Marcus Coster: Or instead of combining the two, use a quarter of the money and make your
own that is louder, clearer, and whatever design you fancy.
marctorres654: bose is not the best
特快車 (Motion Express): Thank you it is a very detailed, clear, and helpful review
harki singh: Bose I have bought a lot of speakers but Bose is the best
Stag: I would say both of these portables are strides ahead of the competition,
but I personally prefer the Bose. Although it doesn't hit as high a range
as the UE Boom it has a fuller range. I own both, and I have decided to
re-gift the UE. Just my opinion if it helps anyone.
AndreRulesTheWorld: I ended up getting the BOOM. I plan on using it in various places, and
outdoors, so I needed something louder than the bose. Also wanted a speaker
I could throw in my bag back and bring anywhere without having to worry as
much. The bose felt much more delicate. I dislike the lack of remote
controls and other options on the bose. The bass was better one the bose,
but it didn't get loud enough for me, which sort of killed the point of
having good bass. Using the equalizer on my phone, I was still able to pump
out lows from the UE Boom, but I don't think anything that small is really
going to give you much bass regardless.
Alex: I was gearing more towards the UE Boom, but I will be getting the Bose
instead. I'm primarily getting one as a desktop speaker. Taking it for
travel is only secondary. UE Boom's charging port is at the bottom. Meaning
I have to lay it down when it's plugged in to a wall, and that is not its
ideal position when turned on. While the Bose can be plugged in as is.
amillionyawn: I'm planing to get one for bathroom. The UE one seems more steam resistant?
StoneSideDeathGrip: But very good detailed reveiw of both bluetooth speakers nice job
Joey Segreti: I just want to tell you I think your Bluetooth reviews are the best on
YouTube. FUGOO just came out with a new Bluetooth speaker, could you please
review it and compare it to the Bose mini and the UE boom. I have the Bose
and Boom and think they are great speakers in there own rite, Bose for
indoors and the Boom for the deck by the pool. I'm looking foreword to that
review if you choose to do it.
Michael Luther: do u have to have the app to play music
timberwolves100: I thought the battery life would get better on the UE boom but I was only
getting 5-6 hours or so at 50% volume and barely over 3 near max volume.
Nowhere near the claimed 15. Then I got to thinking that I really only
listen to music in my work vehicle, so I don't really need all the nice
features of the UE Boom. I also wanted to have some Stereo seperation. That
made me go all-out and trade up for the BOSE Sound Link III. I decided not
to get the more affordable Mini because I need long battery life since I
spend many hours a day in my work vehicle.
It was hella expensive for a portable speaker and made even more expensive
when I had to buy the $35 dollar case to protect my purchase. But let me
tell you Mr. Gamamori, I have NEVER heard such brilliant, clear, and
perfect blend of Base coming out of a small speaker. People have no idea
how great the sound of BOSE is until they get it into there home and hear
it after some equilizer adjustments. What you hear from the display in a
store does not do it any justice. I'll update later if the battery life is
close to what's advertised.
47crazed: it charges really slow, or it wont even charge. i love my UE though.
潘炯翌: nightwish phucking awesome
Antonio Casintahan: Bose is the best.
StoneSideDeathGrip: You left out that the bose also comes with a charging dock!!!
Sativa Verte: Don't be scared to leave Bose behind. I was, & man am I happy now!
Stephen Hahn: Great comparison review, thanks. I am going with the UE Boom due to the
ability to use two together as Right and Left channel for true stereo, plus
I wan't to be able to control the volume remotely. Thanks heaps for the
comparison, was really helpful
gregory4663: The UE boom sounds better out of the two. I ultimately went with the TDK
A33 which is louder and clearer to me but takes a hit on the battery life.
You can easily get more than 8 hrs if you are at half power. Bose really
disappointed me. I was going to get the SoundLink but the sound was poor
for the price.
Julian Nicole Regino: Great review. Would the Harman Kardon Esquire be the speaker who combined
all the goods from bose soundlink mini and ue boom? I hope you can make a
review of HK Esquire.
