Jam Audio Jamoji Emoji tooth Speaker – Anyone Got Any Veras?

A great speaker with surprisingly good sound. I received the ‘love struck’ version of this bluetooth speaker for review. The speaker looks great with large red hearts for eyes. Particularly good for any fan of emjois but i would say this and the one with sunglasses would be ideal for any teenager, or those trying to stay with the times. The speaker is the size of a small plate about 12cm in diameter and about 6cm at it’s thickest in the middle. It’s well made and feels sturdy and able to travel well. All controls are on the back including the charging port for micro usb (not supplied). It also has an auxiliary in port for connecting it to other inputs, but suspect mostly this will go unused. It was easy to pair to an iphone 6 and although it didn’t come fully charged it came with enough for testing purposes. On a full charge at around 60-70% volume it lasted about 4.

I am not cool, nor am i down with the kids. I decided to jump off that bandwagon some years ago as trying to keep up with the latest trends is folly. I am aware of emojis and on occasion use them myself in a text, but how they have developed even further into a cultural phenomenon is beyond me. Want proof that emojis are a thing?. Then look no further than the ‘jam audio jamoji bluetooth speaker’ sets. These are functional bluetooth speakers shaped like popular emojis. I have the cool sunglasses characters, but if you want you can buy the speaker shaped like a ‘chocolate swirl’the issue with novelty items is that they may be a cheap bit of kit, looking to be released for a quick sale and in some ways this is exactly what the ‘jamoji’s are. They are priced very competitively and are very trend driven, but that is not always a bad thing. The actual speaker is well made and looks like a emoji.

I didn’t have hugely high expectations for a plasticky-looking speaker in the shape of an emoji, but this speaker is surprisingly good. It’s very straightforward to set up; you hold down the play button and pair your phone or laptop via bluetooth. I didn’t have any connection issues but it does only allow one pairing at a time – trying to do more than one simply confuses it. The sound quality is decent – i’m using it as a quiet office radio, and whilst the sound isn’t as good as that on say, a ue boom 2, it’s definitely better than a lot of comparably-priced products out there. I’m not sure if it’s because i didn’t charge it when i got it, but the battery lasted for about two days of more or less constant use before needing a charge. But that’s actually pretty good – and given that it has a built-in rechargeable battery, which you charge via micro usb cable, it’s all good. Overall, if you like emojis and wireless audio and want decent quality audio, this is a great product.

  • Really good speaker. Simple set up and powerful sound
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I got this for my daughter as she’s emoji-obsessed. It’s a brilliant little speaker that works really well. You simply turn it on using one of the three buttons on the back and it immediately becomes visible to a pairable device (an iphone in this case). There are two unobtrusive volume buttons on the back and a neat little kickstand to prop the speaker upright. It charges fairly quickly and the charge lasts a good few hours. Plus, the sound quality is pretty good. Obviously not high end, but better than a phone/ipod speaker. Overall, a really neat little piece of kit.

Let’s face it, this speaker is all about the fun and novelty and for the price i don’t think you can expect much more. This is perfect for younger people who like the idea of having a smiling poo around them and who are content to simply hear music. But are not yet sound geeks. It is simple to use, just plug in via a micro usb (not included), let it charge, and it’s ready to use. The bluetooth setup is very easy to complete, simply turn it on, search for bluetooth devices via your laptop or phone or whatever you are trying to connect to it, and you can stream pretty much instantly. The clarity of sound is fine at low levels but you do lose the clarity at higher levels. Personally i think this is to be expected for the price, after all if you want bose quality then you need pay a little more than £20. Nevertheless, it is relatively clear and it does go up to a high volume. The dimensions of this speaker are approx.

Sound ‘ok’ rather than good. I own a small anker bluetooth speaker, and i expected this to be much the same. The truth was somewhat disappointing. It’s almost as if it is, in every way, not quite as good as my anker unit. It’s not got much ‘grunt’ to it – if anything it could be described as a touch feeble. The sound quality is a bit ‘tinny’ and lacking in richness. Being basically round i’ve found it’s easy to knock over if you use the built in stand to stand it up – though if you only knock it a bit it seems to rock back vertical again. In short it’s a talking point, with it’s funny face, but as an actual tool for listening to music it’s just ‘not really there’.

Not a bad speaker, is a bit bigger than i thought. Not a bad speaker, is a bit bigger than i thought it’d be and the colour is very dark so it looks almost blackish brown rather than brown (therefore it’s harder to see what this is supposed to be). The sound isn’t fantastic, i imagine that’s to do with the shape of it, i get a slightly tinny sound and the bass isn’t as great as it could be but for a portable speaker, this is fairly good for the price. Was very easy to detect with my iphone and ipad, but did cut out a few times, but then iphone in particular does seem to lose bluetooth signal with items on occasion so it’s not surprising. Comes in a plastic blister pack rather than a box, so less recycling to get rid of.

