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That jobsite entertainment sector is a crowded one with options from nearly every major manufacturer. Jobsite radios and speakers can generally set the category of complete size and compact. The Festool SYSRock is a compact model. This end of the sector typically has fantastic portability but trades away from sound quality since there’s no room to fit multiple tweeters and subwoofers.

Nevertheless the Festool SYSRock claims “Rockstar sound quality” that won’t distort for the highest volume. I’ll certainly examine that along with the actual pretty impressive feature set Festool offers on this subject radio.
Noteworthy Features
Not one but two Power Options
You can power the Festool SYSRock with the Festool flat pack battery power from 10. 8 – 18 volts or an AC adapter Festool includes from the kit. Compatibility across multiple voltages isn’t horribly common at this stage on the game, though it’s not unique. Since Festool’s cordless collection isn’t as deep or widespread as many of the other guys, this is usually a big advantage for users which are on the platform.
Manage Panel
The controls are fairly simple to use. There are 4 stereo preset buttons. Preset 1 doubles like a receive/end call button. Preset 2 is additionally a play/pause button and Preset 3 switches in between Bluetooth pairings. Volume up or down is around the bottom left with the source button in the centre and track skip buttons within the bottom right.
Bluetooth and Auxiliary cord connections are nearly standard on any jobsite radio/speaker now. Festool is up currently with Bluetooth 4. JUST ONE. What isn’t standard can be a radio and I’m gracious the Festool SYSRock comprises of one.
About that The airwaves
The radio feature is definitely nice, but it’s a bit unusual. We expect a minimum of 6 station programming switches, but you’ve only bought 4. In retrospect, I really only take note on 3 stations more often than not, so it’s not an issue to me personally. Other users that as a wider variety of music or have areas with quite a few radio station choices may find that as a slight handicap.
There’s also no AM function. It can evoke AM is on its way to avoid it as a format using its limitation of sound high quality and internet connectivity being virtually everywhere. Still, sometimes AM will be only way I gets the early first pitch during baseball season. In the pinch, I can still approach it from my phone into the SYSRock at the cost of some of my month to month data.

On the beneficial side, the radio connects towards the RDS (Radio Data System) to help pull song data although it’s on. That’s a handy feature once you hear a song you’re not informed about and want to add it in your Spotify playlist.
The range is excellent. It’s hit or miss on a few stations I can usually grab in my vehicle but accumulates most stations just good. 201911ld

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