RazerRazzing: I would say the UE boom sounds much clearer and louder but lacks in bass,
and the Bose sounds like it has much more bass and midrange but lacks in
treble, But I can't tell for sure because its through YouTube and your
microphone but that's what it sounded like to me
chris johnson: Great review. I'm thinking the Bose. Maybe. Undecided
thefeniksflight: Also, going back to the ending, there is a speaker that has the essence of
both of these speakers, and that's the JBL Flip. Good luck with the
mediocre battery life, though.
lennyd44: I'm a bit concerned with the longevity of UE Boom since its battery is
non-replaceable. So that means it'd turn into a useless brick after 2 years
natalie lira: That's cool, I like the bose speaker I'm so getting one :D
BIG STEVES BEATS: 3 to 4 hours thats garbage I need 1 that can at least 8 hours
james heffelbower: Well, considering the discount I get on the bose ($140) it's a no brainer.
Self Writeous: very helpful review.
Ronnie Silva: Which one is the loudest??
Albaro Canaviri: This is my last question i don't know if Jbl charge or Ue boom wich do you
think is better in terms of sound thank you for your answer
Exia2004: i like more the ue sound
GM 1193: Don't know what kind of accent that is, but I find it very nice and
enjoyable. You are very well spoken. Great review.
pamemake: excellent review, thank you
EVMANVSGAS: I am going to get the bose i think, but as far as not having a replaceable
battery in the UE boom, i'm sure there will be some videos out there
showing you how to replace it if it does wear out in a couple of years, and
by then it will be out of warranty so why not tear it apart and change it
out? You can probably even upgrade it to a better lithium ion battery for
$10 or so.
Patrick Sesi: Can you use the UE while its charging?
Jesse Eversdijk: Wich one do you like the most
(Tnx for answer)
Kalvin Stafford: I must say that this was a great video. I heard both speakers in BestBuy
and the UE Boom sounds great, clearer and louder due to the highs but there
is NO lows. The features alone would have me buy it. However, I went with
the Bose mini. Great all around sound and good bass for its size. The bass
is so good that the housing couldn't even handle it as it jumped off the
ledge of my upstairs loaf and fell all the way down the stairs of my house.
phil evangelous: great review. just bought the new sound link 3. maybe if i had seen this
review, i would have gone the other way. want it for outdoors sometimes.
got 30 days to return it!
will let you know.
Robert Cody: UUUUGGGHHH! Thank you for a fantastic video, but still left undecided!
Quaduce: The finger pointing part of this video was awesome
Craig M: What about the Jawbone BIG Jambox?
SlimKhalifa76: Thanks for the in depth review I made my mind up. Going with the boom,
perfect to bring to the beach so it's my ideal for me.
Ilmārs Priede: although the frequency test you did made bose look better, but the sound of
UE was more pronounced
Mjo424: Great vid!!! Based on this vid I got the boom but made a huge mistake!
Battery life on the boom is bad if u play it above 50% volume! Went thru 3
units and same thing! Gonna return it and might get the Bose or the charge!
SAVAGE308SNIPER: Thanks for uploading this vid. You've helped me decide on how I want to
shave my ass hair and trim by ball sack. Great video, dude.
William Fluck: Really well done! Good job. But I personally think you should re-do the
sound test using your new recorder/microphone. I own the Bose and my cousin
has the UE, so I therefor find the test slightly misleading. Great job
Hemang Halvadia: Great review !!!
Srinivas Dalja: Excellent Review
Timothy Owen: Great review! I'm currently in the market for a simple outdoor sound
solution for my deck area and looking to get the best bang for my buck.
Whether to get a traditional speaker set up or a portable Bluetooth speaker
like these devices. I don't need to pump out enough sound to fuel a party
but enough to enjoy a clean punchy delivery of my music library consisting
of heavy metal, hip hop through to mellow acoustic rock.
It sounds like the Bose would deliver a better low end but isn't weather
proof like the Boom... Are there any other Bluetooth speakers that would
come highly recommended?
Kane: Bose lost