Bluetooth Speakers That Can Get Real Loud

By Tabitha Thomas | Published on 13 Mar 2020
Bluetooth Speakers That Can Get Real Loud
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A good Bluetooth speaker can be your companion in everything, from a poolside party to an indoor gathering of friends and family. Regardless of where you take this speaker, things will not be as great if you cannot really hear the music. One of the prerequisites of a great BT speaker is to have good output in terms of volume. More importantly, when you crank up the volume, you do not want to be greeted by distortion. Keeping these things in mind, we made you a list of some Bluetooth speakers that can get insanely loud and sound awesome even at their loudest. 

Sonos PLAY:5

Sonos takes its speaker designs very seriously and this can be seen clearly with the Play:5. Every single inch of this speaker is present for a reason. The fun part is that this speaker can be oriented any way you like - horizontally or vertically. This gives it a more natural look when you use it as a stereo pair. Regardless of how big your room is, the Sonos Play:5 will fill it with a rich and powerful sound. The reason being its driver set-up that comes replete with roughly twice or even thrice the acoustic horsepower in the previous models from the house of Sonos. 

Bose S1 Pro

The Bose S1 Pro is a small and compact piece of gear. Bose markets this speaker as ‘multi-position PA System’ because it comes with an in-built internal sensor that detects the orientation your speaker is in and applies the required compensation to the EQ. While the S1 Pro might look small and cute, the sound packs in quite the punch. When not on charge, the S1 Pro will use power from its rechargeable batteries that can run it for up to 11 hours depending on the volume. When mounted on a regular speaker stand, this rather innocuous looking unit can be loud enough for a banquet hall with 2000 people in it. 

JBL BoomBox 

This BoomBox by JBL is built to be a portable Bluetooth speaker that can deliver extremely high volume output and high bass response minus any real distortion. While on battery, the unit can deliver around 40 watts of power which can be upped to 60 watts when connected to a power source. The rechargeable batteries can keep this bad boy running for up to 24 hours and the IPX7 waterproof rating means you can be worry-free about any imminent splashes when right next to a pool. Bass lovers will rejoice in the sound produced by this device because it sounds like it comes right from a dedicated subwoofer and hits with great impact. 

Aiwa Exos-9

If your sole requirement from a Bluetooth speaker is that it should be loud, then the Aiwa Exos-9 is a safe bet for you. The battery on this chunky speaker lasts a good 8 to 9 hours and the sound is big. Aiwa has done a good job of matching the amp and the speakers. The result - competent audio quality at all volumes. Even when used outdoors, you can feel the bass, making this a potent speaker for most parties. The sound signature on this speaker is fairly balanced even when the EQ is turned off, but it does give you the option to play around with the sound to your liking. 

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