The JBL Flip 4 is firmly in the ‘small speaker’ category, which comes with its own sets of pros of cons. It fits easily into your hand, has phenomenal battery life, and weighs just 1.13 pounds (515 grams), but we can’t expect it to compete with a larger Bluetooth speaker when it comes to filling a large room with sound. Of course, those larger speakers typically command a price nearly double the Flip 4’s competitive price, so there’s no doubt the Flip 4 fits many people’s needs perfectly.
Anker is perhaps best known for its chargers, power banks, and cables, but with the release of their SoundCore Bluetooth speaker range, they’ve taken the portable Bluetooth speaker market by storm.
The Anker SoundCore 2 is a budget Bluetooth speaker that gives you as much bang for your buck as possible. Rivaling much more expensive small Bluetooth speakers in sound quality, battery life, and features, the Anker SoundCore 2 impresses on a number of fronts.
The original JBL Xtreme released in 2015 was a smash hit and became JBL’s most popular portable Bluetooth speaker. It sounded great, it was versatile, and it was super durable.
It’s for good reason then that it’s sequel — the JBL Xtreme 2 — has been hotly anticipated. But is it as good as the original Xtreme and should you consider upgrading to the new version?
While splurging for a pair of true wireless in-ear headphones sounds like a great idea, it’s harder to find a good experience when you actually get to testing buds out. Wouldn’t you know it, but it’s difficult for manufacturers to pack excellent audio equipment with a Bluetooth receiver into a small earbud casing.
This is an even harder balance to appreciate for earbuds for athletes. These buds have to be comfortable and functional, all without ballooning in size.
The Bose SoundSport Free Wireless Earbuds are the latest attempt to balance all of these aspects. Though they’re pricey they do have a lot of excellent qualities to justify every dollar. While there’s nothing revolutionary about the earbuds, all of its features have been designed with intent.
The JBL Charge 3 is the follow up to the popular JBL Charge 2 Plus midsize portable Bluetooth speaker.
For a midsize Bluetooth speaker, the JBL Charge 3 is priced very competitively. Similar offerings from Beats, Bose, and UE are all undercut significantly by the Charge 3 manufacturer’s suggested retail price.
The JBL Charge series sits comfortably between the JBL Flip series and the JBL Xtreme series. It represents the best of both of these speakers – it’s smaller, more portable, and cheaper than the Xtreme, but louder and with longer battery life than the Flip.
New technology and trends can quickly change the landscape with any electronic devices and the same can be said with earphones. Apple’s AirPods have proved to be a success and other companies want to cash in on the trend. That leads us on nicely to the Samsung Galaxy Buds.
The end result is a great set of earphones which sit nicely in your ear and give you a good level of sound quality. In this Samsung Galaxy buds review, we will look more deeply into those features and also look at any downsides to see whether or not these are the perfect earbuds for you.
The Bose SoundLink Revolve is sturdy. The high-end look may initially deceive you – the speaker is designed to be taken with you and it’s drop resistant. Don’t worry about anyone knocking the speaker over at your party – the Bose Soundlink will handle it without breaking a sweat.
Handling the Bose Soundlink Revolve, you’ll notice the excellent build quality. The speaker has a modern metal casing that’s understated and would fit in anywhere from a high-end apartment to a beach outing.