Bose SoundDock Series III

When you are sitting around, drinking coffee, listening to music in your living room after a long day at work, the last thing you want is to not be able to hear your music because the kids are playing too loud or the dog won’t stop barking. You need a good sound system.

If you really want to fill a room with sound, The Bose SoundDock Series III is exactly what you need to project your iPhone 6’s audio throughout the house. Although it is loud enough to act as your main sound system, it is small enough to sit on top of your Blu-Ray player without taking up very much space

The speaker is a single unit, but features a digital signal processor that provides a big sound with specially designed wide-ranging acoustics. It measures about 12 inches long and seven inches high, so it is not much larger than the dimensions of a piece of legal paper.

It features a charging unit so when your iPhone 6 is plugged in and playing, you can keep the music going all night long without worrying about battery life. It charges while the music plays.

It also comes with a remote control so that you can turn the speaker unit on and off, adjust volume controls, pause and play music, and skip tracks on your playlists.

The 3.5mm auxiliary input on the back makes it possible for you to connect any compatible device, including CD and DVD players, for a rich entertainment system for anything you listen to around the house.

The Bose SoundDock Series III comes in a variety of colors, including Black, green, orange, blue, and purple. It is available on Amazon for $249.

What do you think of this speaker? Let us know in the comments below.

  • Mark S

    This isn’t a new product right? The III has been out for quite some time now.

    • Mark S

      Amazon says this product is 3 years old. I guess I can expect an ipod classic article next.

  • Greenery

    Who drinks coffee after a long day of work?.. I’d wanna nap if anything

    • Rick Hart

      Drink a beer

    • *Raises hand (slightly embarrassed at coffee addiction).