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Bose - SoundLink Wireless Mobile Speaker

This Bose® SoundLink® Wireless Mobile Speaker features Bluetooth® technology which allows you to connect wirelessly to your mobile phone or any Bluetooth device. With up to 8 hours of playing time on a single charge, the Bose® SoundLink® Wireless Mobile Speaker can produce sound from up to 30 feet away from the Bluetooth signal. The Bose® SoundLink® Wireless Mobile Speaker not only has a sleek design with a compact size, but it's easy to transport and comes with a protective nylon cover that also turns into a stand.
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Difference on SoundLink Wireless Mobile Speaker and SoundLink Wireless Mobile SpeakerII???

Hello, I just noticed this and want to know which are the differences between them and if there's a better acoustic in the SoundLink Wireless Mobile Speaker1 or SoundLink Wireless Mobile Speaker2.
Which one should I get and why?
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Thank you for your question. Along with an updated battery LED indicator and integrated bi-fold protective cover, the SoundLink Bluetooth Mobile Series II speaker also includes improved acoustics compared to the original SoundLink Mobile speaker. We hope this helps!
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If running a speaker Left & speaker Right out of an airport base Station will one Bose Soundlink play right speaker one play left

Would this method or approach emulate somewhat of a surround sound by running a cable (right Speaker) using the auxiliary input to one Soundlink wireless mobile speaker and doing the same with a second Soundlink wireless mobile speaker (left speaker) auxiliary input. With a couple of Soundlink bose products configured this way will i get full stereo sound in my home gym while giving me the flexibility running of picking one or both of these up and using them differently in a mobile setting somewhere else?
1 year ago
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This type of setup is possible by using a splitter between your source and the SoundLink Mobile speakers. We’ve attached a recommendation of a splitter that would suit your needs.

Although both SoundLink speakers will play at the same time, the sound reproduced is not technically true stereo. Additionally, their volumes will need to controls will need to be set independently of each other.

If you’d like more information on how to achieve this setup, our technical support team can assist further. They can be reached at 1-800-380-4831. Thanks!
 
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1 year ago
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Can u run two bose soundlink wireless mobile speakers at time? One in the house and one on the deck, hooked up to the same music?

1 year ago
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No, bose does not offer that feature.. wish they did cause I would buy 3 or 4 of these puppies and have some serious surround sound goin on..

If you really want to sync multiple speakers up, the UE Boom or the Sonos bluetooth speakers are the way to go. Pricey though..
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No, bluetooth devices won't be able to pair with more than one object at a time with the same function. So you could have 1 speaker and 1 keyboard and 1 headset for a device, but no more than one device for a specific function.
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Battery

The Battery on my Soundlink will not fully charge? Is there an easy fix or does it need a new battery? If so, who sells a battery for it?
1 year, 1 month ago
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We’re sorry to hear that! Please contact our technical support team who can assist. They can be reached at 1-800-380-4831 and are available 8:30am-10:00pm M-F, 9am-7:00pm Sat EST. Thank you.
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How can I connect this to FM Radio on my cellphone?

Hi. One of the primary reasons I wanted to buy a portable bluetooth speaker was to be able to listen to FM radio is my bedroom. However, I find that when I connect the speaker to my cellphone via bluetooth and try to play the FM radio, it only plays it via the headset and doesn't transfer the control over to the bluetooth speaker. Am I stuck here or is there any way I can actually play the FM radio on my bluetooth speaker headset.
1 year, 1 month ago
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Hi there!

For assistance with setup or troubleshooting on products please contact our technical support group at 877-210-3782. They are open Mon-Fri from 8:30 AM to 9:00 PM EST and Sat from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Thank you!
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Can I connect my Bose Soundlink II to my PS3

1 year, 2 months ago
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If PS3 has bluetooth connectivity then yes
1 year ago
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Unfortunately, the PlayStation 3 does not support the A2DP Bluetooth profile. Therefore, it is not compatible with our SoundLink Mobile Bluetooth mobile speaker II. Thanks for the question!
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Bose soundlink 2 as a PA system with an iPhone app

Has anyone tried buying the VonBruno microphone app, then use the axillary cable to connect the headphone jack from iPhone to the axillary input of Bose soundlink 2? The app on the phone acts as a microphone. It works when I hook it up to the normal home sound theater system. My question is: Would this set up work with the Bose soundlink 2 speaker, so to create a PA system?
1 year, 3 months ago
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As long as the application can receive audio via the iPhone microphone and output it simultaneously through its headphone jack, this setup should work properly. If you have confirmed this works through a home theater system, there is no reason to believe it wouldn't work with the SoundLink speaker.

Thanks!
1 year, 3 months ago
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Connecting a Bose Soundlink Mobile Speaker to a hi fi system

Is it possible to purchase a Bluetooth adaptor to connect my stereo amp. Output to my Bose
Soundlink speaker in another part of the house
1 year, 4 months ago
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If your stereo receiver has an analog RCA audio output on it, you could us it to connect a third party Bluetooth transmitter. As long as the transmitter supports the stereo Bluetooth (A2DP) protocol, it could then be paired with the SoundLink Mobile speaker and wirelessly send audio to it.

If you have any further questions about this setup, our technical support team would be happy to answer them. They can be reached at 1-800-380-4831. We hope this helps. Thanks!
1 year, 4 months ago
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I've connected my iPhone via bluetooth to one of my Soundlink speakers. Is it possible to connect another Soundlink speaker for "surround sound?"

I realize that I can't connect two speakers via bluetooth to the same device. I just want to know if there's a way that another speaker can be hooked up to my original speaker that is hooked up via bluetooth.
1 year, 4 months ago
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Hi, thanks for your question.

It is not possible to link one SoundLink Mobile speaker to another to play them both simultaneously. These speakers can only connect directly to a bluetooth-enabled audio source such as a computer, tablet, or smartphone. Only one SoundLink Mobile speaker and one audio device can be paired together at a time.
1 year, 4 months ago
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Can you play two Bose wireless speakers on my ipad

Can you play two Bose wireless speakers at once on my ipad
1 year, 5 months ago
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Unfortunately, this is not possible. Bluetooth only allows one device at a time to be actively connected. Thanks!
1 year, 5 months ago
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