Test the Bose SoundLink Revolve, the new queen of Bluetooth speakers!
Sold at the same price as the SoundLink Mini when it was released, the Bose SoundLink Revolve came into my hands. I tested this Bluetooth speaker for 15 days, and here is my verdict.
After enjoying his SoundLink Mini and Mini II, Bose is back in the market for portable speakers with the SoundLink Revolve and Revolve + . These Bluetooth speakers in cylindrical format throw, even if they recall the design of the UE Boom. Personally, I had the opportunity to test the SoundLink Revolve, an ingenious nomadic speaker that sends “real” sound at 360 degrees. I was quickly seduced by the ergonomics of this speaker. Small but resistant to falls, the Bose enclosure has an impeccable design and offers a good grip . But can it boast of having one of the best value for money / power? Answers in the next lines of my test.
Due to their cylindrical shape, the new Bose speakers have neither front nor rear. Before tackling the quality of sounds, I have to go back to the effective controls of the SoundLink Revolve. Complete and bright, these controls make it easy to use this compact loudspeaker . But it was mainly the audio part that left me speechless. Bose’s little “toy” sends an omnidirectional sound without you worrying about the position of the enclosure. And it is really a trick of egg, compared to the speakers of Beats and other competitors.
The power and excellent sound reproduction of the SoundLink Revolve coupled with its true omnidirection allow it to become the best portable speaker I have ever tested . Its bass is powerful but, the sound is always natural and precise. Besides sending a spacious, clear and powerful music, the Bose Revolve also has the advantage of having a very nice autonomy . On paper, this Bluetooth speaker can hold 12 hours. Personally, I was able to use it for 16 hours non-stop. If you want to get this speaker of Bose, it is by HERE that it happens , to 229 euros.