Finalizing your back-to-school shopping list? If you have yet to pick up a Bluetooth speaker for the new school year, the Bluetune-Solo might be just what you’re looking for. As corny as it sounds, there’s something welcoming about the Divoom Bluetune-Solo speaker. With so many Bluetooth speakers out there, it’s nice to see that Divoom has taken some liberties with the shape of the Bluetune-Solo speaker. It literally looks like a can of coke but what the Bluetune-Solo contains is far more exciting.
I submit my Vine as proof!
Voila! The Bluetune-Solo wins! Anyways, as I’ve already stated, I really like the Bluetune-Solo visual that’s happening here. It can literally fit in my purse and I can’t help but say it’s cute! The design is really sleek and the color options give users some variety when choosing which one is right for them. But if you’re indecisive like me, just buy them all and daisy chain them together. The Bluetune-Solo is smaller than a soda can making it a super portable Bluetooth speaker ready for anything.
The Bluetune-Solo utilizes Bluetooth connectivity to sync in a snap. Bluetooth pairing was so easy I didn’t even consult the directions. Just call me a rebel without a cause. The speaker will connect from up to 10 meters away. So if you’re at the beach and you would rather keep your smartphone safe from the sand and other elements, just put it away and let the Bluetune-Solo handle the responsibility. The Bluetune-Solo also offers audio out so you can wirelessly control your entertainment center, tv, etc.
Plus, with eight hours of battery life you can keep the party going, or you can have a super long conference call thanks to the built-in microphone. Personally, I would advocate for the party.
The Bluetune-Solo’s X-Bass sound system features patented PO-Bass technology to provide extra bass. The audio was pretty good, though the bass gets a little muddled when the volume is at its highest. In terms of specifications, the Bluetune-Solo is powered by 4 watts and is comprised of a 50 mm micro speaker. The frequency response is 60 Hz-20 kHz.
The only real issue with the Bluetune-Solo is that there are no volume controls on the speaker itself; You can only control the volume with your Bluetooth device. However, if your little cousin Benji likes to constantly mess with buttons, this might be a good thing.
The Bluetune-Solo is a really great deal in my opinion. Priced at $49.99, the Bluetune-Solo has a better quality and look than most portable Bluetooth speakers in the same price range. Plus, it’s something different. And it is actually portable unlike some of the other “portable” Bluetooth speakers I’ve seen.
Check it out here: Divoom Bluetune-Solo Speaker