I considered this one, but my own personal complaint is the big BOSE tag on the speaker grille. If I already chose a product and paid for it, I don't need to be reminded what it is. The only purpose for that is to advertise Bose's brand for them-lame! Contrast this with Apple; Apple typically designs their kit so the user needn't look at an ?-others might, but not the owner. I don't see an Apple logo on the front of my AppleTV or MacBook, iPhone, or iPad and it seems I won't see one on my ?Watch. It's my personal thing, but I avoid products with conspicuous logos as often as I can.
I see a whacking great ? on the front of my iMac every second I'm using it.
When I listen to music on my B&O at home, I don't stare at the speakers; I listen with my ears.
Perhaps you differ.
I love my B&O, particularly for classical music. Good, neutral sound. Silky strings. I would say the mids are probably the weakest; still, my speakers were the bottom of the range 25 years ago. One day when I'm rich, I’ll splash out on their top of the range.
[email protected] wrote: »
No NFC, really?
Before you part with your cash, try out the Audio Dynamic Pulse or Pulse XB. It has a warmer sound than the Bose, is beautifully made, has a longer battery life (14hr +), kevlar cones, a built-in mic for calls – and costs £69/$79 (I’m assuming that the Mocreao is the US version).
ADX are a tiny company with none of Bose’s advertising/marketing budget, but the Pulse (either version) is a superb bit of kit.
Hi, im very interested interested in how you did this:
One of our primary use cases for the SoundLink Mini is tethered to our Apple TV as a sort of miniature soundbar for the television. In this job too the SoundLink Mini excels, standing head and shoulders above the built-in speakers on our Samsung LED set and adding a pleasing low end to gunfire or explosions.
solipsismy wrote: »
Why would you need NFC?