Jam Audio Jamoji Emoji tooth Speaker : Modern styling with a great traditional 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.

I must admit to being sceptical about this, but it actually sounds good, looks fun and is easy to setup. Connected to my lumia 950 windows phone no bother (comes up as ‘jamoji 2 cool’ in bluetooth devices) and played music via groove app. Sound quality is good, on a par with a decent quality mono radio. Not at all tinny or buzzy, with sufficient volume for listening in kitchen/bedroom or on a picnic- we’re not talking room-filling party volume herethere’s volume up/down buttons on the back, plus a play/pause button to control and turn on/off with long press. There’s a recess in the back to hook a loop through to carry on a lanyard. Battery recharges from a micro usb connection on the back, there a small led that shows red when charging and flashes blue when playing. Loses a star as the battery isn’t user replaceable.

Jam audio jamoji emoji bluetooth speaker is a handy little speaker which gives you the option of using bluetooth which allows you to share music where and when you want. The speaker does not come with a charging cable but this was no problem as my basic phone and kindle charger fitted the speaker with ease. It did not take long to charge and i was soon enjoying my tunes through it, well that was until a certain teenager came home.I like the brightness of the actual speaker. The quirky and still very trendy emoji facial expressions brings a certain uniqueness to this very cute speaker. I love this speaker, and my teenager loves it more, therefore this handy and very quirky speaker receives a double recommendation from this household. This is a perfect speaker for the young and trendy in your household. And for those who like myself who simply want a good speaker this is a great purchase and one i am happy to recommend.

Fun emoji poo bluetooth speaker. A nice little bluetooth speaker in the shape of the poo emojii connected it to my ipod and it has a good soundthere are 3 buttons on the back ,plus and minus for the volume and a start/pause button which you also use to connect to your deviceby pressing for 3 seconds while your device finds the speakerand also i found this button turns off the speaker by holding it for 3 seconds againthe only down point is it doesn’t come with a plug or lead for charging the speakerthe speaker has a built in rechargeable battery and you will need a usb to mini/micro usb lead to charge iti found a camera lead that might work but cant tell yet as the speaker already has charge so wont know until needs rechargingit says with a 4hr charge that you get 5hr play time.

Fun for teenage audience, not bad sound, no charging cable. My 14 year old daughter immediately adopted this speaker as her own – it’s the ‘cool sunglasses’ version. It’s no better in terms of sound than any other bluetooth speaker we’ve tried (probably a little worse actually), but the funky emoji style is appealing, and it’s good enough for the average user who just wants their music a little louder than their phone can manage on its own. It has a little stand so you can put it on the shelf or table, so it sits there smiling out at the room, while you’re listening to your favourite music. It’s pretty easy to get started, press and hold the button for bluetooth, then find it on your phone or other device. When you’re finished you can press and hold the button to turn it off again too. No charging cable is included which is a bit of a pain, but luckily we had a compatible cable already in the house so that was fine.

Fun for teenage audience, not bad sound, no charging cable. My 14 year old daughter immediately adopted this speaker as her own – it’s the ‘cool sunglasses’ version. It’s no better in terms of sound than any other bluetooth speaker we’ve tried (probably a little worse actually), but the funky emoji style is appealing, and it’s good enough for the average user who just wants their music a little louder than their phone can manage on its own. It has a little stand so you can put it on the shelf or table, so it sits there smiling out at the room, while you’re listening to your favourite music. It’s pretty easy to get started, press and hold the button for bluetooth, then find it on your phone or other device. When you’re finished you can press and hold the button to turn it off again too. No charging cable is included which is a bit of a pain, but luckily we had a compatible cable already in the house so that was fine.

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.

Jam audio jamoji emoji bluetooth speaker is a handy little speaker which gives you the option of using bluetooth which allows you to share music where and when you want. The speaker does not come with a charging cable but this was no problem as my basic phone and kindle charger fitted the speaker with ease. It did not take long to charge and i was soon enjoying my tunes through it, well that was until a certain teenager came home.I like the brightness of the actual speaker. The quirky and still very trendy emoji facial expressions brings a certain uniqueness to this very cute speaker. I love this speaker, and my teenager loves it more, therefore this handy and very quirky speaker receives a double recommendation from this household. This is a perfect speaker for the young and trendy in your household. And for those who like myself who simply want a good speaker this is a great purchase and one i am happy to recommend.

