CoolStream Speaker Review
This CoolStream speaker has a really cool design. The front is concave and the shape is an oval. From the front to the back it has a slant, so you get the feeling that this is propped up. There are rubberized feet on the bottom to prevent slipping. In the back is where you plug your cords, whether it be to charge the speaker, connect via USB or directly from another music source, such as an iPod. The top of the CoolStream speaker has several buttons: Power, Phone, Status Indicator, Mode, Previous/Rewind, Play/Pause, Next/Forward, Decrease Volume, and Increase Volume.
Charging this is pretty simple, you just hook it up to a power source and let it charge until it reaches full battery. It usually takes about 2 hours to charge and then you have a 4 hour battery life. Nice trade-off in my opinion.
To turn this CoolStream on/off, you just press the Power button for 3 seconds. Then you can either play your music via Bluetooth, memory card, USB, an external source and you can also make calls with this speaker. The instructions that you receive are really clear exactly how to do each different one.
The sound quality is pretty nice, even when I have louder songs/music on, this has handled that with no problems whatsoever. The sound is pretty clear most of the time, and only has issues if I go outside of the Bluetooth range when I’m using my phone to play music.
Overall, I have liked using this so far, and I do enjoy having it. It has a pretty nice life for a battery, even when I have my music going louder than necessary. It does have a good sound quality, so I’m pretty happy all around.
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Disclaimer: I did receive this speaker for free in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.
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