8 Loudest Bluetooth Speakers In 2020

Certain events, like parties and other group gatherings (both indoor and outdoor), require and depend heavily on the speaker quality and loudness. You can’t throw a large party without a big and powerful speaker (or speakers). That is simply unacceptable.

Today, we are here to help you get a better understanding of all the specs related to speaker loudness and to present to you our selection of the biggest, most powerful, and loudest Bluetooth speakers in 2020. We may also give you a few tips on what to look for and what to pay attention to when looking for a loud Bluetooth speaker. Ready? Let’s go.


Fun Facts About the Human Perception of Sound

Fact 1: The human ear is a very complex and very sensitive organ. The smallest change in loudness (aka SPL or Sound Pressure Level) an average ear can perceive is 1dB.

Fact 2: A seemingly small change in loudness/SPL can be perceived as significant by the human ear. For example, a 10dB change is perceived as twice as loud. So, if one speaker can reach the max SPL of 127dB, and the other goes only to 112dB, the difference in perceived loudness between the two is really big (the first one is perceived as more than twice as loud). 

Fact 3: The difference between dangerous and acceptable loudness (aka SPL or sound pressure level) is actually very small and subtle. For example, exposure to 90dB SPL for more than 8 hours/day can already cause noise-induced hearing loss. 90dB is the average noise that a lawnmower produces. If the noise level (SPL) increases by only 10dB (to 100dB), the max allowed exposure time is only 2h/day. Anything longer than that will, in the long run, cause some damage. 

If the noise level is 110dB, acceptable exposure time is less than half an hour. Just to put it into perspective for you – 70dB is the average SPL of a vacuum cleaner and the noise created by an alarm clock is rated at 80dB. So, even a speaker that plays at 80dB SPL can hardly be considered quiet (unless you already have some kind of hearing damage).

Fact 4: 120dB of noise is, by many authors and scientists, considered the threshold of pain, and any sound louder than 120dB can cause immediate damage. So, 120dB can be considered dangerously loud. Having in mind Fact 2, 120dB noise is 32x louder than a normal speech (approx. 70dB).

8 Loudest Bluetooth Speakers – Comparison Table

Loudest Bluetooth SpeakersRatingPriceReview
THE NEW SOUNDBOKS4.5Check AmazonRead Review
JBL PartyBox 3004.7Check Amazon
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Aiwa Exos-94.7Check Amazon
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Bose S1 Pro4.7Check Amazon
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ION Audio Tailgater iPA774.4Check Amazon
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JBL Boombox4.8Check Amazon
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Bose SoundTouch 304.6Check AmazonRead Review
Marshall Woburn II4.7Check Amazon
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Max SPL (Loudness) Comparison Table

SpeakerMax SPLPlaytime (at 50% volume)
THE NEW SOUNDBOKS126dBUp to 40 hours
JBL PartyBox 300107dBUp to 18 hours
Aiwa Exos-9105dBUp to 9 hours
Bose S1 Pro103dBUp to 11 hours
ION Audio Tailgater (iPA77)101dBUp to 35 hours
JBL Boombox104dBUp to 24 hours
Bose SoundTouch 30102dBNo battery/Not portable
Marshall Woburn II110dBNo battery/Not portable

Things You Should Know About Speaker Loudness

There are a few important things to know about speaker loudness before you start your search. These things can help you find the biggest, toughest, and loudest Bluetooth speaker. 

What Determines the Loudness of a Speaker?

To simplify things, two characteristics you can usually find in the specs list determine the max SPL of a speaker and can tell you how loud a speaker can be at max volume. The first one is the sensitivity (usually measured in dB at 1m distance while only 1W of power is supplied). The second one is the power rating (peak power output, to be more specific). The power output is measured in Watts (W). When you know these two values, you can tell how loud a speaker can be. You just need to know one more rule – when the power doubles, the SPL level increases by 3dB. 

Example: Assuming that a speaker has 88dB sensitivity (at 1m/1W) and the peak power output is 250W, the max SPL (when standing 1m away from the speaker) is 112dB. How? Supplying 1W of power created 88dB, 2W creates 91dB, 4W creates 94dB, 8W→97dB, 16W→100dB, 32W→103dB, 64W→106dB, 128W→109dB, 256W→112dB.


During the past few months, we’ve come across quite a few large and powerful Bluetooth speakers. For the purposes of this article, we gathered them all, tested them, compared them, and even did some measuring on our own (although we don’t really have the best conditions to perform the measuring and get perfectly accurate results). Finally, we came up with the following selection of 8 loudest Bluetooth speakers in 2020. 

8 Loudest Bluetooth Speakers in 2020


1. Loudest Portable Bluetooth Speaker – NEW SOUNDBOKS

NEW SOUNDBOKS

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NEW SOUNDBOKS is our top recommendation and it’s the loudest portable Bluetooth speaker on the market. It’s also one of the biggest Bluetooth speakers and the most powerful Bluetooth speakers you can find. NEW SOUNDBOKS is a perfect choice for both indoor and outdoor use, especially for parties. It can also be used as a PA system.

This is the third version of the highly praised SOUNDBOKS speaker line. The manufacturer kept all the great features of the previous two SOUNDBOKS speakers (powerful battery, durable and rugged design), improved some things that were already very good (Bluetooth connection, sound signature, loudness), and added a few new features (wireless/wired daisy-chaining, mic inputs, app).

Things we like

Just like the SOUNDBOKS 1 and 2, the NEW SOUNDBOKS has the same shape and rugged design. The corner balls are now made of silicone (the SOUNDBOKS 2 had aluminum balls), which improves the impact absorption and lowers the vibrations. The speaker also has an aluminum frame protecting all the edges and a thick removable grille with big honeycomb perforations protecting the drivers. You can also paint the grille or remove the SOUNDBOKS logo from it. 

The speaker houses a large battery compartment on the left side. The battery (also called the BATTERYBOKS 2) is removable/replaceable and rechargeable. You can buy as many batteries as you want and never stop partying. One battery will provide 40h at moderate volumes (or 5h at max volume). 

On the right side of the speaker, there’s a new control panel that looks very similar to the old one but has one additional button. Aside from the large volume dial and power button, there’s the HOST button for wireless daisy-chaining (allows you to pair multiple NEW SOUNDBOKS speakers together). 

