Music Bullet Max
The Music Bullet Max is a small battery powered speaker that connects to your MP3 music player.
Wow! Check out the all new Music Bullet MAX! Now with Neodymium speakers. The little speaker with the big sound just got better. Now you can really bring any device to life. Your iPod, Tablet, computer, any device. So max it out with Music Bullet Max.
Key words and phrases in this TV commercial and what they really mean:
- What they said: Now with Neodymium speakers
- What some people might think that means: If it has neodymium speakers it must be loud
- What it really means: All the commercial says is that the Music Bullet now has neodymium speakers, while on the screen we can see the small speaker ‘bump’ and move with the sound. There is no mention of how loud the speaker is, or what the quality of the sound is.
- What they said: The little speaker with the big sound just got better
- What some people might think that means: It’s even louder or more powerful now because it’s better
- What it really means: The commercial says the Music Bullet “just got better” in reference to the using Neodymium speakers. It does not say it’s louder, it does not say it has better quality music, it does not say it will last longer. Instead, it proclaims it is “better”. Without any definition or context, this tells us nothing about how the Music Bullet performs or sounds
- What they said: Now you can really bring any device to life
- What some people might think that means: The Music Bullet will make my iPod or iPhone sound like it’s connected to a Boom Box
- What it really means: “bring any device to life” has no real meaning. It is left up to the imagination of the viewer to guess or assume what this might mean
The 15 second Music Bullet Max commercial is short on words, and leaves it up to the imagination of the viewer to make assumptions as to how it sounds or performs.
Were you fooled by the wording in this short Music Bullet TV commercial?