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The Bose SoundLink Bluetooth Speaker III is the company’s third iteration of its popular lightweight speaker for wireless audio.

While the new SoundLink III Speaker looks like the previous two generations, it plays louder, has a longer battery life and sounds better.

In contrast with the previous SoundLink Mobile Speakers which offered around 8 hours of battery life on a single charge, Bose Product Development decided to offer approximately 20 hours. The new version includes a 14-hour battery life, doubling the advertised playtime.

Previous models of the Bose SoundLink speaker had an integrated cover that could change into a stand. However, with the SoundLink III model, there is no integrated cover and instead it can be purchased separately for $34.95 in a variety of colors. The speakers I listed above come with varying protection levels, and you won’t be able to get any more for the ones that don’t offer it.

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Introduction …………………………………………………………………………………………..3
Audio Quality Overview ………………………………………………………………………….5
Speaker Design and Controls ……………………………………………………………..7
Connectivity and Power, Audio Signal Formats/Supported Computers ….13
Conclusion …………………………………………………………………………………………… 14

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Design and Features

I like the way that the first SoundLink Bluetooth speakers had covers that could be used as stands and liked the earphone jack on top of the speaker. bose hasn’t changed much about how this new model looks, but it has sloped out its edges and added a flat base (in earlier models, there was an angle to the bottom cover

It’s rather pricey at $300, though it looks and feels as though you are buying a high-quality product.

If you use the speaker indoors rather than moving it around a lot, there’s probably no need for the optional cover. But if you plan to take it outdoors, such as on your patio or by your pool, the cover can be beneficial and is nicely designed with a zipper to make putting it on and off easier (the Mini’s cover is hard

The SoundLink Bluetooth Speaker (3rd Generation) is now available in an optional cover for $34.95, which will come in different colors.

The pairing process was smooth and the speaker remembers your device for future use (it will automatically pair with your Bluetooth enabled devices each time you turn it on).

For better or worse, you do not get much in the form of features. The speaker has some on-board buttons for controlling volume, muting the sound, turning to auxiliary input (no cable included nevertheless; you can hook up non-Bluetooth devices to the speaker in this manner). There is no pause/play button or transport controls (skip forward/back) on the speaker and it generally does not come with a remote so you need to use your Bluetooth device to regulate everything. Many people appreciate having a pause/play button on the speaker.

Previously, Bose has not included such features as an integrated speakerphone for these models. Personally, I don’t see any use for near-field communication support in this type of product. Unfortunately, the aptX codec doesn t seem to matter with a speaker this small. Plus, there is no audio jack for plugging in an auxiliary cable. Still many customers appreciate its speakerphone capabilities. I also enjoy the USB charging port on these speakers (using its battery power to charge your devices).

The charging situation can likewise be a difficulty. In like manner to its forerunner, this form utilizes an AC auxiliary for charging. There is a Micro-USB port on the trunk, but it’s fundamentally for future firmware updates, not charging. The downside to using the AC adapter for charging this speaker is that it requires carrying the cord around with you at all times and if you happen to lose it, you will need a new one instead of being able to charge with a common micro-USB cable.

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Performance

One of the new features on the speaker is a Digital Signal Processing algorithm, which creates what Bose claims are unmatched bass and highs. It also has four neodymium transducers and dual-opposing passive radiators that match up well to create louder sound than its predecessor without compromising quality.

Conclusion

The Bose SoundLink Bluetooth Speaker III is now in competition with a wide variety of other lightweight Bluetooth speakers. Though it was a standout when the first version came out in 2011, it’s tougher to differentiate these days. This speaker has a few drawbacks, but it still sounds excellent and stands up to the abuse of on-the-go audiophiles.

Though it isn’t perfect, the Bose SoundLink IIIII Bluetooth Speaker is a solid contender when you want to invest in a quality speaker. Audiophiles may not be impressed by the sound from this small speaker, but it produces a great quality sound for consumer use.

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