Unlike a normal speaker which needs a wired connection, a Bluetooth speaker is a wireless speaker that does not require a cable connection to pair up a device. It is supported by Bluetooth present in your mobile phone and gets connected by a single touch and is very easy to use. So Today we are going to tell you about Best 5 Portable Bluetooth Speakers
Some of the best Bluetooth Portable Speakers are :
1) Ultimate ears wonderboom 2
The Final/very best Ears Wonderboom 2 is as nice-sounding as Ariana Grande but as tough as Lara Croft. In our brand-hidden tests, our panellists picked this Bluetooth speaker as the (in all ways) most (able to do many different things well) choice. With clear vocal reproduction and a decent amount of bass for its size, it offers happiness-causing (by meeting a need or reaching a goal) sound for a small area, such as across a picnic table or a couple of lounge chairs on a patio.
It has an IP67 rating and is one of the most rugged Bluetooth speakers we’ve tested, able to survive a 5-foot drop and a dunking in 1 meter of water–but because it floats, it’ll probably never dive that deep. The Wonderboom 2’s only bad thing/disadvantage is its electrical storage device life, which at 8 hours in our testing is (good) enough but not impressive. We like the Wonderboom 2’s compact design, even if the almost-spherical shape makes this model a little tougher to pack away in a suitcase pocket or laptop bag.
2) JBL extreme 3
The JBL Xtreme 3 is a great choice if you want a Bluetooth speaker that sounds bigger and bolder than our top pick yet is still portable enough to take to the beach or the tailgate. The Xtreme 3–which replaces the thing that came before it, the Xtreme 2, as our upgrade pick–is the best-sounding portable Bluetooth speaker we’ve tested, as our panellists praised it for its clear sound on voices, guitars, and pianos (though its bass tended to get a little quiet at maximum sound level).
This speaker is built for a fun trip: The IP67 rating means it’s waterproof and dustproof, the strong carrying strap makes it easy to lug along anywhere, and in our testing, the Xtreme 3 ran for 17 hours on one charge. But it’s much larger and more expensive than the UE Wonderboom 2.
3) Tribit X sound go
If you want to spend the bare minimum on an (in all ways) good portable Bluetooth speaker, the Tribit XSound Go is a great choice. Its sound is clearer and louder than that of almost all other budget Bluetooth speakers. The XSound Go is small enough to slip into a laptop bag or an already stuffed suitcase, and it runs 10.5 hours on a charge. Plus, it has an IPX7 rating, which means it’s (good or well enough) waterproof to survive a half-hour dunking in 1 meter of water, and it has a speakerphone function. Tribit (not very long ago) upgraded the XSound Go with USB-C charging and stereo pairing.
4) Sony SRS XB33
If you need something that sounds a little louder and fuller than the UE Wonderboom 2 but is more portable and low-priced than the JBL Xtreme 3, the Sony SRS-XB33 finds a nice middle ground.
It’s powerful enough to fill a 20-by-15-foot room, and it gave us about 16 hours of electrical storage device life in our tests. With an IP67 waterproof and dustproof rating, it’s also built to take punishment, and it has multicolour lights and strobes, as well as a speakerphone function. However, it’s about two and a half times bigger and heavier than the Wonderboom 2, so it’s nowhere near as portable.
5) Ultimate ear hyper boom
The Final/very best Ears Hyperboom might be the closest thing we’ve found to a portable Bluetooth speaker that does everything well. It plays almost twice as loud as the JBL Xtreme 3, so it’s ideal for pool parties and tailgating. It also sounds beautiful, with smooth and natural vocals, big/enough deep bass, and surprising mood/quality for a one-piece speaker–so you’ll probably want to use it indoors, too.
At 14.3 inches high and 16.6 pounds, it’s (not have common sense/way too full of problems) for airline travel, but it’s compact and light enough that most people can carry it easily. It also has an IPX4 rating, so it can survive all the splashing that goes on around a pool. In our tests, it played at a fairly loud sound level for 27.5 hours on a single charge.