On the back, you have an additional compartment with 4 analog inputs/outputs – one AUX input (for connecting non-Bluetooth sources), one AUX OUT (for connecting any two SOUNDBOKS speakers), and two combo XLR/6.35mm inputs (for connecting mixer, mic, or any other device featuring ¼-in connection). 

The speaker features Bluetooth 5.0 for connecting Bluetooth devices and music streaming. The connection is perfectly stable within the 100ft range. The unit doesn’t use Bluetooth for wireless daisy-chaining. Instead, it uses a proprietary SKAA connection. This connection allows you to pair up to 5 NEW SOUNDBOKS speakers together.

Probably the greatest change, compared to the previous two SOUNDBOKS speakers, is in the driver arrangement and design. Consequently, these changes brought us a completely new, more refined sound signature, with a much better balance. The unit houses two large 10in woofers and one compression driver tweeter. Instead of front-firing bass reflex ports, the new SOUNDBOKS speaker has a large pulse reflex port (it’s basically a hole going through the speaker).

The NEW SOUNDBOKS stayed very loud, even louder than the previous two speakers (126dB). The advertised RMS power output is 216W. The sound has a much better balance, with clearer mids, more consistent highs, and powerful bass (but not as overwhelming as it was on the SOUNDBOKS 2).

The new SOUNDBOKS comes with a companion app called the SOUNDBOKS app. The app allows you to control the playback, volume, play with the EQ settings, control the volume of XLR channels, etc.

Things we don’t like

NEW SOUNDBOKS is not as bassy as the previous SB2. If all you are looking for is overwhelming bass, the SOUNNDBOKS 2 is a viable alternative. And it’s also cheaper than the NEW SOUNDBOKS.

The speaker still has no playback controls. To stop the music or change the song, you still have to use your phone. 

Even though it has a huge battery, the speaker doesn’t have any USB charge-out ports for charging other devices. 

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2. Loudest Party Speaker with Lights – JBL PartyBox 300

JBL PartyBox 300

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A great party speaker, if you ask us, has to be loud and should have built-in lighting. Our top choice in this category is the JBL’s PartyBox speaker line. For the purposes of this article, we reviewed the PartyBox 300, but there’s an even louder speaker from this line called PartyBox 1000. If you are looking for a cheaper and more portable party speaker, try PartyBox 100 or 200.

PartyBox speaker line is similar to the SONY’s GTK XB line, only more powerful, more versatile, easier to use, louder, and with a much stronger battery. XB90 is the biggest Bluetooth speaker from the XB line and it still can’t compete with the PartyBox 300. 

Things we like

In terms of design, PartyBox 300 is fairly similar to the GTK XB speakers. It’s a similar boxy design with lighted woofers on the front, controls on the top, and inputs on the back. Just like the XB speakers, PartyBox 300 can be oriented either vertically or horizontally, thanks to its driver arrangement.

The front panel is fully covered with a strong black grille. The grille protects two woofers (6.5in each) and three tweeters (2.25in each). The tweeters are strategically positioned in three corners, enabling you to place the speaker horizontally or vertically. 

On the top, there’s a simple control panel with playback and volume controls on one end, and power, lighting, and Bluetooth buttons on the other end.

All the physical inputs and some additional controls are on the back. The speaker has a 12V DC input as well as AC input. You also have one AUX input, one RCA input, one RCA OUT, and two ¼-in inputs (guitar and mic) with dedicated volume dials. Finally, PartyBox 300 has one USB port that can be used for both – music playback and charging. 

The speaker has a large and powerful 10.4Ah rechargeable battery. At moderate volumes, you will get almost 18h of playback (5h at full blast). You can charge the battery and power the speaker via DC or AC input.

PartyBox 300 uses Bluetooth 4.2 with up to 50ft of wireless range. The connection is stable and reliable within that range.  You can also pair two speakers wirelessly or you can pair them by connecting the RCA output port of one speaker to the RCA input port of the other speaker. To switch between stereo and party mode, you can use the L/R button on the back.

The most impressive thing about JBL PartyBox 300 is the sound output. It’s quite powerful but also nicely balanced, with clear mids, and engaging highs. 

Things we don’t like

Unlike Sony’s GTK XB speakers, JBL Party Box speakers don’t come with an app.

JBL PartyBox 300 is not very rugged and it has no IPX rating, so you should be careful around pools.

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3. Loudest Bluetooth Speaker Under $300 – Aiwa Exos-9

Aiwa Exos-9

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Aiwa Exos-9 is one of the loudest Bluetooth speakers under $300 and, more importantly, it’s also one of the best-sounding Bluetooth speakers in this price range. It’s portable, easy to use, versatile, and reliable. The most important disadvantage is the build quality. This thing is not rugged at all and it’s not IPX rated, which makes it slightly less suitable for outdoor use. The manufacturer recently released the upgraded version called Exos-9X. Unfortunately, they didn’t improve the build – they only doubled the battery life. 

Things we like

Exos-9 looks like a good old boombox player. It resembles the old Aiwa boomboxes but it’s stylized and more attractive.

The front panel is almost entirely protected by a removable, semi-transparent grille. At the top, right above the grille, you have a simple LCD display and a volume knob. The grille protects 5 drivers – a 6.5in bass driver, two 3in mid-woofers, and two 1in tweeters.

On the top, there’s a touch-sensitive control panel that allows you to control the playback, adjust the EQ settings (4 available presets + 5 independently adjustable frequency bands), and pair two speakers wirelessly (True Wireless Stereo). 

On the back, in the right corner, there’s the power input, USB power-out port (for charging other devices), micro USB port for updates, and a standard 3.5mm input.

The wireless connection runs on Bluetooth 4.2. The speaker supports NFC pairing and provides a stable connection within the 50ft range.

The battery is located on the back. It’s removable/replaceable and rechargeable. At moderate volumes (around 85dBs), you will get up to 9 hours (3-4h at full blast). It takes more than 5h to fully charge the battery and you can play the music while charging.

The best thing about Exos-9 is, without a doubt, the sound quality. Not only because it’s loud but also because it’s very sophisticated and smooth. The bass is strong and punchy, the mids are clear and detailed, and the treble is consistent and accurate. 

