You’re headed to a party at a friend’s terrace or want to listen to some music while you’re cooking or doing laundry. What you need is a spunky bluetooth speaker that will play music at a reasonable volume without the music sounding like its been run through a food processor. But there are literally hundreds of bluetooth speakers out there, and not all of them offer the same set of features. Some are larger and sound great, while others are small, loud, and virtually indestructible. How do you pick one that hits the right balance of audio quality, size, and ruggedness? That’s why we are here to help.
To find the best bluetooth speakers in India we partnered with Rontek, an Indian company that has been in the audio technology field for over two decades, to run a series of blind tests for audio quality. We spent over a week testing 12 of the best bluetooth speakers.
Do you need an indoor speaker that you can carry from room to room and which sounds great but might not exactly be waterproof or portable? Or do you want an outdoor speaker that is loud, portable, rugged, and has a battery that lasts forever? Or do you have a budget in mind and just want a tiny but great sounding speaker that won’t weigh too heavily in your backpack? Whatever your jam is, we have an option for you.
Here are our top-picks across categories:
Best Bluetooth Speakers
Bose Soundlink Color II
If you don’t mind paying for the best sound quality out there, then you don’t need to look further than the Bose Soundlink 2. It’s perfect for indoor use with great sound quality, enough volume to fill a large room, great connectivity, a simple yet fun design, and basic waterproofing in case of accidents. It’s the perfect device, really: it will catch that sweet bass despite its size and the battery will last a long time. Even our audiophile expert at Rontek had to agree. But it’s also quite expensive and is not exactly uber-portable or water-friendly.
Best Bluetooth Speakers (Outdoor)
JBL Flip 4
If you’re the sort of person who enjoys road trips and beach parties, the Flip 4 is the perfect companion. Its IPX7 waterproofing can withstand most accidental splashing and rain, and the extremely loud, rich bass from its dual stereo speakers and dual opposing passive radiators is designed for the open outdoors. The long battery life means you have to worry about where the closest charging point is.
Best Bluetooth Speakers under Rs. 5000
UE Roll 2
The UE ROll 2 is a speaker that takes the word “different” a bit too seriously: it looks like a flying saucer, can float on water on its own inflatable float, and has a… bungee cord? It sounds as good as the Bose though not as loud, and priced at about four grand, it simply offers the best value for money. But perhaps the best thing about the UE Roll is that it can be suspended from literally anywhere, whether it is a tree branch, your bike handles, or your belt. And even if it does capsize into the water, it can survive underwater for a depth of up one metre for about 30 minutes.
Best Bluetooth Speakers under Rs. 2000
Priced at less than a grand, the Juarez JAB700 is the sort of speaker you approach with low expectations. However, there is no speaker that will surprise you more. The JAB700 is loud for its size and churns out some pleasing tunes without any distortion. It is very well built and has a minimalistic design that will look good anywhere, either on your desk at work or in discrete corner in your bedroom. If you’re looking for a cheap but good-looking speaker to carry around, the Juarez is the one for you.
Why Trust Us?
To test the audio quality of the speakers, we partnered with Rontek, a company that has designed sound systems for Mont Blanc, Tommy Hilfiger and Royal Enfield to name a few. The speakers were tested in the in-house R&D studio at Rontek, personally by the founder, Jacob Abraham, who is a sound engineer and has over two decades of experience in the field. If there’s anyone in the country who can identify the merits of a speaker, it’s Jacob.
How we selected?
We created a shortlist from the 500 speakers listed on Amazon and Flipkart and narrowed the list down to the most popular bluetooth speakers which had the best reviews online. We then checked out reviews on The Verge, Soundguys, and CNET to add any products we missed out.
Once we had our shortlist, it was time for Jacob to test each speaker individually.
How we tested?
Sound quality being the most important factor, we tested each of speakers by performing the LARSA test. This involved playing various sounds at different frequencies, recording it and then plotting a frequency response graph. This allowed us to objectively judge the quality of the mids, highs and bass for each speaker. The tests were conducted in Rontek’s dedicated sound testing room by Jacob.
We then played various genres of music on the speakers as Jacob listened closely and made a few notes about each speaker regarding its design and audio quality.
Once our expert was done, it was time to collect the feedback of casual listeners. We made a panel of four music lovers listen to a set of tracks (their personal favourites and standardised tracks, both) played on each of the speakers. The speaker was kept hidden from view to avoid brand bias. We then asked them to listen to music from a speaker in the adjacent room and rate it by quality of sound and loudness.
