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HMDX Jam Bluetooth Wireless Speaker Review

The HMDX Jam Bluetooth Wireless Speakers are the next generation of quality portable sound. See why in our review.

The HMDX Jam Bluetooth Wireless Speakers are the next generation of quality portable sound

From its unique and clever Jam jar packaging , to its small frame and compact design, the Jam speakers offer tremendous quality for the price. Retailing at $39.99, the Jam speakers deliver loud and non distorted sound when linked up to any Bluetooth enabled device. Connection is almost instantaneous which surprised me since most third-party accessories usually are a hassle to get working properly.

Jam connects wirelessly up to 30-feet away With No Downgrade In Audio Quality

Distance from source can sometimes be an issue with audio. The Jam connects via Bluetooth and give you 30 feet if distance away from the source and no loss of audio quality. In terms of longevity when playing music, you get a very generous 4 hours of continuous playback out of the speakers so jamming out with the Jam speakers shouldn’t be an issue.

They come in an arrange of different “flavors” – Strawberry, Grape, Blueberry, Blackberry, Apricot and Apple. All of which are very attractive and assist in adding a personal touch to each owner of the device. You can find the Jam speakers in various retail outlets such as Bed, Bath and Beyond, Best Buy, Kohl’s Toys “R” Us, and Walmart. Check out our video review for a better look at the HMDX Jam Bluetooth Wireless Speaker.

About the author

Alexander Omoniyi

I'm a 21 year old college student whose obsession with tech began only a few years ago. From iOS, Android, and currently being a Windows Phone user, I’ve come to be well-informed on whats truly happening in the mobile ecosystem of these amazing pieces of technology. When you get down to the basics, all innovation begins with pushing the boundaries of whats already known and extending it to another frontier. I get excited just realizing how far the smart phone has come from its re-birth with the iPhone. We haven’t even begun to reach the climactic point of what these devices can do, and I for one plan to be there every step of the way.


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