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Lowest Ever Amazon Price! Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth Speaker - SIlver. £134.96 Delivered @ Amazon. Includes 1 month free Deezer Premium +, then 50% off a 12 month Subscription.
Lowest Ever Amazon Price! Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth Speaker - SIlver. £134.96 Delivered @ Amazon. Includes 1 month free Deezer Premium +, then 50% off a 12 month Subscription.

Lowest Ever Amazon Price! Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth Speaker - SIlver. £134.96 Delivered @ Amazon. Includes 1 month free Deezer Premium +, then 50% off a 12 month Subscription.

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Product Description

About Bose

Dedication to research and excellence has been the Bose approach to better sound since Dr. Amar G. Bose founded the company in 1964. Ever since then, Bose engineers have focused on creating better technology. You'll find that focus exemplified in the Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth speaker.

About The Product

Superior sound that fits in your hand

Experience your music on the run, wherever you are. Enjoy rich, life-like sound from an ultra-compact speaker that is small enough to fit in your palm. The SoundLink Mini Bluetooth speaker connects wirelessly to your tablet, smartphone or other Bluetooth enabled device, so you can listen to your music, games or videos on the go, everywhere you go. Simply grab it and dash.

Play your music wherever you play

At just 0.67 kg, the SoundLink Mini speaker is compact and lightweight enough to fit into your bag. The speaker’s low centre of gravity and sleek profile make it hard to tip over and allow you to place it almost anywhere. Enjoy up to 7 hours of listening time, thanks to a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. There’s even more playtime at home, because the charging cradle allows you to listen to your music while recharging (if your battery is empty it should fully recharge within 3 hours).

Connect via Bluetooth

Experience the sound you want, wire-free, thanks to a Bluetooth range of about nine metres. The speaker easily connects with your iPad, smartphone or other Bluetooth enabled device. Reconnecting is even simpler, because the speaker will remember the 6 most recent devices you've used.

Compact size, great performance

The SoundLink Mini speaker delivers much richer sound than you’d ever expect from such a small speaker, which means you no longer have to trade in performance for portability. An innovative driver configuration and Bose-own technologies marry to deliver full-range sound—including deep lows—in an impressively small package, so you can take your music to places it has never been before.

Stylish design that is simple to operate

With its one-piece aluminium casing, the SoundLink Mini speaker is both attractive and durable. Designed for sleek simplicity, the speaker features buttons for power and volume, and lets you control all the other functions from your Bluetooth device.

Additional features
•Recharge the battery using the charging cradle, which also serves as a convenient home base for your speaker, and allows you to listen while it recharges
•Wall charger can be plugged directly into the speaker or into the cradle
•Auxiliary port allows you to connect other music sources, like an MP3 player
•Perform software updates via the USB port for ongoing compatibility with your Bluetooth device
•Pick a colour to match your style. Soft covers are available separately in orange, green or blue

Deezer + Info:

amazon.co.uk/b/r…8J4

21 Comments

Got one of these and its great, really good sound quality for such a small speaker. I'm yet to hear another portable that comes close

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stuellis

Got one of these and its great, really good sound quality for such a … Got one of these and its great, really good sound quality for such a small speaker. I'm yet to hear another portable that comes close



UE Boom at £99 is better and cheaper.

amazon.co.uk/UE-…oom

I've heard good reviews about the Sony SRS-X3, thinking of purchasing

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speedski

UE Boom at £99 is better and … UE Boom at £99 is better and cheaper.http://www.amazon.co.uk/UE-BOOM-Bluetooth-Wireless-Speaker-Black-Night/dp/B00DZJ9UZE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1418414529&sr=8-1&keywords=ue+boom



Have you got any well known, respected reviews that back this view up, or is it just personal preference?

Cold from me.. got Bayan bluetooth speaker £34 @ Staples today.. yh Bose prob bit better sound but huge price difference.

Get a Sony, 50 quid on Amazon, waterproof and mint quality. Can never go wrong with Sony for audio.

Brilliant price. I've got one of these and it's quite amazing how much base it kicks out. As a comparison I also have a Jawbone mini Jambox and the Bose is in a completely different league.

All I'd say is that you need to hear the Bose to fully appreciate it because otherwise you'll just assume it's like other mini speakers.

It's true that this is an awesome bit of kit and at that price it's a steal. Truly amazing sound from a small box but it is quite heavy, but I suppose that is the trade off for build and sound quality.

