Jawbone Big Jambox Review

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Jawbone Big Jambox
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Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."

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  2. Got mine a few days ago, after reading this review and a few others. One thing I noticed – the volume is so much greater when a source is physically connected using the line in. This even gave me a better impression when listening in ‘live audio’ mode because the entire spectrum seemed more present, including vocals and low frequencies (bass). I know… bluetooth is kind of the point of this device. Just saying, if you happen to be in a place where you can connect to the line in, you may notice the same thing I did. It just sounds so much better.

  3. Anthonym1661

    so many compatibility issues, if you want to pair it with a macbook, then forget about it, you pair and unpair about ten times a day just to get basic functionality working that breaks randomly, really not ready for the market currently and the current userbase are all testers, hence why no major advertising push has been done yet. my advice would be either buy the Bose one, or wait a year until they can sort out all of these issues… also their customer service team have no fixes, they are completely clueless.

  4. Correction: There is NOT a “headphone input” on either Jambox and you cannot “listen on your smartphone”. The input is a “line in” input for playing music from a device like a smartphone.

    • gadgetreview

      Hey Mike, that’s correct. That said, I used “headphone” to simply express the size of the input. If I said headphone output then that would be wrong. Your version is more tech correct.

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