Excerpt: I bought the JBL SoundFly Air a couple of years back, and it sounds just great in my bathroom! I don't think I would want to use it anyplace else, but it's great for the bathroom.
From what I recall, setup was easy. It was also easy to reconfigure when I changed my network setup.
Excerpt: Surprised to find out the two speakers I bought, only work one at a time. I bought them for a larger room where I wanted discreet background music. But to use one speaker, it has to be turned up louder to get music through the room. Hardly makes for an intimate dinner party and conversation area.
Excerpt: Thought this would be great but it is a $180 piece of Junk.Unless you have a straight unblocked signal sound will be choppy and cut in and out. If you want to Bluetooth from your office and have the speaker in your living room forget it. It will drive you nuts.
Excerpt: JBL makes two nearly identical speakers, with names that highlight their key difference: the $200 SoundFly Air lets you stream audio to the speaker using Apple’s AirPlay technology, while the $180 SoundFly BT uses Bluetooth, instead.
(Sound)Fly away please, there are too many problems
16 July 2015
Excerpt: I tested the JBL Soundfly Air for work and was impressed with the sound quality but various problems with the system and device itself would stop me short of recommending it in light of the high purchase price.
Excerpt: **What is it?** The JBL SoundFly Air Plug-In Speaker is a speaker for use with iOS (Apple) air play enabled devices. It's made by a third party, JBL, rather than by Apple directly. **Price and Availability** You can pick up the The JBL SoundFly Air Plug-In Speaker for around £150 which is quite fair...