Bose Unveils SoundLink Max: Its Largest Portable Bluetooth Speaker Yet


Bose, renowned for its noise-canceling headphones, expands its lineup of portable Bluetooth speakers with the introduction of the SoundLink Max. Priced at $399, this latest addition boasts the title of Bose’s largest portable Bluetooth speaker yet, promising a superior audio experience and extended battery life.

Featuring a familiar design reminiscent of previous Bose devices, the SoundLink Max packs a punch with its enhanced sound quality and longer-lasting battery. Inside, three transducers and two passive radiators deliver an immersive stereo experience, complemented by robust bass performance that belies the speaker’s compact size. Utilizing technology typically found in Bose soundbars and enhanced with digital signal processing, the SoundLink Max promises distortion-free sound reproduction across various music genres.

Constructed with a powder-coated, silicone-wrapped steel enclosure, the SoundLink Max exudes durability and sophistication. Boasting an IP67 rating, the speaker is resistant to dust, water, and rust, making it suitable for outdoor use and ensuring peace of mind in various environments. With a battery life of up to 20 hours, users can enjoy uninterrupted music playback on the go, with the added convenience of USB-C charging and the ability to charge external devices.

Equipped with Snapdragon Sound and aptX Adaptive technology, the SoundLink Max offers seamless connectivity and improved audio quality for a more immersive listening experience. Supporting features such as Google Fast Pair and Bluetooth 5.3, the speaker ensures compatibility with a wide range of devices.

Pre-orders for the Bose SoundLink Max are now available, with shipping scheduled to commence on May 16. Positioned as Bose’s flagship portable Bluetooth speaker, the SoundLink Max sets a new standard for premium audio performance, catering to music enthusiasts seeking exceptional sound quality and versatility in their portable audio devices.