Jam Wireless Audio has launched a new line of Wi-Fi speakers and a new rugged Bluetooth series.
The Wi-Fi speakers, including the Rhythm and Symphony models, are engineered to assemble into a customizable, whole-home audio system with no installation required.
The Jam Rhythm is designed for small- to medium-sized rooms, while the Jam Symphony is for larger rooms. Up to eight Jam Wi-Fi speakers can be paired to create a complete home audio solution. The free Jam Home Audio app allows users to sync and control the speakers from anywhere and stream different music to each room. Users can also group the speakers together to play the same music throughout the home. An in-app intercom feature allows users to communicate messages through the speakers in other rooms.
Rhythm and Symphony are compatible with many top streaming sites including Spotify, iHeartRadio and Rhapsody, or listeners can choose to stream from their own music libraries. The Wi-Fi speakers also feature preset buttons to provide instant access to favorite music channels.
Jam Audio’s new line of rugged Bluetooth speakers — the Jam Xterior, Xterior Plus and Xterior Max — can be connected wirelessly to any Bluetooth device, and they can be used as speakerphones. All three are waterproof, drop-proof and dust-proof, and feature an integrated screw mount. Each speaker is rechargeable, providing between six to 11 hours of playtime. The Xterior Max also features an integrated USB port, which enables other devices to be charged.
“Jam Audio’s mission has always been to break down barriers to incredible sound so everyone can enjoy music. That is why we make high-quality, premium-sounding speakers that are affordable,” said John Mikkola, director of product development for Jam Audio. “We believe everyone should have access to the latest technologies that make it easier to enjoy streaming their favorite music — at home, on the go or on that next great adventure.”
The Jam Symphony retails for $149.99 and the Rhythm retails for $99.99. The Xterior is $49.99, the Xterior Plus, which floats in water speaker side up, is $69.99, and the Xterior Max is $99.99.