Good price for the Bose I'm undecided now.It was between this and the Cambridge Audio G2 or Go. Now I'll have to look at Sony,UE,Bayan etc etc.

I prefer bose over any other for sound quality

bootle buck

Good price for the Bose I'm undecided now.It was between this and the … Good price for the Bose I'm undecided now.It was between this and the Cambridge Audio G2 or Go. Now I'll have to look at Sony,UE,Bayan etc etc.



Apparently the ue boom and flip 2 are close-ish contenders to the Bose.

The Bayan audio and the lower end Sony speakers people are talking about in this thread don't come remotely close in quality. They are just trying to justify their cheaper purchase, and convincing themselves their device is on par performance wise.

why mono???

Foxy

Have you got any well known, respected reviews that back this view up, or … Have you got any well known, respected reviews that back this view up, or is it just personal preference?



Features, beyond the similar sound performance (the Bose is better in some areas, but then again so is the UE boom...)

1. The Bluetooth Range is better on the UE boom
2. Its also splash proof - IPX4 rated no less.
3. Speaker phone option (automatically switches when phone rings while playing music).
4. App allows you to have two in stereo and allows tweaking of the settings to improve sound range.
5. It can also be dropped and still survive (to do that with the Bose Mini would set you back a further £21 for the official rubber skin).
6. The UE Boom has a 15 hr battery life versus the 7 on the Bose (as per their website - although others are reporting up to 10 hrs - seems odd Bose would under report their own device?)
7. The Bose requires a proprietary cable and cradle to charge - the UE boom uses a standard micro USB.
8. People have not had very good service from Bose when the device has issues or failed - Logitech has a very good service reputation (not had to use it thus far on either my Bose or UE Boom).

Lets see..

cnet.com/uk/…/2/

"And the $200, the UE Boom has slightly bigger sound, better battery life, and a built-in speakerphone, as well as being water-resistant and better suited for outdoor use."

"For me personally, I'd have a hard time choosing between this $200 model and the $200 UE Boom, which I think is a bit more versatile and better suited for outdoor use. "

This offer is $212 versus $155 on the current UK pricing - given the price gap the decision wouldn't be hard...

Other review:

tomsguide.com/us/…tml

Edited by: "speedski" 12th Dec 2014

tomekh

why mono???


It's got two speakers in it, it's stereo albeit in a very small case but would be great if you could hook two up for true stereo pairing, although it would cost a bleedin' fortune
Edited by: "spannerzone" 12th Dec 2014

not as hot as sonos 1 sorry

Original Poster

rodman

not as hot as sonos 1 sorry

You're forgiven......

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declanmorrow

I've heard good reviews about the Sony SRS-X3, thinking of purchasing



I was going to get the BOSE and saw the Sony for £69 in John Lewis today. the BOSE pips it in terms of sound quality but it's half the price. Hmmmmm

I spent an hour listening to several of these in currys this morning and my opinion is

listened to the Bose sound link mini first and it sounded great but then I listened to the Sony SRS x5 and the mid range is so much more punchy and the bass is far more musical but then it is twice the size if the Bose.

I then tried the Sony SRS x3 and WoW ... it was total rubbish. it sounded tinny and so thin compared to the Bose it was incredible. I have a wired mini speaker that I think came from poundland or home bargains that sounds far far better than the x3. the best comparison I could make is AM vs FM.

I then tried the Beats Pill and my goodness it was even worse than the x3 lol


I then tried the Bose SL III but I was running out if time, it was certainly good but I would like to have listened to the (slightly) smaller Sony SRS x 5 again to compare it.

I wanted to buy the Bose Sound link Mini hence the reason for looking at this deal but the Sony X5 is so much better for less money. However I don't think I would use it as much as I thought I could stick the Bose in the glove box of the car and use it if I am staying in a hotel overnight or take it on holidays but the Sony is just getting a little too big for a small piece of hand luggage that's already pretty full usually and also its more fragile than the Bose.

more thinking required but the price is good in this deal so definitely hot.

declanmorrow

I've heard good reviews about the Sony SRS-X3, thinking of purchasing



Despite the above opinion I have one and highly recommend it.
Great sound quality and charges using micro USB.
£69 from Tesco (and if you don't like it it can be returned)
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