Bluetomorrow Review: Logitech Wireless DJ Music System

Bluetomorrow Review: Logitech Wireless DJ Music System

It is said that 40 percent of online households play music files on their computer and 33 percent listen to Internet radio streams. Sadly, less than 10 percent are paying any attention to their stereo. As CD sales dwindle, tech-savvy consumers are amassing musical databases online and enjoying the portability, sound quality and compact storage digital files can offer.

One inconvenience of this format however was the inability to enjoy the full sonic experience a stereo system can deliver. Computer sound systems are marginal at best for the average listener while earbuds are useless for kicking up an otherwise boring party. Sure, docking stations have better sound quality for MP3 devices, but they are little more than high-tech boom boxes. Hooking up a stereo speaker system to a computer is easy, but limited to the location of the computer. Even then, making adjustments to the playlist has to be done manually from the PC.

So how does one get the convenience of an MP3 device along with the full sound a home stereo can provide? That’s where the Logitech Wireless DJ Music System comes in.

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What’s Groovy and What’s Sucky

What’s Groovy: Ultra-modern looks, Easy set up, User friendly, Great sound quality and Good range

What’s Sucky: No search function, No loop scrolling, Seemingly incompatible with Mac computers and Slight interference when multiple Wi-Fi devices are active

4 Stars

Overall, we highly recommend this product as it is easy to use and looks great. Its functionality enhances the enjoyment of the digital audio format and allows a versatility that we feel has previously been overlooked. The convenience of full stereo system sound, digital clarity and placement in the home make the Logitech Wireless DJ Music System a must have for any music lover.