What makes a good speaker
After the tests were done, Jacob explained how a good bluetooth speaker needs to be a fine balance of audio quality, portability, and features. According to Jacob, “For any speaker to produce great sound, size does matter. A small speaker, even a relatively low-cost one, can produce good treble and mids, but will have difficulty producing quality bass. This is of course because of size limitations - if we want a speaker to achieve bass at 50Hz (at a reasonable volume), it needs at least an 8 inch driver to achieve the same. So what most manufacturers do is add an extra device know as a passive radiator to help gain some amount of bass without compromising on the portability of the speaker.”
The best bluetooth speakers are those that hit the sweet spot between size and audio quality. Plus, the most cost-effective speakers are bundled with a ton of extra features like led lights, power bank support, dust and water resistance, USB connectivity, 3.5 mm and sd card support, and sometimes, NFC support. Using our tests, we identified the four best speakers that can give you all that without compromising on audio quality (too much).
Best Bluetooth Speakers in India
You have the perfect surround system set-up in your living room, but you want a portable speaker you can carry around to other rooms. Or maybe you’re just tired of fiddling around with dozens on wires and want to be liberated from your AUX cable. Whatever the case may be, the perfect speaker for you would be one that offers high quality sound with multiple connectivity options and basic waterproofing in case of accidents. Size (though important) is not likely to be a deal-breaker.
Our selection sounds amazing indoors and is too large to be truly portable (yes, you can carry them, but they aren’t going to fit in your pocket or your purse). It’s best suited for sharing music with friends or colleagues in an indoor environment where no one has to lug it around and a charging point is not too far off.
The Bose Soundlink is easily the speaker with the best sound quality among those we tested. It’s literally a case of getting what you pay for, and in the case of the Soundlink, the price is worth every rupee. It preserves bass and mids beautifully, which is quite impressive in a speaker this size. The speaker can connect immediately with any NFC-enabled device and supports Google Now and Siri. If you’re on a hunt for the best top-of-the-line bluetooth speaker that will last you several years, the Soundlink 2 is the perfect fit.
Music: Bose does not specify the hardware used in their products, but Cnet reports that this speaker contains dual 40 mm drivers and dual opposing passive radiators
Connectivity: Bluetooth 4.2 (multipoint), micro USB, 3.5 mm jack, NFC, accept calls on speaker phone, supports Google Now and Siri
Range: 9 m
Battery life: Eight hours
Size and weight: 5.6 x 12.7 x 13.1 cm, 0.54 kg
Waterproofing: IPX4 waterproofing
Warranty: 1 year warranty
Amazing sound experience (it sounds great at high volumes with no distortion and surprisingly amazing bass)
Easy to use (NFC pairing and multipoint bluetooth connectivity allow for immediate pairing with multiple devices)
The Bose Connect app lets you control music from anywhere, adjust speaker settings, and offers device updates
Good build quality and IPX4 waterproofing protect the device against accidental splashing (do not drop in water!)
Excellent battery life
The priciest speaker in this test
No adapter provided in the box
Bose has the reputation it does in the audio products market for a reason. The company has long been recognised for their great sound quality, and the Soundlink Color II is no different. It produces great, clear, distortion-free sound considering its size.
The speaker has a rubber matte finish body which makes it easy to grip and feels nice to hold. It is available in three more colors - Coral Red, Polar White, and Soft Black; so if the Aquatic Blue is not your cup of tea, you can go for something a bit more subtle.
If you’re looking for a speaker that goes beyond just being a speaker, the Soundlink is a good bet. In addition to playing great music, it’s good for taking calls and performing simple commands through Google Now and Siri. So, if your phone is too far to reach and you can simply ask your soundlink to perform a google search or play a YouTube video.
The speaker also has a speakerphone feature, in case you want to take calls on the fly or use the speaker as a microphone for a call. We found the microphone to be quite clear and call clarity was excellent on both sides. The speaker also supports voice prompts: it reads out the battery status, the name of the connected device, and also the phone number of an incoming call.
The speaker has IPX4 waterproofing, which means that it can withstand light splashing.
The speaker supports music playback through bluetooth and AUX. It has built-in NFC, so you can tap the speaker with your phone to connect your device instantly (even when the speaker is off); the pairing is fast and Soundlink will pick up your last played song instantly.
