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Jam Platinum Bluetooth Speaker from £69.99 to £19.99 @ HMV online
Jam Platinum Bluetooth Speaker from £69.99 to £19.99 @ HMV online

Jam Platinum Bluetooth Speaker from £69.99 to £19.99 @ HMV online

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The speaker with a passion for great music
Bring the music you love to life with the Jam Platinum wireless Bluetooth speaker. These powerful speakers give you incredible sound quality on the go while the contemporary design isultra-portable. There’s no compromising style for practicality with the anodized aluminium body and brushed metallic finish making your music smooth.The high performance,rechargeable lithium ion battery lasts all day –or all night - meaning your tunes play for as long as you do.

What’s in the box: Speaker, user manual, USB charging cable, AUX cable,language selector pin

Key Specifications:
Number of speakers 2
Speaker power 3W
Driver size 32mm
Number of passive radiators 2
Speaker sound level 81dB(A)
Frequency response 110Hz -19KHz
Signal-to-noise ratio -75dB
Impedance 10Ω
Bluetooth version Bluetooth v2.1 + EDR
Battery type Lithium Ion
Battery life Up to 8 hours
Microphone/speakerphone Yes
Connections 3.5mm jack + AUX in
Waterproof No

7 Comments

Spent a good half a minute trying to work out what "isultra-portable" meant

normal price seems to be more like 40 quid rather than 70. so seems like a decent price, but i wouldnt put it in the £50+ range for quality...

3w is that right?

DD wants speakers as part of Christmas pressies - looks like these might do the job nicely - thought cant work out if they are rechargeable or have to keep buying batteries - if each set only lasts 8 hours at the time it could work out rather expensive


Edited by: "robs" 28th Nov 2016

monkey1999

3w is that right?



​lol seems a bit expensive

robs

cant work out if they are rechargeable or have to keep buying batteries - … cant work out if they are rechargeable or have to keep buying batteries - if each set only lasts 8 hours at the time it could work out rather expensive


It will be a rechargeable, non-replaceable lithium ion battery. no charger will likely be included and it will be charged with a micro-usb phone charger type cable. Same as all of them.

That seems like abit of a steep normal price considering you can get one of their wifi speakers (rhythm) for that price at currys. 3w would seems slightly low but may well be fine for some people's needs.

I would prefer to pay an extra £1 & get the Anker speaker currently on Amazon deals.

Just a personal preference thought & not voting either way on this deal.
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