I was invited to a house party at The Apartment @ The Hoxton Holborn, to mark the launch of home audio products JAM Symphony and JAM Rhythm by JAM Wireless Audio the maker of the number-one selling Bluetooth speaker in the UK.

The soiree was laid back chilled affair with an abundance of food and drink for the very happy guests who indulged in various video and board games whilst listening to music by the celebrity DJ Dave Berry.


Aizak Buyondo hailing a taxi to the JAM launch house party

Aizak Buyondo outside the JAM launch house party venue at The Apartment @ The Hoxton Holborn

Aizak Buyondo outside the JAM launch house party venue at The Apartment @ The Hoxton Holborn


Aizak Buyondo

These premiere Wi-Fi speakers offer the power to build a complete home sound solution without complex wiring or expensive installation, at an affordable and highly competitive price. The JAM Rhythm (£99.99), and JAM Symphony speaker (£149.99) will be available at Currys & PC World from July and soon after in HMV stores and at Amazon.co.uk.


JAM launch house party


JAM launch house party


JAM launch house party

Both speakers deliver stunning stereo sound. The Jam Rhythm is versatile and suitable for small to medium sized rooms. Its compact design and ability to be positioned in landscape or portrait make it suitable for any room in the house. The Symphony’s 5 precision tuned drivers deliver unrivalled sound quality for larger rooms – it has to be heard to be believed.


Celebrity DJ Dave Berry


Aizak Buyondo with DJ Dave Berry


Aizak Buyondo

In addition to delivering crystal clear stereo sound, the speakers can also function as a home intercom system to reach anyone anywhere in the home through the speakers.  Using your home Wi-Fi network you can position the speakers anywhere in your home, set up is so simple, as is increasing the number of speakers on your home network.


Guests at JAM launch house party



JAM launch house party



The free JAM Wi-Fi Home Audio App allows the user to control their speaker from anywhere in the home, and listen to the same or different music on each speaker throughout the house. The easy-to-use home audio app integrates the user’s stored music, as well as being optimised to work with some of the world’s most popular streaming music services like Spotify, Tidal and TuneIn with other services coming soon. For all other streaming platforms where you listen to music the speakers are DNLA (Digital Living Network Alliance) and airplay compatible.


Aizak Buyondo’s outfit is from Banana Republic


Dave Berry

The app allows you to set presets on each speaker on your network, meaning you can access you favourite stations and playlists at the touch of a button. The Jam app allows you to tweak the speaker’s bass and treble setting in order to allow you to control how your music sounds.


Dave Berry with guest

JAM moving into home audio was a natural extension due to our wireless credentials. Syncing multiple speakers throughout the home provides a total sound solution while delivering the freedom from wires that JAM has always been known for. We are committed to providing quality home audio at an affordable price.” Nick Grocott, Head of Marketing EMEA

Image Credit: Daniel Rachev

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