Bluetooth Speaker for Tweens and Teens by Udison

*Disclaimer: This Udison bluetooth speaker for provided to me at a promotional discount for review purposes*

The Udison bluetooth speaker offers big sound in a small package. The speaker comes in various colors, I received the rose gold. Now my 12 year wants to take claim of the speaker.

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CONNECTIONS AND SOUND QUALITY
Connecting the Udison speaker is easily done via bluetooth. I had no problems connecting the speaker to various devices around my house, such as the Amazon Fire 2015 tablet, several Android 5+ phones and tablets, and an iPhone 4.

The speaker also plays well as an AUX output device. I love that I only need one cable to charge the speaker or connect it to auxillary inputs. The speaker sounds great via either connection. The highs and mid range instruments sound NICE. Lows are noticable enough for music that doesn’t have much bass such as, podcasts, lectures, etc.

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CONTROLS
Controlling the volume on the speaker is very easy. Like most bluetooth speakers all you need to do is hold down the < or > arrows for volume + -. Just pressing the buttons advances the track or changes the FM radio station. Tapping the M button on the front control panel of the speaker cycles through the various functions of the speaker. Easy peasy.

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FINAL THOUGHTS
Udison did a pretty good job with this speaker. The blue LED light on the bottom of speaker is pleasant, and you get a lot of sound in a small package. However, the FM radio on the speaker does not function very well. My kids and I were never able to lock in a radio station. This isn’t a deal breaker for me, I don’t use the function, I just felt that it needed to be stated. Overall, I would recommend this speaker to people looking for a portable speaker, but don’t need drop protection.

If you would like more information take a look at the Amazon product page.

Chelle is a homeschool teaching mother of two, and wife to an author. She loves matching STEAM projects and challenges with books, games, educational apps and other media to make whole brain unit studies. In her downtime, she loves gaming, reading, and listening to music. Chelle is also a techie.

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