The Top 10 Bluetooth Speakers: The Best Boxes For On The Go

Finding the best Bluetooth speaker for your needs is not as easy as it might seem at first glance. This has nothing to do with a lack of opt...

Finding the best Bluetooth speaker for your needs is not as easy as it might seem at first glance. This has nothing to do with a lack of options, rather the challenge is figuring out which model offers the most for you. But don't worry, because that's where we come in. We've taken the trouble and put together our picks of the top 10 Bluetooth speakers for on the go. You are guaranteed to find a product that you will love.

Which Bluetooth speakers can I connect to each other?

Several manufacturers offer Bluetooth speakers that can be paired, allowing you to add two or, in some cases, multiple speakers to your setup.

UE makes several Bluetooth speakers that you can use to connect to the UE app and wirelessly connect a second UE speaker with the Double Up feature.

JBL uses similar connection technology and its built-in Bluetooth allows you to connect multiple compatible speakers to amplify your listening experience. With some JBL devices, you even have the option of building your own ecosystem with JBL Connect, in which you can connect multiple JBL speakers together.

Our top 10 Bluetooth speakers

10th place. Sonos Roam

Want a powerful speaker you can slip in a backpack? Meet Sonos Roam, the multi-room titan's first truly portable, battery-powered speaker.

The Roam is great as a standalone Bluetooth speaker, but it's also designed for the company's growing multi-room ecosystem. Features include AirPlay 2 support, voice control, and Sonos' Trueplay technology, which uses the built-in microphone to adjust bass and treble to match the environment.

Heading to the beach or the pool? Then you will surely be happy about the IP67 certification, which makes the device absolutely waterproof and dustproof. The integrated battery offers 10 hours of playback time and supports wireless Qi charging.

The sound is confident, powerful, and better than you would expect from an outdoor/party speaker at this price point. While other speakers offer more detailed sound, if you've invested in the world of Sonos, the Roam is a smart buy.

9th place. Audio Pro Addon C10 MkII

The 2021 update (appropriately named MkII) of the triple award-winning Audio Pro C10 adds AirPlay 2 and Google Cast to complete a multi-room home run.

If you have a maximum of 500 euros available, you will have a hard time finding a speaker that comes close to the Audio Pro C10 MkII.

We miss the leather handle and fun, slightly rock 'n' roll aesthetic, and sonic presentation of the original, but we absolutely can't go against three options for multi-room streaming (AirPlay 2, Google Chromecast, and Audio Pro's own slick and functional app) or the upgraded, grippy bass and improved hi-fidelity performance.

8th place Dynaudio Music 5th

The Dynaudio Music 5 is the second-largest in-wall speaker in the company's first four-part Music series. Whether you love its angular exterior or hate it, the sound of the Dynaudio Music 5 definitely won us over.

The Music 5 may be powerful, but it has the sonic flair to keep things sophisticated. In a larger space, she offers more weight, size, and authority. The sound is soft, rich in detail, refined, and very easy to hear.

Connectivity is also excellent: aptX Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and AirPlay are present. Open the Dynaudio app and you'll discover NoiseAdapt, a feature that suppresses sound in a noisy room - useful at loud parties.

Provided you like the distinctive design, the Dynaudio Music 5 is a discerning performer and an excellent buy.

7th place. Bose Portable Smart Speaker

This small and lightweight speaker has a built-in carrying handle so you can easily take it with you on the go. Integrated with Alexa and Google Assistant, it can understand your commands from long distances and in noisy environments. There's even a mic mute button to use if you don't want him to hear you.

It has a slightly boomy sound profile with a balanced midrange that ensures vocals and lead instruments sound clear and present in the mix. As with most speakers of this size, it struggles to reproduce the deep bass typically found in bass-heavy music. Luckily, the accompanying app offers bass and treble controls that you can use to tweak the sound to your liking. It also has incredible directivity thanks to its 360-degree design, so your music will sound crisp and clear from most angles.

Place 6. JBL Go 3

The tiny, soapy Go 3 has Bluetooth 5.1 instead of 4.1 and a maximum power output of 4.2W. The only spec that hasn't changed is the Go 3's endurance. It takes 2.5 hours to fully charge fully charged, and you can still only play for five hours on a single charge.

