Review (March 2008)
Laser lights have been around for as long as I can remember, yet until recently they were only found in professional venues. This technology is no longer just for the professionals thanks to the folks at mi Jam. Their new Laser Light Show adds fun to playing music. The mi Jam Laser Light Show is designed to interface with iPods and other music players that have a 3.5mm jack audio jack. The top of the unit has a place for docking an iPod. The top side has a clear window that projects a laser image on the ceiling or wall synchronized to the music being played. The pattern size can be adjusted through the volume control of your music player. The louder the volume, the bigger the laser pattern becomes on the surface. The user also has the option of turning off the laser and using just the audio playback system. The mi Jam Laser Light Show includes an AC Adapter. However, a set of four AA-size batteries gives the mi Jam Laser Light Show complete portability allowing the user to play the laser show virtually anywhere. The unit measures only about 6.5" in diameter with a base that swivels to help aim the laser beam. A control on the back directs the beam on the ceiling or against a wall.
- Kevin Nakano
MP3 Player: Microsoft Zune
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mi Jamô - Laser Light Show
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