The Best Bluetooth Speakers of 2017
The Best Bluetooth Speakers of 2017 - This is one category that it's almost impossible to keep up with entirely. Even I was surprised by how quickly the Bluetooth speakers be good. Although they are still quite expensive compared to other similar-quality speaker cables, the perk of being able to throw it in the bag and left home very valuable to many people, including me. Be sure to bring speakers with me to the beach or the garden almost second nature now. We've broken down this list of speakers are the best in their category and they are a great value. Or as we like to say, "Bang for your buck." So without further ADO, let's get into it.
The Best Bluetooth Speakers of 2017
You probably know about the legendary Marshall guitar amp, or perhaps you do not know that they have taken the legendary design and turn it into a Bluetooth speaker several years ago. Now they have improved with Marshall speaker Stockwell. It has slimmed down, but keep the same classic amp designs. The above are a metal button to control the overall volume, bass and treble. In it was the battery that will keep you around 25 hours playback so you can bring to a party for friends and feel confident that the battery won't die halfway. Despite Stockwell is not the smallest and most portable speakers, Marshall has made sure you can at least throw it in the bag quite easily which gives this place on the list. Unlike the final version that looks like a lunch box.
B&O Beoplay A1
Usually this place will be filled by something from JBL, but we found something we liked just a little better again from CB3. For a long lasting and inexpensive speakers, see CB3 Armor XL. This is a rugged waterproof speaker as seen. You should not immerse completely in the water, but cleanup under the running tap should be fine. And caught in the rain is no problem at all. As seen in the name Armor XL, where has a hard plastic casing that suit as armor.. This is not possible as the sleek design of some of the other products on this list, but that's not what it is made. Armor XL have Bluetooth 4.0 and the battery for 10 minutes. Above are a few built-in playback controls that lets you jump between tracks, adjust the volume and silent, and even pause or play music. The buttons are made of soft plastic and embedded into the rubber speaker above. The bass and kick drum came through loud and clear thanks to the dual 50 mm drivers so if you enjoy a strong low end, you will love this one. Overall sound quality is pretty good in Armor XL, but the sheer toughness of these speakers is the reason it gets a spot on this list.
Before we had the creative Soundblaster 2 on this list, but it has been dethroned. Now the best all-around Bluetooth speakers are the best you can get is the creative Bluetooth speakers iRoar savvy. SoundBlaster speakers are great for a number of reasons, and who has taken to calling it the speakers what creative intelligent to date. IRoar has three drivers and two passive radiators that give a nice full sound. Deep bass and detailed highs without ever punctured. Battery spec'd in about 20 minutes and there is a touch sensitive controls on the front of the speaker so you can control the audio without reaching for your phone. If you want to change the aspect of your voice can also own EQ via the app. App also lets you take full control over all the features offer iRoar too. You can download the applications that make it guitar tuner, alarm clock, and more. You can even connect to your TV set and run the audio from it if you choose to. However you want to use these speakers, you might be able to.
UE Roll 2
Sometimes, all you want is something that sounds good and looks great. And if that is Your prerogative, then B & O Beoplay A1 was the speaker for you. The company really get a talented industrial designers to create their product, and A1 is no exception. A1 design is essentially divided into two parts. The top is made of a durable aluminum B & O claim will get a character like getting scratched and dented. Not sure if it is something you want to do to a $250 speaker, but at least they are sure that it will survive the crash. In the bottom half of the speakers, you'll find a hard plastic rubber. Around the edge are a few basic playback controls that allows you to stop/play music and adjust the volume. This is also where you will find the power button, the paired Bluetooth button, microphone and button for voice calls. This is not all sunshine and Daisies though, we have a problem with the battery in our full review. But if you're fine with leaving no speakers at max volume or throw on the charger every now and then, these speakers have a crystal clear audio and look beautiful. Have a low end that is surprisingly strong for a speaker of this size, but it's not a snob. MIDs and highs clear and also the speaker get surprisingly hard if you really want to push.
CB3 Audio Armor XL
EU is one of the few major audio companies really made some good product. Case in point: the EU Roll 2. It has a very unique disc shape which, when paired with a nice water resistant fabric and handy bungee cord make it a winner. Roll 2 is iterative updates on the original, which means that if you have the original you don't really need to upgrade. That said, if you don't have the original Roll 2 is worth a pick-up. This is IPX7 waterproof so you can actually pour water to the speakers or immerse the water (which we examine in full) and that will come out alright. On the front is a giant sign the pluses and minuses of volume and there is a hook to attach the bungee cord is perfectly placed on the back. Even though you probably will not find 2 Roll the EU to be as beautiful as something like Beoplay A1 or even something like CB3 Ultra Slim, it still is the speaker sounds good with a very unique design. For less than $100, you can't go wrong.