Way back in the '70s and '80s, everyone who was serious about music and everyone who was serious about entertainment had a big stereo system. Everything was big. Speakers weren't just speakers — they were TOWERS. They had components the size of a desktop computer that only housed a graphic equalizer. Receivers were equally enormous and were covered in sheets of faux wood adhesive. They had big knobs. The volume control was the size of a scotch glass. It was very tactile. Something felt good about turning the volume up with that huge knob. It felt like you were controlling something extremely powerful — maybe at NORAD.
These days, everything fits in your pocket and is operated with touchscreens. It's all very slick but it's lost some of the feel of the old component systems. The Earjax Bluetooth speaker is designed to capture the best of those two worlds. Compact and light, it has all of the convenience, features, and modern appeal of modern Bluetooth speakers. But just as important as the function, the Earjax Speaker captures some of the old-school tactile pleasure that used to be so much a part of the listening experience.