A speaker has become more and more of a necessity. After all who does not want one? When Bluetooth speakers were first introduced, they were game-changers. Why? They were portable. That is their X factor, the edge that had been missing. No matter the occasion now, you know you can carry your sound with you. In the car, gym, training, at the beach, party, or whatever the occasion, a Bluetooth speaker will fit the bill.
However, as the free market dictates, Bluetooth speakers have flooded the market, including those of genuine quality and cheap imitations.
The two critical aspects of a Bluetooth speaker are sound quality and battery life. To get value for your money, look at some of the suggestions listed below. Just try playing your favorite online casino games using these and see a huge difference!
Tribit Storm box Micro
With an IP rating of 67, the Tribit Audio Storm box Micro is roughly the size of a 550ml can of Coca Cola and epitomizes the phrase,
“dynamites come in small packages.” This is because of the surprising bass clout this relatively small speaker can produce. Without seeing the speaker and only hearing the sound it produces, one might assume it is a bigger speaker. It comes with a rubberized strap which means you can hang it on your backpack or on your pair of jeans. For only $60, it is a fantastic choice for a low-budget option.
JBL Flip 5
Well, let’s say you can stretch your budget a little more and you can cough up twice as much from the previous option then this baby right here should be your pick. The speaker is a recipient of the Hi-Fi award, winning the accolade in 2020. With absolutely fantastic battery life, you have yourself 12 hours of playtime, a sweet deal right? Rated IPX7, this right here is the real deal.
There is also a PartyBoost button that helps you pair other party boost enabled speakers to create a stereo pair or a stereo mono where over 100 party boost enabled speakers can connect. Yes, 100 speakers, astonishing. This speaker delivers, it comes as advertised.
Bang & Olufsen Beosound A1 (2nd Gen)
Its oval slick design is another fine display of Danish innovative electronics. Innovation was what they hoped for and executed to perfection. This beast supports Qualcomm’s latest aptX Adaptive Bluetooth 5.1 codec and as you guessed it, has Alexa. With an IP rating of 67 and an output of 8200-watt and 18 drivers, you are guaranteed satisfaction. You have right here a premium product and will cost you quite a bit. It sounds like too much for a speaker but I promise you will not be disappointed.