Reviews and Problems with Soundmatters FoxL v2 / FoxL v2 Bluetooth / FoxL v2 Platinum
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From Austin, Texas, Amazon
15 November 2014
Summary: This one started the small-exceptional-sound-Bluetooth-speaker-with-insane-bass plethora of options that are out there today. This is the original and remains one of the very best for the clarity of sound and really good clean clear rich and full bass with crisp and true to life highs. I'm a fan and have enjoyed mine in many environments for several years. How many people have remarked in genuine surprise at how much sound comes out of such a diminutive box.
Do not buy this product if you care about your speaker
Gabe K., Amazon
10 October 2014
Summary: Well let's see, during, oh say my 7th or 8th ride with this Bike Mount Kit it just broke. I was riding and all of the sudden my $250.00 speaker was flipping down the highway and the mount was in 2 parts but not the 2 original parts, it broke off right under the little ball that gets tightened. DO NOT BUY if you care about your speaker.
This has been by far our favorite portable speaker by far
David Boldt, Amazon
14 August 2014
Summary: This has been by far our favorite portable speaker by far. The bass is good, good enough that even with the friction pad it can move around when playing. Well, it vibrated itself off of a file cabinet and onto a concrete floor, and ceased to operate. We sent it in with our story and the repair person emailed back saying that it was working well in his repair shop...he had replaced the dented cover at no charge and was sending it back.
Summary: The Music sound that is splendid though it is a compact style. Beautyful Good design. I can enjoy a good sound easily in hotels of the business trip. This output sound power is satisfied with this littleness. I am satisfied with the specifications of the few speaker very much in other Manufactures. Sometime, Bluetooth Radio wave is slight disconnection, but is not worried about the use frequency. Because it is usualy use is cableconect.
Summary: I care about audio quality and I do not expect much from a bluetooth speaker. I bought a few small speakers intending to use the aux-in (bluetooth audio quality sucks!) for listening to music while I do yard work, or if I have people over for a BBQ. I bought a Soundmatters FOXL, JBL Charge, and a TDK a33, intending to return all but the one I liked the most. The Soundmatters didn't get loud enough for my small yard, and it distorted too easily.