Things we don’t like

The lack of ruggedness makes Exos-9 a bit less suitable for outdoor use than some other Bluetooth speakers. It can be used outdoor but you have to be careful with it.

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4. Loudest Bose Bluetooth Speaker – Bose S1 Pro

Bose S1 Pro

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If you are wondering what’s the loudest portable Bluetooth speaker from Bose, it’s this one – S1 Pro. It is a great PA speaker and it can be used for parties and other outdoor events. This speaker is also a great choice for musicians. You can connect a guitar or a mic to it, and you can control the volume of each source independently.

Things we like

S1 Pro is a stylish and easily recognizable Bluetooth speaker. It features an angular design that allows you to place it on a side or vertically. You can even mount it on a stand. It feels rugged and durable, but it is not water-resistant or waterproof.

All the inputs and controls are located on the left panel. You have two combo XLR/6.35mm inputs that allow you to connect the guitar or mic. For each of these two inputs, there’s a guitar/mic selector, dedicated volume dial, as well as reverb, bass, and treble dials. The speaker also has an AUX input, Bluetooth button, and AUX output for daisy-chaining two speakers together.

S1 Pro has a rechargeable battery that can provide you with 11 hours of continuous playtime at 50% volume (up to 4h at full volume).

The speaker also features so-called ToneMatch technology. ToneMatch is responsible for the automatic sound equalizations and allows you to have the best possible sound output, regardless of the speaker orientation and your surroundings.

If you want more control over the playback and EQ settings, you can download and install the Bose Connect app.

S1 Pro delivers pretty great sound. It’s loud but it’s also clear, detailed, and engaging. If you’re a bass-head, you may want something with bigger bass output.

The last thing we have to mention is that Bose S1 Pro comes with a Shure mic and one XLR cable.

Things we don’t like

S1 Pro is the loudest portable Bluetooth speaker from Bose but it’s not the loudest in its price range. You can find quite a few Bluetooth speakers that are louder than the S1 Pro and cost less.

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5. Loudest Bluetooth Speaker for Tailgating – ION Audio Tailgater iPA77

ION Audio Tailgater iPA77

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ION Audio Bluetooth speakers, in general, are perfect for tailgating. They are large, rugged, loud, feature-rich, and easy to use. Today, we’re reviewing the Tailgater. It can be used as a PA system, party speaker, karaoke speaker, etc. If you’re interested in similar speakers, you should also check out other ION Audio speakers (Block Rocker Plus, Pathfinder, Raptor, Road Warrior, and Explorer). 

Things we like

Tailgater features a simple boxy design. The enclosure is made of MDF and has reinforcements along the edges. The corners are additionally reinforced. The whole speaker looks durable and very solid. There are two handles on the left and right ends so you can carry it around. Considering the size, adding a pair of wheels and a telescoping handle would’ve been a better idea.

The largest portion of the front panel is protected by a strong metal grille. At the top, there’s a simple control panel. The panel is angled backward and houses all the controls and inputs. In the middle, you have an LCD display (shows the battery status, Bluetooth connection status, AM/FM frequency). The control panel houses one AUX input, one 6.35mm mic input (one mic is included in the package), and one charge-out USB port. Also, the control panel houses two volume dials (mic volume and master volume), and 5 control/mode buttons (Bluetooth button, AM/FM button, two tuning buttons, and play/pause button).

Tailgater features Bluetooth connectivity. It provides a stable wireless connection and has a pretty good range of up to 50ft. Aside from wireless connectivity, you can play music from any source with a 3.5mm output, you can listen to the radio (AM and FM tuners), or you can connect the included mic and use the speaker for karaoke or as a PA system.

The built-in battery delivers 35-40 hours of continuous playtime. The recharge takes less than 6 hours. 

The Tailgater houses two drivers – a 6.5in woofer and 1in horn tweeter. The bass is strong, punchy, but not very deep and thumping. The mids are not the most detailed but are fairly clear. The treble is pretty consistent and accurate.

Things we don’t like

Tailgater iPA77 is rugged and durable but it’s not waterproof. It’s not IPX rated at all.

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6. Loudest Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker – JBL Boombox

JBL Boombox

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Many loud Bluetooth speakers are rugged and maybe even have some IPX rating but very few are fully waterproof. If you’re looking for the loudest waterproof Bluetooth speaker, our top suggestion is JBL Boombox. Altec Lansing Xpedition 8 is the second-best. 

JBL Boombox is IPX7-certified, it has a simple control scheme, powerful battery, and it’s very loud. Until the introduction of the JBL PartyBox line, Boombox was the biggest and loudest portable Bluetooth speaker made by JBL. Now, it’s ‘’only’’ the loudest waterproof Bluetooth speaker.  

Things we like

JBL Boombox is a supersized version of those very popular JBL Bluetooth speakers like JBL Charge, Extreme, or JBL Flip. It has the same cylindrical design with a strong waterproof fabric wrapped around the speaker. On the bottom, you have a rubberized base and, on the top, there’s a nice and durable handle. On the left and right ends, you have those recognizable JBL passive bass radiators.

The speaker has a very simple control scheme, just like the smaller JBL Bluetooth speakers. There are 6 buttons on the front side. You can use those buttons to control the playback, volume, initiate pairing, or pair multiple JBL Boombox speakers together (Connect + feature).

The speaker has a fully rubberized stand. On the front side of the stand, there’s a simple battery status indicator. On the back, you have two mode buttons and a hidden compartment with all the inputs. Those two mode buttons allow you to switch between indoor and outdoor sound – they are basically two different EQ settings. The input panel houses one AUX input, two USB charge-out ports (they can’t be used for music playback), a micro USB port, and a power/charging port.

JBL Boombox has an amazing battery. The capacity is 20Ah and the advertised continuous playtime is 24h (at moderate volumes). The recharge takes up to 7h and you can use it even while charging.

The speaker features wireless connectivity – it runs on Bluetooth 4.2 and it’s reliable and stable within the standard 30ft Bluetooth range. Multipoint pairing is supported – you can connect two phones wirelessly at the same time. Also, thanks to the Connect + feature and JBL’s Connect + app, you can pair two JBL Boombox speakers or any two speakers that support Connect + and play the music in stereo or party mode.

