The Best Portable Speakers
The following speakers below are our top picks in what is provided by the market right now and going on top 3 we have to put the JBL Xtreme 2 secondly comes the UE Wonderboom 2 and last but not least is the Sony SRS-XB32
The Wonderboom 2 has a natural sound and a cool design, and it’s built to survive almost any outdoor adventure.It’s also waterproof and dustproof,It has an IP67 rating and is one of the most rugged Bluetooth speakers we’ve tested, able to survive a 5-foot drop and a dunking in 1 meter of water—but because it floats, it’ll probably never dive that deep. The Wonderboom 2’s only downside is its battery life, which, at eight hours, is adequate but not impressive.
The Xtreme 2 easily fills a large room (or a small parking lot) with satisfying sound, and its rugged, waterproof design makes it trunk-friendly.It’s IPX7-rated, which means it can survive submersion in 1 meter of water, and it includes a handy, strong carrying strap. The Xtreme 2 also delivered 19 hours of battery life.Three of our four listeners thought the Xtreme 2 was the best-sounding speaker we tested, praising it for its ample bass, high maximum volume, and overall clear, clean sound.
The SRS-XB32 has a respectably big, full sound, with a rugged design and lots of features.It’s also rugged, with an IP67 waterproof/dustproof rating. In our battery test, it automatically reduced its volume after about six hours of fairly loud use, but it played for about five more hours after that. It also has adjustable multicolor lights and flashing strobes
At $30, the Tribit XSound Go is one of the top Bluetooth speakers for the money. Besides sounding decent for streaming your favorite music and more, it's also a fully waterproof Bluetooth speaker.
Looking to have a party well UE Hyperboom is for you.Ultimate Ears Boom Bluetooth speakers come in a few different sizes, but none of them are as big as the all-new Hyberboom. A supersize wireless speaker that tips the scales at a hefty 13 pounds, the Hyperboom makes the Megaboom 3 look unquestionably puny. It's not cheap, but it sounds better than a lot of the jumbo portable speakers on the market right now.
Bose SoundLink Micro is arguably the best sounding speaker for its tiny size. Although this Bose SoundLink is a little pricey, Bose did shave $10 off its list price, bringing it down to $99. It's fully waterproof and available in three Bose SoundLink color options.
Not only does this fully waterproof wireless Bluetooth speaker (IPX7) have improved battery life and better sound than the Clip 2, it's very durable, according to JBL, thanks to the integrated carabiner framing the entire perimeter of the speaker, acting as a bumper. It has a built-in rechargeable li-ion battery and is one of the best wireless Bluetooth speakers for its tiny size. It sells for $60.
Bose's new Wi-Fi and Bluetooth portable speaker is more compact and easier to carry around than the Sonos Move and costs a little less. It delivers big loud sound for its relatively small size and links with other speakers in Bose's Wi-Fi Home speaker line to create a multiroom audio system.
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