My eardrums are currently being thoroughly attended to, serviced by the Bose Soundlink Mini bluetooth speaker. It's a nifty little, portable speaker--a handsome little guy, by the way, that cooperates quite well and plays well with other devices. I'm enjoying a song from youtube at the moment and controlling the volume and video selection from my Verizon Motorola Droid Ultra. I was able to pair the two devices with bluetooth.
Now I can walk around my apartment and do any necessary tasks I wish whilst listening to youtube videos of my choice. I had been listening to a station on Pandora, for which the Soundlink Mini delivered almost an unbelievable level of sound quality, before I thought of a specific Genesis song I wanted to listen to and therefore accessed youtube in order to complete this request.
Thanks Phil. And the rest of the band.
The only negative I can see here is if my neighbors don't share the similar music preferences, but even if they don't agree with my song choices, I don't think they'd argue about the quality of the sound. Phil Collins would be proud. If only the girl who inspired my choosing the song 'Invisible Touch' could see me now. Heh, heh, I kid.
Well go sit on Santa's lap and request a Bose Soundlink Mini for Christmas already. And don't forget to ask Santa for the Motorola Droid Ultra from one of his best partner's, Verizon, so you can pair the speaker with it. The phone starts at $99; I would think Santa thinks you're worth it. I don't know. What are you waiting for?
Here's a few bonus lines--they just poured out of me as I listened to 'White Walls": I got that Ultra, Bose Speakers paired up right, got that bluetooth, hooked up, hearing the rhymes, I pull them out, let them out, let the beat ride, ears wide, this city never heard better rhymes.