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It’s the small speaker with the big, big voice. The Sound Link Mini Bluetooth speaker II delivers full sound with dramatically deeper lows than you’d expect from a speaker that fits in the palm of your hand. And because it’s wireless and ultra-compact, it’s easy to take Bose sound anywhere. The Sound Link Mini II has a built-in speakerphone, so you can take calls out loud with clear sound. And voice prompts talk you through Bluetooth pairing, so connecting to your music is easy. The speaker’s lithium-ion battery provides up to 10 hours of unplugged playtime, and it can be conveniently charged from most USB power sources. At home, the included cradle keeps the speaker charged while serving as a home base, so it’s always ready to grab and go. The Sound Link Mini II was engineered to stand up to everyday use and be placed almost anywhere. It connects wirelessly to your Bluetooth enabled devicesup to two at a time. The Sound Link Mini II is available in Carbon or Pearl and can be customized with colored accessory covers to fit your unique style. Included: Sound Link Mini Bluetooth speaker II; charging cradle; wall charger; cable.

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Pros : Premium design, Smart electronics, Bass extension and slam, Treble is quite good for a portable speaker, Max volume output

Introduction –

The first Soundlink Mini was quite an important product in the portable Bluetooth speaker landscape, it was one of the first speakers to use two opposing passive radiators and also one of the first to produce a proper bass response. It combined this extended, rich sound with a luxurious aluminium build and simple controls, creating a very appealing product.

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Bose has since released an updated model, the one I have here, the Soundlink Mini II which features smarter electronics, increased battery life and slight differences to tuning. With such a minimalist approach to the refreshed model, does Bose`s offering still hold the top spot on the market?

About Me – Some background, Gear of choice, Preferences and Biases

I generally prefer a slight v-shape to my sound, but still closer to neutral. I like a lot of detail and clarity, but can appreciate a smooth, laid back sound such as that on the X10`s. I prefer a more neutral midrange within a relatively tight tolerance, but I`m probably more forgiving of brightness over darkness. I`m not particularly treble sensitive and can tolerate large amounts without fatigue, though too much ruins the enjoyment. If I use a different eartip/pad/cover during the review I will note that and describe the sound changes.

Design –

The Soundlink Mini II features one of the classiest designs of any bluetooth speaker. It presents very symmetrically and looks fantastic, but can be hard to orientate by feel.

Once you actually start playing music, it is easy to differentiate between front and back, just based on the clarity of the sound. A rubber rim runs around the front and back faces, providing some shock absorption, but I doubt the speaker would return unscathed from even a modest fall. Other Bluetooth speakers are much more rugged feeling, not more solid or sturdy, just rugged.

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The Soundlink mini is noticeably heavier than the competition, a good or bad thing depending on your perspective. It weighs around 50% more than the Envaya Mini for example, a speaker that is itself quite hefty. As such, the Soundlink Mini II is immediately noticeable in a bag or. but also feels especially premium and quality in the hand. The battery is not particularly large at 2330mah so the weight must come from large driver magnets and the metal housing.

Speaking of battery, runtimes are quite good on the Mini II, similar to the Envaya Mini at medium volumes but quite a bit longer at high volumes. You won`t struggle to meet the 10hr claim in normal use.

The Soundlink Mini II has no life-proof features such as water and dust resistance but the solid weight and all-aluminium build feel a step above the competition. The Envaya Mini is another speaker I praised for having a solid build, and it feels great too, but the rubber ends are inconsistent with the well-finished perforated aluminium grill.

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At the end of the day, the Envaya Mini is actually more practical and hardy, but the Bosefeels nicer and more consistent.

I did notice just a little flex in the very middle of the grill of the Soundlink, just in front of the radiators, but it is rock solid elsewhere. The Soundlink will look better in a home environment, but the Envaya remains leagues classier than any other waterproof speaker on the market.

Both have shock absorbent soft rubber on their base and neither walked around when playing at max volume. The Soudlink has a much larger base however, and is more stable as a result, the Envaya Mini can be accidentally rolled off the table due to it`s more cylindrical design.

