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“Just as you take care to make your learning environment visually appealing and stimulating, you should also note the effect that music has on the atmosphere in the classroom. Entering a classroom can be intimidating for people of any age. For young children, it can be particularly daunting. Music can really help to make your classroom warm and inviting.”
So you have multiple devices in the house and you are looking for a way to put them to use in your homeschool room ore at the kitchen table. Why not purchase a bluetooth speaker? It’s great for background music or increasing volume for videos. The Solarphy Bluetooth Soundbar is available for $38.99 via Amazon.com. This Bluetooth soundbar is pretty awesome. For the price you pay, you get a STEREO speaker with great range. I was able to get clear sound through 2 rooms and OK but slightly choppy sound when I left my phone 3 rooms away.
As for the actual sound of the speaker it has excellent highs and mids. There are very clear lows, but don’t expect subwoofer like sound. If you listen to a lot of spoken word, acoustic, classical, or jazz this speaker is excellent. You can hear EVERY note. When listening to pop, certain country, rock, hip-hop or rap, the high and mid range notes are heard very clearly. Lows are very distinguishable, but do not have higher end subwoofer like prominence.
In our house we have multiple mobile devices, an Android phone, two Fire 2015 tablets, two other Android tablets, and an iPhone. None of them had problems connecting to the speaker. Remember to turn off your Bluetooth on other paired devices when you want to connect to the speaker. I love the fact that there is a voice that lets you know when you have successfully connected or disconnected the speaker from a device. I successfully connected the speaker to laptops and other devices using the supplied 3.5 mm audio cable. If you want to connect to something like a ps4 you need an adaptor for toslink audio that has a headphone connection.
The unit does come a charging cable that worked just fine with other device charger we have sitting around. There is a red light that goes off when charging is complete. We have depleted the battery around the 12+ hours mark. The speaker even tells you the “voltage is low” to inform you of a low battery. After that it took about 3 hours to fully charge.
I would love to give a rating of 4 1/2 stars only because the product title says subwoofer is a little weak.
I received this product at a discount for my honest review. I’m not getting paid for reviews, I just like reviewing products. This is my unbiased opinion after a week of testing indoors, outdoors, at grandma’s house, and walking the dog.
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