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Jabra Solemate Max Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelSolemate Max
DateNov 2013
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWired & Wireless
Bluetooth version3.0
Bluetooth profilesAVRCP
Headphone connectivity3.5 mm
Weight & dimensions
Width302 mm
Depth138 mm
Height102 mm
Colour of productBlack

Jabra Solemate Max Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2014-08-11
Bluetooth speakers are becoming increasingly popular with the mobile generation and there’s a whole range of devices ranging from £50 to over £500. The Jabra Solemate Max (£275) sits in the middle, so you can expect a certain level of audio performance fo...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-03
Build Quality (Rugged Housing), Amplifier Output (90W Total), Audio Clarity (Excellent Mids/Highs), Bass Levels (Rear Bass Reflex), Bluetooth v3.0, USB & 3.5mm AUX Inputs, Rechargeable Battery (Can Be Used To Charge Other Devices), Design, 3.5mm Cable, Ba...Price (For Some), Volume Levels (Not As Much As We'd Hoped For Its Size)
I spend the larger part of last Sunday at a beach roughly 90km away and to my surprise after one hour of me being there i noticed several people (not many but way more than last year or the year before) carrying portable Bluetooth speakers with them which...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-11
In the dense forest of Bluetooth speakers, Jabra's Solemate is one that stands out. Both in terms of looks and sound quality, the diminutive speaker punched above its weight. Plus, it's great value at around £80. See also: 13 best portable speakers The S...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-16
Good sound quality, high quality design, durable quality, great battery lifeExpensive, really heavy to be called portable, temperamental Bluetooth connection
Jabra's Solemate range of products comes in three sizes, there's the Solemate Mini, regular Solemate and now the Solemate Max . Coming in at almost 300mm long and 130mm in height, it does live up to its name.Even though this is a “portable” speaker, don't...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-10
Room-filling, clear sound, Rugged design, Convenient USB inputCould use more bass, Heavy
The Jabra Solemate Max is no ordinary portable Bluetooth speaker . At 6.2 pounds, it weighs 130% more than the Jawbone Big Jambox , a popular competitor. At $399, it costs 60% more. Its rugged design is dust- and splash-resistant. And it has a USB digital...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-06
Looks great, Excellent battery life, Helpful connectivity featuresToo pricey, Sound quality is just OK
We loved the original Jabra Solemate; it was small but it punched way above its weight.You can pick one up for £90 in the UK, $125 in the US, and it's a feisty, pugnacious little portable Bluetooth speaker.Sure, we wouldn't recommend it as a primary speak...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-04
Solid and very rugged construction. Convenient controls on the speaker. Nice loud sound that really shines at higher volumes. Packed with lots of features that make it futureproof. Just the kind of speaker you want to use at an outdoor party. Very good ba...Some songs lack body. The price is a bit high
If Goldilocks was in the market for a speaker, she should look no further than the Jabra line of Solemate Bluetooth speakers . To that effect, Jabra offers their Solemate speaker systems in three discerning sizes that should fit everyone's tastes – small,...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-02
The Jabra Solemate Max is a chunky and portable Bluetooth speaker with a sturdy carry handle and a jagged base. Unfortunately, its size means that you’ll want to move it from one room to another rather than throw in a backpack. The Solemate Max is water-r...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-29
NFC compatibility for easy pairing, Robust design for outdoor use, Large battery for extended play, USB port for audio input and charging devicesBass is dry and lacks impact, High price point, A bit heavy for a portable product
When the Jabra Solemate first debuted in 2012 , it was one of the first portable Bluetooth wireless speakers to be purpose built for the great outdoors. The Solemates were dust proof, splash proof, sweat resistant, and came with a durable sand and rain-re...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-28
If you have not heard (pun intended), Jabra is the official sound sponsor for Audi Fashion Festival 2014 (happening on 14-18 May) in Singapore. They are showcasing the limited edition Ink Treasure Revo Wireless headphones which are available for hands-on...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-25
Solemate Max's exterior is a combination of plastic, rubber, and metal. Although it looks nice enough, the materials aren't as premium as one would expect from a $400 speaker. It doesn't seem quite as fancy, and specific design features such as the rubber...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-17
Powerful speakers wrapped up in a clean, aesthetic design, with a handy-dandy grip for carrying? Yes, please! Unfortunately, the noise and bustle of CES makes it a terrible environment for listening. But from the bits I was able to clearly hear at Jabra's...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-05
Powerful output, with crisp, full response at moderate-to-high volume levels. Splash- and dust-resistant, sturdy design. NFC-enabled. Can pull audio from computer digitally via USB connection. Built-in speakerphone.Borders on distortion with deep bass at top volumes. Large and heavy for a portable system. DSP will turn off some purists
The $300-and-above price realm is tricky territory for Bluetooth speakers—you expect a certain level of audio performance for that price, often delivered in dedicated plug-in speakers like the Editors' Choice Marshall Stanmore$399.00 at Ama...
Reviewed on 2014-03-03
The Jabra Solemate Max delivers good sound and battery life and has a strong feature set and excellent design. It's also water-resistant, has built-in speakerphone capabilities, and is well suited for outdoor use with a convenient carrying handle integrat...We expect a little better sound from $400 speaker, separate AC adapter required for charging (no charging via Micro-USB)
Back in 2012, Jabra released the Solemate, a compact Bluetooth speaker with a distinct, footwear-inspired design and decent sound for its size. Now the company is serving up a supersize version of the speaker called the Solemate Max ($399). Like the or...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-17
Would you spend $400 on a portable Bluetooth speaker? That's the question Jabra's hoping to answer with its new flagship product, the Solemate Max. If you can believe it, Jabra does make a somewhat compelling case at times. The Max falls into the large...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-31
A warm and welcome new addition to my home, the Solemate Max is the latest in portable speakers from Jabra. If you'll remember, we had high praise for its predecessor, the Solemate , in our review from 2012. How does big brother measure up? Magnificently....
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Reviewed on 2014-01-29
A big speaker that puts out big sound, Maintains the Solemate design that I love, Has a 3.5mm cable in the bottom, Easy to set up and use, Runs for over 14 hours, Charges devices when they are low, Can be used as the audio for a computerPriced to compete in a tough market with some great options already available; No protective bag included
I was an immediate fan of the Jabra Solemate Bluetooth speaker and said so. I was impressed by the Jabra Solemate mini I reviewed last month, and I said so. And I am also a fan of the big brother of the aforementioned speakers. The Jabra Solemate Max is b...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-20
The Jabra Solemate Max is a portable wireless and wired Bluetooth-capable NFC enhanced boombox and speakerphone. It'll also act as a USB audio device for Windows (possibly Mac), charge your phone for you, and is heavy enough to keep a weiner dog down in h...
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