LED Dancing Water Speakers Review ♫ Cool Party Speakers ♫





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Published on Apr 7, 2015

Water Dancing Speakers Review ♫ Awesome gadget for adding a Splash of Dancing Color to your Music!

Check out Less Vs More reviewing some Quality Water Dancing Speakers and demonstrating how they actually work.


To start off, I’d like to say that the dancing water speakers is a very cool concept and overall are a great addition to any home/office. I set these water dancing speakers in my kitchen like a music station so we can listen do them any time of the day. The lights in the LED water speakers are constantly on which is cool and while the water starts dancing in the speaker case, it makes for a cool light show on the ceiling.

One of the setbacks on the portable led dancing water speakers is that if the song is recorded really quiet, you can actually hear the jets and water splashing around in the speaker over the music. To be honest, I usually have them turned up almost full volume anyway as I jam out in my kitchen or living room, so the water sound does low and is not noticeable at all. To a crystal sound audio guru this might be a problem, but your are not going to buy water speakers for under $50 and expect to have extreme high quality sound coming out of them. So overall my opinion on the Dancing Water Speakers is great! It could be a good gift for someone of any age that wants to see USB speakers with lights and water.

What are water speakers? Simple, they are speakers that combines music, water and an LED light show. Jets of water squirt upwards in the clear case to the beat of the music being play with different colored LEDs that blink on and off along with the jets. The result, amazing looking fountains of light that dance to the music. In this video we were reviewing the Gadgetree Dancing Water MP3 Speakers.

What did I like about these neat little speakers with dancing water and lights in them? Well they obviously look pretty damn cool when the lights are off and the music is pumping. Since they are USB powered, there is no need to for batteries. You can basically connect them to any audio device through the auxiliary media port. So there is no worry about having an iPhone at home and bringing them to a friends house that owns an android or even a cassette player(what the hell is that?). Since they are not very large, the are also not very heavy and quite easy to take pretty much anywhere. So you can set these up while camping, in the kitchen or if you really wanted...you could set them up in the bathroom for a really psychedelic bathing experience. Lastly, they are sealed up tight, so you do not have to worry about water spilling everywhere.

What I didn't like about these inexpensive water light speakers? Well, not too much unless you consider a lack of theater quality sound to be a bad thing for the price.

Where to buy water speakers? Check out our website post about the water dancing speakers to get the best price deal on this great gadget.

For more information on the Dancing Water Speakers and other great Less Vs More reviews, check us out at article at: http://LessVsMore.com/

For some more information on speakers and instructions you can check out these sites:
Water Dancing Speaker instructions - http://sitetester.ga/m304/dancing-wat...
The top 5 wireless speakers - http://www.webrunch.com/top-5-best-wi...
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