Best wireless bluetooth speaker for 2020

There is almost too much choice when it comes to bluetooth wireless speaker Market including compact mini models, Pocket-sized micro-versions and more powerful models with powerful audio.

In our search for the best Bluetooth speaker, we considered factors like sound quality, battery life, and more. In the following we introduce our current competitors. Are you looking for more speaker types? Check out our lists of best wi-fi speakers and music systems and the best smart speaker.

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At $ 33, the Tribit XSound Go is one of the best bluetooth speakers for the money. Not only does this affordable bluetooth speaker sound great for streaming your favorite music and more, but it’s also completely waterproof. Read our Tribit XSound Go review.

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This fully waterproof wireless bluetooth speaker (IPX7) not only has improved battery life and better sound than the Clip 2, but it’s also more durable, according to JBL, as the built-in carabiner frames the entire perimeter of the mini speaker and a bumper. It has a built-in rechargeable Li-ion battery and is one of the best bluetooth wireless speakers because of its small size. It sells for $ 70. Read our JBL Clip 3 review.

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Ultimate Ears Boom bluetooth speakers come in a variety of sizes, but none are as big as the brand new Hyberboom. The Hyperboom is an oversized wireless speaker that weighs 13 pounds. It undoubtedly makes the UE Megaboom 3 look puny. It’s not cheap, but it sounds better than many of the portable jumbo speakers currently on the market.

UE Boom representatives told me the Hyperboom was created after the company received feedback from its customers looking for a larger speaker that could play loud enough and have deep enough bass to power a party. The speaker can do just that – Ultimate Ears says it’s three times as loud and has six and a half times the bass of Megaboom 3 – and has no problem filling a fairly large room with sound. First read the CNET recording.

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The Tribit MaxSound Plus ($ 58) is about 30% larger than its XSound Go sibling and costs about $ 25 more. However, it offers significantly better performance and is one of the best sounding speakers in its size and price range. It has a long-lasting rechargeable lithium-ion battery and great audio quality for a bluetooth speaker. Read our Tribit MaxSound Plus review.

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Tribit’s StormBox speaker looks like a cross between a UE and a JBL speaker. We suspect this is not an accident. This fully waterproof speaker costs about $ 50 less than the JBL Flip 5 and produces bigger sound. The battery life is up to 20 hours to play music and more. Tribit’s XSound speakers are probably better value for money, but the Stormbox is more elegant.

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We liked the original Wonderboom Bluetooth speaker from Ultimate Ears, which sounded great due to its compact size and was also waterproof. Now the company has released the Wonderboom 2, which is slightly larger than the original and sounds a bit better for streaming your favorite music, with more bass and a special outdoor boost mode that boosts the highs.

Like its predecessor, the fully waterproof Wonderboom 2 with Bluetooth connectivity has a list price of $ 100 but often costs less. What differs is its IP67 rating, which means it’s dustproof, more shockproof, and buoyant. According to Ultimate Ears, it also has 30% better battery life – up to 13 hours at moderate volumes – and you can link two together to create a stereo sound pairing with the press of a button on each speaker.

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Bose SoundLink Micro is arguably the best sounding speaker because of its small size. While this Bose SoundLink is a little expensive, Bose cut its list price by $ 10 and lowered it to $ 99. It’s fully waterproof and comes in three Bose SoundLink color options. Read our Bose SoundLink Micro review.

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JBL’s Flip 5 ($ 120) is slightly larger than the Flip 4 and offers improved audio sound with a little more bass. It’s IPX7 waterproof certified, which means it can be submerged in one meter of water for up to 30 minutes and will survive. Tribit’s StormBox costs about $ 30 less and plays louder, but I like the sound balance of the Flip 5 better. It also offers USB-C charging, which is better for future-proofing.

The Sonos Move is the company’s first indoor and outdoor portable Bluetooth speaker. It has a built-in rechargeable battery that will last 900 charges or approximately three years and is replaceable. It is Wi-Fi enabled and can be connected to other Sonos speakers in your home system. According to Sonos, the Move has the best Wi-Fi connectivity of any speaker to date. It also has a Bluetooth connection so you can move it out of range of your Wi-Fi network and stream it directly from your Android, iPhone, or any other Bluetooth-enabled audio device. Read our Sonos Move review.


The new portable Wi-Fi and Bluetooth speaker from Bose is more compact and easier to carry than the Sonos Move and costs a little less. It delivers big, loud sound due to its relatively small size and connects to other speakers in Bose’s Wi-Fi Home speaker range to create a multiroom audio system. First, read our Bose Portable Home Speaker.

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