JBL Boombox houses two 4in woofers and two 0.8in tweeters. They are all front-firing so you won’t get 360-sound, but you will most certainly get a very loud, bass-heavy sound, especially when the outdoor mode is engaged. The speaker has a lower power output when battery-operated (40W). It’s louder in AC mode (60W).

Things we don’t like

JBL Boombox doesn’t support NFC quick pairing.

The JBL Connect app doesn’t offer any EQ settings.

The speaker doesn’t deliver 360-sound.

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7. Loudest Multiroom Bluetooth Speaker – Bose SoundTouch 30

Bose SoundTouch 30

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Unlike all the previous big Bluetooth speakers, Bose SoundTouch 30 is not portable, but it features Bluetooth connectivity and it’s loud, which means it meets the most important requirements. That’s why it’s on the list and it’s our top recommendation if you are looking for the loudest multiroom speaker.

SoundTouch 30 features both Bluetooth and wi-fi connectivity, it’s super easy to use, it is compatible with other SoundTouch speakers and with Alexa-enabled devices, 

Things we like

SoundTouch is a simple, boxy speaker but just like any other speaker made by Bose, it looks very attractive. Most of the front panel is protected with a fabric grille. In the middle of the front panel, there’s a great-looking vertical display. 

All the controls are on the top. You have 6 preset buttons (for saving your favorite internet stations and music services), a power button, Bluetooth/AUX selector, and two volume buttons. You will also get a remote with all these buttons (+ two additional thumbs up/thumbs down buttons) and the SoundTouch app. So, in total, there are three ways to control the playback and everything else.

On the rear panel, there’s the AC input, Ethernet port, AUX input, and two USB ports for service purposes. 

SoundTouch 30 features both – Bluetooth ad wi-fi connectivity so there are many ways to stream music wirelessly. Also, the SoundTouch 30 is compatible with numerous music streaming services and internet radio stations including Pandora, Spotify, Amazon Music, iTunes, TuneIn, Deezer, iHeart Radio, etc. And it’s compatible with Alexa-enabled devices.

SoundTouch 30 is a multiroom speaker and is compatible with all the Bose SoundTouch speakers. 

The speaker houses two 2in Twiddler speakers and one 4.5in woofer. The sound is very well balanced. The bass response is fast, punchy, and accurate. The mids are clear and detailed, and the treble is a little bit recessed (but it’s not dull). For a speaker of its size, SoundTouch 30 can be quite loud. Sure, it’s nowhere near the NEW SOUNDBOKS or other big Bluetooth speakers, but it’s still more than most people need (especially for indoor use). 

Things we don’t like

SoundTouch 30 doesn’t have a built-in battery and has to be plugged in.

Real bass-heads will need something with more thump.

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8. Loudest Bluetooth Speaker for Indoor Use – Marshall Woburn II

Marshall Woburn II

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Once known for its guitar amps and professional audio equipment, Marshall is now also a very reputable name on the Bluetooth speaker and headphone market. Marshall’s line of Bluetooth speakers has been highly praised for its design, ease of use, and sound quality. 

Marshall Woburn II is the biggest Bluetooth speaker made by Marshall and, naturally, it’s also the loudest. This one is our absolute favorite when it comes to desktop Bluetooth speakers. The only downside of this speaker is the lack of battery. Just like Bose SoundTouch, Woburn II is not portable.

Things we like

Woburn II and the whole Marshall speaker line is one of the most attractive on the market. Woburn II features a very recognizable, some would even say iconic Marshall guitar amp design. It has a solid wooden cabinet wrapped in a nicely textured vinyl. The drivers are protected with a great-looking grille with the Marshall logo on it. Overall, it looks very refined, very sophisticated.

The controls are simple and easy to use. All the buttons are located on the top. There’s one input selector (AUX/RCA/Bluetooth), three dials with backlit scales (volume dial, bass dial, and treble dial), play/pause button, and a power switch. 

The speaker is fairly versatile. It features Bluetooth 5.0 and has aptX support. It also has one AUX input on the top and one RCA input on the back. The Bluetooth connection works like a charm and the range extends over 50ft. The speaker supports multipoint pairing (you can pair two phones with it at the same time). Also, you can pair two Woburn II speakers together and get a louder mono sound (Ambient mode) or stereo sound (Stereo mode). In order to daisy-chain two speakers and select the mode, you have to use the Marshall Bluetooth app. This app also allows you to play with the EQ settings and control the playback.

Marshall Woburn II houses two 5.25in woofers and two 0.75in tweeters. Each driver is driven by a dedicated Class-D amp (50Wx2 for the woofers and 15Wx2 for the tweeters). The speaker sounds exactly the same as it looks – very refined. The bass is present, fast, and punchy. The midrange is clear, detailed, and sweet. The highs are accurate and consistent. All in all, it’s an engaging and quite enjoyable sound signature.

Things we don’t like

Woburn II is not portable – it has no built-in battery.

The Marshall app is not very stable and needs some improvements.

At this price point (approx. $450), you can also find a speaker with wi-fi connectivity and some additional features (Alexa compatibility, Chromecast, Airplay). Woburn II is just a Bluetooth speaker with two additional analog audio inputs (AUX and RCA). 

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This was our selection of 8 loudest Bluetooth speakers in 2020. Hopefully, it helped you find the most powerful Bluetooth speaker for your needs or at least figure out what to look for in a Bluetooth speaker if you want a loud one. If you need more info, scroll through the FAQs section and see our answers. If you have an opinion or experience you want to share, leave a comment below.


How is Loudness Measured?

The manufacturers rarely (almost never) publish the max loudness (max SPL) of their speakers. The only exception is when their speakers are much louder than the competition and they want to brag about it. There’s no international standard for measuring sensitivity and max SPL, but most manufacturers do it in an anechoic room with a calibrated mic at a 1m distance. The mic is placed in the sweet spot (usually in-line with the axis passing through the center of the speaker cabinet). The measuring is done multiple times. Some manufacturers do it while the speaker plays only one frequency (usually 1kHz), or a range of frequencies (300Hz-3kHZ), or a full audible range. 