If you can live with that, there's a lot to celebrate in the sound department. The extra power and revised design have resulted in some solid sonic improvements, and aesthetically it's perhaps even prettier than the original. We gave this version top marks for sound. But is five hours enough for a day at the beach or a leisurely picnic in the park? It's probably best to take an extra charger with you.

5th place Bang & Olufsen Beosound A1 (2nd generation)

Bang & Olufsen is not known for following the herd. In the Danish electronics specialist's catalog, you'll find a wheel-shaped wireless speaker, a TV that opens like a butterfly, and an 8200-watt monolithic speaker with 18 drivers. The company's products can rightly be described as 'high quality and 'innovative' - and the B&O Beosound A1 (2nd generation) wireless speaker is no exception.

It's similar in size to a hamburger bun, but that's where the comparison with baked goods ends. The new A1 supports Qualcomm's latest aptX Adaptive Bluetooth 5.1 codec, and of course, Alexa is built-in.

It works very well and delivers a pleasantly comfortable yet compelling performance that's fun to listen to all day long. Couple that with the classy, ​​well-crafted design, ease of use, and bonus Alexa, this is a Bluetooth speaker that's been worth the wait.

4th place. JBL Charge 5

The JBL Charge 5 is even more resilient and sounds better than the four Charges before it. Its predecessor had an IPX7 rating, which means it can be submerged in water to a depth of 1.5m. The Charge 5 is IP67 certified, making it even more resilient as it is also dustproof. Want a speaker about the size of a wine bottle that charges your phone and sounds great? you found him

Thanks in part to a new 10W tweeter and a racetrack-shaped driver, the Charge 5 currently offers the best sound you can get in a portable Bluetooth speaker for less than 250 euros. Compared to its predecessor, the Charge 4, it has improved slightly both in terms of sound and aesthetics.

3rd place. Tribit Storm box Micro

It's hard to imagine that the Tribit Audio Storm box Micro wouldn't suit every home decor, backpack, and personal taste. The size of a stack of coasters, it's IP67 rated, has a handy rubberized strap on the back, and can be paired with two devices in stereo mode.

You will be particularly pleasantly surprised by the bass power that the Tribit delivers. Although a speaker of such dimensions is of course limited in terms of bass-heaviness, it does its job remarkably well; close your eyes while listening and you will surely imagine a greater product.

If your budget is under 50 euros, the Tribit is an excellent option. And if you only have a small zippered pocket at the top of your pack for a sonic travel companion, this speaker is well worth the space.

2nd place JBL Xtreme 3

The JBL Xtreme 3 is a solid choice if you're looking for a Bluetooth speaker that sounds bigger and punchier than our test winner, but is still portable enough to take to the beach or tailgate. The Xtreme 3 - succeeding its predecessor, the Xtreme 2 - is the best-sounding portable Bluetooth speaker we've tested. He is particularly known for his clarity of voice, guitar, and piano (although his bass trailed off a bit at maximum volume). This speaker is built for adventure: IP67 certification means it's water and dust resistant, the sturdy carrying strap makes it easy to take it anywhere, and we got the Xtreme 3 running for a whopping 17 hours on a single charge.

So what is the best Bluetooth speaker?

1st place Ultimate Ears Wonderboom 2nd place

The Ultimate Ears Wonderboom 2 is as melodious as Ariana Grande and as robust as Lara Croft. With clear vocals and decent bass for its size, it offers satisfactory sound for a small area, e.g. B. over a picnic table or a couple of lounge chairs on a patio. The Wonderboom 2 is IP67 certified and is among the most robust Bluetooth speakers we've tested. It can withstand a 1-meter fall and a 1-meter submersion - but since it swims, it's unlikely it will ever dive that deep. The only downside to the Wonderboom 2 is its battery life, which at 8 hours is adequate but not impressive. We like the compact design of the Wonderboom 2, even if the almost spherical shape makes it a bit more difficult to stow this model in a suitcase or laptop bag. However, we think almost everyone will like the Ultimate Ears Wonderboom 2. Its rich, clear sound and ultra-rugged, compact design make it a perfect travel companion.

The top 10 Bluetooth speakers: Our verdict

It may sound obvious, but the number one piece of advice we always give when looking for a Bluetooth speaker is to not settle for the first model that catches your eye. Yes, it may be an eye-catcher, but is it really the best model for you? If you want your love for this product to continue well after next summer is over, do some research on your speaker of choice. In any case, you certainly can't go wrong with the UE Wonderboom 2, currently the best speaker.



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