We rigorously tested our speaker for all kinds of situations. The sound is just so rich and warm that it exudes quality. In my tests the speaker maintained a rock-solid Bluetooth connection and you can wirelessly link it with other Bose SoundLink speakers using the Bose Connect app. The Micro also beefs up the drum loop's sustain a bit, while the sub-bass synth hits that punctuate the beat lack the deep bass you'd hear on a larger system. C'est à la hauteur de la renommé de Bose. The volume helps a lot here, and users need to significantly increase it to hear over passing cars. Access voice control The speaker microphone acts as an extension of the microphone in your mobile device.
Please read our and for more information about the review process. The SoundLink Micro speaker is small, but powerful. It mostly pulls it off. If travel is your main concern, the SoundLink Micro is going to be the better pick. Bose rates the battery life at up to six hours, but your results will vary with your volume levels.
The Good The Bose SoundLink Micro is a pocket-sized Bluetooth speaker that is able to play louder and produce richer and louder sound than competing micro wireless speakers. When pairing a new device, the speaker will provide you with audio prompts, walking you through the process. Currently the Soundlink Micro is available in three colors: orange, midnight blue, or black. Surtout que le volume utilisé, faible face à la capacité de l'enceinte, suffit amplement à emplir la pièce. Verdict As small-scale Bluetooth speakers go, the Bose SoundLink Micro brings mega sound and volume from a diminutive package that has to be heard to be believed. You get an integrated silicon strap on the back of the speaker and a 52cm charging cable.
It's most noticeable when it is on a flat surface since you get those reflections. There are four silicone legs on the bottom as well, which give it a small boost. But they all sound like garbage when it comes to playing music without the benefit of headphones. The Bose engineering under the hood is what makes this speaker special, and a cheaper speaker may look just as good, but pay attention to the sound and you'll see why we keep buying Bose. While running I strap it to the handlebar of the kids' jogger. As with other Bose devices, the controls on the Micro are minimal, but adequate.
Bluetooth works from device to device over a relatively short distance; it is well suited for wireless connections between devices in the same room. The bass comes out of the front and back of the speaker, and on a flat surface, this results in the sound traveling out the bottom. All of this fits into a package that weighs just over 10 ounces and measures roughly 4 x 4 x 1. Bluetooth indicator Shows the connection status of a mobile device. Not only is the Micro speaker impervious to spills, it can also endure full submersion for up to 30 minutes thanks to its. Only much larger speakers were able to produce a better, more well rounded sound in our testing.
The Bose Soundlink Micro packs a lot of Bluetooth speaker into a very small package. With more affordable, comparable models available on the waterproof, Bluetooth speaker market, is the Bose SoundLink Micro an idea worth floating or does it just sink? The battery life is good. If you wish to answer the call through the SoundLink Micro, simply press the multi-function button to answer the call. Depending on the volume levels and if you take a few phone calls, it can knock this closer to five hours. The built-in strap lets you take the SoundLink Micro anywhere.
Taxes, shipping, and other charges are extra and vary. Its soft, rugged exterior protects against dents and scratches, so you dont have to worry if you drop it on the sidewalk or if it lands in the sand. Conclusions The Bose SoundLink Micro is certainly one of the better-sounding speakers we've tested in its size category. The front of the speaker features a Bose logo, playback controls, and a microphone. I was going on vacation for spring break with the family and knew we would be doing some hiking, so I used this as my excuse to buy one. This means that you can use SoundLink Micro in more places and not worry if it gets wet.
Once you end your call, music playback will resume. With a big feature set comes a big price tag as well though. Their sturdy design and water protection make them great outdoor speakers. I don't know the science behind it, but all of my Bose products seem to have a shorter Bluetooth range that most other products. Is it worthy of your cash? So the speaker has a 360° omnidirectional sound, you can put it in the middle of the room and you will get similar sound quality everywhere. Try as you may, that strap knows resilience. The Roll 2 is also slightly heavier at 11.
The sound is also quite impressive for a such a small device, with powerful bass and crisp treble that creates a full bodied sound that is better than many larger speakers. We were all surprised by the sound quality and attainable volume in the outdoors. While on the boat I strap it to a seat cushion so it doesn't bounce into the water. The front panel holds three buttons, located above the perforated grill. Volume The Bose SoundLink Micro earned an average score of 6 out of 10 in our volume testing. It's fully waterproof, has a built-in microphone for speakerphone calls, plus an integrated strap for clipping the speaker onto a bag or other objects. The SoundLink Micro gets just about everything right for a speaker this size, but it seems a tad pricier than it should be.
For that price, you get 10 hours of battery life and just as rugged build quality. Position it correctly, however, and there's plenty of verve to its output. The SoundLink Micro latches on perfectly to a backpack strap. There are lots of other out there, but they tend to sound shrill and have no bass to speak of. When outside the Bose SoundLink Micro is plenty loud enough for personal listening and for a group of friends hanging out on the beach, but if there's a lot of ambient noise it can get drowned out.