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Bose SoundTouch 10 Wireless Speaker
- The smallest one-piece wireless speaker from Bose features delivers room-filling sound
- Works with your Wi-Fi and Bluetooth devices to play music services like Amazon Music, Spotify, Internet radio stations and your stored music library
- Get to your music the easiest way possible—using the powerful app, the intuitive remote or six presets
- Part of a full family of multi-room wireless speakers designed to grow with you.Wireless network compatibility: 802.11 b/g/n
- Ask away. With the new Bose Skill for Alexa you can now enjoy hands-free voice control of your SoundTouch speakers using any Alexa-enabled device – like the Echo Dot Product is older than 12 months.
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- SoundTouch 10 wireless speaker
- Power cable
- Remote control
There is always room for better sound.
Want to fit a lot of sound into any room? Choose the SoundTouch 10 wireless speaker, the smallest wireless speaker from Bose. It fits just about anywhere—it’s the perfect companion for bedrooms and dorm rooms—and delivers full, rich sound that belies its size. It works with your home Wi-Fi or Bluetooth devices to stream millions of songs from music services, Internet radio stations and your stored music library. Streaming the music you love has never been easier.
- Proprietary acoustic design delivers room-filling sound from a compact speaker—perfect for bedrooms, dorm rooms and smaller spaces throughout your home
- Works with your Wi-Fi and Bluetooth devices to stream millions of songs from music services like Pandora and Amazon Music, Internet radio and your stored music library
- Enjoy hands-free voice control of any SoundTouch speaker with any Alexa-enabled device, like the Echo Dot
- Part of a full family of multi-room wireless speakers designed to grow with you. Start with one; add more at any time
- Easy to set up, and easy to control using the SoundTouch app and intuitive remote
Small speaker. Room-filling sound
The smallest wireless speaker from Bose delivers rich, full sound—a perfect companion for bedrooms and dorm rooms.
One speaker for a world of music
Works with your Wi-Fi and Bluetooth devices so you can play just about anything—millions of songs from music services like Pandora and Amazon Music, Internet radio and your own music library.
Alexa, ask Bose
What can you ask? Plenty. With the new Bose Skill, Alexa can turn your speakers on, or off. Play your presets or pause them. Change tracks. Adjust volume. Tell you what’s playing. And even control where it’s playing—from one speaker in your kitchen to all of your speakers, everywhere.
Made to grow with you
SoundTouch is a whole family of multi-room wireless speakers that work together. Start with one speaker, and add more at any time. Listen to the same music in every room or different music in different rooms.
Want to add a little more energy to a party? Try pairing two SoundTouch 10 speakers together and play your music in left/right stereo mode.
Fast, simple control
It’s easy to set up and control your music. Just plug in your speaker, connect to your Wi-Fi or Bluetooth device and control it all with the SoundTouch app and the intuitive remote. And you can find your favorite stations, songs and podcasts faster with six presets.
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|The smallest wireless speaker from Bose delivers rich, full sound||Works with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to deliver music||Works with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to deliver music|
|Works with other SoundTouch speakers||Works with other SoundTouch speakers||Works with other SoundTouch speakers|
|Set up and control your music with the SoundTouch app||Set up and control your music with the SoundTouch app||Set up and control your music with the SoundTouch app|
|Compatible with Alexa-enabled voice control devices||Compatible with Alexa-enabled voice control devices||Compatible with Alexa-enabled voice control devices|
|Save your favorites to six presets||Save your favorites to six presets||Save your favorites to six presets|
|Stereo pairing||Display for time, song and information||Display for time, song and information|
|8.34" H x 5.56" W x 3.43" D (2.89 lbs)||7.4" H x 12.4" W x 4.1" D (7 lbs)||9.7" H x 17.1" W x 7.1" D (18.5 lbs)|
The SoundTouch 10 wireless speaker makes it easy to stream the music you love. It fits just about anywhere (it’s the perfect companion for bedrooms and dorm rooms) and delivers full, rich sound that belies its size. It works with your home Wi-Fi or Bluetooth devices to stream millions of songs from music services, Internet radio stations and your stored music library. What if you want to play a podcast in one room and stream music in another room? Or two? Or three? With SoundTouch, you can build a family of multi-room wireless speakers throughout your home. Start with one and add more later. So you can play the same music in every room, or different music in different rooms. When you want to add more energy to parties and holidays, use the SoundTouch app to pair two SoundTouch 10 speakers for left/right Stereo Mode. And when you want to find your favorite music and podcasts faster, use the six presets on the remote or the speaker itself. Love the Amazon Echo Dot? So does SoundTouch. Just pair your speaker with the Echo Dot and use your voice to play music, get your news, manage smart home devices and more. You can skip right to the fun part, because setting up your SoundTouch couldn’t be easier. Just install the free SoundTouch app on your mobile device, plug in your speaker, connect your device and control it all with the app and an intuitive remote. With the new Bose Skill for Alexa, you can now enjoy hands-free voice control of your SoundTouch speakers using any Alexa-enabled device – like the Echo Dot. It’s easy. Just open the Alexa app. Search “Bose” under the Skills menu. Follow the simple steps. And ask away. COMMON COMMANDS Alexa, ask Bose to play. Alexa, ask Bose to play in the kitchen. Alexa, ask Bose to play everywhere. Alexa, ask Bose to play Preset 1. Alexa, ask Bose what’s playing. Alexa, ask Bose to turn up the volume. Alexa, ask Bose to pause.
