The Bose SoundLink Wireless Mobile Speaker Will Take Your Music Anywhere You Go

BY KATHY JENKINS
POSTED MARCH 9, 2012
If you have tunes on your mobile phone, you can share it using the Bose SoundLink Wireless Mobile Speaker - Nylon. It's mobile and it works wirelessly with your tablet, notebook computer, Android, Blackberry or iPhone. After you set up your Bluetooth device with your speakers, you can play your tunes immediately. The speaker possesses memory for up to six Bluetooth devices and is capable of playing both your own music files or music from streaming services such as Pandora or Rhapsody.

The Bose Soundlink is a well developed audio speaker system but a bit hefty for portable speakers. The overall quality of sound is pretty good though you need to hear it yourself. It comes with an integrated cover that could also be used as a speaker stand. When the cover is closed up, the speakers automatically turn off. Superior quality is exuded by the speaker with its appearance and feel, but the sound isn't spectacular according to several reviewers.

These speaker systems are samples of Bose quality bass sound. These small speakers pack a whole lot of sound and deep bass. The only way for you to tell how you feel concerning the sound quality would be to listen to it and compare it to other brands. Although Bose is exceptional, you may find particular speakers from other brands to be a lot better than the Bose Soundlink. Audio quality is definitely a personal preference.

It does not come with a remote control, but that really should not be a concern, as you can control everything on an iPhone, if that is what you are using. By using the phone you could control the loudness, along with changing the selection of the song, pausing and stopping. The speaker doesn't have any adjustment for tone, so any changes needing to be made, must be made on the device paired to the Soundlink. It includes a mini-plug cable, which enables you to hook up an auxiliary device. It is possible to attach an mp3 player, or other devices that have no bluetooth. The battery life is about 3 to 6 hours based on how loud the audio is.

The Bose SoundLink Wireless Mobile Speaker - Nylon is great if you need a solid speaker system that can be connected wirelessly. You definitely should compare other similar systems for cost, and listen for the audio quality. You may find a cheaper brand that even sounds much better. Avoid being swayed by other views or fancy commercials, do your research before you actually buy.
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