Bose SoundLink Wireless Mobile Speaker vs. Jawbone Big Jambox Video
Bose SoundLink Wireless Mobile Speaker vs. Jawbone Big Jambox Video Transcript
What's up price -- fans I'm Brian Tong and this is a price fight between two of the top. Bluetooth wireless -- it's a prize -- puts out between the -- selling wireless pager and the big jam box by Jawbone. Our judges for this fight are senior editor Donald give -- bell and myself Brian dent Apple's own top. -- take both judges' scores and average them out the nearest tenth each round the final prize by score will be an average of all -- the -- says. It's a -- round throw down showdown first up is this. The -- -- varies based designs the table with silver accents on the edges double really well. Donald -- is -- has more personality but the leather cover that flips into a -- is a nice touch with its slimmer body. -- owns big -- box brings back its familiar design with a bigger form factor that still brings a modern design and is one of the most unique looking speakers you'll see. The big jam box strike's first with the fourth and the -- -- -- a fleet by next round is sound and science. So we're -- speakers sound -- matters. The -- creates a great sound for its size but it has applied herself at its highest just aren't as the State's bottom line we really expected more. So the big -- box to get a lot louder but the sound starts to break up a little at full blast. -- have a Fuller sound range -- crisper highs that sound better side by side of both. It's a live audio feature also creates a simulated 3-D audience granting that enhances your music and it made my listening more enjoyable. Now -- their -- ever replace a home stereo system the job -- big -- about. Takes another round with a 3.5 and the -- sound gets a 2.5. After two rounds the big -- -- leads by more than a full point next round is features. The -- is really a simple straightforward device. The play music over Bluetooth or with -- Hillary cable provided and that's it it has the built in -- stand. Standard buttons for volume up and down and Bluetooth pairing but I wasn't lying when I said it simple. Though the job -- big -- box kills it when it comes to features. There's playback over Bluetooth and an auxiliary input plus we're fans of the physical track skipping and play and pause buttons on this meter itself. But -- -- Austin also act as a speaker phone when connected over Bluetooth for phone calls. It was a baby -- Brian Brian Tong from CNET. And it can be loaded with specific audio and dialing apps and -- unique integration with both Android and IOS devices. This is a feature freak of nature and the big Jeff fox get. Point five for the -- gets a school. Double takes a big lead but they're still look around look to build the final round that decides it all is -- Most of these speakers resulted 299. Dollars which is really pricey was because that's the size and the so all you're getting. The reality and another solid wireless options and half the price but in this prize fight the job -- big jam box. Manages to squeeze everything possible into its modern -- body -- -- gives you more bang for your -- with better sound quality as more features and functionality. Double takes the final round with -- three and it -- gets. T let's average out all four rounds and in a prize fight that we -- would be much closer. Gobble -- what every single round over -- And the big damn hot fixes Battle -- -- the 2.3 and is your price. I'm Brad told states -- did you catch you guys next time on another prize fight what. -- --
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