Bose’s new rugged Bluetooth speaker floats on the water

Just in time for the holiday season Bose We have released a new portable Bluetooth speaker designed for both powerful audio performance and durability. NS SoundLink Flex Since it complies with the IP67 standard, it is waterproof, dustproof, and dustproof, and when the speaker is dropped into water, it floats on the surface of the water (however, in the bathtub or ocean).

According to Bose, the silicon rear and powder-coated steel grille need to protect the speaker from drops and collisions. The company also claims that the device is resistant to UV and corrosion and will not come off or come off.

But it’s not just the apparent toughness of the speaker that makes it interesting. Bose says SoundLink Flex is packed with features that “provide incredible audio performance.” Custom transducers claim to provide maximum audio clarity and “bass that can be felt in the chest.” The SoundLink Flex also has dual opposed passive radiator and Bose digital signal processing technology that requires minimal distortion.


The speaker can detect its orientation and adjust the audio output accordingly. This optimizes the sound even when hanging horizontally, vertically, or from a utility loop. This is the company’s first Bluetooth speaker that uses this BosePositionIQ technology.

The SoundLink Flex can store up to eight Bluetooth connections, so you can easily switch from one device to another. You can use the Bose Connect app to adjust settings, control the voice assistant on your phone, and make calls using your speaker’s microphone.

You can pair a second Bose Bluetooth speaker for stereo or simultaneous playback. SoundLink Flex can be connected to other Bose speakers. Soundbar As part of a home audio system. According to Bose, it can play for up to 12 hours on a single charge and can charge a lithium-ion battery with a USB-C cable.

The SoundLink Flex is just under 8 inches wide, 2.1 inches deep and 3.6 inches high. It weighs just over a pound and is available in black, white smoke, or stone blue.Speaker cost $ 149 Available today on the Bose website.

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