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In the archive of the Bluetooth speaker category, you will find all Bluetooth speakers that we have tested in the online hi-fi magazine STEREO GUIDE – for home or waterproof and dust protected with battery for outdoor use . Get a quick and comprehensive overview of wireless speakers from brands like JBL. Marshall, Sony or Bose.
Sharp XParty Street Beat (PS-949) review
Light and shade: The affordable party box must show its colors
Sharp XParty Street Beat (PS-949) is aimed at the party speakers from JBL and Sony. Light organ, good mobility and great app are offset by some weaknesses.
Review: Soundcore Motion 300 by Anker
Small, but smart: Automatic EQ thanks to gyro sensor
For less than 100 euros, the Soundcore Motion 300 offers refinements such as automatic sound adjustment, a great app and rich bass.
Review: Klipsch The Three Plus with phono and USB
Vinyl joins Bluetooth with retro style
With The Three Plus, Klipsch wants to compete with the retro Bluetooth speakers from Marshall. Its wild card is extensive connectivity.
Tronsmart Bang Max review
The name says it all: Bang Max
The Tronsmart Bang Max lives up to its name. For less than 200 euros, no one can beat it for bass and volume. Not in the equipment either.
Tronsmart Bang Mini review
Small, but with a big bang effect?
The Tronsmart Bang Mini promises level and light show for under 100 euros. However, the stately party box showed some weaknesses in the review.
Sony SRS-XB100 review
With app and new sound tuning better than the Sony SRS-XB13?
The Sony SRS-XB100 replaces XB13. The review will reveal whether it sets an exclamation mark among mini Bluetooth speakers with its app and new tuning.
Sonos Move 2 review
Sonos focuses on stereo: Does the 2-channel upgrade really make the Move 2 better?
The Sonos Move 2 relies on stereo sound, but it is limited due to its compactness. But it sounded much more grown-up in the review.
Klipsch Gig XXL review
XXL beats enter the scene: could Klipsch beat JBL´s Partybox 110?
Review Klipsch Gig XXL vs JBL Partybox 110. This Bluetooth speaker is a real challenger of the bestseller. Mic and natural sound included.
Piega Premium 301 Wireless Gen2 review with Connect Plus
The Swiss style of streaming
The Piega is a gem among wireless speakers and convinces with the finest sound and many streaming options.
Klipsch Gig XL review
Party and well-balanced sound in a cube
A cube-shaped, pretty portable and light-weight party speaker by Klipsch with mic included offering balanced hi-fi sound and simple operation.