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The Soundlink Mini II has a more minimalist approach to controls with a multi-function button to play/pause and skip tracks, volume buttons and pairing button, that`s it. All are tactile and very easy to use.

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The Soundlink doesn`t support NFC nor Apt-X (The Envaya Mini has noticeably less latency for movies and games), but pairing is simple and intuitive. Simply hold down the Bluetooth button until the icon begins to flash and it becomes discoverable to nearby devices. The Soundlink mini has a neat text to voice feature that announces the name of the device it`s connecting too, battery remaining, etc, it`s very nice but can be obtrusive at night. In addition, a single press of the Bluetooth button switches between the devices the speaker has remembered, making for simple transitions, useful in multi-room setups, etc. It also has 100 volume steps like the Envaya Mini for fine control. Despite the weight, the Soundlink Mini II is quite small, similar in size to the Envaya Mini and smaller than the UE Boom.

Sound –

Initially I was really impressed by the Soundlink Mini II, It sounded very dynamic and rich, not balanced, but enjoyable nonetheless. After a few days of listening however, I`m still liking the Envaya Mini more. The Soundlink`s sound isn`t bad, in fact it`s probably one of the best small Bluetooth speakers in this size/price class. The midrange is the biggest issue, whilst the rest of the sound is very good. While the Envaya Mini`s mids are more natural, the Soundlink seems to be tuned mainly for contemporary music, a fare but polarizing choice. Spikes in the upper mids and certain sculpting emphasize electronically synthesized effects, however it can sound metallic, raspy and even thin at times with other material. The Envaya carries more details but the soundlink has more clarity, it really depends on preference, but the Envaya is technically better.

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In terms of presentation, I found the Envaya Mini to be superior, with more instrument separation and soundstage. You can see that Bose has tried to separate the drivers as much as possible and whilst stereo separation is very good, they should have implemented a DSP like the Envaya Mini to achieve a wider field of sound. Both have volume compensation and sound rich at low volumes, the Soundlink especially so.

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The Soundlink mini will go quite loud and I didn`t notice any distortion at full volume. It is about 20% louder than the Envaya Mini, but both easily fill my two car garage. The Soundlink employs two opposing passive bass radiators compared to the envaya`s single radiator. It also projects bass tones forward (producing a very rich, thick sound) whilst the envaya projects back and down (creating a more balanced, brighter sound). One could argue that balanced is the way to go, but while the bass of the envaya diffuses out over distance, the Bose sounds more balanced a few metres away. As such, I would recommend the Envaya for more near field listening, whilst the Bose is better suited for longer rooms perhaps.

The Soundlink has a boost to the sub-bass and mid-bass producing a lot of slam, but it`s not overly muddy. The upper-bass isn`t too emphasized unlike the UE Boom range providing a warm, but relatively clear midrange. The Bose soundlink Mini II has much more bass, both mid bass and sub-bass than the Envaya Mini and similar if not slightly better extension. While the bass response on the Soundlink Mini II isn`t as tight as the Envaya Mini, they are both similarly textured. The Envaya Mini`s sub-bass is punchier but the Soundlink has more slam. The bass performance is quite similar really, it just depends on preference.

One thing to note however, the Soundlink Mini II sounds more consistent than the Envaya Mini due to the front facing radiators, the rear firing radiator on the Envaya can get lost open spaces, resulting in an anemic sound.

The Soundlink Mini II is darker and richer sounding than the Envaya Mini and quite a bit more V-shaped. The warm mids flatter most genres of music but the drier midrange of the Envaya Mini sounds consistently cleaner. The upper midrange in particular is much better on the Envaya Mini, female vocals have more body, just the right amount, whilst the Soundlink Mini II sounds a bit raspy and thin. I can`t quite put my finger on it, but the Soundlink can sound a bit hollow, there is some sort of dip in the midrange of the soundlink that I don`t agree with, the Envaya sounds much more balanced on a whole. The thin upper midrange on the Soundlink Mini II can create the impression of more clarity or detail, but it sounds plain wrong when playing certain material.

