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SoundSOUL are looking to make a splash in the Bluetooth speaker market by standing out from the large number of low cost speakers by adding a visual component, a LED lit water show. In the box you get two speakers, a cable to connect the two speakers together, aux cable and USB power cable. They’re ..

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SoundSOUL Bluetooth Water Speakers Review

SoundSOUL are looking to make a splash in the Bluetooth speaker market by standing out from the large number of low cost speakers by adding a visual component, a LED lit water show.

In the box you get two speakers, a cable to connect the two speakers together, aux cable and USB power cable.

They’re available in a range of colours, you’ll see the white version in the video review below.

SoundSOUL Bluetooth Water Speakers

They’ve an unusual design, the bottom section contains the speaker but on top of that is a transparent section with 4 small holes.  Turn the speakers on and you’ll see what this section is for as small jets of water shoot up out of the holes as the speaker announces the Bluetooth status.

You can connect a range of items to the speakers either via Bluetooth or via the included aux cable.  Hit play on your favourite track and it’s accompanied by dancing jets of water which are lit by coloured LEDs, the water jumps up different heights depending on the beat of the music.

Sound quality is OK, it lacks bass and can be rather tinny, especially when compared to something like the Sumvision Psyc Monic, these aren’t the speakers to get if you’re into sound quality.  They are the speakers to get if you want something a bit more fun than the usual blue rectangular speaker, the lights and water look great with the right track, pulsing in time to the music and creating a wonderful display.

It doesn’t work with all music, some tracks are too intense and mean the water doesn’t pulse, it just jets up for the duration of the track.

Great little stocking filler, ideal for kids, but not great for those who value audio quality over a visual spectacle.

The SoundSOUL Bluetooth Water Speakers are available from:

– Amazon UK: http://amzn.to/2jvyBGN
– Amazon.com: http://amzn.to/2BhT9gH
– Amazon.ca: http://amzn.to/2BPb4Hz
– eBay: http://ebay.to/2An3DeD

SoundSOUL Bluetooth Water Speakers Video Review

About the author

Mark Draper A self confessed gadget lover who has a day job at Verastar Ltd and a hobby of writing and filming reviews that are published on YouTube and Reviewify.co.uk. You can find him on and on

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