- Brand Name: Bose
- Model Number: 359037-1300
- Hardware Platform: Playstation
- Battery Average Life: 7 Hours
- Item Display Weight: 1.00 pounds
Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth Speaker (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Advanced audio performance delivers a full-range listening experience
- The most compact speaker from Bose easily goes where you go
- Wirelessly connects to your Bluetooth device
- Rechargeable battery plays up to 7 hours
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From the Manufacturer
Bose® SoundLink® Mini Bluetooth® Speaker
Ultra-compact. Wireless. Better sound.
Enjoy your music on the go, everywhere you go. The SoundLink Mini Bluetooth speaker delivers full, natural sound from an ultra-compact speaker that fits in the palm of your hand. It connects wirelessly to your smartphone, tablet or other Bluetooth device, so you can listen to your music, videos or games anytime, anywhere. Just grab it and go.
Plays where you play
The SoundLink Mini speaker is small and light enough to tuck into your bag. It weighs in at just 1.5 pounds. Its low profile lets you place it almost anywhere and provides a low center of gravity that makes it nearly impossible to tip over.
The rechargeable lithium-ion battery delivers up to 7 hours of playtime. And at home, you can listen even longer-—the charging cradle lets you listen while it charges. An empty battery usually fully recharges in three hours.
The speaker has a range of about 30 feet, so you can enjoy the sound you want without wires. It pairs easily with your smartphone, iPad or other Bluetooth devices. And it remembers the most recent six devices you've used, so reconnecting is even simpler.
Big performance, small size
You might not expect sound this rich from a speaker this small, but the SoundLink Mini speaker is something new. You don't have to sacrifice performance for portability. Proprietary technologies and an innovative driver configuration combine to deliver full-range sound—-including deep lows-—in an ultra-compact package. It lets you take your music to places it's never been before.
Easy operation, elegant design
The SoundLink Mini speaker is designed for sleek simplicity. Its single-piece aluminum casing is both attractive and durable. The speaker features power and volume buttons—-you control all other functions from your Bluetooth device.
- Charging cradle recharges the battery and serves as a convenient home base for your speaker, and it lets you play while it charges.
- Wall charger can be plugged into the cradle or directly into the speaker.
- Auxilary port lets you connect other audio sources, like an MP3 player.
- USB port allows for software update to ensure ongoing Bluetooth device compatibility.
|Speaker dimensions||2.0"H x 7.1"W x 2.3"D|
|Speaker weight||1.5 pounds|
|Shipping weight||2.76 pounds|
What's in the box
- SoundLink Mini Bluetooth speaker
- Charging cradle
- Wall charger/power supply
Top Customer Reviews
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The first impression you get when you take the SoundLink Mini out of the box is how substantial it feels. It weighs 1.5 pounds and has heft. When you place it on a table or on the charging cradle, it is stable and does not wobble. The enclosure is solid aluminum. Its got a matte finish to it and there is a row of rubberized buttons on the top. The front and back grills are metal.
Weight 1.5 pounds
Dimensions 2.3 x 7.1 x 2 inches
Battery: 7.4V, 2330mAh, 17Wh, Li-ion battery (battery is user replaceable)
AC Adapter: 100-240V, 50/60Hz
On the right side of the speaker (as you look at it) are a 3.5mm AUX-in port and a DC input for the AC Adapter. The AC adapter is thin in design and has a clever folding plug that makes this a cinch to throw in a bag or suitcase when traveling. The generously long cord length of 62" means you have a little more flexibility in where you can put the charging cradle.Read more ›
I purchased both speakers because I wanted to see which one sounded the best because even though I was initially attracted to the small size of the Mini, I figured I'd keep the II and spend the extra hundred bucks if it sounded better overall. After testing the two, the Soundlink II is headed back to Bose. I actually ended up getting the II first because the Mini was backordered everywhere at the time.
I don't even know how to explain it to you but the Mini actually sounds better than the II and it is 1/3rd the size. This makes no sense to me because the II has four drivers and two larger radiators and the mini has two drivers and two smaller radiators.
When I played the Soundlink II, the first thing that came to my mind was that somehow this speaker was lacking in more than a few ways. The bass was weak, it sounded rather flat, it wasn't as loud as I was expecting it to be (yes, I pressed the volume button on the speaker till I saw the flashing light which means it's on max), and it had absolutely no stereo separation because you could easily pinpoint which direction the sound was coming from even at louder volumes. Honestly, I'd be embarrassed to turn the Soundlink II up during a party with a group of friends because I know it wouldn't allow us to "feel the music" because the sound has no depth.Read more ›
It sounds incredible with full range output, wonderful bass response and clear/crisp articulate high end...all wireless via Bluetooth. It is beautifully designed with a lot of heft and weight, nice touch buttons on the top with led based indicators for power, bluetooth and Aux input. Nice to have visual indicators as to what's going on
The unit paired with both my MacBook Pro and iPad in an instant and was cranking out tunes immediately. I have the unit on my desk and it is WAY loud enough for personal listening and if I want to walk around the room I can crank it plenty loud. Does it sound like a large full range speaker set up...no. Does it provide really high quality personal listening with an ease of use factor that's off the charts...absolutely. I also have a small Jambox and its night and day and my in store tests with the large Jambox left me cold...the big Jambox is BIG and IM is kind of ugly (fwiw).
Bose was also smart enough to include an Aux input which is a great feature for me so I can plug one of my instruments or my guitar into my iPad then directly into the Bose without any delay for recording. Lastly the AC adapter is small, flat with folding prongs that go into the wall...nice! For me this is in a way a life changing device for its convenience, size, quality, features and flexibility. Without a question of a doubt worth every penny and more.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm partial to Bose speakers and this little guy fills a relatively large space with a depth and volume of sound you'd expect from speakers 3x or 4x the size. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Angela D.
The sound is great, but the battery started dying on me after 1.5yearsPublished 2 days ago by Hernan Rajchert
Love this speaker. Bought my first one from Bose outlet. The one I bought from Amazon had a dead battery within the year. It's going to cost me $80 to replace. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Lloraine B. Cowden
Bought is as a prize. Winner said he is amazed by the quality of this speaker.Published 3 days ago by Tom Sawyer
I have had this product for a year or two now, it sounds great as long as it's plugged in. The battery didn't work after like 9 months no matter how long it's charged. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Chrallin19
easy to use. the usual incredible bose sound. We use it when we eat out on the deck. streams pandora from my laptop through the kitchen window. works like a charm.Published 9 days ago by John R