- Size (LWH): 5.5 inches, 4.75 inches, 7.5 inches
Nokia Play 360 Bluetooth Speakers -Cyan
- Rich 360 degree sound: A powerful speaker delivering clear 360-degree audio for your music.
- Wide compatibility Compatible with a wide range of phones, music players and computers. Connect wirelessly through Bluetooth or plug in to any 3.5 mm audio connector.
- Completely wire-free. Listen to music from your device through a wireless Bluetooth connection.
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Share your favorite music with the masses with the Nokia Play 360 wireless speaker, which connects via either Bluetooth or NFC (near field communication) technology. Rather than the sound being one-directional like most speakers, the Play 360 offers omnidirectional sound to fill your surroundings in every direction, evenly and completely. You can easily create stereo sound by connecting another speaker -- wirelessly -- to get an even better music experience.
The Play 360 supports mobile devices with embedded NFC wireless technology, including several Nokia phones (such as the Lumia 820 and Lumia 920 Windows Phone handsets) and Android-powered phones (such as the Samsung Nexus 4G and HTC EVO LTE 4G). It's easy to pair and connect your phone with the Play 360 speaker. First, activate your device's NFC feature, then touch the NFC area on top of the Play 360 with your device and the two are automatically paired. The Play 360 also offers Bluetooth connectivity for wirelessly streaming stereo audio from Bluetooth-compatible devices.
In addition to wireless connectivity options, the Play 360 also includes a standard 3.5mm audio jack. The Play 360 has an internal rechargeable battery for easy portability, and it can also be powered via its included AC adapter. It comes in black, silver, and cyan.
What's in the Box
Nokia Play 360 wireless speaker, AC adapter, operating instructions
|Wireless Connectivity||C (near field communication); Bluetooth 2.1 (supports A2DP 1.2 and AVRCP 1.0 profiles)|
|Wired Connectivity||3.5mm audio jack|
|Audio||360-degree omnidirectional sound; 20 - 20000 Hz frequency response|
|Power Supply||Rechargeable and replaceable Nokia Battery BL-5C|
|Operating Time||Up to 21 hours|
|Dimensions and Weight||4.33 x 4.33 x 4.88 inches (WxDxH); 18.13 ounces|
Color: Cyan | Package Type: Retail Packaging
Top Customer Reviews
1- I have the Philips Air Play Speakers .. totally un-reliable connection , connection drops every 5-10 minutes and very
difficult to restore it back .. you often would have to delete the wifi settings on the speakers and re-configure it
again in order to work properly .
2- Tried many bluetooth Speakers , this is by far the best , because :
a- Excellent Base
b- Excellent Sound in all directions ( In my opinion better than Jawbone )
c- Bluetooth Connection very reliable
d- NFC Connection ( not that apple users can make use of )
e- external 3.5" cable connection ( not all speakers have this )
f- ability to synchronize 2 speakers together for even better coverage ( not available in Jawbone or other speakers )
g- Very long battery life .. more than 20 hours on medium volume
h- can control the volume from both , the speaker and the phone
i- ability to connect to 2 bluetooth devices and move between them at the touch of a button ..
In my opinion , this speaker is a winner .
Picked up a PAIR of these up on a sale for about half price. My review is for the PAIR and not individual unit. After a few days, I was pretty sure that I would be giving it a 4 star. However, upon further listening and considering the whole package, its a five star.
Key. I listen with these perched at ear level on a small oak rolltop desk. I turn them on the side so the single drive faces my direction rather than upward. This gives noticeably better highs and better imaging. I've been a fan of single full range drivers for imaging. This sytem works pointing up as designed but the sound is more diffused and less direct. Still, very pleasant in either orientation.
For $300 a pair, I expected much higher volume/power and perhaps a deeper base. HOWEVER, after a lot of listening, realize that it is musical and has virtually none of that hollow 'honk' that I've encountered in other bluetooth units such as the Bose Soundlink (also in the $300 range) or even smaller units such as Jambox. I believe the 'honk' comes from pushing the driver beyond what their physics allow.
I have the Bose Companion 20 for the desktop. It has deeper bass, more articulate highs. But it also has DSP processing that makes the soundfield/stage appear wider.Read more ›
Another great feature is the ability to pair two devices to the speaker, and easily transition back-and-forth to both devices. The battery life is also very impressive. I'm not sure if it will last the full 21 hours as advertised, but I do know that it easily lasted 8-10 hours yesterday on only a couple of hours charge. The portability of the speaker is also a plus. It's lightweight, and it comes with a well designed neoprene carrying case. Another feature that it has is the ability to sync with a second speaker for wireless stereo sound! I haven't tried this feature out yet as I do not have two, but I will be picking up a second after this post.
The only critisism that I have, and this is really a non issue, was that the bottom blue rubber base had a powdery grim on it. This was easily cleaned off, and must have been residules of the manufacturing process. Really a non-issue. This speaker really is beautiful!
Lastly, and surprisingly, yesterday when I was using the speaker with my cell phone and recieved a text message.Read more ›
1) It's not as small as the Jawbone, but there is a minimum amount of acoustic space necessary to create credible bass.
2) Great design decision to use the cubic inches for bass, instead of trying to squeeze stereo sound into a package that is so small there is utterly NO meaningful separation (I'm looking at you Jawbone, Bose, Phillips, anyone who brags about a "stereo" device no wider than 3/4 the width of your listening space is blowing marketing smoke.)
3) Here's the killer feature: you buy 2, you can get true stereo separation in whatever hotel room you stay in, without having to check an extra bag.
4) The treble is pretty darn nice too. Smooth. These were definitely designed by a sis/bro who gets our priorities.
No, it won't replace your Martin-Logan electrostatics, Klipsch horns, LCD-3s,HD-800's, Krell, Marrantz, Amps, etc. But all the right compromises, and none of the wrong ones were made in design of this fantastic travel speaker.
PS: I had no prob pairing it with my iPhone 4, MacBookPro 2010, or MacBookAir 2011. Couldn't get it hooked up to my Sammy GalTab 7 Plus, but not done trying. Don't know if mine already had the firmware update. But I suspect the Mac issues might be limited to certain chipsets used in certain production runs.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have two of these. The connection and sound quality is good. The power button rattles at medium to higher volumes, a little bit of scotch tape fixes that, but definitely not an... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Fabian G. Ngo
I have three of these, and none of them work with my Lumia 1520, 520, 640 or iPhone 6s Plus. The firmware on these doesn't support newer phones via Bluetooth, so you'll have to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Antidentite
Not as loud as I hoped it would be. Mono not stereo. Overall sound quality and bass are good.Published 2 months ago by Aaron
I think this is possibly my first bad review. I'd seen this speaker elsewhere at a friend's house and was impressed. Reading the reviews here also confirmed my good opinion of it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mabinogi
I have used these speakers for 14 months. I think the quality of the product is inconsistent. I bought two and then a third within months of none another I liked them so much. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon Buyer
5 stars for 2 years, but down to 1 now.... I love the speaker, It has terrific sound and battery life. I used it for 2.5 years and its going strong. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Matthew Studney
Great product.. Great for music however a delay in sound is recognized when watch videos of any typePublished 12 months ago by silverkey