iMusic Pillow with Bluetooth Review – Listen to the Music As You Fall Asleep
When it comes to bedtime, for most people, it is the perfect time to rest their body and mind. Yet, for some other people out there, bedtime also happens to be just the perfect time to listen to the music. Well, it is true that listening to the music can relax the mind. Perhaps it is the reason why a lot of people out there like listening to the music, even as they are falling asleep. Inspired by this idea, there is now this device called the iMusic Bluetooth Pillow. Yes, you heard that right! As its name implies, you can use this pillow to listen to the music while you sleep.
When it comes to listening to the music while you are asleep, however, there are some things you need to keep in mind. There have been a number of cases in which things can become pretty messy if you keep your music player on while sleeping. Some people have had their smartphones blown up as they listen to the music the entire night using earpiece. Not only that, they even end up either dead or getting severely injured when they wake up the next morning. One thing you should know is that your smartphone, as well as your earpiece, tends to get hot as it is playing back your favorite songs. Well, with that being said, this is probably why you had better use such a device as the iMusic Pillow instead.
Speaking of the iMusic Bluetooth Pillow, here are the features you can expect:
At first glance, you are not likely to realize that it is a pillow with the ability to play your favorite songs or music. This is because the pillow looks very simple. You won’t notice any speakers coming out of it, either. Yet, despite its simple look, it feels comfortable, thanks to the airy and soft internal padding.
Music Playback Performance
With this particular Bluetooth-enabled music pillow from the iMusic, you are free to choose the music playback volume you desire. You will most likely find that a volume of 25% should do, though. Going from halfway up, the volume can be pretty loud. Of course, you do not want your ears to become deaf or to disturb your partner while he/she is asleep, right? Unfortunately, though, when it comes to the sound of the integrated mono speaker, the bass doesn’t feel exactly right. There is something missing, it feels.
Besides connecting the pillow to a Bluetooth earpiece or Bluetooth speakers, you can also connect it to an earpiece or speakers or your smartphone with an auxiliary cable. But then again, it may not be a good idea to hook your smartphone to the pillow near you as you sleep. Remember when we told you how some people got their smartphone blown up and severely injured or even killed them? But then again, there is another catch. Using Bluetooth may not be completely recommended, either. You may have to take into account the radiation exposure you may get from the Bluetooth connection.
Friday, November 6, 2015