JAM? Digital marketing team - you guys seriously ignoring this question for a month? You all must be doing well for this uneven xecution to not be fostering morale problems.
Answer: All signs point to NO. Bummer. I highly recommend the smallest cheapest (~$40) speakers in the Sony lineup. They have by far th best (LDAC) solution to the massive bandwidth chokehold once you go to BT, plus so far as commercial physical DACs - where the rubber hits the road, and digital 100101011s are converted into what you hear, unlike (I am confident) JAM and almost every brand in the market, not restricted to the 2-3 cheap cheap cheap choices you are forced to go to for scale, ready-to-go availability, and competitiveness. But what strikes you when they pair is the surround effect. I can place them 20 feet apart and yet they cohere the sound whatever genre and it is awesome. I use them over the middle tier option and the high end option. When it comes to fun and music, its all about volume - and for me now, feeling immersed via surround. BUT, appkes and oranges.
JAMs are no brainer stocking stuffers: These JAMs are no brainer cheerful beach and shower ready. Stereo would prob just make me take hour showers. Standout design marked by clever details, a playful yet classy “Scandinavian” sensibility, and a useability and charm that the Japanese CE companies cant seem to hit. The Sonies and like remain the audiophile master innovators - no need fir them to check the rearview mirror - too bad they cant market ir even just publish a boring white ppaper at least explaining. Many factors - like with cellphones - mean theyll experince the future before us, but if VFM companies like JAM exist, who dont exist to sell industry llaughing stock garbage for $300 (that part is industry jaw dropping asmirarion), or mine our PII, we consumers win. And they deserve to be rewarded. My 2 cents.
Date published: 2018-12-30