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On this page you’ll find the best Bluetooth speakers we’ve tested at Stereo Guide. In the top line of the best list, you can filter the content of the products sorted by our test rating according to criteria that are particularly important to you, such as outdoor suitability, hands-free microphone or AUX-in.
Review: Tribit Stormbox Micro 2 (2022) plus app
Bass out of almost nothing: fine sounds for 60 bucks
The successor of the best-in-class micro speaker just got better adding an in-app EQ and longer battery life to its performance.
Tronsmart T7 Mini review
Dreamer's ball: A lot of fun from this little speaker
The Tronsmart T7 Mini is the best outdoor mini speaker in terms of bass and dynamics. And it offers pleasant sound and long battery life.
B&O Beosound Explore review
For your ears only: Danish design meets wide, decent sound
The compact Beosound is probably the most compact true stereo speaker. Its relaxed sound makes it a perfect choice for home and outdoor use.
Yamaha WS-B1A review
Rather grippy and direct sound competing with B&O and Marshall
The Yamaha WS-B1A is one of the fanciest mini Bluetooth speakers we’ve ever tested. But how does the B&O rival sound?
Sharp GX-BT60 review
Tiny, but impressive – even better if you take the two of them
Sharp’s smallest Bluetooth speaker, the GX-BT60, is light and offers pleasant music reproduction for a full-fledged outdoor speaker.
JBL Flip 6 in review
Is the new one even better than the JBL Flip 5?
The JBL Flip 6 competes with a 2-way system and an app with 3-band equalizer. Does that make it better than the JBL Flip 5?
Bang & Olufsen Beosound A1 2nd gen review
Danish design for the best hi-fi-to-go system
The second generation of the mobile Bluetooth speaker Bang & Olufsen Beosound A1 offers balanced natural sound and hifi-like transparency.
Marshall Emberton 2 review
Rich sound from a tiny Bluetooth box
It has been a long time since a Bluetooth speaker has been so small and yet so good in the test. Still, the Marshall Emberton 2 costs as much as a big one.
Tronsmart T7 review
Maximum bang and imaging for the buck
The Tronsmart T7 is one of the best Bluetooth speakers around 60 dollars. It plays loud with rich bass and astonishing ambience.
Bose Soundlink Flex review
Flex sells: maximum dynamics from a flat speaker?
The Bose Soundlink Flex showed strong points as being the most mature sounding flat speaker. But it is certainly not the most audiophile one.
Teufel Boomster review
Can the Bluetooth box with DAB+ replace a stereo system?
The Teufel Boomster from 2021 is not only a great Bluetooth speaker with rich bass. It also features FM, DAB+ and a powerbank function.
Marshall Stanmore 3 review
The new Marshall plan brings rock´n roll to you!
The Marshall Stanmore 3 is a really mature bluetooth speaker. It is easy to operate and gets you plenty of bass, SPL and live feeling.
Tribit Stormbox Blast review
The Blast & the Furious: Plenty of party power for less than 200 dollars
The Tribit Stormbox Blast is a heavy device for its price range. In review, it heated us up with powerful bass and a light show.
Sony SRS-XG300 review
May the party be with you - handle it well!
The Sony SRS-XG300 is a compact portable boombox with rich sound and lots of cool features. Definitiely an alternative to the JBL Xtreme 3.
Review: JBL Xtreme 3 with new app-based EQ
Carry the party on a strap - and get real hi-fi
JBL´s Xtreme 3 is for good reason the most popular mobile speaker on a shoulder strap, combining party dynamics with hi-fi virtues.
JBL Partybox 310 review
Let the party roll with powerful music
The JBL Partybox 310 is a heavy but still mobile, battery-powered compact PA with light show, a bargain if you want plenty of powerful music.
Mackie Thump Go 8″ Bluetooth party box review
Rock the block with just 8 kgs of a speaker!
You might see a party speaker in Mackie´s Thump Go 8″. We merely call it a compact PA as its punch and dynamics are simply fantastic.
Review: Marshall Woburn 3 with HDMI
Tower of power - will it replace your hi-fi-system?
Marshall´s Woburn III does not look any different than its predecessor. But it was the bass-richest onebox system ever and lots of fun.
JBL Boombox 3 review
The party classic still grooves impressively in 3rd generation
The JBL Boombox 3 proved stamina and tight power play in the review. At the same time, the party box can be not only loud, but also cultured.
Sony SRS-XG500 review
Carry the real party to wherever you like
The Sony SRS-XG500 is a party speaker that even allows microphone connection in addition to Bluetooth connections. And he can play bass without end.
Review: Klipsch The Nines with HDMI
Cloud number nine for those who like bass
The Klipsch The Nines active speaker set replaces an entire hi-fi system with floorstanding speakers. It plays bass powerful and dynamic in large rooms via HDMI on the TV.
Klipsch Heritage The Sevens with HDMI review
The magnificent Sevens: maximum dynamics, no additional components required
An active speaker handling various sources such as HDMI or record player. It sounds full-bodied and dynamic, suitable for large rooms.
Magnat Monitor Active 2000: review
Bluetooth speaker pair for real stereo imaging as a bargain
The Magnat Monitor Active 2000 offers natural and detailed sound as a stereo speaker set. And the bass is fun too.
Review: Klipsch Heritage The Fives
From HDMI to phono input to app, the Klipsch Heritage Fives offer a coherent overall package. Playful sound with fun factor.
Klipsch ProMedia Heritage 2.1 review
This is were the real retro is
The active sub/sat set Klipsch ProMedia Heritage 2.1 with offers only basic functions. In return, there is retro design and powerful sound.