The Top Rated Bluetooth Speaker For 2018

 

Over the past couple of years, the Bluetooth speakers are back in trend. Nowadays, there’s no excuse not to have a good portable speaker on hand for outdoor activities and filling every room of your home with music.

Buying a Bluetooth/wireless speaker isn’t really all that difficult. However, if you are in the market looking to buy a good wireless speaker for the first time, it’s necessary to read a lot about it and get the full information about the brands, types, and specifications.

The latest Bluetooth speakers deliver great sound quality and pack bags of features. Here’s a guide to choosing the best for you.

Best Bluetooth Speakers 2018 You should Choose From

Wireless speakers come in all shapes, sizes and different levels of connectivity. Below you will find the buying guide that will help you choose your Wireless Speaker from the top rated Bluetooth speakers list.

Bowers & Wilkins A7

Bowers & Wilkins A7
Bowers & Wilkins A7

The A7 is an AirPlay speaker and will only connect wirelessly with iOS devices. You can still connect pretty much anything via USB or AUX. With it’s sleek and sturdy design, this speaker is one of the most elegant speakers. Part of the reason for the A7’s subtle styling is that it’s intended to be placed anywhere – a tabletop, bookshelf, TV cabinet – and fit in, both in terms of design and dimensions.

Although the A7 is largely meant to be controlled through AirPlay, it still includes a remote for controlling the basics. The little lozenge-shaped zapper is nicely made and features a well laid out selection of buttons; Power, Volume, Play/Pause and Skip track.

JBL Charge 3

JBL Charge 3
JBL Charge 3

The Charge series is one of the most renowned series that is available in the market at the moment, having some of the best Bluetooth speakers on the list. With 360-degree audio it offers great sound. The JBL also stands out for its epic battery life with a 20-hour charge.

The design gives the speaker an ability to be louder than normal. In terms of build in quality, it’s really good. JBL provided full waterproofing for this speaker. When it comes to size, It’s obviously larger than the previous Charge 2+ but it’s okay it plays music louder than before.

B&O Play Beoplay A1

B&O Play Beoplay A1
B&O Play Beoplay A1

The B&O Play Beoplay A1, a really compact Bluetooth speaker that can comfortably fit in your pocket. Despite the small size, the speaker managed to perform output a really good amount of sound through the size, that was loud, clear, and crisp.

With its excellent battery life, this speaker nailed it! It can work as and speakerphone too. It also comes with a handy, leather strap that can be attached to your bag easily. It’s your perfect choice if you’re looking for a small size speaker.

Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin

Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin
Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin

Bowers & Wilkins is known for providing some of the finest audio products in the market. The Zeppelin is the latest flagship, it looks like a zeppelin, but quite smaller than a real one.

The speaker supports Bluetooth 4.1, Apple Airplay, and Spotify Connect ensuring that your experience goes completely unfazed. In addition to that, it comes with apps for PC, Mac, and iOS, but what’s really strange that it doesn’t have any app for Android phones.

The speaker can easily sit in whatever place you want it to be and will blend nicely with the surroundings thanks to its all-black chassis.

Bose SoundLink Bluetooth Speaker III

Bose SoundLink Bluetooth Speaker III
Bose SoundLink Bluetooth Speaker III

Bose is also known for their amazing speakers. The reason why this speaker is called SoundLink is that you can pair multiple speakers like this one in order to create a very large surround sound signature.

The SoundLink III is the latest iteration of Bose’s Bluetooth speaker, replacing the SoundLink II. Its battery can last almost twice as long as the previous model, offering 14 hours of listening time after a three-hour charge.

It is balanced more towards favoring low-mids than high-mids compared with the SoundLink II. This gives it a slightly warmer sound across all genres and doesn’t significantly hurt the treble, but it means higher frequency sounds lose a bit of their edge compared with the SoundLink II.

Before you go ahead and buy one, it would be wise to consider exactly whether or not you want to move your speaker around a lot. Also what devices you’ll be using for streaming music to the Wireless speakers you are going to buy.

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