repeated tries are a pain having to press the power button for several seconds on two speakers that often refuse to pair to anything.
The Jam Classic sounded like an excellent little speaker in a tiny enclosure. The Jam Plus sounds like a bigger much cheaper speaker in a larger enclosure. On balance it doesn't sound much worse than the classic, but certainly not any better.
Overall disappointing. Not worth it for stereo. Too hard to setup and the connection is too error prone. I regret purchasing them and may try to return them.
Update: I've decided the main speaker I was testing is defective, i.e. a blown out speaker. The rattle is the speaker coil scraping against the magnet. I'm focusing on testing the other speaker I bought. Might not be as bad as I thought. Will update the review when I'm done.
Update: Replacement speaker seems much better. Bass and definition seem ok, no worse that Classic. Its still very hard and inconsistent to get them to pair in stereo especially if attempting to pair to multiple devices, or switching between stereo configuration and mono. Each time seems to take multiple attempts before it actually works. But I'm greatly upping my star rating. Overall, not bad set of speakers.
Ignore the crappy-sound comments-- there will always be people who want something for nothing and are therefore perpetually unhappy. In the non-imaginary world this is about as good as you're going to get for the money. I've had mine for five weeks and use it multiple times daily.