If you’d like to use your new speaker with multiple devices and hate connecting and disconnecting, the Soundlink 2 offers a simple solution. The speaker supports multipoint bluetooth connectivity, which lets it connect to two devices at the same time and stream on one without disconnecting the other. The bluetooth range is 9 m, which is more than sufficient for a large house. However, the range tends to reduce if there is any physical obstruction (walls) between the device and the speaker or if there is interference from other wireless devices.
But let’s return to where the Soundlink II really stands out: audio quality.
The Soundlink 2 performed exceptionally in the sound test, impressing even Jacob. But even he could not help noting that the Bose retained the crispness of jazz, delivered on bass in electronic, and smoothly captured the subtlety of soft rock. This is truly an all-rounder speaker that can do justice to any kind of music.
Our panel listened to a variety of music from film songs to symphonies, from hard rock to electronic, but there was a solid consensus here. In short: the Bose made every kind of music lover happy. The Bose speaker is not built for loudness (the loudest were the Sony XB30 and JBL Flip 4), given that it’s meant to be an indoor speaker, but sound quality is where it is aces.
In the LARSA test, the speaker managed a frequency response range of 73 Hz to 10.6 kHz, which shows that it has great bass, mids, and sufficient highs. While most good speakers worth the name can handle mids and highs easily, it's the lower frequencies that can cause issues. Sometimes speakers will play (well, try to play) a low-frequency sound even though the driver (the main part that creates the sound in the speaker) cannot handle it. This will lead to a popping sound, but this is not so in the Bose, as it filters against this.
The Bose speaker has received a ton of love from other websites too: According to PCWorld, Soundlink 2 has a solid audio performance with rich lows and well-defined highs. Cnet named it one of the best-sounding bluetooth speakers for its size, and found that It performed best on jazz, classical, acoustic live music, and soft rock. It really is the best out there.
The Bose comes in a neat box with the speaker, some documentations, and a Bose branded micro USB cable. Sadly, no charging brick is provided, but at least it has a micro USB jack unlike the proprietary charging jack on the Sony XB-30.
The speaker has a built in-rechargeable battery that lasts a long while. Despite the mixed use of bluetooth and AUX, the speaker lasted more than 11 hours at medium volume with the app still showing 50% remaining battery.
Though the Bose Soundlink 2 is one of the most expensive speakers out there at around Rs.11,500, it makes up for it with its amazing sound quality, quality build, and a nice feature set. To be honest, whatever you want a bluetooth speaker to do, it will do. It plays great music, integrates with digital assistants, and is fairly damage-proof. No hassles, no glitches, no problems.
Best Bluetooth Speakers India (Outdoor)
If you’re looking for a speaker you can carry outdoors or will lend itself to a pool party, you need one that is sturdily built, is waterproof and rugged, and is loud enough to heard in open areas where sound can carry in all directions (as opposed to a closed room). These speakers are for people who love to entertain a crowd be it on the beach or in the woods: sound quality is not as important as loudness, portability, great bass, ruggedness, and good battery life. In this category, there is nothing to beat JBL Flip 4.
The Flip 4 by JBL is a great sounding speaker that has amazing bass, is loud, and is extremely well built. And it’s perfect for outdoor use - its built quality ensures you can chuck it into your backpack without worrying, and the stereo speaker and two passive radiators (fn: Atleast one passive radiator is required for good bass) ensure it will heard, no matter how big a space you’re in.
Music: Stereo speaker with two external passive radiators
Connectivity: Bluetooth 4.2 (multipoint), micro USB, 3.5 mm jack, speakerphone, supports Google Now and Siri
Range: 9 m range
Battery life: Around 12 hours
Size & Weight: 7 x 17.5 x 6.8 cm, 0.51 kg, IPX7 rated speaker
Price & Warranty: Around Rs.8,400 (1 year warranty)
Second loudest speaker in the test and has good bass
Built like a tank and IPX7 waterproof (no worries if you drop it into water)
Great connectivity: bluetooth 4.2 (multipoint), Aux, JBL app
No adapter provided in the box
The Flip 4 has a cylindrical design with rubber ends and fabric-like material covering the middle with a metallic JBL logo in the centre. A flap covers the micro USB charging port and the aux. The power button and multi-link button are placed at the back, while the music controls and bluetooth button is placed at the top. The buttons are a little hard to see, but they’re not impossible to find and easy to get used to. A very useful feature are the led lights denoting battery charge (there are five led lights, each corresponding to 20% of charge); the Flip 4 was the only speaker to have this feature, and it’s particularly useful when you’re on-the-go and need to know when the speaker needs to be charged next.
