In 1972 The Guinness Book of World records declared the rock band Deep Purple to be the loudest band on earth when the sound at their concert at the Rainbow Theatre reached an ear-shredding 117dB, only slightly less than that of a jet fighter on take-off. To achieve this, they used a 10,000 watt PA system that rendered three members of the audience unconscious during the show.
Over $7 billion was spent on Bluetooth speakers last year, with more than 164 million sold. A search on Amazon for ‘Bluetooth speaker’ returns over 4,000 results alone.
So how can you choose what Bluetooth speaker to buy?
Well, in this Aduro Bluetooth Speakers Review, I hope to make things easier for you.
The global market for Bluetooth speakers is growing at 10% a year. By next year it is estimated it will be worth almost $8 billion. If you type ‘Bluetooth speaker’ into Google, it already returns a bewildering 336 million results.
For a Bluetooth speaker to stand out in this already crowded marketplace, it has to be something special.
The Aomais Go Bluetooth Speakers have rapidly acquired a vast following despite such massive competition. Thousands of reviewers have given it top marks for its ‘rugged, waterproof design,’ ‘thumping bass’ and ‘amazing battery life.’
Bookshelf speakers like the Audioengine HDP6 have become the go-to choice for many audiophiles (such as myself) who love a great sound but do not have space for a sizeable floor-standing speaker system.
If you were looking for an Audioengine a5+ review, you’re in luck, because this is the only review on the bookshelf speakers you will ever need. When it comes to speakers, people often find themselves in a sticky situation; either go for the speaker, which fits in your room but doesn’t sound great, or buy a giant speaker which gives you perfect sound, but will mean the settee will have to go.
In this SoundBot Bluetooth speakers review, I’ll be telling you what makes people such fans of SoundBot’s Bluetooth speakers. Reviewers mention their ‘rugged dependability’ and ‘quality components,’ while others rave over their ‘funky design’ and ‘great sound.’ But there’s more, so read on.
I’m always on the hunt for quality sounding speakers. Ones for listening to music and watching movies at home in peace.
That’s what led me to discover the Micca MB42X speakers.
When I researched them in depth I found them to be among the best for their price range.
Bookshelf speakers are a smart alternative if you are short on space for the larger floor-standing speakers. Contrary to popular belief, premium bookshelf speakers can offer the same sonic aspects of their larger counterparts, the floor-standing speakers.
If you are investing in one of the top-performing bookshelf speakers available today, the Micca bookshelf speakers should be right up your alley. My Micca RB42 review will help you make a more informed decision.
Like many other people, I love music but do not have space for a sizeable floor-standing speaker system, so getting bookshelf speakers may have crossed your mind as it did mine.
Bookshelf speakers are the go-to choice for many people who simply want to enjoy every audio nuance a speaker system has to offer but do not have space in their home for large speakers.
When it comes to bookshelf speakers, one of the first names which come to mind is the Klipsch R 15-M.
If you are interested in getting this speaker, then read this Klipsch R 15-M review.
Investing in the Sony bookshelf speakers SSCS5 is a natural choice. Like me, you already know how frustrating it can be to sacrifice good sound quality for a compact size, or vice versa.
It is a problem often associated with bookshelf speakers. A compact design tends to produce an underwhelming sound. But, you shouldn’t have to choose between a compact design and thumping bass output. If you’re like me, you will want to have the best of both worlds, and this is where the Sony SSCS5 bookshelf speakers come in.