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Bose SoundLink Wireless Mobile speaker

September 29, 2011 by  
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Well built, small and powerful, so why doesn’t the new Bose SoundLink Mobile Speaker quite work?

Bose SoundLink Wireless Mobile speaker

Search Google for the term ‘mobile speaker’ and more than three million results will be returned.  There are few more competitive sectors and, for the potential buyer, few more chaotic. Almost every manufacturer has had a go by now offering a plethora of products in different sizes, form factors and price points. Bose is late on the scene, but – being Bose – has added yet another new twist on the sector…
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The ‘SoundLink Wireless Mobile speaker’ was announced earlier this month to a great deal of fanfare. The SoundDock Portable has been the company’s long serving iPhone dock for those who like their music on the move, but the SoundLink is significantly smaller, lighter and cheaper. For those lusting after a Bose system it presents a new low entry point. 

How much smaller, lighter and cheaper? The SoundLink measures 244 x 130 x 48mm and weighs 1.3Kg verses the SoundDock’s 307 x 175 x 103mm and 2.37Kg. It is also £90 less expensive. It’s a positive start and seems to fill a hole in Bose’s product range. So what do you get? Bose is typically hush hush about the technology inside the SoundLink giving no performance specs whatsoever.
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To quote the company: “It combines four low-profile neodymium transducers for clear high- and mid-frequencies, with new dual-opposing passive radiators – designed with a patented waffle-shaped surround – for rich, deep, low notes. With the radiators placed in an opposing fashion, vibration is eliminated, turning the energy into acoustic power. The speaker’s audio package is complemented with sophisticated electronics, including Bose digital signal processing algorithms, to reproduce instrument definition and detail at any volume.” That’s your lot. Less ambiguous are the SoundLink’s other attributes… Continue Reading

 

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