So, how to compare these values when the process is not standardized? Can you compare them at all? Honestly, without any extensive knowledge and understanding of speaker sensitivity or without your own research, you can hardly compare the max SPL values of different speakers. So, what’s the point of the whole story, you may ask. Well, it’s important because it can help you understand marketing gimmicks some unethical manufacturers use. 

How is Loudness Measured

You see, the manufacturers sometimes advertise unrealistic values and try to trick you into buying their product. Some would say that their speakers are super-compact yet incredibly loud. Some would even show you the pictures of a decibel meter standing right next to the speaker measuring 130dB. Some YouTube reviewers also measure the loudness by placing the dB meter right next to the speaker. But you must always be aware of one thing – the measuring should be done at 1m distance. Why? Because every increase/decrease in distance results in significant changes in perceived loudness. 

You already know, intuitively, that the loudness decreases when you move away from the speaker. What you don’t know is that it decreases by 6dB when you double the distance. The opposite thing happens when you move closer to the speaker – if you are 2m (6.6ft) away and reduce the distance to 1m (3.3ft), the perceived SPL increases by 6dB. Also, if you reduce the distance from 1m (3.3ft) to 0.5m (1.65ft), the loudness increases again by 6dB. If you approach again, you get another 6dB increase. 

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Placing the decibel meter right next to the speaker can increase the loudness by up to 40dB (compared to the SPL measured at 1m). So, if some manufacturer claims that its speaker can play at 130dB and shows you the picture or video of a decibel meter placed right next to the speaker, you should know it’s a lie. We are not going to tell what manufacturers use this trick, but you will know if you stumble upon a speaker like that.


FAQs

Q: What Bluetooth speaker is the loudest?

A: Our current top recommendation is the NEW SOUNDBOKS. However, this is not your only option when it comes to extremely loud, extremely powerful Bluetooth speakers. Here are some more suggestions – JBL PartyBox 1000 ($1,200), DiamondBoxx XL2 ($1,800), Bumpboxx UpRock V1S ($900). Our list of 8 loudest Bluetooth speakers in 2020 gathers all kinds of very loud Bluetooth speakers for different purposes, so make sure to check it out. You may also want to check out our articles about the best portable Bluetooth speakers with wheels, best Bluetooth speakers with stands, and best tailgating speakers. All these articles gather some of the biggest and most powerful Bluetooth speakers on the market.

Q: What is the loudest cheap Bluetooth speaker?

A: What’s cheap for you? Is it anything under $50, under $100, or under $300? For some people, even $500 is not too much (but most of us will agree that 500 bucks or even $300 can hardly be considered cheap). If you want a relatively cheap but quite loud and powerful Bluetooth speaker, try ION Audio speakers. Most of them are priced between $100 and $200. ION Audio speakers are probably the loudest cheap Bluetooth speakers on the market. Our top recommendations when it comes to speakers under $300 are Bumpboxx Flare 6, Aiwa Exos-9, Altec Lansing Xpedition 8, BRAVEN BRV-XXL/2. If you want something more refined with better sound quality, and much louder sound, you will have to spend more than $300.

Q: What is the loudest Bose Bluetooth speaker?

A: The loudest Bose Bluetooth speaker is Bose S1 Pro.

Q: What is the loudest portable Bluetooth speaker?

A: The loudest portable Bluetooth speaker that we know of is the NEW SOUNBOKS. The previous two SOUNDBOKS versions are also extremely loud and powerful and are viable alternatives. The same goes for JBL PartyBox 1000 ($1,200), DiamondBoxx XL2 ($1,800), Bumpboxx UpRock V1S ($900).

Q: Which Bluetooth speaker has the best sound?

A: The loudest sound and best sound quality are not necessarily synonyms. Of all the speakers on our list of 8 loudest Bluetooth speakers in 2020, we loved Marshall Woburn II the most. It has a very refined and almost perfectly balanced sound output. Aiwa Exos-9 sounds great, too. The same goes for the NEW SOUNDBOKS and JBL Partybox 300.

Q: What is the loudest waterproof Bluetooth speaker?

A: The loudest fully waterproof Bluetooth speaker that we know of is JBL Boombox. Altec Lansing Xpedition 8 is a good alternative and it’s also fully waterproof.

Q: How loud is 140 decibels?

A: 140dB is extremely loud. It’s much louder than the human ear can handle and it can cause immediate damage. Many types of firearm can produce this kind of noise (or higher). Also, an aircraft engine can produce more than 140db during takeoff.

172 Comments

  • James Korsmo

    Okay James, you have awesome article here,thanks for that.I have some questions for you so please tell me this,
    Is it the same volume on Aiwa when we use the battery?
    Can I use a microphone with Marshall woburn?
    Are soundtouch 30 from Bose better than previous models that I mentioned?

    Thanks in advance!
    Happy holidays

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, James

      1. There’s no difference in volume (power output) when using Aiwa Exos-9 in wireless mode.
      2. You can’t use the microphone with Marshall Woburn.
      3. In my opinion, both Marshall Woburn and Aiwa Exos are better than Bose SoundTouch 30.

      Hope this answers your questions

      Your AudioReputation Team

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, Russel

      We’ve had some questions about Turtlebox in the past and you can find our answers in the comment section.

      Here’s one short quote: ”It’s a pretty cool and very rugged speaker. However, every speaker on our list is louder than Turtlebox. Compared to SOUNDBOKS, DiamondBoxx, ION AUDIO Road Warrior or Aiwa Exos 9, Turtlebox is just a tiny little speaker. Turtlebox has its qualities but it’s not as loud as the speakers on our list.”

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    • AudioReputation Team

      Is that a joke, Coldy?

      No, it’s not better than JBL Boombox. It’s practically impossible to compare these two. Soundcore 2 and JBL Boombox are completely different types of speakers.

      Maybe, you wanted to ask about SOUNDBOKS 2. If that’s the case, then yes. SB2 is a better choice than JBL Boombox.

      Hope this helps

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    • AudioReputation Team

      Just because this article needs a small update. We’ll do it ASAP.

      Thanks for your suggestion, Tom

      Your AudioReputation Team

  • Karin

    Hello everyone 🙂

    The retro design and the really powerful sound make the Marshall Woburn my favorite speaker so far. I am using it for a few days now and the sound is super cool. Absolutely no distortion at high volumes, which I expected to exist to be honest. The quality is great and it’s pretty simple to use. Just what I wanted to, plus it fits my budget.

