This is not really an accurate review of this product. It is meant primarily for people that are going to be playing music at social gatherings or just out on the patio at their house. It is going to sound distorted if you are recording your voice through an I phone app, also 90 percent of people are going to be playing music for the primary use. The music quality is much greater then the voice quality you have recorded.
Whatever plays from the speaker is going to be distorted. The level and type of distortion is going to be reduced or amplified based on what frequency ranges are predominant (ie voice, vs pop music), coming from the speaker transducer and the object the speakers are attached to. What was disappointing to me is that direct from the speaker itself, there was a noticeable amount of distortion from the source (speaker itself).
I have tested other competitive products (there are lots) and found that they provide better sound quality. I wish I had some examples to show on this review (maybe in the future) but there are better examples of this technology around a very similar price point.
Next year when I go to the CES show, I'll try to secure more examples of what I'm talking about.
Thanks for your comment.Mike
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