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JAM Plus™ Wireless Bluetooth Speaker

JAM PlusWireless Bluetooth Speaker

SKU: HX-P240
$49.99
Single or double? It’s your choice with the JAM Plus! One speaker is amazing on its own, but if you buy two, you can pair them for lifelike stereo sound (and twice the output). Just flip a switch on the bottom of the speaker to toggle between single and paired options. Whether your Plus flies solo or teams up with a buddy, you’ll get mega volume and crystal clear sound.
$49.99

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Features
  • Pair for Stereo Combine two JAM Plus speakers for rich stereo sound.
  • Bluetooth® Connect wirelessly with any Bluetooth device in a 30-foot range.
  • Rechargeable Charge for 3 hours to provide up to 6 hours of play time.
  • Speakerphone Answer calls directly from your JAM Plus speaker.
  • Aux-In PortCord it up and listen on any device — Bluetooth or not.
  • Voice PromptsListen up! Your speaker tells you what it’s doing (powering on, connecting, etc.).
  • PortableThe JAM Plus is about the size of a softball.
JAM Plus™ Wireless bluetooth speaker-  Black
  • JAM Plus™ Wireless bluetooth speaker-  Black
  • JAM Plus™ Wireless bluetooth speaker-  Black
  • JAM Plus™ Wireless bluetooth speaker-  Black
JAM Plus™ Wireless bluetooth speaker-  Black
Technical Specifications
  • Product size: 3" x 3" x 2.6"
  • Battery Life: 6 hours
  • Aux-in capability: Yes
In The Box
  • USB charging cable
  • Language selector pin
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MARIA
June 28, 2015
instructions no where mention IMPORTANT step on how to pair

Press and Hold Play, to make the Bluetooth light flash quickly, and thus enable device pairing

Dave
June 23, 2015
Interface

As a design engineer myself I would like to know who designed the user interface for the Jam2. If I purposely wanted to make the on/off function difficult to use I would put the on/off button on the bottom of the unit and make sure that you would have to do more than a just momentary press to turn it on/off - and this is exactly what you have done! I can't think of a way to make it more inconvenient - come on now!

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