Bluetooth speakers are a must-have if you want to enjoy music outside, no more giant radio to bring around. The portable, robust designs and great audio capabilities it offers the music lovers who want to carry their music with them everywhere they go, the go-to sound system for them.
Bluetooth speakers have really evolved to produce higher sound quality, Bose is the leading seller of blue tooth speakers and this product rivals with the other brands. You might ask yourself why would you purchase such an expensive speaker, well it has highest and maintains sound quality while delivering it at 360 degrees.
The Bose SoundLink Revolve+ is compatible with the most popular voice assistants like the Google Assistant and Alexa. It is able to act as wake up alarm also by linking it to your phone, it will deliver any sound your phone is giving out.
The Bose SoundLink Revolve+ (Series II) Portable Bluetooth Speaker, which can also smoothly transition from Wi-Fi to Bluetooth also integrates into the special SoundLink Revolve System that is a home cinema system. It is a amongst the new selection of Bluetooth speakers in 2021, while it is a new product it has already been reviewed by many experts.
Bose SoundLink Revolve+ (Series II)
- Sound Quality
A new arrival from Bose, the SoundLink Revolve+ (Series II) has many improvements over the recent models of Bluetooth speakers that Bose has built. It has many improved functions that you can read in our review below.
Bose SoundLink Revolve+ Review
We’ve always been delighted to review Bose’s Bluetooth speakers after reviewing the Bose SoundLink Mini II and its direct descendant, the SoundLink Revolve has appeared in front of our doors. We really loved both the superb audio but also the battery life because it did last longer than a workday in our office, it lasted the advertised 17 hours.
The bigger Bose SoundLink Revolve+ is for people who want greater sound quality and longer battery life. With a lithium-ion battery and 360 degrees sound quality it will answer to these people. During our tests, we really liked the 360 degrees audio, we left it in the middle of our office and it gave out great sound quality as the crew agrees.
We were delighted with the durability of the speaker because we did knock it off by mistake and it did not break at all, it doesn’t feel cheap. Our team also agreed that the sound quality was very much amongst the top performers after spending many weeks with it. Although it’s not the most inexpensive Bluetooth speaker at $300, if you want slightly higher performance and longer battery life, it’s definitely worth the extra investment of $100 over the other brands.
Having said all of this during my review, I would say that still the price of this Bluetooth speaker is quite high but if you want to impress your friends and family with great sound quality, this is the perfect model to chose. We’re ready to bet that they will be impressed with the Bose SoundLink Revolve+ and they will probably purchase one too, this is that much of a big advancement.
Cool Design From Bose
The Bose SoundLink Revolve II has a design that is virtually comparable to the original models, it’s available in black and white and looks like a vase. It has rubberized bottoms and controls, as well as metal frames, this model includes a handle in order to safely travel with the Bluetooth speaker.
The biggest distinction is that the SoundLink II now has a convenient grip material all around it for portability. Even though it appears to weigh a little bit more than the older models, the speaker is relatively fairly light for its dimensions and with the handle, it makes it much easier to transport it to a gathering on the beach.
At the top of the device, all of the controls : volume, pairing, power, aux switch, and multipurpose button are located. That’s where you control playback as well as activate the virtual assistant feature that will automatically connect to the Bose App on your phone. The keys are easy to push for everyone and the controls of the Bose SoundLink Revolve+ (Series II) are fairly intuitive.
We faced problems many problems with the microphone that’s inside of the box, it has poor quality and had problems picking up someone more than 8 feet apart, we don’t know if it’s because it’s badly located but we think that Bose should probably improve this area of the Bose SoundLink Revolve+.
The micro-USB connector and 3.5mm aux connection for older devices are located on the rear of the speaker. We’re unhappy that Bose didn’t opt to upgrade the speaker with USB type-C, as most modern gadgets use the new connection that allows fast charging, and the SoundLink Revolve II’s absence of one ensures that if you run it dry, it will take a long time to power up.
A conventional tripod attachment is placed at the bottom, along with metal plates connections for use with the charging point, which is available separately. The port makes docking at home simple and should come standard with the speakers, as it does with the earlier Bose SoundLink Mini II.
The bottom line is that the larger SoundLink Revolve II outperforms the other Revolves in almost every manner, the only thing that changes is the harmonic balancing between the apparatus. It’s fairly better than the earlier bluetooth speakers but still has some improvements. But it has a warm overall balance, making it highly tolerant of compressed audio, so the Revolve+ II will be able to handle audio from Spotify.
The Resolve II + has a wider range compawhich has a much wider range. Even though the music is still mono because it only has one central speaker, it reaches pretty far. We feel that it might be the end of the single speaker and further models of bluetooth speaker will include a dual system.
The battery performance is stated as 17 hours. However, we found that listening to high levels for 10 to 12 hours would cause it to go down, we had to keep the sound down. You should be capable of reaching Bose’s 17 hour advertised rating if you play at a lower level. If you’re the kind to party for more than 10 hours then bring a charger with your Soundlink Resolve+
You may boost the deep bass of this speaker by putting it near to a wall, much like all the Bluetooth speakers available on the market today, that’s a personal tip. The Revolve+, on the other hand, renders bass in the middle of the room better than the original Revolve, which itself is predictable given the speaker’s size.
Why You Should Buy The SoundLink Revolve+
- It has great distance coverage with high audio quality, that’s what we noticed.
- When using either the audio jack or the Bluetooth function there was no noticeable difference.
- It has a greater spectrum at lower audio level compared to the previous models.
- We didn’t notice any artifacts while using it at a low audio level.
Why You Shouldn’t Buy The SoundLink Revolve+ (Series II)
- We felt like the bass didn’t improve compared to other Resolve models.
- It’s still not a stereo device because of the single speaker and Bose should look at dual speaker systems.
- The range is fairly inconsistent depending on where the SoundLink Resolve+ is located.
Conclusion of our Review
The aesthetic of the Bose SoundLink Revolve II is one of its strongest points: it’s a tiny, extremely mobile, 360-degree-firing speaker that performs admirably in a variety of areas, particularly at low and minimum levels.
The Bose Revolve II has a pleasant upper-spectrum tone and delivers good localizability, balance, and few artifacts at low levels. Latency isn’t an issue when watching video material when linked to an audio input through the built-in jack. But it isn’t a speaker for a political party.
Its peak loudness isn’t as powerful as the other players of comparable size. The sound balance shifts toward the midrange at high levels, with metallic trebles and a distinct absence of bass. The shortage of deeper bands has a significant impact on bass accuracy and impact, and those two qualities are also impacted by compression at high levels.