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Jambadoo: a Bluetooth receiver that can connect to 3 devices

A project in Cambridge, United Kingdom by Jambadoo Team

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A Bluetooth receiver that can connect to 3 devices simultaneously and offers great sound quality.
Backers: 102
Average Pledge Per Backer: £105

Funded: £10,680 of £10,000
Dates: Jun 24th -> Jul 24th (30 days)
Project By: Jambadoo Team
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Latest News

Last Hours! Place your pledges now!

July 22nd - via:
Hi, These are the last hours of the campaign! It is all looking good. And it's the last chance to place more pledges so do not hesitate to tell your friends to Pledge now while it is still possible. Any questions, feel free to ask! Thanks to all the... (Read More)

Digital Optical Output Video

July 16th - via:
Hi, We shot a video to show how Jambadoo can be used with its Optical Output. We connected it to a friends High End Stereo and played Classic Music. The video is below. Thanks, Jambadoo team  (Read More)

CSR/AptX blogs about Jambadoo

July 15th - via:
Hello! For those of you who know, CSR is the company that owns aptX (The high quality Audio codec) and dominates the market for Bluetooth chips in accessories. So we're very pleased that CSR has chosen to mention Jambadoo in their blog and tweeted... (Read More)

8 Days to Go - DJ GrandPa Interview

July 15th - via:
Hello Backers!!! Thanks for all the new comers for backing us, this is very appreciated. We're getting closer to the finish line and we're not too far. So can we ask you each if possible to share this Kickstarter link campaign with 2 friends who... (Read More)

Jambadoo Packaging

July 8th - via:
Hello, Thanks to all the new backers! We're making progress and every backer counts. We hopefully should have other articles coming out on the next few days so should get close to our goal. Meanwhile, we have received the initial prototypes for the... (Read More)

Jambadoo in the car

July 5th - via:
Hello, We had many questions about if Jambadoo can work in a car. Since Jambadoo has a standard 3.5mm jack, it can work with the input of a car. Below is a demo with Jambadoo running in the car. So three passengers can play the music that is on their... (Read More)

Jambadoo with Tablets

July 3rd - via:
HI, Just to confirm that Jambadoo also works with Tablets. Below is a short (our usual unprofessional videos) video with Jambadoo working with an Android Table and an iPad. Thanks, Jambadoo team  (Read More)

How LEDs work on Jambadoo?

July 2nd - via:
Hi, We got asked why there are 3 LEDs on Jambadoo and how they work. The LEDs on Jambadoo indicate how many devices are connected to it. So we did a small video (Sorry it is sideways as we took the video with an a Phone) where we connect and... (Read More)

Jambadoo in the press

July 1st - via:
Hello, Thank you for the new backers who have joined us. It is nice to see that interest is picking up after a few days of quiet activities. We're at the end of the first week and have 25% so we're on track to get there. But we have to keep on... (Read More)

Crowdfunding bid for innovation that rocks

July 1st - via:
A Cambridge innovator bidding to revolutionise the way people share music has tuned into crowdfunding powerhouse Kickstarter to raise the cash needed to take the technology into production. (Read More)

Optical Out

June 26th - via:
Hi, As many of you have been asking, here are some explanations about the optical interface and cable on Jambadoo. Jambadoo has a 3.5mm Jack interface that can output analog and optical. This is the same interface that you can see on the Macs (Here... (Read More)

Good Start

June 25th - via:
It seems we're off to a much better start than we anticipated: 16% of target on the first 2 days! This gives us real hopes that we might actually be able to achieve our goal. Many thanks for all the questions, tips, encouragements and to all the... (Read More)

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