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, Karin

      Thanks for sharing your impressions about Marshall Woburn. We’re glad you love it.

      Your AudioReputation Team

  • K. Strong

    This thing gets really loud and the sound is still clear at high volumes. It didn’t take long to learn how to use the Fluance Fi70B. There is one thing I hate about it and it’s its weight. With 82 pounds of weight I wouldn’t call it portable.

    All the best
    Strong

    • AudioReputation Team

      Well, that’s because it’s not portable. Fi70B is designed for indoor use and has to be plugged in at all times.

      Your AudioReputation Team

  • Deep Trivedi

    Visiting your page for the first time and i am really impressed.

    What is the range of the bluetooth for braven brv-xxl model?

    How many types of speakers are inside brv-xxl model and do you know how many watts does it use?

    Waiting for your reply.Tnks!

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, Deep Trivedi

      BRV-XXL features Bluetooth V2.1 and has a standard 33ft Bluetooth range. The speaker has 4 HD woofers, one down-firing subwoofers, and two passive bass radiators. The manufacturer didn’t publish the max or RMS power output. If you want to find out more about Braven BRV-XXl, you should read our in-depth review (link).

      • Deep Trivedi

        Thanks for this review!

        One more question please…

        where can i buy additional battery for brv-xxl? I need this for camping.
        Thanks

        • AudioReputation Team

          Hi, Deep Trivedi

          The battery inside BRV-XXL is NOT replaceable and it’s not sold separately.

          Sorry

          Your AudioReputation Team

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, Harry

      Yes, Exos 9 is very loud but it all depends on the size of the party and on the space you want to fill out with sound. If you are throwing a party for up to 50 people in your living room, Exos 9 is a nice choice. If you’re throwing a larger outdoor party, you might need a larger speaker(s) or two Aiwa Exos 9 speakers.

      Hope this helps

      Your AudioReputation Team

    • AudioReputation Team

      Mostly because it’s a great speaker but also because it’s hand-made in the US.

      Hope this answers your question

      Your AudioReputation Team

  • Artin

    Hello guys,

    I am really hesitating between Teufel Rockster and The New Soundboks. Please make a clean explanation at which does better. The only thing keeping me from buying the Rockster is the distortion when you increase the volume above 60-70% ( not sure it’s true i’ve never listened to this speaker on live ). The new Soundboks on the other hand troubles me with it’s bass. Is it consistent can you use 3rd party software to make it more deep.
    I am looking forward for your competitive answer .

    Thanks a lot,

    Artin

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, Artin

      First of all, if you want to find out more about the New Soundboks, you should read our in-depth review (link).

      Our choice would be The New Soundboks but mostly because it’s easier to order. Ordering Rockster is not exactly hassle-free and it will cost you more (if you have read our review, you know why). Both speakers are extremely loud but Rockster does have stronger and deeper bass response. You can use any third-party software to elevate the bass response of the New Soundboks but it’s still not going to match the Rockster’s performance.

      Hope this helps

      Your AudioReputation Team

    • AudioReputation Team

      Well, any rugged and battery-powered speaker from this list is a good choice for outdoor use.

      Hope this answers your question, Villiam

      Your AudioReputation Team

  • Sergio García

    Hello James Longman,

    My name is Sergio García from Spain.

    You have a great article here but need your help

    I don’t know which one to buy from this list- Nyne Rock,Xpedition 8 or JBL boombox…what is the difference,which speaker has best bass and what speaker are good for outdoor use?

    Waiting for your reply.

    Thank you

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, Sergio

      You could try reading the article (or just those three reviews). Here’s a digest version,, just for you:

      They are all pretty good for outdoor use, but Altec Lansing Xpedition 8 and JBL Boombox are better than Nyne Rock, since they are fully waterproof (IPX7 certified). Nyne Rock features only IPX3 rating.

      Also, they are all very loud, but Xpedition 8 is the loudest. JBL Boombox is quite bassy but it’s also quite boomy at high volumes (noticeable distortion at high volumes).

      In our opinion, Xpedition 8 is the best out of those three.

      Hope this helps

      Your AudioReputation Team

  • sony lover

    I am a huuuuuuge Sony fan for years and I have been using their speakers for quite a while. Recently I have purchased the Sony GTKXB90 and I can say it goes hand by hand with some top brands in the industry. The sound is great, just like the battery which lasts more than expected. A quite handy thing to have is the app which allows you to play with the lights and EQ settings. I would definitely recommend it to everyone.

  • Dylan

    Hi guys,

    The AiwaExos-9 is one of the best portable speakers I have tried so far. The body is made mainly of quality plastics, with a metal grille in front of it. A really cool thing is that the battery can be easily removed and replaced if necessary. If you are looking for a portable speaker with a good battery life, crisp and clear sound, you won’t make a mistake by buying this one.

    Dylan

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, Alauddin

      ION Audio Road Warrior doesn’t support wireless daisy-chaining (you can pair two speakers together via Bluetooth).

      Hope this answers your question

      Your AudioReputation Team

  • Karen

    The JBL Boombox is a great choice if you want a powerful Bluetooth speaker you can transport easily. The clean and simple design will make you fall in love with it. And the best thing of all, it can be really loud. It’s like having a concert in your backyard. The price may be a bit high but it’s worth it.

    Karen

  • Johnny

    I was looking for a decent replacement to my old speakers and really wanted to get something portable to use either in my backyard or in my home. The AWIA EXOS 9 appeared to be just what I was looking for and bought it. All I can say is – Money well spent! The sound is incredible, clear and powerful. No distortion at all.

  • J. Brennan

    I can’t describe how much I love my Braven! Although the price was a bit over my budget I decided to buy it after all and haven’t regretted the investment a bit. This speaker is heavy and powerful. The shoulder strap is a perfect add-on to the speaker. You can carry it wherever you want. Great sound and a strong bass. Just like with other portable speakers, the volume you are listening music at affects the battery life. However, the battery life is decent. It’s definitely a speaker worth buying.

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, Stephen

      Just a small note before we start comparing them. The third version of SOUNDBOKS is called the NEW SOUNDBOKS, not SOUNDBOKS 3. We did a review on it a few weeks ago (link).