The Soundlink Mini II`s treble response is not as sweet or textured as the Envaya Mini, but it`s still a very good treble response for a portable Bluetooth speaker. The Envaya Mini`s treble also extends more. The Soundlink Mini II is slightly more emphasized in the lower treble but lacks the top end sparkle of the Envaya. As such, the treble on the Soundlink is very textured with great body, it is also less fatiguing during long sessions.

Verdict –

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Whilst the Soundlink Mini II is no longer class-leading, it is still a very good speaker. It is missing some features such as water-resistance and low laterncy apt-x which would have made it a much more versatile product, but in return you get an exceedingly premium build and top notch audio performance for a portable speaker. In addition, the electronics are Smart and the batterylife is very good. I personally enjoy the sound of the Envaya Mini more, but the Soundlink Mini II still holds certain advantages, although it is much more expensive, around 250 vs 150. Despite that, the Soundlink Mini II is much easier to find at retailers and is commonly on sale. For those looking for a reliable, stylish and rich portable speaker, the Soundlink Mini II is a great choice for buyers in 2016.

Accessories – 10/10, Comes with a wall charger, cable and dock. Bose offer optional cases custom fit for the speaker, a great package befitting of the price.

Design – 8.5/10, Very premium, all aluminium build looks and feels great. Might be a bit too heavy for a portable speaker, but it is very stable during high volume playback as a result. Intuitive controls and Smart electronics work perfectly. Missing a few features that would make it killer.

Bass – 6.25/10, A lot of slam and decent punch without the bloat of most speakers. Very consistent and enjoyable, great for low level listening and doesn`t diffuse too much with distance. Good texturing and detail retrieval.

Mids – 5.5/10, A little off, but not severe. I know my description sounds bad, but the Soundlink Mini II is still quite accomplished for a portable speaker and the V-shaped signature may be more to your liking than mine. It really depends on the type of music you listen to, female vocals are the biggest issue, but otherwise, they are fine. Nice clarity and detailing. Rich lower midrange sounds impressive and dynamic.

Treble – 6.25/10, Pretty extended for Bluetooth speaker, great body and detail. The treble response is very good overall.

Value. 6.5/10, Although the Soundlink Mini II has a very premium look and feel and also a strong audio performance, you do pay a premium for the brand, the packaging and the convenience. At ~250, the Soundlink does not perform well enough to justify the 100 premium over the Envaya Mini.

Verdict – 8.5/10, The Soundlink Mini II is almost as good as the Envaya Mini soundwise, but pursues a more consumer orientated sound. It sounds especially dynamic due to it`s great bass and good treble responses in culmination with decent stereo separation. The design is class-leading for sure and the controls are well thought out. It also comes with a great selection of accessories. The Soundlink Mini II is a very impressive product overall.

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Best Diaper Bags for Dads

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I never considered many questions about parenting until confronted with them, like what a bottle warmer is and whether we need one, what to do if your baby poops in the bathtub, and, most importantly, is there such a thing as a cool diaper bag for dads?

As I panicked about becoming a father and being responsible for the well-being of a tiny human in the last few months of my wife’s pregnancy, I never paid attention to the bags parents carry with them. But I soon learned a trip without a diaper bag is like an eight-hour road trip without bathroom breaks. Sure, it’s possible, and you will make great time. But the mess it will cause probably isn’t worth the trouble. My wife and I have gone through several types of diaper bags during our three years as parents. Some worked well; others were quickly replaced.

However, one constant is I never considered throwing it over my shoulder without my daughter nearby. They’re functional, far more than stylish. But an entire industry is developing around diaper bags dads will want to carry. So here are some of our favorite diaper bags for the cool dad in your life.

Diaper Bags Dads Will Actually Use

Here are nine of the best diaper bags dads would love to carry around.

ActiveDoodie bag

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Beyond the incredible pun, there is a lot to like about this diaper bag for dads. It looks like a military pack, a big selling point for someone like me who doesn’t love the traditional diaper bag dad look. It has four separate compartments, insulated bottle holders, and a waterproof changing mat. Plus, it’s affordable; you can find it on Amazon for less than 90, making it a great Father’s Day gift. (Hint, hint!)

