I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Soundfreaq. I received a Soundfreaq Sound Spot to facilitate my review.
Most of music lives on my iPhone these days. Since I grew up in the time of cassette tapes and even vinyl records, this still kind of amazes me. I love how easy to access my music is with all of the new technology, and especially how easy it is to get crystal clear sound without wires. I wrote a while back about how much I love my Soundfreaq SoundStep and I still use it daily. (In fact, I love it so much when I heard my parents were in the market for a bluetooth speaker and were planning on buying another brand that costs quite a bit more, I pointed them toward the reasonably priced SoundStep and they purchased it instead and love it!)
There have been a few times when I have wanted to use my SoundStep but either didn’t have room for it or felt that it didn’t look the best with the decor in the living room. SoundFreaq must have been reading my mind because they’ve come out with the perfect solution – the Soundfreaq Sound Spot! The Sound Spot has all of the great sound I’ve come to expect, but in a smaller and more attractive profile. It’s smaller size makes it super portable and I love that it comes in a ton of colors!
I received two Sound Spots to try out. One is white with a wood front (perfect for my kitchen)
and the other is solid black and goes perfectly in my office.
With an almost endless combination of colors and finishes, you can definitely find one that will go with any spot in your home. The fact that they contain a rechargeable battery coupled with their small size and light weight mean they are super portable and could easily follow you outside as well. I know mine will be resting poolside this summer! The only thing I would change would be that I would love to be able to stream to multiple speakers from one device to create that “through the house” effect. That option is only available if you connect the speakers together with the enclosed cord. Someone who understands tech better than I explained to me that this is actually a limitation with Bluetooth technology, not with the speakers.