Which Wireless Speaker Rocks The Hardest?

Which Wireless Speaker Rocks The Hardest?

Logitech Ultimate Ears Boombox 

The Look

Okay when compared to other speakers on this list, but if you like the traditional transistor look, this device is for you. 

The Sound

The sound is crisp and considering its size, even the bass and the treble output is surprisingly good. 

The Specs

Can be paired with up to eight devices, is a bit heavy,  but can be connected to an iPhone at one touch. 

JBL Charge

The Look
It is a little bigger than a 550 ml beer can, is designed like the popular JBL tube-shaped speakers, and looks best in green or blue. A looker indeed. 

The Sound

This one is loud enough. However, sound precision goes for a toss when you increase the volume to max. At low levels, it’s second to none on this list. 

The Specs

Built-in amplifier (5W + 5W); Auxiliary input; 12 hours of playback; doubles up as a USB charger.

Simmtronics XCONNECT BTS-Q1

The Look

The green on black combination works well, and so does the small size (a little bigger than an average middle finger.) A dashboard stunner.

The Sound

For people who are not that finicky about the quality of sound, or don’t have a big budget, it’s a decent product. Everyone else will be disappointed.

The Specs

Power-output: 3W; transmission distance till 10 meters; Lithium Battery; supports hands-free speaker-phone calls.

Bose Soundlink Mini

The Look

Traditionally, Bose products have oozed elegance and the spunky colours that the Mini comes in also break the monotony of the device.

The Sound

Can Bose really go wrong with the sound? Like ever? NO. However, the price you pay is mostly for the exclusivity. The bass is bliss in Mini.

The Specs

Weight 680 gms; 7 hours playback; 30 ft range; can be connected to any Bluetooth device very easily.

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