The speaker comes in a total of six colors - Black, Teal, White, Gray, Blue, and Red.
Using the JBL Connect app, you can remap the play/pause button to control your voice assistant. From the app, you can also link up your friend’s Flip 4’s to get stereo sound (left and right sound separation) or select party mode and wirelessly link upto a hundred JBL Connect+ enabled speakers (not limited to Flip 4). The speakerphone works flawlessly, and the caller’s voice through the speaker was loud (the loudest in the test). The JBL also has an IPX7 rating, so you can drop it in upto one metre of water for 30 minutes and the speaker will survive.
The Flip 4 is a bluetooth 4.2 speaker with support for multipoint connectivity. The speaker also supports audio through the aux cable. NFC would have been the icing on the cake, but sadly, the Flip 4 does not support this technology. The bluetooth range is around 9 m, like the Soundlink 2.
With dual 40 mm drivers and dual external passive radiators, it’s no surprise that the Flip 4 sounds loud and has good bass. It was one of the loudest speakers in our tests, only second to the Sony XB30. The loudness doesn’t hinder the sound quality though. The Flip 4 has a frequency response range of 67 Hz to 19.6k Hz, giving it excellent treble and bass. Jacob, our expert at Rontek, noted that the Flip 4 came close to the Bose Soundlink 2 in terms of audio quality, and that the speakers would be perfect for small parties and outdoors.
During the subjective hearing test, our panel felt that the Flip 4 handled bass better than the XB30 and some other speakers, while still retaining the distinction between various musical instruments, which is impressive given the size of the speaker.The Flip 4 is not noteworthy for its feature set alone, but makes for great listening.
This speaker has one of the coolest unboxing experiences (the other being the UE Wonderboom), as the packaging feature vivid colorful illustrations of the speaker. The box contains the speaker itself and an orange flat USB cable. There is, however, no charging brick provided, so you will have to just use one lying around the house.
The speaker has a built in-rechargeable battery with is rated at eight hours. After mixed bluetooth and AUX use for eight hours on our test, the speaker still had 60% of its charge left.
What makes the Flip 4 an enticing buy is its loudness, bass, rugged build, and full waterproofing, all at around Rs. 8400. It’s bass will make you the hit of the party with the music thumping loud enough to drown out any ambient noise. Party on! The best part about this speaker is that the loudness does not sacrifice clarity - so even if you want to listen to something soulful, the Flip 4 is the perfect choice.
Best Bluetooth Speakers under Rs. 5000
If you’re looking for a compact all-rounder that won’t break the bank, this is the category for you. But here’s what’s amazing: opting for a smaller size (and price) does not necessarily mean you have to compromise on audio quality. We found the perfect match for you: the UE Roll 2 offers the most essential features at a reasonably price and with great sound.
Considering its price tag, the UE Roll 2 is a great deal: it has great sound quality, is completely waterproof, and is compact. Be warned though: connectivity options are limited and are not as smooth as on the more expensive speakers. If you’re cool with spending a few minutes extra to figure out the bluetooth, there isn’t a speaker that’s better in this segment.
Connectivity: Bluetooth, micro USB, 3.5 mm jack
Range: 9 m range
Battery Life: 9 hours
Size and weight: 13.5 x 4.1 x 13.5 cm, 0.33 kg, IPX7 rated speaker
Price and warranty: Around Rs.4,264 (1 year warranty)
Excellent sound quality when you factor in the price and size
A standout design with a bungee to attach it to you bike or bag, and not to forget, its own floatation device called Floatie!
IPX7 (full waterproofing), a solid build, and the floatie make it great for indoors, outdoors, and in the pool
Has bluetooth, aux, an app to connect more than two Roll 2’s for stereo sound.
No speakerphone facility
No charger provided in the box
The Volume button placement is not the best (Yes, the + and - stitches on the front are the buttons, seriously!)
The micro USB and 3.5 mm ports are a hard to reach.
