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Bose soundlink wireless speaker black just £64.99 @ currys
Bose soundlink wireless speaker black just £64.99 @ currys

Bose soundlink wireless speaker black just £64.99 @ currys

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Bose soundlink wireless speaker black or white just £64.99 at currys with free c and c.
Features include:
Bluetooth
Aux in & USB
Up to 7 hours of battery life

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It's £65 everywhere now I think

This 5v charge?

I want the best speaker at 5v for camping. As my solar panels only 5v and tamping it up to 13v would lose too much juice, I think.

Camping at a festival, is a very good solar panel I have but background noise is high so unsure which 5v speaker set to take. Aux or bt, but bt is fairly good these days for battery usage so shouldn't matter much.

rvcshart

This 5v charge?I want the best speaker at 5v for camping. As my solar … This 5v charge?I want the best speaker at 5v for camping. As my solar panels only 5v and tamping it up to 13v would lose too much juice, I think.Camping at a festival, is a very good solar panel I have but background noise is high so unsure which 5v speaker set to take. Aux or bt, but bt is fairly good these days for battery usage so shouldn't matter much.


Better to set your solar panels to charge a portable battery and have the battery recharge the speaker as and when?

Thanks for posting, not going to buy, but hot from me.

unuspromulti

Better to set your solar panels to charge a portable battery and have the … Better to set your solar panels to charge a portable battery and have the battery recharge the speaker as and when?



Aye that's what i do.

But I meant the best speaker that charges via 5v usb. Nearly bought the silvercrest one but turned out to be 12v charger sadly. Which is a shame as for the price that thing was very nice.

rvcshart

This 5v charge?I want the best speaker at 5v for camping. As my solar … This 5v charge?I want the best speaker at 5v for camping. As my solar panels only 5v and tamping it up to 13v would lose too much juice, I think.Camping at a festival, is a very good solar panel I have but background noise is high so unsure which 5v speaker set to take. Aux or bt, but bt is fairly good these days for battery usage so shouldn't matter much.


By sheer coincidence I purchased the white version of this speaker this morning from Argos (£64.99). On the bottom of the speaker it clearly states 5v --- 1.0A Hope that helps.

mgb20

By sheer coincidence I purchased the white version of this speaker this … By sheer coincidence I purchased the white version of this speaker this morning from Argos (£64.99). On the bottom of the speaker it clearly states 5v --- 1.0A Hope that helps.



Does, greatly. Thanks.
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