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Jabra Solemate Mini Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
DateAug 2012
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWired & Wireless
InterfaceBluetooth/USB/3.5 mm
Bluetooth profilesA2DP
Weight & dimensions
Width64 mm
Depth172 mm
Height70 mm
Weight610 g
Number of speakers1
Number of drivers3
Tweeter diameter1.91 cm
Colour of productBlack
Volume controlDigital
Recommended usageMobile phone/smartphone
CertificationCE, FCC, IC, GOST, REACH
RoHS compliance

Jabra Solemate Mini Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2015-05-15
Excellent build, Tough, Easytouse and intuitive, Powerful, Intelligible voices, Handy app, NFCDolby only accessible via the app, Lacks bass, A bit too heavy on the mids
There's a well-known marketing ploy whereby packaging is deliberately made difficult to open in order to heighten expectations and artificially increase the satisfaction the buyer feels when he/she, eventually, gets to the product.Jabra know all about thi
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Reviewed on 2014-07-03
Build Quality, Design, Audio Quality, Volume Level, Rugged Housing, 3.5mm Output, Speakerphone, Voice Guidance, Battery LifePrice (For Some), Bass Distortion At High Volume Levels
During the past 2 years I've seen many companies release wireless speakers for use with smartphones and tablets by using the typical Bluetooth connection (and rarely via Wi-Fi). However in most occasions these "speakers" are not to be taken seriously due ...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-24
Easy to use as speakerphon, App improves soundAnnoyingly loud voice guidanc, Music lacks vibrant treble tones
Many portable Bluetooth speakers include speakerphone functionality, but few feature phone functionality as prominently as the $150 Jabra Solemate, especially at that price. But while the Solemate works well enough as a speakerphone, it has room for impro...
Reviewed on 2014-04-03
Small scale, quirky design, clear audio, Bluetooth and NFC connectivity, ample battery life, simple USB chargingNot much bass, still expensive, poor voice call connectivity, Bluetooth 3.0 not 4, sound strongest from one side only
The Jabra Solemate is a portable Bluetooth speaker, back in its NFC-capable second-gen form. It might look more like a luminescent character from Pacman spliced with a Dr Martens sole but its design - which, as the name suggests, takes its cues from shoe...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-03
Excellent, quirky, unique design, Simple to use, NFC is a plus, Good audio quality, Plays nice with a wide range of devicesAudio breaks at very high volumes, Could be better in higher frequencies, Slightly pricey
In recent years, we've seen a rise in portable speaker products, aided by the growth of the mobile smartphone market and the increasingly mobile lifestyle of today's consumers. Jabra , experts in portable audio solutions, recently introduced its new line ...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-24
This device is a loaned review unit from Jabra Malaysia*After reviewing a couple of Jabra Bluetooth headsets like Jabra HALO2 and Jabra STONE3 , I was happy to review the Jabra SOLEMATE Bluetooth Speaker instead. The SOLEMATE is refreshed now, with added...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-20
The Jabra Solemate HFS200 is a portable Bluetooth speaker for use with laptop, tablet, phone and digital music player. The Solemate has 2 tweeters and a subwoofer. With equalisation it produces a surprisingly big-and-bassy sound for such a small device, e...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-29
The Jabra Solemate is a small portable speaker capable of being totally wireless, it can be connected via Bluetooth or 3.5mm lead and as it runs on a solid battery does not even require a mains lead so here a small speaker that really can claim to be ‘...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-12
Good battery life, Speakerphone mode, Rugged designTreble is a little bright, Short leash on volume
Jabra straddles the space between portable music speakers and more business-orientated ‘speakerphones' and headsets, and this Solemate is a good example. A portable Bluetooth speaker that's good for around eight hours' playback when fully charged via USB...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-30
Handy voice prompts, Great volume and sound fidelity, Has a wired option plus the necessary cableMight be a bit heavy for everyday carry
I have said it may times in the past: wires are a hindrance to fun. They will snag, catch and break just as you are headed back to your table with a fine cup of tea in your grandmother's finest china. Fortun...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-14
I'm not a big fan of wireless speakers, which is what the cool kids call battery-powered boomboxes these days. Nevertheless, there's a market for these Bluetooth-friendly gadgets that can play music streamed from your smartphone and hold an impromptu ...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-28
Good build quality, great sound, strong bassPicks up dirts and dust easily, expensive
Out of the box, the Jabra Solemate comes with a full charge and can, according to the company, stream music for up to 10 hours. After four to five hours of music streaming in our tests, the battery level was at medium, in line with the Jabra's claim.At 17...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-26
Price could have been better
App Features The design The Philosophy Connectivity The performance, sound quality and battery Conclusion Pros Real 2.1 speaker setup Ample volume Bluetooth 3.0 Handsfree function Good battery backup Cons Price could have been better Editor's Rating 8 In ...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-22
It's been about six months since I reviewed five mobile Bluetooth speakers to see how well they compared. These lightweight speakers were meant to make up for the awful sound quality provided by most smartphones and tablets (and many laptops, for that ...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-16
Great sound; rugged and portableAudio a bit more directional than the Jambox, $199.95
Jabra calls its $199.95 “the ultimate portable speaker.” It’s a compact Bluetooth speaker aimed squarely at the similarly-priced , and while the market is packed with a growing number of Jambox wanna-bes, the Solemate is one of the few that competes w...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-14
It's hard not to wonder what Jabra was thinking when coming up with the Solemate. An obvious play on the word “soulmate,” you'll notice that this portable speaker does, in fact, have a sole beneath it. The rubber grip isn't just for extra traction, howeve...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-12
Great sound, Rugged and portableAudio a bit more directional than the Jambox
Jabra calls its $200 Solemate “the ultimate portable speaker.” It's a compact Bluetooth speaker aimed squarely at the similarly-priced Jawbone Jambox, and while the market is packed with a growing number of Jambox wanna-bes, the Solemate is one of the few...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-08
In recent months we tested a number of portable speakers. Especially the wireless Bluetooth speakers manage to raise some eyebrows around the office from time to time, but they're so expensive that we can't really recommend them without any reservations...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-07
We may have arrived in the era of mobility with smartphones and tablets dominating, but one department in which these devices tend to lag is in sound. For all the hype surrounding them, most devices are not actually equipped to deliver sound to be played...
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Reviewed on 2013-01-29
Fun durable design, Easy to pair, Solid battery life,Expensive, Muddy audio on bass-heavy tracks, Relatively hefty
Jabra is literally kicking down the door to the portable speaker market. The Jabra Solemate Portable Bluetooth Speaker delivers big sound in a compact, fashionable sneakerlike design. Product name puns aside, can this $199 speaker stomp the competition? D...
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