The UE Roll 2 is impressive in terms of audio output, especially when you factor in the low price tag. It’s also uniquely designed with it's flying saucer-like shape, and with the bungee and the floatie, it sure tries to be different. The Roll 2 is available in four colors: Habanero (orange), Volcano (black), Atmosphere (blue), and Sugarplum (Purple).
The Roll 2 has two buttons in front to control the volume and two buttons at the back for bluetooth and power. The speaker integrates with the UE Roll app, which lets you control the equaliser, set an alarm, and connect two Roll 2’s for better sound (called Double UP). The Block Party feature allows you to connect multiple devices to a single Roll 2 and then play and pause music from any of those devices. The Roll 2 also packs an IPX7 rating that makes it waterproof to a depth of 1 metre for 30 mins, but Floatie sure helps the speaker stay afloat when you want to listen to some tunes in the pool. The Roll 2 sadly cannot be used as a speakerphone, but it’s really not the sort of speaker to sit on a desk.
With Bluetooth and AUX support, the Roll 2 is covered for wired and wireless music. Although the company claims a range of 20 m, our indoor testing showed a range of around 9 m (with a wall in the middle) for bluetooth. The Roll 2 also lacks NFC, which would have helped with faster connections.
The Roll 2 also takes a little while to be recognised by iOS devices (happened with our experts’ iPad and iPhone). Another issue is that the micro USB and aux ports are covered by a flap (to protect them underwater), because of which the ports themselves are very difficult to insert cables into. The space around the aux port is very small, which makes it hard to insert the aux cable.
The Roll 2, to our surprise, produces crisp and clear tones which left even our expert impressed. According to Jacob, the Roll 2’s performance almost matches that of the Bose, which is high praise given that it is almost a third of the price. The Roll 2, however, is not the loudest speaker and doesn’t have the best bass when compared to Soundlink 2 or Flip 4. But it’s still super affordable.
Our panel loved the compact and unique design, and commented that the Roll 2 was clear, crisp, sufficiently loud, and had rather good bass.
The Roll 2 ships in a cool box with the speaker itself, a bright yellow flat USB cable, the Floatie, and some documentation. The battery is rated at 9 hours, and the speaker did have a lot of juice remaining after a couple of test sessions.
The Roll 2 sells for around Rs. 4,200, which makes it tremendous value for money considering that it's a much larger speaker with better sound than similarly priced speakers. Add in the app capability, the build quality, the fun additions like the bungee and floatie, along with full waterproofing, and it’s clear why it topped our list for this segment.
Best Bluetooth Speaker under Rs. 2000
Are you looking for a speaker that won’t just fit in your bag, but in your pocket? Speakers this size very rarely produce good sound (laws of physics, people!), but they can still pack a ton of features at a great mouthwatering price. These speakers suit those people who want something better than their phones to listen to music, but don’t want to go over a budget. Whether you’re a student who travels a lot and wants speakers that won’t burn a hole in your pocket, or a trekker who wants a good speaker that won’t weigh too heavily in your backpack, the Juarez JAB700 is the one for you.
As we said earlier, size does matter when it comes to producing good sound (especially bass). But this puck shaped Juarez speaker does punch above its weight. It has a nice, sophisticated matt black and silver body that exudes quality despite it being one of the cheapest speakers in our test. The speaker body is made of CNC cut aluminium alloy and comes only in black.
Connectivity: Bluetooth 4.2, micro USB (3.5 mm cable), SD card
Range: 9m range
Battery life: 10-20 hours
Size & Weight: 9.2 x 4.2 x 9.2 cm, 0.18 kg
Price & Warranty: Around Rs. 1,190 (1 year warranty)
Pleasing, clear sound for its size
Pocket-friendly size and quality built
Has speakerphone capability
Bluetooth 4.2, SD card slot
Needs slightly bigger drivers to improve the sound quality (bass) and loudness
No dedicated aux port
No battery life remaining indicator
Hybrid aux and micro USB cable
The speaker has four buttons: power, volume up, volume down, and a multi-function button (to switch between bluetooth, AUX, and sd card), all mounted on the bottom of the speaker.
The Juarez speaker supports playback through bluetooth and SD card. It comes with a single cable which acts as both: a charging cable as well as an aux cable. The speaker doesn’t have a dedicated Aux input, so you’ll have to use the provided cable to gain aux functionality. Also, this kind of cable once damaged might be a little hard to replace.
