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Bo$eknows808
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812 portable?

Can someone please tell me ifthef1 812 portable like the s1 pro meaning it has a rechargeable battery or does it have to be plugged in to a power source ty

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Re: 812 portable?

Hello Bo$eknows808,

 

The Bose F1 systems are not battery powered.  They are much larger speakers designed to be connected to standard AC power.  You can learn more about them here and here.

 

Does that help?