Bose Soundlink Micro Bluetooth Speaker Puts Big Sound in a Small Place

With the advent of wireless audio there came the presumption that fidelity, resilience and portability would be explored to their fullest potentials. Yet somehow that doesn’t stop the new Bose Soundlink Micro Bluetooth Speaker from feeling like a brilliant achievement. It’s small enough to fit in your pocket, but capable enough to blast wide-reaching, bass-thumping sound of considerable magnitude in every direction. The bite-sized stunner is also waterproof and equipped with a tear-resistant silicone strap. Put simply, you’d be hard-pressed to find the same tier of audio performance from any other speaker of similar size or maybe even the next size up.

To say the Bose Soundlink was designed to handle any terrain would be putting it mildly. Made of silicone rubber and touting decent heft along with a waterproof IPX7 rating, the speaker is impressively rugged. Accordingly, the compact gadget can survive a quick drop in the water or a short drop to the ground alike.

Thanks to features like a custom-designed transducer and silicone passive radiator, the Bose Soundlink audio is downright beefy. Seriously, the speaker is like that short dude at the gym who spontaneously benchpresses more than some muscle-head twice his size. Throw in a respectable battery life and compatibility with the Bose Connect app and you’re looking at the best of power and convenience. Strap the wireless speaker to your bike or throw it in your pocket and go literally anywhere.

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