Columbia Summit Rush diaper backpack

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If you’re a fan of fresh air and getting your kids outside as much as possible, this might be your best diaper bag option. A Columbia diaper backpack designed for the outdoors, this bag has fewer compartments than ActiveDoodie but plenty of accessory s inside the main part of the bag. A thermal bottle and a padded changing mat are also included. It’s also one of the more affordable bags selling for around 50. My favorite part is you would never know this is a diaper bag until seeing what’s inside.

E.C. Knox Dad diaper bag

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This bag screams, “I’m here to take care of business.” Which, honestly, is the whole point of a diaper bag. It looks far more like a briefcase than something used to haul around diapers and bottles, but the E.C. Knox bag has all the functionality you’ll need, including a zip flap that doubles as a changing mat. The bag also has a magnetized exterior flap for easy access to wipes and snacks. There’s even a padded compartment for your laptop! The price point is a little higher at 150, but you get a lot of bang for your buck with style and practicality.

Fathercraft Bag

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It’s no accident that I left out “diaper” in the name above. This new diaper bag from Fathercraft is built to handle all the diapers and wipes you’ll need, with plenty of s, one-handed accessibility, and easy-to-clean material. But the company’s founders created the bag with the long haul in mind. The bag easily converts into a multidimensional backpack or travel bag once your kids are out of diapers. This bag is pricier at 250 but is undoubtedly designed for the modern dad.

Mancro Diaper Backpack

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Sometimes simple is best. This backpack doesn’t have the bells and whistles of some of the other diaper bags on the list, but it has plenty of storage, insulated bottle carriers, and looks like your typical backpack. It also retails for around 30. This is certainly the most economical of the bags I’ve seen that I would happily use and wear.

Darcy Diaper Bag

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This diaper bag is for the eco-conscious dad in your life. Made from recycled cotton, the Darcy diaper bag looks like a stylish shoulder bag your Gen-Z coworker wears on the subway. Instead, it’s filled with diapers, snacks, and toys to keep your child entertained!

Patagonia Ultralight Black Hole Tote Bag

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Sometimes, the best diaper bags are the ones designed for something else. Patagonia makes fantastic backpacks and bags for outdoor adventures, and it turns out this tote bag does the trick if you’re looking for a versatile diaper bag. It’s comfortable and “ultralight,” as indicated in the name, making it great for hauling whatever your kid needs. It’s also weather resistant and easy to clean. Since the bag wasn’t originally designed as a diaper bag, there’s no changing mat. But a portable mat will easily fit inside. It also costs around 100, making it affordable.

Lorimer Diaper Bag

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As you can probably tell, I’m a big fan of diaper bags that look like anything else. This looks like your typical stylish backpack but is designed specifically for parents by parents. It has the expected diaper bag accessories, including an insulated bottle and a changing pad with s for your laptop and phone. The straps are also easily adjustable and designed to attach to a stroller. The price is on the higher side at just under 200, but this likely has everything you’re looking for.

Field Pouch V2

A bag doesn’t need to be designed to carry diapers to get the job done. Unlike previous examples, the Field Pouch V2 takes the minimalist approach with its sling bag design. The bag is compressible with a roll-top that creates significant expansion, doubling the bag’s volume. It’s also full of zip and stretch s to hold almost anything you can think of. Minimalist also describes the hit on your wallet, with this bag coming in at just under 50.

Dads deserve stylish diaper bags that fit their personality and lifestyle, even when toting a baby and all the things. These nine favorite diaper bags for dads offer a variety of styles for all types of dads out there; some might even make great Father’s Day gifts!

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The 7 Best Bluetooth Speakers. Spring 2023 Reviews

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If you like to wirelessly stream music, podcasts, and audiobooks from mobile devices, you’ll want a speaker that supports Bluetooth connectivity. Unlike speakers with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth-compatible speakers don’t rely on an Internet connection to stream audio. As a result, they tend to be more portable, and many also have an outdoor-oriented design with carrying straps or water-resistant bodies. However, finding the best speaker comes down to what matters most to you. With so many Bluetooth speakers on the market, you have many options for finding a device that meets your unique needs.

