DJ Stream

Join your friends as DJ's at your next party with the Polk Camden Square or Hampden Bluetooth speakers. Add songs to the group playlist, share your music, and earn DJ Points. There's no better way to listen to music at your next party.

F.A.Q.

Q:
What's the best way to get started?
A:
Connect to your Camden Square Bluetooth speaker, use DJ Stream to Host a Party, add some songs to your playlist, and then invite your friends to connect to the speaker and Join the Party! Then they can add songs to the playlist. Then sit back and listen to the great music.
Q:
How many people can join a DJ Stream party?
A:
There can be a total of 128 users in a party, however only four users can be taking turns streaming to the speaker at once.
Q:
Do I need to be connected to a Wi-Fi network to use DJ Stream?
A:
Having a Wi-Fi connection can certainly help maintain a good internet connection (which is required), but DJ Stream will also work on your carrier’s cellular network.
Q:
Will using DJ Stream use lots of cellular data?
A:
We have found that the data usage of the DJ Stream App is fairly low.
Q:
Can I use DJ Stream with any Bluetooth speaker?
A:
For now you can only use DJ Stream with a Polk Camden Square speaker, but we expect to add more DJ Stream compatible Bluetooth speakers to our product line very soon.
Q:
How many parties can I join at a time?
A:
Sorry, for liability reasons we are only allowed to support one party at a time.
Q:
What platforms are supported?
A:
DJ Stream is currently available for iOS (6.0 or higher) and Android (4.0 or higher) devices.
Q:
How do I know if there are any open DJ spots available?
A:
The icon in the upper right corner of the Now Playing screen has four dots. If all four dots are lit green, then there are no spots available.
Q:
What happens if I receive a phone call when I am playing a song?
A:
You can answer it, but your song will be stopped and the next song will begin. Or you can decline the call and let your song continue to rock the party.
Q:
Why can’t I use the transport buttons on the Camden Square speaker when in a DJ Stream party?
A:
Because we purposefully take this feature away during a party. It could lead to possible fighting, which of course would make us very sad.
Q:
What does “Pending DJ” mean?
A:
This means that you either do not have a connection to the internet or that you do not have a Bluetooth connection to the Camden Square speaker. In this case you are still able to create and edit your playlist, but your songs will not play.
Q:
Can I play music stored in the cloud?
A:
Currently DJ Stream only supports content stored locally on your device.
Q:
How can I pause the current song or skip to the next song?
A:
Ask the host of the party in the kindest words possible.
Q:
How do I see what songs are going to be played next?
A:
The DJ List screen will show you the current DJs and what song is next on their playlist. You can view individual DJ playlists by visiting their profile page.
Q:
Why do I sometimes lose my connection?
A:
If you get too far away from the Camden Square speaker you may be disconnected. You may also lose your connection if any system sounds are played from your device. For this reason we highly recommend that you silence your phone or tablet and turn off keyboard clicks (see your device's manual for further instructions).
Q:
Why doesn’t my song ever play?
A:
If you background the DJ Stream App with an iOS device then you cannot play your song. For this reason we recommend that you stay in the App as much as possible.
Q:
Can I use other applications while in a DJ Stream party?
A:
Yes you can, but doing so may result in your songs being skipped or in you losing your connection. Please proceed with care.
Q:
How can I receive more points for the songs I select?
A:
Well, this is obvious – pick good songs! Getting more “Thumbs Up” votes directly correlates to more points. When you reach certain levels, each “Thumbs Up” vote is worth more points.
Q:
What can I do with the DJ points I receive?
A:
Take pride. Brag. Ask the Host for extra food and beverage. In the future we expect to give you more ways to use your points.
Q:
What is the most points I can receive for a song?
A:
Our mathematicians have calculated that one can receive 4,480 points for a song. But this is only a theoretical calculation – we have never seen it actually occur in nature.