Top Bluetooth Speakers That You Must Invest In
Sure, it’s easy and fun to ask Google Nest Speaker and Amazon Echo to play Beyoncé but they have a few downsides – first being an active and stable Wi-Fi connection. Having that said, Bluetooth speakers promise portability and can be ventured outside of the home without an internet connection and even tolerates rugged conditions like a Jacuzzi and beaches. So, whether you want the speakers for TV or speakers for record players, we have some amazing options mentioned below!
Take a look at our top picks for Bluetooth speakers that you must invest in, here:
JBL Xtreme 2
Ranging from pleasant sound to bold design, this speaker offers two of the biggest competitive edges. This is a JBL boombox speaker with a wireless design and is bigger than the first Xtreme, which might not be suitable for your drawing room. However, it has on-point functionality since there is a rubber port cover on the back for water resistance (IPX7 level) and can survive 1.5m of water. It includes a strap that might look old but is good for carrying around the speaker.
JBL Xtreme 2 is designed with JBL Connect+ with which you can connect over a hundred JBL speakers, so you can create a full sound experience. There is an LED battery indicator with five dots and can be charged with the USB. It has a 10,000mAh battery that provides fifteen hours of playback without dying in between. As for the sound, it is integrated with a passive radiator that improves the bass output, which also results in a coherent, controlled, and measured sound.
In addition, the mids are incredibly reliable and the treble is clear. There is a bit of granularity but that’s alright for a Bluetooth speaker of this level.
- 15 hours of battery life
- Passive radiator for strong sound
- Strong Bluetooth connection
- Tough build
- Water resistance IPX7
- 3.5mm aux input
Bose Soundbar 900
A fine combination of advanced features, affordability, and on-point performance, this is a versatile speaker that will provide the ultimate bang for your buck. This is a Dolby Atmos soundbar that can be connected with multiple music streaming platforms and voice assistants. It has a slick design and can be connected with the native app for better control over the speaker. The soundbar has nine drivers and has a PhaseGuide for Atmos that promises the best audio positioning.
It has Wi-Fi and HHDMI eARC connectivity along with a two-way Bluetooth connection (Bose really outdid itself with the connectivity part). It is 41-inches long, 2.3-inches high, and 4-inches deep, and can be found in white and black colors. It has tempered glass on top that adds to the aesthetics and two onboard controls look clean. As far as the sound is concerned, it has a boxy, thin, and even sound. In fact, the soundbar can project the sound according to width and the height of the room.
Bose Soundbar 900 provides better cohesiveness when connected with subwoofers and the sound also becomes sharper. To summarize, this soundbar not only works as a speaker but a home theater as well and it wouldn’t be wrong to call it an all-rounded package!
- Dolby audio and atmos supported
- Optical and HDMI inputs
- Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity
- Promising sound quality
- Slick design
So, which one will you opt for?