Sound ‘ok’ rather than good. I own a small anker bluetooth speaker, and i expected this to be much the same. The truth was somewhat disappointing. It’s almost as if it is, in every way, not quite as good as my anker unit. It’s not got much ‘grunt’ to it – if anything it could be described as a touch feeble. The sound quality is a bit ‘tinny’ and lacking in richness. Being basically round i’ve found it’s easy to knock over if you use the built in stand to stand it up – though if you only knock it a bit it seems to rock back vertical again. In short it’s a talking point, with it’s funny face, but as an actual tool for listening to music it’s just ‘not really there’.

Looks great, just good fun actually. The sound isn’t as good as some other (more expensive) speakers. The biggest let down is that it comes without a cable to charge the bloody thing. I use an old one but things like this shouldn’t be sold without the way to charge it.

Not a bad speaker, is a bit bigger than i thought. Not a bad speaker, is a bit bigger than i thought it’d be and the colour is very dark so it looks almost blackish brown rather than brown (therefore it’s harder to see what this is supposed to be). The sound isn’t fantastic, i imagine that’s to do with the shape of it, i get a slightly tinny sound and the bass isn’t as great as it could be but for a portable speaker, this is fairly good for the price. Was very easy to detect with my iphone and ipad, but did cut out a few times, but then iphone in particular does seem to lose bluetooth signal with items on occasion so it’s not surprising. Comes in a plastic blister pack rather than a box, so less recycling to get rid of.

Fun ’emoji’ speaker that is well made and produces a pretty good sound. . This speaker from jam audio is a bluetooth portable speaker. The speaker comes in fun ’emoji’ shapes such as … 2 cool sunglass, chocolate swirl (poo), love struck and winking tongue out. I received the ‘poo’ speaker for reviewing purposes. The casing is made from sturdy brown coloured plastic. This speaker is great fun and can be used for parties, camping, picnics and any other indoor or outdoor activities.   the speaker itself measures in at 11cm at its widest x 11cm at its highest x 6cm in depth. It is solidly made, all of the controls are on the back of the speaker and the aux in, micro usb port and on/off switch is also on the back of the speaker.  i decided to fully charge the speaker before testing, this took just under 5 hours. Using a micro usb charging cable (not supplied) and a suitable usb charging plug i plugged in.

This is a good, cool, fun little bluetooth speaker. I have used it a few times now, pretty standard sound nothing special in terms of the sound quality but does a job at a pretty good price point. It can get a bit tinny at times, but you would expect that for the price. It is very easy to connect to your bluetooth device, you just hold down the button and pair it. Charging is easy enough, however the fact it does not come with a charger wire came as a bit of a shock, however it is just a standard usb required. Overall a decent little speaker, good stocking filler perhaps, or small gift.

Fun little speaker with surprisingly good sound quality for the size. This is a fun little speaker which has better than expected sound quality for its size. Because it is so compact it’s ideal for travel and taking to the bathroom. Its volume is great for the size and the keeps it stable. It was very easy to set up and pair with my iphone over bluetooth. This is being used by the teenager in the family who likes the fun emoji look. Pros+ portability+ great sound for the size+ charge lasts to the claimed six hours form a single charge+ fun look+ connects immediately once your phone bluetooth is oncons- some sound distortion at high volume.

I am not cool, nor am i down with the kids. I decided to jump off that bandwagon some years ago as trying to keep up with the latest trends is folly. I am aware of emojis and on occasion use them myself in a text, but how they have developed even further into a cultural phenomenon is beyond me. Want proof that emojis are a thing?. Then look no further than the ‘jam audio jamoji bluetooth speaker’ sets. These are functional bluetooth speakers shaped like popular emojis. I have the cool sunglasses characters, but if you want you can buy the speaker shaped like a ‘chocolate swirl’the issue with novelty items is that they may be a cheap bit of kit, looking to be released for a quick sale and in some ways this is exactly what the ‘jamoji’s are. They are priced very competitively and are very trend driven, but that is not always a bad thing. The actual speaker is well made and looks like a emoji.

I didn’t have hugely high expectations for a plasticky-looking speaker in the shape of an emoji, but this speaker is surprisingly good. It’s very straightforward to set up; you hold down the play button and pair your phone or laptop via bluetooth. I didn’t have any connection issues but it does only allow one pairing at a time – trying to do more than one simply confuses it. The sound quality is decent – i’m using it as a quiet office radio, and whilst the sound isn’t as good as that on say, a ue boom 2, it’s definitely better than a lot of comparably-priced products out there. I’m not sure if it’s because i didn’t charge it when i got it, but the battery lasted for about two days of more or less constant use before needing a charge. But that’s actually pretty good – and given that it has a built-in rechargeable battery, which you charge via micro usb cable, it’s all good. Overall, if you like emojis and wireless audio and want decent quality audio, this is a great product.

A novelty more than a decent speaker. . This is a fun, compact, take anywhere mini speaker that connects via the bluetooth on your device. The sound quality from the speaker isn’t great, but is acceptable for the relatively low price of the unit. The unit charges via a mini usb port and in addition to a bluetooth connection can be used via the aux input port using a 3. Construction is very robust – i actually did (accidentally) drop the speaker on to a hard tiled floor and even though it landed quite heavily, it withstood the impact and worked perfectly well. The best use i’ve found for the speaker is as an external sound output for my ipad whilst streaming videos.

