Bose SoundTouch 30 Series III Wireless Music System with Bob Cole & Steve Morrison of WMMR
There's always that one person on your list who's difficult to shop for. But here's a solution: the versatile Bose SoundTouch 30 Series III wireless music system. With the touch of a button, they'll be streaming music from Spotify and Pandora, playing radio stations, and enjoying their favorite tunes in seconds.
Check out the video below with Bob Cole and Steve Morrison and see why the SoundTouch 30 music system is a great gift for the holidays.
Steve: Steve Morrison here, World Wide Stereo with Bob Cole and Adam, and we're by the Bose equipment here. Bose, legendary stuff, but we have some new innovations from this company, correct?
Bob: My first pair of speakers I ever bought in the '60s were Bose. So I already showed you speakers that stream from your phone. These do something different, better.
Steve: What do they do, Adam?
Adam: So the Bose SoundTouch 30 Series III Wireless Music System — if you look on the top of them, have got buttons one through six, and those are presets. And you can set that up to be a Spotify channel. You could be a radio station, 93.3 WMMR, maybe. You know, maybe, right? A Pandora playlist, whatever, on here, so you don't have to go to your phone. You don't have to open the app to start playing music. You come in from the grocery store, you're full of groceries. you put them down real quick, you hit MMR, and music starts playing right away.
Steve: So, that's very cool.
Adam: Very cool, very cool.
Steve: Because a lot of times, you don't have to wait for it to sync up or link up or whatever. You've got it right here, and set, and good to go. And it will take from all different sources.
Adam: Yeah, all different streaming services.
Steve: The Bose sound is a legendary sound.
Adam: It's fantastic.
Steve: So something like this easily fills up a couple of rooms, correct?
Adam: Yep. Starting at $199 and all the way up to about $499 here.
Steve: Same streaming and everything through the unit itself.
Steve: You don't need the phone or anything.
Steve: I love it.
Adam: You can link all Bose SoundTouch speakers together, too. If you wanted to have, like, a party mode and play the same thing, they could all be playing the same thing.
Steve: So around the house. All available through Bose, World Wide Stereo. Bob and Adam, come ask them for their expertise. Legendary stuff here.