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How high can the volume be turned? I listen to books and sometimes the volume is so low that I need to be able to turn the speaker up to be able to h Sep 27, 2014
The volume is decent for listening to music. But as a fellow audio book person I wouldn't recommend it. It wouldn't be loud enough to hear clearly
I bought a headphone splitter and link two speakers (a Beacon & Jawbone) to cover highs, lows, and mids while also boosting volume.
I want to use this with my laptop that has Bluetooth, I am trying to cut the amount of cable on my desk, can I connect the USB cable to my pc and char Feb 10, 2014
Yep. That works. Charge votes USB from pc while playing via bluetooth.
Absolutely.... i think its 5 or ten minutes...it will shut off if not connected.
Well, I just posted a Q myself about an FAQ in the Welcome Guide: "Can I use the speaker while charging? No. .. cause damage to the speaker's circuit..." Very strange and unusual, if this were the case then they should have disabled the speaker to function while charging, I bet *every* owner plays music while charging.
Is there any way to turn down/off the power up and low charge sounds? They're extremely loud and disruptive. May 26, 2014
I do not believe that the operational sounds can be controlled. The 'power up' sound is not affected by the volume controls, and the 'low battery' signal likely isn't either (to ensure that you hear it).
YES!! I have it outside with me daily...as I float in the pool...and the sound is crystal clear. I have to turn the volume down at times...because I feel it may be too loud for the neighbors...but the sound quality really is fantastic!
Could I rest the speaker on it's side so that the sound is projected out instead of up? Is the product designed to rest on different sides? Aug 10, 2014
Actually yes. I have used mine on its side many times while at the pool to project the sound in certain directions.
Does this have device memory? (i.e. - do you have to unpair one device to pair a different device? or can you just pair both and play from one?) Feb 15, 2014
Hello! I tried this yesterday with an iphone 4S and an Ipod 4. What I found is that I can pair both devices two it, but whichever one connects first is the one that will play from the speaker. Hence my Iphone 4S connected first and then the Ipod 4 would not pair up to it at the same time. In order to play through the Ipod 4, I needed to un-pair or shut off blue tooth in my Iphone 4S, and then go into blue tooth settings in my Ipod4 and click the Anker choice to connect the Ipod 4. In all, it only took about 20 seconds to do this. Hope this helps!