What’s in the Box? July 18, 2018 Edition

When you’re out on the water, you can bring your favorites tunes with you on your phone. Too bad you won’t be able to hear them over the roar of the boat’s motor. (Cell phone speakers are notoriously small!) This week’s mystery product solves that problem for you. If you want to stream audio from your phone, this device will make sure everyone gets to enjoy the music. And it’s waterproof, making it perfect for marine use. Wow! Those details practically spell out what this week’s amazing mystery product, don’t they?

Find out what’s in the box!

Solid Signal is proud to carry the Boss Audio portable marine Bluetooth wireless speaker. For a personal audio device, this speaker has a lot to offer. Designed for marine use, it delivers up to eight hours of audio on one charge of its Li-ion rechargeable battery. This portable Bluetooth speakers delivers a range of up to 33 feet (10 meters). It even features a built-in microphone for hands-free phone calls. Best of all, it’s very easy to use, thanks to its auto pairing ability. Just turn your phone on within range of the speaker and the two devices connect themselves.

This marine Bluetooth speaker has many great features and benefits, which include:

  • Weatherproof iPX4 rated, 7” x 3” portable marine speaker
  • Bluetooth hands free and Bluetooth audio streaming wirelessly plays music and apps like Spotify and Pandora
  • 3.5 mm Aux Input, on/off switch, and track/volume/play/pause/phone controls
  • Lets you control tracks and manage speaker volume from your phone
  • Includes a built-in Li-ion rechargeable battery and USB charging cable
  • Comes with: 3.5 mm audio cable, USB micro charging cable, and carabineer clip
  • Stylish black color with blue trim

Because this is a Bluetooth speaker, you can also use it to make hands-free calls. Having a good time on the boat usually involves a lot of people and music. If you need to make a phone call, good luck hearing it in that environment. With its built-in microphone, the Bluetooth speaker acts as a cell phone that you can actually hear over the party. Because it’s waterproof, you could even take calls while your out on the jet ski or other personal watercraft. (Just don’t talk while you’re piloting the craft, please!) Making calls through this Boss Audio Bluetooth speaker offers a variety of features and benefits, which include:

  • Auto pairing connects your phone to the speaker quickly and easily
  • Hands-free calling is easy and convenient with this speaker
  • This Boss Bluetooth speaker is compatible with most cellphones
  • Manage speaker volume from your phone for privacy
  • It’s available now at a great low price from Solid Signal

My buddy Tony comes up a lot in these Mystery Box stories, and this post is no exception. But there’s a lesson to be learned here. Tony has a house on a lake, and he owns a very impressive pontoon that we take out on special occasions. The powerful boat motors that drive this craft make a lot of noise, especially when he opens it up in the middle of the lake. If I wanted to listen to my favorite songs on my phone, I wouldn’t hear them over all that racket. This makes the Boss Audio portable Bluetooth speaker the perfect thing to have when he and I take the pontoon out for the day. (I can neither confirm nor deny that the sand bar is a known party spot.)

Get the Boss Audio Portable Marine Bluetooth Wireless Speaker

Do you want to hear your favorite songs and make hands-free calls when you’re on the water? If so, you need this handy marine wireless speaker. Solid Signal carries this Boss Audio Systems portable Bluetooth speaker in our online inventory. It’s great for any boat owner who wants to add to the fun of being out on the lake or at sea. Would you like to know more about this handy portable Bluetooth speaker? Just give Solid Signal a call at 888-233-7563.


About the Author

Jake Buckler
Jake Buckler is a cord-cutter, consumer electronics geek, and Celtic folk music fan. Those qualities, and his writing experience, helped him land a copywriting gig at Signal Group, LLC. He also contributes to The Solid Signal Blog.