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The Best Bluetooth Speakers

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OontZ Angle3 Bluetooth Speaker

Budget Friendly
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If you've never owned a Bluetooth speaker, the OontZ Angle3 is a great one to start out with. The speaker has high-quality stereo sound, balanced with enhanced bass and clear mids and highs. The speaker's bass is strengthened by its unique triangular, downward-facing bass radiator, which takes the sound quality to the next level without distorting it. The OontZ Angle3 has an extended 100-foot Bluetooth range, so you can listen to your favorite film score or podcasts on full blast throughout your house. Keep in mind, however, walls and other obstructions may reduce that distance.

Another key feature of this speaker is its rechargeable battery that can last up to 14 hours, making it perfect for camping trips or all-day use. "The battery life is unreal," said one CinemaBlend staffer. "I go weeks before needing to charge. I use [this speaker] in the morning while getting ready, in the kitchen meal prepping for the week, or during weekend cleaning sessions, so the small size makes it easy to place wherever needed."

Overall, the OontZ Angle3 is a quality, affordable speaker that is sure to delight.

Key Features

  • Clear sound quality with enhanced bass and no distortion, even at high volumes
  • Extraordinary 100-foot Bluetooth range
  • Built-in rechargeable battery that lasts up to 14 hours

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JBL Flip 4 Bluetooth Speaker

Most Versatile
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The JBL Flip4 Bluetooth Speaker is an all-purpose, versatile speaker that is suitable for almost any lifestyle. Wirelessly connect up to two devices to the speaker, so you and your partner can take turns playing your favorite Disney songs. With the speaker's dual external passive radiators, you'll be able to feel the bass from space. Additionally, JBL Connect+ technology allows you to sync over 100 JBL Connect+ speakers to create all-around sound to enhance your movie-watching experience. This speaker can even be connected to voice assistants like Siri and Google Now with just the push of a button.

Like other Bluetooth speakers on our list, the JBL Flip4 is IPX7 waterproof, so you can listen to your favorite podcasts at the pool or in the shower without worrying about accidentally drowning your speaker. The speaker is even available in six different designs, so you can choose the one that perfectly fits your personality.

Key Features

  • Easily compatible with voice assistants like Siri and Google
  • Able to sync to multiple speakers with JBL Connect+ for enhanced listening experience
  • Available in six vibrant colors

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AOMAIS Sport II Bluetooth Speaker

Best Outdoor Speaker
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A Bluetooth speaker may not be the first thing on your packing list for your next camping trip, but the AOMAIS Sport II is about to change that. After all, what better way to hike through unknown terrain than having The Lord of the Rings film score playing as your own adventure soundtrack? This compact but mighty speaker not only sports loud and clear sound but has higher durability than other speakers on the market. With its tough resilience (so strong, a car can drive over it and it will still work), you can take this speaker on your outdoor expedition without worrying about acquiring any damage. It also features an IPX7 waterproof rating, so it's even safe to take on a boat or be submerged in water up to 1-meter deep for 30 minutes. When winding down for the day, connect your AOMAIS Sport II to a portable projector and relax with your favorite movie. This Bluetooth speaker is guaranteed to take your outdoor adventures to the next level.

Even if you're not the outdoorsy type, the AOMAIS Sport II still provides powerful sound clarity to your home. It also connects effortlessly with your Amazon Echo Dot, amplifying Alexa's capabilities to even greater heights.

Key Features

  • Durable design that's perfect for travel
  • Certified with IPX7 waterproof rating
  • Easy connectivity with Alexa

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Tribit XSound Go Bluetooth Speaker

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Never worry about running out of battery life mid streaming session again with Tribit XSound Go's 24-hour, all-day battery. I don't know about you, but I'm always forgetting to charge things (my phone is almost always below 20 percent), so believe me when I say I was psyched to see the extended battery life on this speaker. Not to be overlooked by the battery life, this speaker also has incredible, full sound quality. It doesn't matter if you're chilling out to your favorite podcast episodes or blasting your favorite movie soundtrack, this speaker takes all types of audio to the next level, thanks to the dual high-performance drivers and state-of-the-art bass radiators.

Not only does this Bluetooth speaker have extensive battery life and killer sound, but it also just looks really nice. The sleek, sophisticated design, with curved edges and a matte black finish, takes the speaker up a notch. Even though speakers are supposed to be all about sound, aesthetics are important too.

Key Features

  • Extended 24-hour battery life
  • Immersive listening experience with clean highs and rich bass
  • Sleek, matte design

Buying a new Bluetooth speaker may seem overwhelming, especially when navigating all the technical jargon. We at CinemaBlend want you to make the most informed decision when purchasing your new technology, so take a moment to review our buyer's guide of common terms to help make your experience even easier.

IPX Rating - IPX is a standard that demonstrates on a 0-to-8 scale how resistant a product is against the elements, specifically water. An IPX-0 rated product has no protection against water. A product with an IPX of 1-6 is somewhat water-resistant, while a product with an IPX of 7 or 8 is waterproof and can be submerged in water.

Bass - Bass is the low audio frequency range, typically below 500 Hz (hertz).

Mids - Mids refer to mid-frequency sounds, ranging from 500-2kHz.

Highs - Highs refer to high-frequency sounds, typically above 2kHz.

Hertz (Hz) - The unit of measurement for sound frequency.

Passive Radiator - Passive radiators are often used in Bluetooth speakers because there is not enough space in the speaker for a port or vent system, like in a larger speaker. A passive radiator makes it easier for the speaker to create deep, bass-y pitches.

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