Bose SoundTouch 10 Wireless Music System Review

Bose was kind enough to sponsor this video,
and I’ve partnered up with them to review some of their most exciting new audio products. In this video I’ll be reviewing the Bose SoundTouch
10 Wireless Music System. If you love listening to music at home but
hate dealing with messy wires, this could be for you. The Bose SoundTouch 10 Wireless Music System
comes in a black or white finish and it’s currently the smallest speaker out of the
entire SoundTouch family. It has one goal in mind and that’s for you
to easily stream music in your home without taking up a lot of space. The SoundTouch 10 wireless music system does
not have a built-in battery. Instead it’s built to be used inside your
home on an existing WiFi network or with Bluetooth devices such as your smartphone, tablet, or
computer. However, it still provides an AUX port if
you want to use it with a wired connection. Now since this is the smallest SoundTouch
speaker it can be placed just about anywhere in your home especially due to the fact that
it comes with an included remote which is really convenient. But don’t be deceived by its small footprint. It has some kick to it. I’m not an audiophile by any means, but I’ve
used and reviewed enough speakers to notice good quality audio when I hear it, and the
SoundTouch 10 provides a really nice fulfilling sound for most indoor rooms. It’s clear and rich. Similar to my experience with the SoundLink
Color, the loudness from such a small speaker is pretty astonishing. I’m actually a little hesitant to push the
volume level past 50% because I don’t want to disturb my neighbors. You know, Danny Brown at 9am is not for everybody
and may be a little overwhelming for some people, especially coming from the SoundTouch
10. But what’s really cool about this speaker,
is it not only plays audio over Bluetooth from any app on your phone or tablet or computer,
it actually connects to your WiFi network and can play music via the free SoundTouch
Controller app that’s available for iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows. I’m usually not a fan of proprietary apps
and I can understand why some people wouldn’t want to sign up for another online account
and agree to another company’s privacy policy, but you can still use this speaker without
doing that. If you just want to use the Bluetooth and
the AUX port then you don’t have to sign up for an account or even download the app. It’s not required, but if you don’t mind signing
up for a free Bose account with your email address then you can take advantage of the
WiFi playback and the presets because that’s where this speaker really shines. With the SoundTouch Controller app you can
connect the SoundTouch 10 system to your WiFi in a few simple steps. Once it’s connected you can connect your favorite
music services such as Spotify, Pandora, Amazon Music, and a few other options even your own
music library. But the best feature about connecting music
services to the SoundTouch app is the ability to use presets. You can assign up to 6 presets with things
like a certain Pandora station or a certain Spotify artist, album or playlist. Basically the SoundTouch app makes it super
easy to instantly play your favorite music with just the touch of a button. So really the SoundTouch 10 Wireless music
system is perfect for people who are just starting out to turn their home into a wireless
music streaming zone. Once you have the SoundTouch 10 wireless music
system set up in your home it’s very easy to add other products from the SoundTouch
family such as larger speakers or home theater systems, which I’ll also be reviewing if you’re
interested. I would definitely recommend the SoundTouch
10 wireless music system under these conditions: if you already have a WiFi network and at
least one Bluetooth device, and you want an attractive small wireless speaker that can
easily be moved within your home but you don’t necessarily need a portable speaker to take
outside of your home. You got that? Ok cool. Thank you for watching. I hope you enjoyed this review. My name is Andy, and I will talk to you in
the next video.

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