Summary: I purchased the Solemate as a take-anywhere, weather resistant speaker because of the positive reviews and its appearance. However, no matter how I situated it, all types of music sounded like they were muffled, like it was playing through a pillow.
Summary: Good overall, good sound for a little speaker, decent battery life, easy to use, looks super. but I have 2 complaints 1. There seems to be no way to know if the blue tooth is ever off. I assume that means it's on whenever the device is on. 2. (main complaint) The device has a mans voice that tells you if the batter is low. It will automatically announce at full volume, in a white-guy's voice "Battery Low, Recharge Now". This can happen at 4am when you're trying to sleep.
Summary: This speaker performs moderately well but considering the amount I paid for it, I don't feel like I got much value. There is so much they could improved on with just the interface, I feel kind of like I bought a Pentium 3 computer when Core i5's and 7's have been out for over a year. I would expect a fully functional battery charge indicator rather than just a light that blinks 15 minutes before the speaker dies.
Summary: This is a nice well-designed speaker, but I am disappointed with the power. I am tempted to give four stars, but for the price, it really doesn't deliver. The sound has more richness than many tiny ultra-portable speakers. It has clarity without being too tinny. Highs are slightly exaggerated, but not to an annoying level. It only distorts when the volume is at 100%, and even at full volume distortion is minimal.
Summary: I'm very happy with the sound of the Solemate and the ease with which it connects to my Bluetooth devices. My only critique is the annoying music and verbage the device spits out when you turn it on and when you have it search for a new device. It's loud, obnoxious, and the volume can't be turned down or turned off.
Summary: Jabra Solemate is a value for money blue tooth speaker. Sound quality is OK. AUX cable is neatly placed at the bottom. Battery life can be a bit better. Given a choice, I would actually choose the Bose SoundLink mini (its just under INR 10,000) because of the vastly superior sound quality.
Summary: The hardware is good. Sound is a bit flat / mono sounding. But loud for unit size. When connecting it plays loud music on a loop that you can not mute or turn down. There is a dumb American voice statement about "turn on your phone's Bluetooth" it's loud and repeats and guess what, I'm not connecting a phone all the time! So the firmware let's it down. Also there was no code in my product to use with the app. The app let's you customise audio etc.