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Bose SoundLink Colour Bluetooth Speaker - Black £79.95 (RRP £99.95) @ Amazon.co.uk and John Lewis
Bose SoundLink Colour Bluetooth Speaker - Black £79.95 (RRP £99.95) @ Amazon.co.uk and John Lewis

Bose SoundLink Colour Bluetooth Speaker - Black £79.95 (RRP £99.95) @ Amazon.co.uk and John Lewis

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Really good price for a Bose Bluetooth speaker
John Lewis is now same price (for Both Black and White models)
The light, slim design produces deep, realistic sound
• It connects via Bluetooth to devices such as smartphones and tablets (with NFC pairing)
• It guides you through pairing process using easy to follow voice prompts
• The rechargeable lithium-ion battery gives up to 8 hours of play time
• Both UK and EU plugs included

They also have the offer with the official Bose carry case bundle for £89.94

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These have great sound. Bought one last year as was not disappointed.

Have to agree, I was very sceptical about premium brand Bluetooth speakers. After owning a few cheaper brands I got one of these and have been amazed at the quality of sound.

HEAT

The mint colour has been lower I think, £69?

I've owned the best in the range and also this one. I was sceptical whether it would sound anything alike, and it does. great sound.

Mint colour was indeed 69 recently including the case but I missed out - snapped up the Harman Kardon black yesterday for £40 which I believe to have a better bluetooth implementation as well as being able to charge external kit and act as a conf phone.

I saw this in the Bose store on Regent Street last week - nice little unit if that's what you're after.
Edited by: "Sid.Harper" 10th Apr

Sid.Harper

Mint colour was indeed 69 recently including the case but I missed out - … Mint colour was indeed 69 recently including the case but I missed out - snapped up the Harman Kardon black yesterday for £40 which I believe to have a better bluetooth implementation as well as being able to charge external kit and act as a conf phone.I saw this in the Bose store on Regent Street last week - nice little unit if that's what you're after.



Did you receive the Harman Kardon speaker? It seems they are cancelling orders and refunding the money...

dashbi

Did you receive the Harman Kardon speaker? It seems they are cancelling … Did you receive the Harman Kardon speaker? It seems they are cancelling orders and refunding the money...


Not heard anything to the contrary as yet, they've got my money and confirmed the order - I ordered the black one off their website directly and that was before it was posted on HUKD.

Ok. I think those who ordered from eBay are getting the refund maybe.. Not sure. Anyway, hope u get yours (and I get mine too!)

Pay a bit more and get the soundlink mini. Glad I did.

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declanmorrow

Pay a bit more and get the soundlink mini. Glad I did.


aren't they like £149? oO

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mmuw

aren't they like £149? oO


But they do look nice. I'm thinking of the soundtouch 10, as it can do multi-room. was gutted that I missed out on the sound touch wireless that was only £69.99 last week, it would have brought my Denon seperates system up-to-date. (cost me £1250 in 1996)

I cant see anywhere how many watts it is?

mingram

I cant see anywhere how many watts it is?



Agree - even on Amazon questions, owners were unable to locate on the product. It's weird! This or UE Megaboom?

cheers bud. Ordered on Prime Now for £70!

Sid.Harper

Not heard anything to the contrary as yet, they've got my money and … Not heard anything to the contrary as yet, they've got my money and confirmed the order - I ordered the black one off their website directly and that was before it was posted on HUKD.


just refunded

mingram

I cant see anywhere how many watts it is?



​3500 watts from a single AAA battery...
sorry but it's pointless to know this from such portable speaker.

These produce excellent sound, miles better than a Kitsound Hive 2 that I compared it to (although 4 times the cost).

I'm wondering if the Anker a3143 is a better buy, half the cost for almost as good sound from what I can tell, courtesy of Oluv/clavinetjunkie:
switcher.oluvsgadgets.net/?vi…jRc

My local Currys (clacton) had them on clearance for £60. No idea on quantity colour or whether it was the display model. I owned one and was happy with it however my daughter had a jbl charge (i think that was the model it was just below the pulse) and the jbl had the overall edge.

hubcms

My local Currys (clacton) had them on clearance for £60. No idea on … My local Currys (clacton) had them on clearance for £60. No idea on quantity colour or whether it was the display model. I owned one and was happy with it however my daughter had a jbl charge (i think that was the model it was just below the pulse) and the jbl had the overall edge.



I've had both. Picked my Soundlink Color up from local Grainger Games last year for £40, in what appeared to be brand new condition. It is absolutely fabulous in terms of build quality and sound - which is akin to the single-speaker mono radios of old, where they actually sounded good and weren't just built to look nice.

This is the best Bluetooth speaker I've ever owned. I got the JBL Charge ages back in an Amazon Lightning deal and that too is impressive, although I felt this had the edge in terms of form factor and overall reliability. It's nice that the Bose can store multiple devices and switch between them by just tapping the Bluetooth button.

declanmorrow

Pay a bit more and get the soundlink mini. Glad I did.


These have the same internals and speakers from what I can tell, there are some teardowns which shows the innards. But I'd agree the mini soundlink is a very solid metal case, that looks and more importantly sounds great.

mingram

I cant see anywhere how many watts it is?


I don't think Bose list the output power anywhere but seems to recall it's reckoned to be about 12 watts rms in total - now this sounds low, but power output ratings are a minefield, often qouted as PMPO (power max power output) which is usually the theoretical maximum the speaker can achieve for a brief period of time at a given frequency (eg 1 second at 5Khz)

If you can test the unit and hear for yourself, you'll be very surprised how well and loud these perform for such a small size. Never buy speakers/audio gear based on output figures alone.....
Edited by: "spannerzone" 11th Apr

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jocky32000

These have great sound. Bought one last year as was not disappointed.



Is it enough for let it be 20 square meters room to get chill sound?

Fineccl

Is it enough for let it be 20 square meters room to get chill sound?



It has the power for that size of room but using as an air conditioner to cool the room, I suspect it's quite poor
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