Jabra SOLEMATE Wireless Bluetooth Portable Speaker – Black

November 9, 2013 - Comment

Introducing the new Jabra Solemate – the go anywhere, do anything portable speaker with massive sound that lets you share your music everywhere. All you have to do is provide the tunes and Solemate will do the rest. Connect to your smartphone, MP3 player, tablet, laptop or anything that can play music using Bluetooth, a

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Introducing the new Jabra Solemate – the go anywhere, do anything portable speaker with massive sound that lets you share your music everywhere. All you have to do is provide the tunes and Solemate will do the rest. Connect to your smartphone, MP3 player, tablet, laptop or anything that can play music using Bluetooth, a 3.5 mm audio cable or USB cable. Bluetooth 3.0 technology works up to 33 feet away, so you can DJ the party from across the room. When it comes to sound quality, the Solemate starts where the competition stops. Custom-designed and tested in our state-of-the-art facilities, it provides the ultimate portable speaker experience. With strong, deep bass from an inte¬grated subwoofer and rich, vibrant acoustics from dual tweeters, the Solemate sounds great at any level. It goes up to 120 dB SPL, so go ahead and turn it up. Don’t let your system’s speakers take the fun out of your music, movies and games. Use your Solemate to transform your computer or tablet into a portable cinema, stereo or arcade. The Solemate doesn’t stop at music. Connect to your phone and you’ve got your own personal speakerphone. Or take your video chats to the next level by using Solemate with Skype, Google Talk, and other video chat services.

Product Features

  • Powerful sound with 3 front facing speakers (2 acoustic tweeters and 1 powerful subwoofer) and a proprietary passive bass radiator
  • Take it anwhere and play music through durable sound bag, which provides additional protection from sand, sun and moisture
  • Connect wired or wirelessly via Bluetooth, USB cable or 3.5 mm audio cable located in the sole; use it with multiple devices to play high quality music, movies, games and more
  • Speakerphone capability – make and take calls from your computer, tablet or mobile phone; Up to 8 hours for calls or music and 40 days standby time
  • In the box: durable sound bag, AC wall charger, USB cable and 3.5mm audio cable (located in the sole)

 

Comments

Minh-Ha Tran says:

Excellent Choice I just got my Jabra Solemate today. It easily paired with both my Droid and my MacBook. This thing is loud. I was playing some Submotion Orchestra and then a bit of Black Sun Empire. I streamed Pandora to it from my phone while sitting outside and even felt I had to turn it down a bit at times. The bluetooth range is actually much better than my Belkin A50 home bluetooth receiver.The size is perfect and the build quality is excellent. It feels solid and substantial and has a nice heft to it. The fit, finish, and build materials evoke a sense of quality. It looks, feels, and performs like a high-end device. In terms of the sound – the bass is very satisfying for a speaker of this size. The audio is rich and the drums really hit.In terms of the Bluetooth connection, streaming from the Droid produces a much louder response than when streaming from my MacBook – not sure why. Anyways, it’s a piece of cake to pair, and the connection is solid, consistent,…

Amy S. says:

Comparison with Jambox I’ve had my Jambox for just under a year. I’ve had the SOLEMATE for about a month. Here’s how they compare:SOUND: The Jambox sounds decent if you find the right place to put it. It prefers a horizontal surface that is resonant and a vertical surface that it can reflect off off. The SOLEMATE is similar, but relies less on placement to produce good sound. Overall the SOLEMATE’s sound is warmer and it cranks a bit louder. Winner: SOLEMATE.APPEARANCE: The Jambox’s looks beat the SOLEMATE hands down. It’s industrial design is at home in the most modern of environments and it sits unobtrusively wherever you place it. The SOLEMATE looks more like a shoe. Winner: Jambox.CASE: Both the Jambox and the SOLEMATE have rubber on their horizontal surfaces and metal mesh on their vertical surfaces. The SOLEMATE has a “sole” like that of a shoe. The Jambox is smooth. The buttons are essentially the same. The SOLEMATE feels a little more solid and includes a strap to…

pinkoos says:

Pick this over the Jambox The Jabra Solemate is pitched to compete directly against the Jawbone Jambox. I picked up the Jambox first and put it through it’s paces. True it had excellent sound quality, but it also had several major flaws: (1) The rubber on it’s base is too smooth, so when you play music, the bass vibrates the speaker enough that there is a real possibility that it will vibrate itself right off your table or countertop; (2) the Jambox’s Bluetooth implementation is not the best, especially if you’re using a Mac. I didn’t have major issues with my iPhone and the Jambox, but did have a heck of a lot of problems getting it to work consistently with my Mac.The Jabra Solemate, however, equals or exceeds the Jambox in the sound quality department plus it addresses the issues I mentioned above, namely: (1) the rubber on the base is grooved (like the sole of your shoe), so there is no worry whatsoever that it will slide itself off the table (trust me, I’ve tried with it on the highest volume…

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