Sunday, May 17, 2015

WAVEstream Wireless Speaker is fun for parties and makes a great gift #WAVEstream

The WAVEstream Wireless Bluetooth speaker system makes listening to music so much more fun. This is a fresh and modern bluetooth system that was designed To bridge between work and play so it definitely fits our kind of lifestyle.

My husband is a real music fanatic. He is quite particular about sound with his speakers and we have tried some bluetooth systems which he just didn't feel passed muster. We were both impressed with the sound we heard from our new bright pink WAVEstream. The audio fidelity is clear and sharp with nice deep bass tones. It sounded great and amped up our festive party this past weekend out on our deck.

The WAVEstream is definitely flexible though and it would be equally at home in the conference room (perhaps the black color at work) at the office for phone call meetings with the team. Keep an extra one at home for those work-from-home days. It is easy to take it with you from room to room with ease.

Product Features:
- New Bluetooth 3.0 Technology
- Change tracks from your phone or directly from WAVEstream track buttons: works on Pandora, Spotify, Tidal, Sound Cloud & more music apps!
- Two 40MM drivers deliver deep, rich clear sound
- Built-in Phone Conferencing Microphone for Taking Calls
- Line In input gives you a wired listening option (great for non Bluetooth device connectivity)
- Audible Low Battery alerts notification sound

This is a fresh and modern blue tooth speaker that would make a great tween gift. We will be bringing down to the beach house to keep the party going this summer.  We really enjoy the crisp, clear sound and it was easy to set up too. 

You can pick up this WAVEstream Wireless Speaker on Amazon for easy shopping anytime. 

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