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.

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’.

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’.

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.

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.

A good all round portable bluetooth speaker lightweight and teeny enough for travel too. . I am reviewing the vine provided gift of the smiley one:fun but practical for people who like to have music on holiday in room but don’t like sound of it played on phone. Also older kids and teens for playing music in bedroom without headphones such as for when having a sleepover. The sound is far better than my high end mobile phone and its loud enough to get a decent listen and its good as this is without any vibration or noticeable distortion. I have another jam bluetooth speaker, the double, and though that is a better sound it is not massively better. Ie if that is 10 out of 10 this is 8. Where that excels is for stability – the emoji idea is great but with the smiley one which is like a giant smartie or m and m the little bit of stand provided at the back is a bit of a faff to pull out and position. I prefer to plonk down a speaker. You will need a charging cable of your own such as the common mini usb used for android phone charging.

Emoji speaker – ‘chocolate swirl’. So, there’s no way to avoid it, the speaker is shaped like an emoji shaped like a poo. I thought it a little uncouth, the other half loved it. So tick one for personal humour. The speaker itself isn’t half bad. Puts out a fair amount of volume and lasts for a few hours. Good enough to take to the beach or the park etc. The sound quality is ok (you’re not going to get much better for that price) but you need to point it directly at you to get the best sound. Charging is done by a micro usb port in the back (same as most phones these days) and takes a few hours to get to maximum.

Perfectly adequate, well made, speaker in a novelty shape. I have used this emoji many times, and never have i interpreted it as a ‘chocolate swirl’ – what i have interpreted it as can be left up to your imagination – but this isn’t important anyway. The speaker itself is acceptable if not great – it certainly works to play music and the buttons on the the unit can be used to drive the music so you can leave your phone in your pocket. The build quality is surprisingly good – it is made well and the paint job is flawless. The eyes are very well attached and the unit stands up on it’s own easily, so there are no complaints about any of that at all. The speaker is however a bit bigger than expected – the description says ‘small enough to fit in your pocket’ – and this may be true of big pockets, but it won’t be easy. It comes with no cable for charging the battery – however it’s a fairly standard usb cable that most houses should have a few of, so while this is irritating it’s not a deal breaker. If you’re in the market for a novelty speaker this (or one of the other designs) would be a good choice – it’s never going to replace a real speaker setup, but for taking to the park it will raise a few laughs and do the job perfectly adequately.

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.

This just makes me smile and also has the same affect on our youngest son. It’s really easy to set up and controls are on the back of the unit. It is really portable and just fits in a pocket. Sound quality isn’t great, but it isn’t bad either, you’ve to remember this isn’t an expensive bose/sonos speaker so you need to wind down your expectations a bit. The big question is why is this not supplied with a charger cable?. Seems a bit of an oversight, penny pinching gone to far. Even bog standard £10 mobile are supplied with the means to charge them. When you do get it charged we got about five hours out of it. If you’ve blue-toothed it to your phone you can also use it for hands free.

I am trying to dry mine out right now. . Dropped in the hot tub a bit ago, very sad. I hope it drys out and still works.

Novelty – fine, nothing brilliant, but nothing bad. Cheap and cheerful – this makes my children very happy and that’s who it’s made for, rather than musical technology aficionados. The sound quality is good enough, although it does go a bit ‘blurry’ when pumped up very high. What did disappoint me is the lack of charger – even for a not-particularly-expensive speaker (£20 at the time of reviewing) one would expect a basic charging lead.However any home-or-garden usb cable will do the trick. Connectivity is easy and the battery life is not brilliant but not bad (i got 4. 5 hours out of it but it was up loud). You can adjust the volume either on the speaker (at about 10cm it’s a bit big to fit in my pocket, but it depends how big your pockets are). This is a novelty rather than a fine piece of technology, but what do you expect from an emoji speaker?.