      Both speakers are extremely loud and they are both perfect for parties. They both have mic inputs, but JBL PartyBox has also a guitar input a and USB input. PartyBox 1000 also has a nice lighting and a DJ Pad. PartyBox is a bit more versatile and it’s a better choice in case you want to set the mood for party without any additional lighting equipment.

      Both speakers support wireless and wired daisy-chaining. JBL PartyBox 1000 allows you to pair only 2 speakers together while the NEW SOUNDBOKS allows you to pair 5 NEW SOUNDBOKS speakers together wirelessly (via Bluetooth) or an unlimited number of SOUNDBOKS speakers in wired mode.

      NEW SOUNDBOKS speaker is definitely much more rugged and has IP65-certified electronic components and drivers. JBL PartyBox 1000, on the other hand, is not IPX-certified.

      You won’t regret buying any of these two speakers. Your choice depends only on your preferences and your priorities.

      Hope this helps

      Your AudioReputation Team

        • AudioReputation Team

          Well, they are both large party speakers which means they are both extremely loud and they both have a great bass response.

          Compared to the previous Soundboks 2, the New Soundboks has more refined, punchier, and faster bass (but not as deep). The manufacturer paid more attention to the balance and tried to make the midrange (especially the vocals) clearer. The treble response is consistent. It’s not extremely detailed but it’s enjoyable.

          PartyBox 1000 also has slightly elevated high-bass frequencies but it’s not boomy like some previous JBL speakers (JBL BoomBox, for example). The midrange is clear and detailed, and the high-end is on a bright side but not too harsh or painful.

          So, to conclude, they both deliver the kind of sound that’s perfect for parties. You just have to go through other specs, consider all the additional and advanced features, and buy the one that meets your needs and requirements.

          Your AudioReputation Team

  • Harjo - Fluance Fi70B

    I have had experience with Fluance speakers before. However, since I am really tired of wires and cables I decided to go with the Fluance Fi70B. It’s definitely worth the money. The sound is clear, with no distortion at almost 90% volume. If you live in an apartment, I wouldn’t recommend it if you want to stay in good relationship with your neighbors.

    Although it can be considered portable, it’s just too heavy. So, if you plan to take it with you here and there, maybe you should think again before you buy it.

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, Harjo

      Thanks for sharing your impressions about Fi70B. Just a small note – Fi70B is not portable, but not only because of its size. It’s not portable because it’s not battery-operated and has to be plugged in all the time.

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    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, Hermin

      This is the old list and it hasn’t been updated, yet. The NEW SOUNDBOKS definitely deserves to be on this list and will be included (at some point). We did a review on the NEW SOUNDBOKS a few weeks ago and you can read it if you are interested (link).

      Your AudioReputation Team

  • Shirley White

    Hello,

    Let’s get straight to the point. The SOUNDBOKS 2 is an awesome portable speaker. It isn’t that heavy. It’s loud with clear sound. The battery life is great too. The Secure Bluetooth option is pretty cool because no one will be able to hijack the connection. Each and every time you will have to connect manually, there is no auto connect option. Some people will like it , others won’t but for me it’s great. The Bluetooth 3.0 connection must be improved in future models.

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, Shirley

      Thanks for sharing your impressions about Soundboks 2. They have already upgraded the Bluetooth and released the third version. It’s called NEW SOUNDBOKS. We did a review on it a few weeks ago. You can read it if you’re interested (link).

      Your AudioReputation Team

  • Alex Cusack

    I am so glad I found this website. Very detailed and well written article.

    I’m a big fan of speakers. I have Marshall Woburn two years. This is a fantastic speaker with the best sound.

    The sound is pretty strong and I don’t think it has any competition in sound quality. What do you think James? 🙂

  • Mary Gilford

    The first impression when I got the BRAVEN BRV-XXL speaker was excellent. Clean, rugged design, the charging cable is long enough, the shoulder strap is a huge bonus. Although it’s quite loud and clear at max volume, I expected it to be a bit louder considering its size. The battery life is quite decent. There are a few things I would like to see in the next version though: better battery life 15+ hours at maximum volume, it has to be a bit louder, more color options. Thumbs up for Braven!

  • Agustin Casime

    If you want something really good you can try Sony GTKXB90. It’s pretty loud with great sound.

    What do you think bro, what is the best speaker on your list here? I’m just interested in knowing.

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, Agustin

      If you are talking about the looks, then yeah. Sony GTKXB90 looks really great. But if you are talking about the sound (loudness, clarity, richness, the amount of detail), DiamondBoxx XL, Marshall Woburn, Aiwa Exos 9, SOUNDBOKS 2, and Teufel Rockster, they all sound better than the XB90.

      Hope this answers your question

      Your AudioReputation Team

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, ThickSKN

      The number of viable choices under $250 is very limited, especially if you want your speaker to be very loud. To be completely honest, none of the speakers on our list are priced under $250. Our suggestion is to add 50 bucks and go for Aiwa Exos-9 (priced at $295.00).

      Hope this helps

      Your AudioReputation Team

  • Johnathan

    Hi guys,

    Must say something about my XPEDITION 8

    Fantastic sounding speakers with great bass and it’s very loud. Battery life is very good. Bluetooth connected very easy and has great range. I am really impressed with this speaker. Highly recommended 🙂

    J.

  • Grave Digger

    Hi Audioreputation,

    Very well written!

    James,what do you think….Which one is better Aiwa Exos-9 or Marshall Woburn II.

    Need your help 🙂

    Grave Digger

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, Grave Digger

      I would probably choose Marshall Woburn II but buying Exos 9 is not a mistake. They are both great. If you need a battery-operated speaker (portable speaker), Exos 9 is your only option.

      Hope this helps

      Your AudioReputation Team

  • Walter Roebuck

    My Braven is a beast! I love the sound, I love the bass. The battery life is great as well, but it greatly depends on how loud you listen to music. A pretty good feature is phone charging, you really don’t want to have your phone battery empty while the party is going. Excellent portable speaker.

  • Wendy A.

    Thanks for mentioning it the JBL Boombox in your review, otherwise I would have missed it and bought something else. It’s an awesome speaker with even better sound and looks! It’s perfect for tailgate and indoor parties. The bass is incredible. The battery life is worth mentioning – it plays all day long at full volume. It’s worth every penny!

