Lifestyle audio solution provider, Bose has introduced the ‘SoundLink’ wireless mobile speaker, a portable speaker that connects wirelessly to any Bluetooth enabled mobile phone or tablet and allows the user to play out loud and clear music anywhere.
This sound system offer full audio experience while the size of the device is small enough to be carried inside a backpack. The SoundLink’s audio is complemented with Bose digital signal processing algorithms, to reproduce instrument definition and detail at any volume.
“People want to listen to their music everywhere,” said John Roselli, director Bose product marketing. “And millions of consumers already own Bluetooth enabled devices like the iPhone, iPad and Android phones that can store thousands of songs. But there hasn’t been a way to experience that content like the SoundLink wireless mobile speaker provides. With no wires or docking needed, its magic becomes evident the first time you hold it, and the first time you hear it.”
The SoundLink mobile speaker features Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) and a powerful antenna for a reliable wireless Bluetooth audio connection. Pairing takes moments, and wirelessly connecting to a smartphone or tablet is as easy as pressing one button on the speaker’s control panel. The six most recently used Bluetooth devices are stored in memory, eliminating the need to pair again.
The SoundLink speaker system is built to withstand the rigors daily use and has been tested for continuous performance and is made to resist extreme conditions and elements including salt-fog, sand, wind, and moisture. And using end-caps made from automotive-grade chrome, it will survive being dropped several times as well.
The SoundLink wireless mobile speaker comes with a standard trim level and a dark grey Cordura nylon cover for $299.95 (Rs 14,177), or in the LX model, with a premium trim level and a dark brown leather cover for $349.95 (Rs 16,540). The SoundLink Wireless Mobile speaker is available from Bose and some authorised dealers.