Bose SoundLink Max has joined the company’s ever-growing range of audio products. But this is not just an average supplement. It is the biggest Bluetooth speaker Bose has released so far. Yes it is bigger than the SoundLink Flex which is well known for offering powerful sound and great battery life in a rugged and portable package.

Of course, as a wireless speaker this is coming with high-end innards, it’s priced at the premium end. The Bose SoundLink Max will set you back $399 and is currently available for pre-order. As for when the shipping will start, it is planned for May 16.

The Bose SoundLink Max brings a lot to the table

Bose is well known for offering quality speakers. And it seems that on the company hasn’t budged in the slightest on the SoundLink Max. Here are all the things he brings to the table:

Articulating array for a spacious stereo experience

Bose SoundLink Max has an innovative technology called Bose Articulated Array. It uses three converters. They are strategically located through the front of the speaker. Bose claims this configuration promotes a “spacious stereo experience.” A Bluetooth speaker aims to go beyond the physical dimensions of the device itself.

Bose SoundLink Max has everything you need to take your bass to the next level

The wireless speaker comes with two specially designed passive radiators. They are the secret weapon behind SoundLink Max bass. Bose promises low-end tones that belie the speaker’s size. It can deliver powerful, impactful listening.

Adaptive sound and personalized listening

Bose SoundLink Max borrows technology from the company’s soundbars. The company has also integrated its expertise in digital signal processing to minimize distortion. These two translate to fullnatural sound” in all genres. You can basically I expect to enjoy music the way the artists intended it.

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Bose SoundLink Max

For those who crave a little customization, the Bose app comes to the rescue. With adjustable EQ settings, you can fine-tune the bass, midrange and treble to suit your sonic preferences. So it doesn’t matter what your listening preferences are. You can have SoundLink Max offer custom audio.

Superior build quality

Encased in a powder-coated, silicone-coated steel body, the SoundLink Max retains the ruggedness of its predecessors. Additionally, the wireless speaker comes with an IP67 rating. This means it can withstand dust, spills and even a dip in the pool.

SoundLink Max durability

But the construction is not just about strength. A wireless speaker is all about making a statement too. You can get the SoundLink Max in a sleek black or sophisticated Blue Dusk finish. Of course, all this doesn’t make the Bluetooth speaker sacrifice portability.

Weighing a manageable 2.27 kg and compact dimensions of 26.47 x 12.01 x 10.49 cm, the SoundLink Max is surprisingly portable. The integrated removable rope handle makes it easy to grab and go. You can also attach a shoulder strap for a better wearing experience.

Bose SoundLink Max Bluetooth speaker

Other Bose SoundLink Max highlights

SoundLink Max covers a variety of connectivity options. It uses Bluetooth 5.3 for seamless wireless pairing. The wireless speaker also supports SBC and AAC codecs for wide compatibility with most devices. For those looking for high-fidelity audio, it includes Snapdragon sound.

Outdoor listening

Combined with the latest Qualcomm aptX adaptive codec, Bose SoundLink Max can provide almost lossless sound quality. Want wired audio? The wireless speaker has an AUX port. Also, connecting it to mobile devices should be easy thanks to Google Fast Pair.

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