Excerpt: Suppose to be the best on the market. Disappointed on the sound quality and has no good bass sound. I expected more from Bose. Had only for two weeks and seriously thinking about returning it for a refund.
Pros: Pros, Compact, Durable, Easy to set up, Lightweight
Really impressed with the Bose Soundlink Mini bluetooth speaker
5 December 2013
Excerpt: My eardrums are currently being thoroughly attended to, serviced by the Bose Soundlink Mini bluetooth speaker . It's a nifty little, portable speaker--a handsome little guy, by the way, that cooperates quite well and plays well with other devices.
Conclusion: . Two hundred bucks is a lot of cash to spend on a portable speaker, but the SoundLink Mini delivers sound quality and a level of finish to match its price. It’s sturdy, small, and makes for a great listening experience, despite a few small drawbacks.
Pros: Sturdy build quality. Rechargeable battery. Extremely portable. Pairs with up to six devices at the same time.
Cons: No speakerphone support. Doesn’t charge via USB.
Excerpt: Thinking back to my college days, wow that sounds old, we always wanted to have music wherever we were. In order to hang out in front of the dorm, we had to get an extension cord to bring out a boom box.
Conclusion: The portable Bluetooth-powered Bose SoundLink Wireless Mobile Speaker features more powerful audio than you?d expect from its small, well-designed frame, and it integrates a cool cover that doubles as a stand.
Pros: Strong audio performance. Portable and built with sturdy materials. Clever design uses protective cover as a stand when speaker is in use. Can wirelessly stream music from virtually any compatible Bluetooth device?not just iPhones, iPods, and iPads.
Cons: Expensive for a portable speaker system. Song beginnings get clipped when skipping or un-pausing. Not for audiophiles.
Excerpt: In what world would you expect a lot from a small speaker that boasts of Bluetooth capabilities? Well, you can, and you should, if you live in the same world as Bose! This tiny speaker with a truly long name does have a very impressive feature set. How does that translate into real life performance?