    • AudioReputation Team

      Thanks for sharing your experience, Wendy

      JBL Boombox definitely has a lot to offer and, as you said, it’s great for tailgate parties and other outdoor and indoor activities.

      We’re glad we were able to help

      Your AudioReputation Team

  • Matt Sawyer

    Just a quick note to say thank you for an excellent article. Unfortunately, you have failed to make my mind up as i am now unsure as to whether to stick with the Sounboks or go with the DiamondBoxx – a mix of durability vs looks (which i really did like on the Diamond (and the wife killing me for the expense). Anyway, great article thank you

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, Matt

      Thanks for your kind words. That’s a sweet dilemma and we are about to make it even sweeter – the third version of SOUNDBOKS called NEW SOUNDBOKS (very original, by the way) is going to hit the market soon. You can pre-order it for $999. Both SOUNDBOKS 2 and DiamondBoxx XL2 are great speakers and you won’t make a mistake if you buy any of them. Just don’t end up divorced in the process 🙂

      Your AudioReputation Team

  • Vijay Anand

    Any other speaker with the same features as Altec-Lancing Xpedition 8 [esp., Portable, Rugged, Dust and Waterproof, Loudest, can be put horizontally and vertically] with more wattage say at least around 2000 Watts or RMS of…?

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, Vijay

      Unfortunately, we can’t think of any speaker that meets all of your requirements. There are many loud, rugged, and waterproof speakers, but none of those loud, rugged, and waterproof speakers can be placed both vertically and horizontally. On the other hand, you have JBL PartyBox speakers (JBL PartyBox 300 and PartyBox 1000) and SONY GTK-XB speakers (XB90, XB70, XB60). These speakers are very similar to Xpedition 8 (in terms of design and placement options), but they are not waterproof nor rugged. So, unfortunately, you will have to make some compromise.

      Hope this answers your question

      Your AudioReputation Team

  • Carold

    Any idea how the Turtlebox compares to these speakers? It is advertised as 120 dB of distortion free sound but don’t see it on the list.

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, Carold

      We didn’t have the chance to test the Turtlebox but it seems like a nice and very rugged speaker. What we can say with certainty, just by looking at it (and by checking some specs), is that you can’t even compare this little thing with any of the monster speakers from our list. It would be an insult to compare it with SOUNDBOKS, Aiwa Exos 9, Teufel Rockster, or DiamondBoxx. That 120dB claim is a huge lie.

      Hope this helps

      Your AudioReputation Team

      • Smithone

        Hi folks,

        The turtlebox speaker is very good,good quality with powerful sound!Anyone here if says something other is crazy.I like this speaker so much and I’m probably going to buy on Amazon another one. 🙂

        Have a wonderful weekend.

        Smithone

        • AudioReputation Team

          Hi, Smithone

          We’re glad that you’re happy with your purchase. It’s a pretty cool and very rugged speaker. However, every speaker on our list is louder than Turtlebox. Compared to SOUNDBOKS, DiamondBoxx, ION AUDIO Road Warrior or Aiwa Exos 9, Turtlebox is just a tiny little speaker. Turtlebox has its qualities but it’s not as loud as the speakers on our list.

          Sorry

          Your AudioReputation Team

  • John M.

    After using the Bose SoundTouch 30 for three months I have to say – no complaints at all! I love the sound quality and it pairs up with my tablet and smartphone quickly. Great quality and design!

  • Margaret

    I was a bit hesitant whether to get the SoundTouch 30 and I’m glad I bought it after all! The volume and the sound quality are very good. I had some trouble setting it up for the first time, but since I’m not a techie I guess it’s normal. I just love Bose products.

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, Margaret

      Thanks for sharing your experience with Bose SoundTouch 30. We will be happy to hear your long-term impressions after a few months (or a year) of use.

      Your AudioReputation Team

  • Thomas C.

    Hi James, does the Fluance Fi70B work on Bluetooth only or I can use it to stream via my Wi-Fi connection? Thanks

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, Thomas

      Fluance Fi70 does not feature Wi-Fi connectivity (only Bluetooth connectivity). It also features AUX input, TOSLINK input, and AM/FM tuners. If you really want to connect the speaker to your Wi-Fi network, you could buy something like the Chromecast Audio (which is, by the way, discontinued) and connect it to the speaker via AUX port.

      Hope this answers your question

      Your AudioReputation Team

  • Huey Miller

    Hi, it says I can link two Exos-9 speakers which is definitely an awesome feature. However I’d like to know what is the maximum allowed distance between two linked speakers so they can function properly?

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, Huey

      The user manual says that you should keep them within 20ft distance for optimal performance (without any obstacles between them). If possible, you should try to place them even closer (10ft distance).

      Hope this answers your question

      Your AudioReputation Team

  • Martinez

    Hello, I love your article; it’s definitely one of the better I have read so far. Can you tell me whether several JBL Boombox speakers can be paired to work like one? If the answer is yes – then how many? Thanks

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, Martinez

      Thanks for your kind words. According to the user manual, you can pair more than 100 JBL Boomboxes together.

      Your AudioReputation Team

  • Clara Essary

    The Marshall Woburn Bluetooth Speaker is simply awesome! I love its retro design. This thing is quite loud even at half the volume, and it sounds fantastic!

  • Charles P.

    Hello,

    I can’t decide between the JBL Boombox and the Bose speakers. Which one do you think would be better for a larger apartment?

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi, Charles

      If you want to use your speaker outdoors, JBL Boombox is the only option. Bose SoundTouch 30 is not portable at all (no battery).

      When it comes to versatility and sound quality, we like the Bose speaker more (Wi-Fi + Bluetooth + AUX connection and very clear sound). JBL Boombox is simply too bassy and distorted at high volumes.

      Hope this helps

      Your AudioReputation Team

    • AudioReputation Team

      Hi Frances

      BRAVEN BRV-XXL does come with a shoulder strap. It also comes with 4 different power cables (for US, EU, UK, and AU markets) and AUX cable. If you want to find out more, you should read our in-depth review of the BRAVEN BRV-XXL.

      Your AudioReputation Team

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