Striking, Unobtrusive Design of Music Cup Bluetooth Speaker
Compare to other brands on the market, like Bose, JBL, Jawbone Jambox, Beats or HMDX Jam, why would you want a wireless speaker that looks like a coffee mug? To be fair, this is a question I initially asked myself when I heard of the MusicCup as well. However, since using it I have seen the cleverness in its design.
Speakers usually take a rather prominent position in any setup. If you are setting up a home theater, you will have large speakers that stand out. Speakers often take up a large portion of a TV’s or a laptop’s body. Even iPod headphones are prominent in their stark white plastic. The Music Cup flips the script on big, obvious speakers to great effect.
Personally, I keep my Music Cup on my desk most of the time. When I play music through it, I get a nice clear sound without needing to fill up a chunk of my desk with needless speaker equipment. Even better, it’s always a fun moment when friends come over, hear the music, and wonder where it’s coming from.
Even in party environments, the inconspicuous shape of the MusicCup is a really nice touch. I can simply set up my MusicCup on a shelf, let the music play, and I don’t have to worry about anyone (who may have had too much to drink, perhaps) messing with my music. Who would mess with a coffee cup after all?
Music should be heard, not seen, and that’s precisely what Music Cup Bluetooth Speaker delivers.