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Doubles as a speakerphone.
Good sound quality with powerful low end for its size.
Clear voice quality.
Controls for skipping tracks.
Changing the volume and answering calls are right on top.
Over 12 hours of play time on a rechargeable battery.
Solid Bluetooth performance.
Under three pounds.
Eight rubber feet keep it from.
Bass distorts slightly at high volumes.
Price makes you think too hard.
Size matters: requires an external method of conveyance, and it won’t squeeze into your travel carry-on.
Needs the wall wart to charge quickly.
By CoolSmartphone on May 01, 2013
One of the phrases I seem to be using more and more is “…and you paid how much for it??”. Despite nobody appearing to have any money, it seems we are big fans of those ‘Premium’ products. I mean, why else would people be...
By LaptopMag on December 14, 2012
This Bluetooth speaker favors volume over richness, but its speakerphone capabilities, battery life and apps make it a very good...
By Smarthouse on October 29, 2012
It's a wireless Bluetooth speaker that's grown three times in size since we first met the original Jambox in 2010. It looks like it's grown into its body, with its flavoured grilles covering it from edge to edge, bar some rubber buttons...
By Channel News Australia on October 29, 2012
Sound. Loud sound. Beefy sound. Clear sound. Sound that you can take with you. Sound from your smartphone, tablet or mp3 player. Sound that looks great. This is what Jawbone's Big Jambox delivers and a little bit...
By GadgetSpeak on August 07, 2012
Aliph has recently introduced a big brother to its original Jambox audio...
By T3 Magazine on August 01, 2012
There's no denying that the Big Jambox is a very nice speaker indeed. Along the minimalist design and simple controls, the reliable pairing and fantastic sound quality all win it points. It makes a great desktop speaker, although it's maybe a...
By Whathifi.com on July 31, 2012
The is a snazzy, well-built box that’s finished in three hip styles: White Wave, Red Dot, and Graphite Hex.It’s powered by a combination of two active drivers and two passive bass radiators, and the rechargeable battery gives a claimed 15...
By G4tv.com on July 24, 2012
Video Review: The BIG JAMBOX by Jawbone is a portable speaker that connects wirelessly to your Bluetooth devices and can be used as a speakerphone--just like its little brother, the Jambox. Matt Mira and Candace Bailey take a look at the $299 wireless...
By CNET UK on July 24, 2012
The Jawbone Big Jambox certainly isn't the cheapest Bluetooth speaker on the market, but its loud and clear sound, portable size and good battery life make it a great choice for garden party...
By Pocket-lint on June 22, 2012
A fabulous speaker that has more than enough features to make it a replacement for your home hi-fi. It's powerful enough to fill a good-sized room, and looks utterly brilliant too and although it's expensive, we think it earns its keep...
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