OK, here we go.
I have this speaker, and often I am amazed at how good it sounds, seriously.
It’s bluetooth and also has a line-in. It’s serves as my portable garden speaker, and has had previous lives as my kitchen speaker and is famous for when I do my ‘guess the 80s intro’ game with dinner guests, where I plonk it in the middle of the table, queue up an 80’s synth pop playlist and skip through the tracks - people never get things like ‘Windpower’ or ‘I Ran’, but I digress.
They must use a mix of electronic trickery, and an internal tubing system to make it sound so big, plus it’s got rear facing drive units too, so if you need any more bass, you can place it closer to a wall and let the sound use that perimeter.
I used to dislike the brand, mainly because they were a competitor of mine, but… kg for kg, this speaker out performs all of my other speakers. Sure you can go into the music settings on your iPhone (if you have an iPhone and Apple Music, and set the EQ), but the sound it gives from the EQ being ‘off’ is perfect.
Works well with dance music, rock music, acoustic stuff, it’s really great.
Don’t get it in black, because scratches show up, and maybe get the protective cover.
I have it, Raposa has it, and it’s my recommendation to you IQN, it’s the Bose SoundLink Mini II