We’ve tested over 110 speakers, and below, you’ll find our recommendations for the best wireless Bluetooth speakers. If you want more options, check out our picks for the best Alexa speakers, the best-sounding Bluetooth speakers, and the loudest Bluetooth speakers.

Best Bluetooth Speaker

Sonos Move

The best Bluetooth speaker that we’ve tested is the Sonos Move. Thanks to its portable design, this speaker is a great choice for listening to your favorite tunes while on the go. Connect your phone or other mobile devices via Bluetooth, and you can stream everything from music, podcasts, and audiobooks right to the device. Its built-in voice assistants offer hands-free control, so you can check the weather, adjust the volume, or skip to the next song from anywhere in the room. If you own other Sonos products, you can integrate this speaker into your ecosystem to amplify audio across the room. This speaker’s sleek design makes it suitable for indoor and outdoor use. At your next backyard party, use the built-in handle to carry it outside, and its IP56 rating for dust and water resistance means that it’s protected against some exposure to the elements. This speaker gets pretty loud, too, and its sound quality makes it suitable for different music genres. You can adjust the bass and treble in the Sonos S2 app if you prefer a different sound. Overall, this speaker is a great fit for lots of different listeners.

Best Upper Mid-Range Bluetooth Speaker

Sony SRS-XG300

Looking for a more affordable Bluetooth speaker? Check out the Sony SRS-XG300, the best speaker in the mid-range we’ve tested. This stylish speaker has a boombox-like design available in either Black or Light Gray color variants. Streaming your music collection from your phone right to the speaker is easy, and its impressive sound quality ensures that instruments and voices are clear and present in the mix. Plus, it’s super customizable, and if you download the Sony Music Center app, you can access a graphic EQ to customize its frequency response across the range. There are even some preset modes, so you can quickly switch up the sound. This speaker is also great for outdoor use. It has a built-in handle, so it’s easy to carry, and it’s rated IP67 for dust and water resistance. It doesn’t have built-in voice assistant capabilities like the Sonos Move. Instead, you have to use the voice assistant from your paired smartphone, which means you can’t activate the speaker using only your voice. That said, not everyone wants a voice assistant-enabled speaker—so if that’s not for you, you may find that this speaker is a better value overall.

Best Mid-Range Bluetooth Speaker

Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM 3

The Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM 3 is an even more wallet-friendly option with great performance. You can buy this cylindrical speaker in various colors based on your style needs, and each comes with a built-in hook to help you bring it wherever you go. It’s portable by design and lightweight enough to carry along on your next picnic in the park. There’s also an IP67 rating for dust and water resistance in case you want to bring it to the pool or use it near the kitchen sink. Pairing your phone over Bluetooth makes it easy to enjoy your favorite tunes on this speaker. Its default sound adds some extra boom in the bass, bringing genres like EDM and hip-hop to life. Voices and lead instruments remain clear in the mix, and the added punch doesn’t overwhelm them. With your phone connected over Bluetooth, you can use its companion app to switch up its sound, thanks to the included graphic EQ. However, there are no voice assistant capabilities—even with your phone connected. If you want a voice assistant, you’ll want to pay a little more for one of the top speakers on our list, but if you don’t need it, you may find that the Ultimate Ears is the better value overall.

Best Budget Bluetooth Speaker

Ultimate Ears WONDERBOOM 3

The Ultimate Ears WONDERBOOM 3 is the best budget Bluetooth speaker we’ve tested. It’s a great choice for listening to music on the go, and it boasts a sturdy design that holds up against the elements. It’s rated IP67 for dust and water resistance and floats in water, too. As a result, it’s great for listening to tunes at your next pool party or while tanning beachside. This portable device made of recycled plastic is available in a couple of different colors and has a built-in hook for easy transport. For its price, this speaker offers a really solid sound quality. Regardless of what you’re listening to, voices and lead instruments remain clear and detailed. Plus, the Outdoor preset provides a more clear and crisp sound when you’re outside in more open-air spaces. With 22 hours of battery life, you can also rock out all night. You won’t find a companion app like the Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM 3, so you’re limited at customizing its sound, but you may not need it in the first place, given its clear sound. Ultimately, this speaker’s a great option if you’re on a tighter budget.

