Bose SoundTouch 10 Wireless Music System Review

Bose SoundTouch 10 Wireless Music System Review
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Bose was kind enough to sponsor this video, and in this video I’ll be reviewing the Bose SoundTouch 10 Wireless Music System. If you love listening to music at home but hate dealing with messy wires, this could be for you.

The Bose SoundTouch 10 Wireless Music System comes in a black or white finish and it’s currently the smallest speaker out of the entire SoundTouch family. It has one goal in mind and that’s for you to easily stream music in your home without taking up a lot of space. Unlike the Bose SoundLink Color which is a portable Bluetooth speaker, the SoundTouch 10 wireless music system does not have a built-in battery. Instead it’s built to be used inside your home on an existing WiFi network or with Bluetooth devices such as your smartphone, tablet, or computer. However, it still provides an AUX port if you want to use it with a wired connection.

With it being the smallest SoundTouch speaker it can be placed just about anywhere in your home especially due to the fact that it has an included remote which is really convenient. If you find yourself listening to too much music in bed, just quickly move the speaker from your nightstand to your living room mantle. But don’t be deceived by its small footprint. It has some kick to it. I’m not an audiophile by any means, but I’ve used and reviewed enough speakers to notice good quality audio when I hear it, and the SoundTouch 10 provides a really nice fulfilling sound for most indoor rooms. It’s clear and rich. Similar to my experience with the SoundLink Color, the loudness of such a small speaker is pretty astonishing. I’m actually kind of scared to push the volume past 50% because I don’t want to disturb my neighbors. Danny Brown at 9am may be too much for them, especially on the SoundTouch 10.

But what’s really cool about this speaker, is that it not only plays audio from any app over Bluetooth, but it can connect to your WiFi network and play music via the free SoundTouch Controller app which is available for Android, iOS, Mac, and Windows. I’m usually not a fan of proprietary apps and I can understand why some people wouldn’t want to sign up for another online account and agree to another company’s privacy policy, but you can still use the system with Bluetooth if you don’t want to use the app. It’s not required, but if you don’t mind signing up for a free Bose account with your email address then you can take advantage of the WiFi playback and presets because that’s where this speaker really shines. With the SoundTouch Controller app you can connect the SoundTouch 10 system to your WiFi in a few simple steps. Once it’s connected you can connect your favorite music services such as Spotify, Pandora, Amazon Music, and a few other options and even your own music library. Unfortunately there’s currently no Podcasting services, and I would love to see an update in the future that allows connecting podcast apps to the SoundTouch Controller. But the best feature about connecting music services to the SoundTouch app is the ability to use presets. You can assign up to 6 presets with things like a certain Pandora station or a certain Spotify artist, album or playlist. Basically the SoundTouch app makes it super easy to instantly play your favorite music with the touch of a button.

So overall, the Bose SoundTouch 10 Wireless music system is perfect for people who are just starting to turn their home into a music streaming zone. Once you have the SoundTouch 10 system you can add more SoundTouch wireless systems from the SoundTouch family such as larger speakers and home theater systems, which I’ll also be reviewing in case you’re interested.

I would definitely recommend the SoundTouch 10 wireless music system under these conditions: if you already have a WiFi network and at least one Bluetooth device, and you want an attractive small wireless speaker that can easily be moved within your home but you don’t necessarily need a portable speaker to take outside of your home.

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Comments

kvisualtree says:

Thanks for the video. I was looking for reviews regarding Bose ST 10. Seems good. Am torn between Bose ST 10 and Bose Solo 5 TV system due to the cost, later costing little more. Am aware that the Catg is different, but with Solo 5, I was wondering if this 2 in 1 – TV system + play music via BT devices will be more beneficial.

Praneet Likhite says:

Hi, is external speaker connection possible with this device.

Mishxoxo says:

which minute is the freaking audio review

Speaker Sex says:

HUGE LOWS, DEATHANING HIGHS, MUST BE BOSE

Daniel Wells says:

Here’s the thing…it’s being labeled as a “wireless” speaker. It lacks a battery, so it must be tethered to a power source of some kind which negates the purpose of being truly wireless.

Daniel Cocking says:

Where’s your table from Andy?

Jeremy Christian says:

Very well done Andy. Keep em coming.

brandon bailey says:

nice!! would be perfect to sync with my projector

acientkid says:

All these bose reviews tho! Nicee sponsors! Sadly cannot afford with any of those

SmokeGoneDead says:

The Wonder Years! Great taste!

#Hashtag says:

I’d buy a Soundlink Color 2 w/ a Chromecast Audio. Built in to apps and has more support. Plus, I already have a Google Home, so it’d be a whole home system.

Sea Sand says:

how soon after i plug in the power cable and it can start playing ?

Prashanth KB says:

You are reviewing a speaker and atleast play it once to people who watching your video. All you said what everyone know about how any $10 Bluetooth speaker works. Play the music if you reviewing speakers.

Gez Dodd says:

You could have at least turned it on!

carl cauton says:

does it have built in battery help please

Alejandro Lagos says:

Hi, I want to buy the sountouch 10 for my grandma who doesn’t have a smartphone. Is it possible to set up a spotify playlist on one of the soundtouch buttons with my phone for her to listen even when I’m not in her house? Thanks!

Andy Slye says:

I’m constantly blasting some morning Danny Brown on this thing. Check it out! http://amzn.to/2b6EZ48

Luiz Filipe says:

Can you play a song in different Bose at the same time

Blank Body says:

Would you say it’s significantly louder than the Bose Soundlink 2 mini?

StarFoxFanatic2004 says:

I wish I had this for Christmas

Gio Gargiulo / The Nerd Herd says:

Really well shot!

Wouter6431 says:

The Wonder Years!! Subscribed

Khalid boudaden says:

thank you im Observer from Morocco

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