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Star Wars Li-B33.FMv7 Bluetooth Speaker - The Force Awakens First Order Star Destroyer Villain Flagship Lights Up When in Use
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- Bluetooth: Wirelessly stream audio anywhere up to 30 Feet. Connects with all Bluetooth tablets and smartphones. Has Aux line-in jack to play audio form devices equipped with a 3.5mm headphone jack.
- Powerful Sound: Powerful sound performance allows you to listen to all your favorite tunes. Includes the song "Star Wars (main theme)".
- Call Feature: Get a phone call while listening to your music? Not a problem, this bluetooth speaker has an answer and end call feature via speakerphone.
- Rechargeable Battery: Rechargeable lithium-ion battery with charging cable allows you to listen to your favorite tunes as long as you like.
- Perfect Gift: This will make any Star Wars fan's day. Whether listening to the Star Wars theme song or your own music, you can do so in style.
|Global Trade Identification Number||00092298924694|
|Included Components||Star Destroyer Bluetooth Speaker|
|Is Assembly Required||false|
|Item Volume||640 milliliters|
|Item Weight||0.320 ounces|
|Number of Items||1|
|Power Source Type||AC & Battery|
|Size||640 milliliters Volume|
|Warranty Description||1 year warranty against manufacturer defects|
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For the First Order! From the ashes of the Empire the Star Destroyers are back with a new look and sound. Any Star Destroyer can house multiple Tie Fighters to shoot down X-Wings. This Bluetooth speaker will make a fine edition to any collection. Delivering powerful sound via Bluetooth this will make the life of any party whether Star Wars themed or not. Powered by a lithium-ion battery it could fire upon the puny Resistance. Lights up when in use and can answer and end calls via speakerphone so you can stay right where you are and enjoy your music.
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Actually really decent sound for a 30 dollar speaker.
Decent bass/Well rounded sound, but there's no way to adjust the levels (call me old-school)
There's no volume control on device
The blue light-up engines are a lie - there is one blue charge indicator led in one engine.
Overall (and I've been using for less than 72 hours) it is proving to be decent workshop speaker for my tablet. Have used on music and video.
UPDATE: I've had this thing for about 9 months now and I use it almost every day. I use it in the kitchen when cooking and i use it outside a lot. I've even brought it work for a few demolition jobs when my boss forgot his radio.
It is good and loud, and i don't seem to have blown the speaker yet! It does occasionally have that hollow, tinny sound I've come to associate with almost every bluetooth rig I've heard.
Charge time is quick and battery charge holds well (so far)
Top international reviews
La potencia de la bocina es muy buena y puede transladarse sin ninguna dificulta hacía cualquier parte de tu casa u oficina
Viene precargada con un intro del soundtrack para que pruebes la potencia de la bocina
El detalle de la iluminación en el interior de la nave cuando está en uso es un plus
Es una buena compra y los fans de Star Wars quedarán gratamente satisfechos.
This review is for the Star Destroyer.
Overall, I feel the quality of the speakers function on this unit, like the Falcon, is very good. Not the highest quality, but they will do the job. You won't want to be listening to high fidelity music on these speakers, but they do great for TV shows, or movies.
Unlike the Falcon, the Star Destroyer only has two switches on it. The main 3-position switch on the side lets you set the unit to "AUX", which will allow you to plug it into any device that has a miniature audio jack (same jack most phones have used for headphones up until last year), or "OFF", or "Bluetooth". Note, it comes with a cable that has Micro USB on one end with full sized USB and Miniature Audio Jack on the other end. This will allow you to both charge the unit and connect it to other audio devices.
When in AUX or Bluetooth modes the ship lights on the sides will come on. In bluetooth mode, you can pair your phone with the ship the first time you turn it on. After that, if you want to pair it with a different device you have to use the button in the back, which is disguised as one of the thrusters. This button can, when held in, place the unit into pairing mode. When pressed briefly it will play the Star Ware theme. When a call is coming in, you can answer it by clicking this button, or reject it with a long-press of the button.
Oddly enough, there are no instructions for how to author a call. I don't think it can be done on this unit as it can on the Falcon. The Falcon had more buttons, and one of them could be used to author a call. If you want to purchase this for making speakerphone calls, get something else (I would recommend the Falcon).
The design of the ship itself is pretty solid. No rattles, the speaker sounds good, and it doesn't feel hollow - so it's fairly well built.
One thing to note here is that the hull is a pristine grey colour. Unlike the Falcon, there has been no attempt to paint anything. The Falcon has an excellent weathering job, and looks like a ship that has a few thousand light-years on it. The Star Destroyer looks like a plastic toy. Also, the function of pressing the button to get the Star Wars theme only works with the main switch in the "OFF" position. In AUX or Bluetooth, pressing the button will do nothing. This means you can't have the lights and the theme at the same time. Finally, when you look at the pictures shown, they clearly show 7 rear thrusters lit up in blue, while on the actual product only one lights up blue, the rest are just the plain plastic colour. For this, and for the missing call-authoring function, I had to remove a star, to give this bluetooth speaker a 4/5.
Now, I am going to have to do something about painting this as it just looks too toy-like as it is. Still, overall, it's a nice addition to the collection.
I see they also have Darth Vader and R2D2 bluetooth speakers. However, the Darth Vader one looks really stupid, and the R2D2 one is just the top without the body. That also looks really stupid, and I doubt I will be adding either to my collection.