I would love to test the Flare. Honestly I'd love to test both the flare and the Motion Q. My testing would include the following:
I would use as a sound source for my projector. We all know that the sound out of projectors isnt the greatest. I'm hoping that connecting either the Flare or the Motion Q as the sound output while projecting movies, sports, video games, etc that the sound will come out strong enough to provide and enjoyable viewing experience.
I am an avid shooter. I go out in the desert and shoot. I record video out of my phone, but also drone, and gopros. I like to review the video. Sound plays an important part in reviewing the video. Listening for the trigger reset/break sound helps with critiquing shooting techniques. The ability to stream sound through the speakers will help with the reviewing process. Also, when taking a break from shooting to listen to music or podcasts help. Being in the desert, we are exposed to sun, dust, extreme temperatures... this would be an excellent torture test.
Who doesnt like to listen to music when they shower? I know I do. I like to listen to music when I get ready after a shower. The moisture factor from a hot shower will be a test to the durability of the speaker. Bass and clarity are big for me. I am hoping that the sound quality will be up to par with expensive beats, sonos, Bose speakers.
I like to travel with my speaker, so I will be testing its portability as well as battery life with different scenarios whether connected via bluetooth or via aux cord.
I love anker products. I have power banks, bluetooth speakers, and I have the ROAV C1 in my jeep. I'm hoping to be able to take part in improving and helping develop quality products that I would enjoy using as well as recommending.