I wish we had these Xoundstar® Portable Speakers back when I was in high school, and college.
We used to go out to the river and party on the weekends and these speakers would have been great to use out there.
I’m pretty sure kids (and even grown ups) still do that, and they could use these speakers out there.
Of course you can use them for pool parties, or take on camping trips, or anywhere you might need (want) speakers.
They pair with Bluetooth and NFC equipped devices.
I have used them wired to my computer, and paired with my phone through Bluetooth.
They produce a wonderful, clear, sound, that goes plenty loud enough even for a hearing impaired person (with hearing aids anyway).
I have the speaker on my computer desk, the sound comes through loud and clear. The desk vibrates nicely too. I like that.
I did have a problem getting it to pair with the computer at first. I think that was my fault because I had not ever used the Bluetooth with anything. I got it right the second time I tried.
Then I decided to try it wired to the computer. I liked it so much I decided to keep it on there, except when we want to use it with the phones somewhere.
It would be great to take on fishing trips, or out to the farm to listen to while working with the horses, or out in the yard while doing yard work.
And of course for parties, if we ever have one again.
These speakers can play for up to 10 hours when fully charged. That means they should last for a whole weekend out in the boonies if you don’t leave them on constantly.
For more information visit the Xoundstar® website.
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