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|28th November 2013, 01:30 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2005
Location: D-55629 Schwarzerden
Most ultimate Bluetooth Speaker: Bose's small sized "Soundlink Mini"
Until know I don't know a speaker with better sound refered to the size.
JBL - also a very large speaker manufacturer - sounds absolutely unacceptable by their models "Flip" and "Charge" (you will think, only a tweeter is in use without bass and midrange). Why sounds JBL so bad?
This video don't provide an answer:
Here some test reviews and informations:
Erste Eindrücke zum Bose Soundlink Mini, Mobiles Hifi / iPod / MP3 Player - HIFI-FORUM (Seite 3)
Testbericht :: Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth Lautsprecher - Stradivari oder Schnurregige
Audiotest Bose Soundlink Mini vs. Soundlink II - YouTube
Bose Soundlink Mini vs. Big Jambox - YouTube
Bose Soundlink Mini vs. JBL Charge - YouTube
Bose SoundLink Mini: Neuer kleiner Bluetooth-Lautsprecher (Hands-On) - Engadget German
Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth speaker review India Market Price
Bose Shakes Up Wireless Speakers With SoundLink Mini
Bose SoundLink Mini and QuietComfort 20: True Audio Breakthroughs
Bose QuietComfort 20: Noise-Canceling Engineered to Fit Your Ear Holes
???????Bose SoundLink Mini ???? - ?? - Chiphell - ?????????????? - Powered by Discuz!
Who can upload the detailled schematic from the bluetooth receiver, operating part, charger and Class-D amp ??
Speaker chassis and passive radiator looks interesting.
Last edited by tiefbassuebertr; 28th November 2013 at 01:41 PM.
|28th June 2015, 04:54 PM||#4|
Join Date: Jun 2006
Happen to have one for a short moment then gave it away to the in-laws as they wanted something very portable and decent sounding for their everyday morning walk. Personally I never liked the sound as it seemingly tries overly hard pretending something bigger by boosting certain part of high bass perhaps, heavily colouring the sound. I would say one can be amazed by its sound for it size, but not by its sound itself.
A bigger and heavier similar product I used to have for a short moment too is Sound Blaster Roar. It's less expensive, and better sounding IMHO, but not as portable as the Bose Soundlink Mini. My son snatched it for his desktop playback device.
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