Here’s a little bit of feedback about this speaker. The lights shine up and out, so if it is ground level, it can shine you straight in the eyes. We put it on our refrigerator so that it is high enough it doesn’t hurt anyone.
We’ve had it for about 6 months now, and the connectivity kinda sucks. In the last few weeks, we have had to set our phone right next to the speaker in order for it to have a good connection. Otherwise, the music skips a lot.
Recently, we have paired our Acer Chromebook to it and it is doing much better. Not real sure how long it will last, but it is doing better than our phones. (Btw, we loved this computer so much that we recently purchased another one for our kids. I am able to do all of my blog and freelance writing work on it, and it is only $180-$200. Total win for us).
I really like how the Party Time speaker sounds. It has a great sound quality and I think it fills the air pretty well. We have a very open floor plan, and it does a great job of projecting the sound into the whole house.
Of course, I do love these awesome lights, and I’ll turn them on while I’m listening to music on my phone.
These are some of the songs that we like to play with our kids. Definitely all adult worthy songs to rock to.
These guys basically rock. I will be honest, I didn’t like them all that much when Austin first introduced them to our music repertoire. Their covers are outstanding, but their original music took some time for me to fall in love with.
What I like the most about them is their originality with the videos and how they use instruments.
Boomerang is my kids’ favorite.
Check out this incredible video of them all playing one guitar for the cover of Somebody That I Used to Know.
Julian Smith does a lot of funny videos. He does more than just music. My kids love their sketches.
Here is one of their songs that cracks me up so much. We drink our coffee both ways around here.
We only listen to this one song by the Disney Chickz, which is in response to the Disney Dudez video that we watch. There is a lot of storyline intro to this song, so I suggest go ahead and skip to 1:28 if you actually want to hear the song.
This is the only video that we watch from Todrick Hall and the Disney Dudez. Again, it has a bit story in front of the music, so just skip ahead to 0:40.
They have a really fun sound and sing the Disney songs you love.