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First: the sound from this device is very good, and unless the rooms in your place of use are *really* large, this will provide big sound in most indoor room sizes. Some may find the midrange slightly too bright, but across a range of programming types (from classical to acoustic to hard rock), I found the overall sound clear and pleasing.
The on-device interface and remote control are simple: power, source presets and volume buttons (plus Pandora thumbs up/down buttons on the remote). The face of the SoundTouch also has four subtle LEDs to indicate WiFi, Bluetooth, Aux and overall SoundTouch status.
For users, the complexity is off the device, and appears during set-up and configuration.
What the SoundTouch likes for sources:
-Internet radio via WiFi
-Aux in (wired).
-Some streaming services (Pandora, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Deezer users are good to go. If you use Amazon, Slacker or anything else, the SoundTouch 10 does not currently support those services).
-An extremely limited selection of DLNA services. The Bose support site states that it is not fully DLNA compliant; it recommends WD MyCloud or Synology NAS products, and provides additional instructions for NAS devices from Iomega, Lacie, Netgear and Seagate (but not the Buffalo Systems DLNA NAS that routinely stream music from via other DLNA compliant devices). FWIW, the SoundTouch10 recognized my NAS resident DLNA music library, and streamed the content...but in a semi-intelligible audio output that confirmed the Bose statement of "not fully DLNA compatible". Too bad...
What you'll need to get it playing wireless content:
-If you are configuring the SoundTouch via an Android phone, you'll provide information in the WiFi network you want to connect to and then run through options to add content types. Inexplicably, if you are configuring via a Windows PC, you'll have to briefly connect the SoundTouch via an included USB cable to complete the initial configuration.
If you are streaming via DLNA content via an NAS device, both the NAS and SoundTouch must be connected to the same network. Bluetooth connection was straightforward and quick (for both an Android phone and an Apple iPod Nano (7th generation).
The SoundTouch application is satisfactory, but it has some quirks. Instead of an intuitive tabbed interface or obvious menu icon, many of the advanced functions reside under an "explore" label on the right side of the app that is not particularly intuitive. As you use the application to store sources, you can save up to six preset content streams, which correspond to the buttons on top of the SoundTouch and its included remote.
Interestingly, the application offered options for wired Ethernet network connectivity; presumably this is for SoundTouch models 20/30 that live higher up the Bose food chain.
The device arrives with a quick guide; the full 30-page user guide does not ship with the product, but available at the SoundTouch (.com) support site.
The Bose App allows you to easily name, group, and control these speakers - though the interface could be a little smoother. Trying to play from to a specific group of speakers (say kitchen vs living room) can be a little annoying to set up. Usually you must select a single speaker and then play to all speakers. I'd much rather just have the ability to create speaker groups and then simply select a group to play (much like other smart devices).
The sound quality is really full as the base has a real richness. It is set to full base by default and can be quickly adjusted down to your liking.
I will say, I bought these knowing they will soon produce an Alexa skill (early 2017). So far this has not happened, but I am eagerly waiting!