For years, the world has been a fan of music. Unless you’ve been living in a bunker with yourself and a bunch of Twinkies, you must have seen a couple of artists, singers, and bands come and go and along with them, a medium for music.
The 70’s brought us the gigantic vinyl cd’s and the 90’s the cassette, which was playable via a casette player or a boombox – the genesis of portable speakers. There was a running fad, in the 90’s and early 2000’s, of baring a boombox on the shoulder.
Then, smartphones came and the age of digital medium for music hit the market, thus killing the boombox fad.
But the technology world did not just sit back and watch the loud-music-speaker-less world burn to ashes. They took measures.
After the Bluetooth technology made waves in the different areas of the industry, it was then where the Bluetooth Speakers were born. Today we count down, the best boomboxes of this generation.
Bose Soundlink Mini
They say big things come in small packages, apparently for this boom speaker – it’s not big. It’s gargantuan, if that’s even enough to describe the bass on this little piece of metal. For only 200 USD, this piece of tech can fill up a room, and 5 hallways of bass and rhythm.
It also comes with a dock. Sweet!
Logitech X3000 Colored BT Speakers
If the name X3000 doesn’t make you wanna buy this tech, then maybe it’s full quality bass and loud max volume could do the trick. Baring the name of a year 3000 time machine, this wireless speaker also comes in different colors and only comes with a price tag of at least 70 USD.
But seriously though, X3000 sounds awesome.
Polk Audio Woodbourne
No, we are not talking about a fishingrod or a wooden stool from those corny “BUT WAIT THERE’S MORE!!” commercials. We’re talking about one of the, if not the most, powerful sound emitters in this bunch.
The Polk Audio Woodbourne is a versatile speaker, usable for home-theater setups as well as music. The sleek metal design also makes up for a shiny suave look. This is certainly a boom for the buck. No, not a typo. We say boom cause “bang” would be an understatement for 600 USD.
Okay, Okay, stop crying. We know the price tags thus far have been tear-jerking, that’s why we have this baby right here. The JBL Clip. For just at least 40 bucks, you can score yourself this lightweight and wearable speaker.
Although the power cord is hardwired, it’s not necessarily a deal-breaker. We mean, come on? 40 dollars for wireless speakers?
Harman Kardon Aura
Putting you readers on an emotional roller coaster, we close things up with a 400 dollar piece of hardware. The Harman Kardon Aura is a sleek great-looking and sounding piece of bluetooth sound speakers. Aside from its beautiful aesthetics the Kardon Aura also sports multiple connection options.
So? What are you waiting for? Get your boom back on, with these wireless Bluetooth speakers. Well, maybe not all of them but were pretty sure you have your pick.