Ok – this is a basic bluetooth speaker, with average sound quality, designed to look like an emoticon. If you’re after a novelty product, then i guess great, but if you want an actual set of speakers, then i’m afraid you’ll need to spend a bit more money. The sound quality is ok – it loses clarity in both the upper and lower registers, but it’s listenable. You can charge it using usb (not included) and it’s light an portable. Usb can also be used to plug in non-bluetooth devices, although i’ll be honest and say i don’t notice the difference between the sound quality on this and the built in speaker on some high end devices. I suppose my main beef with this is that its very design tells me it will be used to broadcast irritating music on public transport by groups of kids, which is one of my pet bugbears, and thus this review is probably tinged with more than a teeny bit of grumpy old lady syndrome. I did have to chuckle at the poo emoji being marketed as a ‘chocolate swirl’ though – nice try guys.

This is a cool little speaker and will make a great gift for kids who seem to speak in the language of emojis. I thought it would be smaller than it was so was pleasantly surprised when it came up a bit bigger than expected. The speaker was quite good quality for the price, seems well enough made and it is cute – my kids love it. The speaker did not come with a charging cable which was a shame, but we certainly have enough cables as to not struggle. The sound is fine, not exactly bose or beats quality, but that said, it is perfectly adequate for a kids bedroom, the office or a picnic.

Comes without charger, but otherwise fine. . As others have said, very irritating it doesn’t come with a charger – but it’s mini usb, so you’ve almost certainly got a few of those in your house unless you live under a rock. First impression was it was bigger than in looked in the photos, but still small, compact and completely portable. I thinky the styling will appeal more to tween type ages than anyone else. Pairing was straightforward. It isn’t top end audio, but at this price you wouldn’t expect it to be – but if you want to play your phone music outside or in a room and don’t want it sounding tinny, then this really is fine for that. At this price, a decent gift.

A fun speaker, good portable sound. . The jam audio jamoji bluetooth speaker is an easy to use bluetooth speaker that offers good sound quality in a fun design. The sound quality is not amazing by any means, but it is good enough for a small portable speaker like this. It would make a great gift for a teenager who wants a travel speaker that looks more interesting that the average. There is no charging cable with this speaker which some might feel is a significant omission, but it does take a standard micro usb and so we already had loads of cable from other devices and a usb plug to hand. A fun speaker with good portable sound.

So if you choose to buy the jamoji ‘poo’ ? bluetooth speaker you probably wanted a conversation piece and the conversation will probably begin by trying to decide if it represents a swirl of chocolate ice-cream or a pile of poop. For the record, it’s the poop and in some operating systems (like android 5) it’s more usually represented without the smiley face and with a swarm of flies buzzing around it. In japan, birthplace of the modern emoji, the word for poop starts with the same sound as the word for luck, so it’s a lucky little poop charm really…once the kids stop giggling about the shape of their new speaker and actually switch it on then another conversation begins – about whether it actually sounds any good or not and that one’s not so easy to decide. It’s certainly reasonably loud at full volume but the sound does begin to break up and distort when cranked up that high. There’s not much real fidelity to the sound, it isn’t very detailed and has a lot of mid-range with very little bass and a muffled top-end. Despite the swirly shape it actually sounds a bit boxy and contained and despite the volume doesn’t have a very dynamic sound at all. It’s ok used for background music while you’re doing something else or it would be good as an external speaker while playing games or videos on your smartphone, it’s certainly much better than the tinny speakers built into most smartphones or tablets. The construction quality is good but i find the control buttons, which are small and hidden around the back, are unnecessarily awkward to use because they’re basically flush with the body of the speaker and difficult to locate without looking. It would be much cooler if the eyes on front of the speaker were also the control buttons, although that might make it more expensive to produce.

Jam audio lamoji bluetooth speaker, chocolate swirl. What a great little speaker this is, it has an unusual shape and quite amusing. My grandchildren this he’s very funny. The speaker was very easy to pair with my phone or laptop. The only thing that i have a grip with is the fact that you get nothing to charge it with. It’s like buying a car with no key, and you certainly wouldn’t expect that to be acceptable. Come on guys the cable would cost pence to put in so please add a charger to the box. The speaker is a handy size to carry around in your pocket being only 11x11x6cm,it’s great fun if you want to share music on the go. The sound that is omitted is good considering the small price. The micro port is at the back and once charged (with your own cable) the charge will last around six hours.

Jam audio lamoji bluetooth speaker, chocolate swirl. What a great little speaker this is, it has an unusual shape and quite amusing. My grandchildren this he’s very funny. The speaker was very easy to pair with my phone or laptop. The only thing that i have a grip with is the fact that you get nothing to charge it with. It’s like buying a car with no key, and you certainly wouldn’t expect that to be acceptable. Come on guys the cable would cost pence to put in so please add a charger to the box. The speaker is a handy size to carry around in your pocket being only 11x11x6cm,it’s great fun if you want to share music on the go. The sound that is omitted is good considering the small price. The micro port is at the back and once charged (with your own cable) the charge will last around six hours.