The speaker has a straight line bluetooth range of around 8-10 metres, which would probably be shorter if there are multiple walls between the speaker and transmitting device. The speaker can also be used as a speakerphone - call quality was decent but not great. Double pressing the power button will call the last dialed number. Single pressing it can play/pause a song.
The Juarez speaker has a 5W 50 mm driver and the sound quality is decent, but our expert did comment that a slightly larger driver would have helped especially the bass and loudness. The speaker has a frequency range of 90Hz to 11.5kHz on the LARSA test, which shows that though you cannot expect oodles of bass, it does its job reasonably well given its size and price.
When our panel saw how small the device was after a blind hearing test, they simply fell in love with this speaker due to its size, surprising good sound, and the incredible price. It really is incredible that a speaker this size can produce such clear notes without any distortion. On some songs, even the JBL GO which is almost twice the price stumbled, but not the Juarez. Where the Juarez underperforms is volume, but you did hear us go on and on about its size didn’t you?
The Juarez is a much softer speaker than the Bose, Flip 4, and Roll 2, but we felt that for an ultraportable speaker it is sufficiently loud. Also, compared to the dual speakers on the Moto X Style we used for testing, this speaker was far louder and clearer, lesser distorted, and simply much brighter when it came to sound quality.
This speaker is ultraportable and will sit discreetly on on your desk in your pocket during long journeys. But be careful though, it doesn't come with any water resistance, so use it cautiously outdoors.
The speaker has a 1200Mah battery that is rated at 10 hours. After using it for six hours it had plenty of charge left, but sadly, there is no way to know the remaining battery life.
Given its around the Rs. 1,190 price tag, we felt that the Juarez made a great budget speaker that comes with a great built quality, small size, and amazing sound (for its size).
Those That Didn’t Make the Cut
House of Marley Liberate: This speaker was the dark horse in this segment, according to our expert. The audio quality was surprising good compared to the heavyweights against which it was competing. But the Liberate is just a wee bit softer and doesn't have any sort of water resistance. It looks pretty great though, so you can pick it up if you’re a fan of the design.
Sony SRS-XB30: This speaker is packed to the gills with features: it has lights, a 8800mAh battery that also doubles up as a powerbank, and an Xtra Bass Boost button which gives you better decibel gain at the same frequency. If volume is what you’re looking for, this speaker was the loudest in our test. However, we found the bass lacking for a speaker this size, and our expert at Rontek agreed that the Bose had much higher audio quality. Also, considering it price (almost Rs. 9000), you can just pick up the cheaper Flip 4 or the more expensive but tremendous Bose Soundlink 2.
UE Wonderboom: The Wonderboom sounds great, but again, it's not the loudest considering its size. Although it floats in water, it doesn’t have an app, a 3.5 mm jack, or NFC. With a price hovering close to Rs 5,000 but with limited features, its not going to float for long (forgive us for the bad pun, but we rarely get an opportunity) especially considering that it's overshadowed by its smaller, cheaper cousin, the Roll 2.
JBL GO: This pocket speaker comes in fun colours and produces pleasing audio. However, it does everything the Juarez does but is priced twice as much. You can still buy if you don't mind the price (or are a JBL fan), it's really good.
Sony SRS-XB-10: The XB-10 is compact, has IPX5 waterproofing, NFC, and great sound for its size. However, the Roll 2 takes the cake for boasting vastly better and louder sound at the same price, and don't forget the full waterproofing.
Boat Stone 600: This is another unique product that offers a lot for its price. The only IP66 rated speaker in our tests, it offers good mids and highs but has relatively poor lows, with distorted bass notes. But when you factor in the price, this is a good enough speaker but not great. (However, if you do plan to spend time on a boat, this speaker will be a trooper.)
Zoook ZB-Jazz: In case you thought the design looked familiar, it’s because it looks a lot like the JBL Pulse. The Zook ZB Jazz costs around Rs. 1,200 and has a neat rubber body, a ton of connectivity options like bluetooth, USB, 3.5 mm jack, and SD card, but there seems to be very little focus on the audio quality itself. If you’re looking for something flashy to impress friends this might work, but it’s not exactly a great speaker to listen to.
Max Pi C5: This was one of the cheapest products in our tests, and it tries to compensate for its lack of sound quality with rugged looks, NFC, bluetooth and AUX connectivity, and the lanyard. But, honestly, you’d be much better off just getting the Juarez.
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