The Bose Soundlink Micro is a pricey but capable Bluetooth speaker. Some features may not be available for all products. In Stupid Rose, treble clarity drops off during the synth-solo that begins at 2:45. Once you end your call, music playback will resume. When it comes to waterproofing, we wanted to make a speaker that not only performs the first time you get it wet—but every time you get it wet. Visit our website at global.
You get an integrated silicon strap on the back of the speaker and a 52cm charging cable. It immediately synced to my iPhone unlike other brands of bluetooth speakers I have tried. You can see the radiators bounce as music plays. Dell and the Dell logo are trademarks of Dell Inc. The strap on the back keeps it in place and you don't have to worry about it falling off. I mostly use them to listen to ambient and space music, and though I wish I could turn up the high frequencies just a bit, the sound quality is excellent.
You can also set an auto-off timer to preserve battery life, with choices ranging from five minutes to three hours or never. The person on the other end of the phone said I was clear and easy to understand as well. First, because their size means max volume levels are never high enough for outdoor listening. Depending on the volume levels and if you take a few phone calls, it can knock this closer to five hours. Bose has added a cute feature that will even suggest names for the speaker like Moon Boots, The Possum, and Heavy Metal Poet to name a few. With all of this, the most impressive thing about this speaker is the bass. Not responsible for typographical or illustrative errors.
That ratio of charge time to playback time—not great. I was able to adjust the individual volumes on the controls of each speaker to mix them together for best effect. I also use an iPhone 6S and wanted to connect the phone up, too. It earned an above average score of 7 out of 10 in our sound quality testing. Proprietary Bose technology produces loud, clear sound—even outdoors—thanks to its custom-mounted transducer and passive radiators.
The SoundLink Micro weighs only 10. Needless to say, the speaker is going to hold-up just fine in everyday use. 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? When a speaker this small sounds this good, youll never leave it behind. Before linking the speakers, I had to update the Revolve Plus firmware, which took the app about an hour to send to the speaker via Bluetooth. Press the Bluetooth button to hear which device is connected. Have two of these handy? No way to adjust the tone.
Also, despite its size, the Micro actually gets quite loud, certainly enough to fill a college dorm. Normally I would be horrified, but the speaker seems to be made for this kind of abuse. Additionally, the external silicone rubber material—though not officially shock-proof—minimizes vulnerabilities of the speaker and holds up to drops quite nicely. This speaker is designed for ease of use and has on-device power and volume buttons, as well as a multi-function button to control music playback or your smartphone's digital assistant. That said, if all you want is to hear something without fumbling with headphones, the Micro is great. In any event this is a minor issue.
The Micro delivers a natural-sounding response here at modest-to-high volumes. If you wish to answer the call through the SoundLink Micro, simply press the multi-function button to answer the call. That's not a huge price cut -- you're still paying a premium for the Bose name and this speaker's portability -- but it's a welcome move in the right direction. This speaker pairs with devices over Bluetooth 4. When a call comes in, the audio on the SoundLink Micro will pause, and the call will ring through the speaker. And by waterproof, we don't mean that it can merely tolerate getting wet.
The passive radiators can give the bass some oomph, particularly when the speaker is placed on a wooden surface. Bluetooth speakers come in many shapes, but wants to make a splash with a tiny square design that comes in bright orange. I have several Bose products, headphones, bluetooth speakers, etc, so this was a nice compliment to my collection. We have previously compared it to its even-larger cousin, the Revolve+. To secure the speaker, attach it to an object, such as a bicycle handlebar or backpack strap. It features a tear-resistant silicone strap—so you can take it along wherever you go.
The volume control is not obnoxious and the sound quality rocks. Throw it in the ocean; it'll keep on working. This is not as much battery life as for most other high-end Bluetooth speakers; you can go elsewhere for a very. This minimizes surface vibrations while maximizing volume output. Tailor-made for your active lifestyle, this rugged speaker can really handle the rigors of your daily travels — you can even drop it in water! To disable this feature, see page 20. Or switch to Stereo Mode for dedicated left and right playback giving you a full and dynamic surround sound experience.