Best Cheap Bluetooth Speaker

Anker Soundcore 2

The Anker Soundcore 2 is the best wireless speaker we’ve tested if you want a cheaper pick. It offers a versatile performance for the price, making it a great choice for listening to music at home and on the go. Its small and lightweight design makes it easy to carry with you, and since it lasts for over 15 hours off a single charge, you can keep listening to your favorite tunes all day. Plus, it’s rated IPX7 for water resistance, protecting it from light exposure to water. Available in a few different colors, too, you can easily pick a style that meets your aesthetic. This speaker’s sound quality makes it suitable for listening to many types of audio content, from music to podcasts to audiobooks. Voices and lead instruments are clearly reproduced in the mix. However, compared to the Ultimate Ears WONDERBOOM 3, this speaker reproduces less rumble in the bass, especially noticeable with bass-centric genres like EDM and hip-hop. You won’t find any customization tools, either. For a little extra, you can splurge on the Anker Soundcore 3, which has a similar design but includes a graphic EQ and presets to switch up its sound. The Soundcore 2 is a solid bet if you prefer a cheaper option.

Best Home Bluetooth Speaker

Sonos Era 300

Many of our top picks include portable Bluetooth speakers designed to bring with you on the go. However, if you only plan to use your speaker within the confines of your home, you may prefer our best wireless speaker for home use—the Sonos Era 300. This 2023 release boasts a sleek, stylish design that fits into your home decor. With built-in Smart features like Amazon Alexa, you can enjoy hands-free control right from the comfort of your couch. It supports many of the same features available with the Sonos Move, including a room correction feature to optimize its sound based on your living space. And with both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, it’s easy to pair up with other devices to play your favorite tunes. Like other Sonos speakers, this device is designed to integrate into your existing Sonos ecosystem. You can use it alone or as a surround speaker when paired with a compatible soundbar. Since it supports Dolby Atmos, you can make the most of more immersive content like Dolby Atmos Music, found on music streamers like Apple Music. Given its premium performance, it’s not the most affordable speaker on the market. If you don’t listen to much Atmos content, you can always check out the smaller, more affordable Sonos Era 100. It doesn’t support Atmos but is still a premium option for home use with Bluetooth support.

Best Bluetooth Party Speaker

JBL PartyBox 310

Party speakers make a great addition to your next big event, with many extra features and functions to make the most of the experience. The JBL PartyBox 310 is one of the best party speakers we’ve tested with Bluetooth, and its large and striking design ensures it’ll stand out from the crowd. You can customize the RGB lights beneath its grilles to set the mood at your next big party, and mic and guitar inputs give extra flexibility for musicians and karaoke lovers. This speaker has no trouble getting loud, so your whole space fills with a thunderous sound. Any good party speaker can bring boom in the bass, and the JBL is no exception. Blast bass-heavy tunes like EDM and hip-hop, and you’ll shake the dance floor. Voices and lead instruments remain clear in the mix, meaning you can enjoy other vocal-centric genres easily. Plus, the sound customization tools in the speaker’s companion app let you customize its sound, so you can get the output you desire. You won’t find voice assistant support like with the Sonos Move, and its large design isn’t for everyone, but it’s a great option for party lovers.

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Our recommendations above are what we think are currently the best wireless Bluetooth speakers for most people to buy, according to their needs. We factor in the price (cheaper speakers win over pricier ones if the difference isn’t worth it), feedback from our visitors, and availability (no speakers that are difficult to find or almost out of stock everywhere).

If you would like to choose for yourself, here’s a list of all our reviews for the best Bluetooth speakers. Be careful not to get caught up in the details. There are no perfect speakers. Personal taste, preference, and listening habits will matter more in your selection.

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