Wireless and portable speakers are popular as never before: We tested six current models in different sizes and price ranges.Updated on 21/03/2017: We have DockIn D Fine * subsequently taken with in this comparison test (page 6).
Your smartphone is too low? The kitchen radio rattles? The stereo from the 90s to be retired? There are many reasons to create a new Bluetooth speaker. Whether it is because outdated or too feeble technique is to be replaced - or simply because a development has taken place and the wireless boxes can be considered mature by now.
The Bluetooth speaker compared test 2016/2017
We have six speakers tested in three size classes: two small (JBL and DockIn), two medium-sized (anchor and Bose) and two large (DockIn and devil). The determined score at the end of each test takes into account the size of the speaker.
In the final grade of the sound (music + Language) to 50 percent comes in, supplemented by practical (everyday practicality, service) and equipment.
- JBL Go (current Amazon price: 24,99 EUR) *
- DockIn D Solid (current Amazon price: 49,95 EUR) *
- Anchor A3143 Premium Stereo (current Amazon price: 63,99 EUR) *
- Bose SoundLink Mini II Special Edition (current List Price: 209 Euro) *
- DockIn D Fine (current Amazon price: 139.95 EUR) *
- Devil BOOM STER (current Amazon price: 329.99 EUR) *
Six Bluetooth boxes from small to large - for any purpose is here
Our test shows that it is for each situation the appropriate Bluetooth Speaker - but you have to know what to expect and what not. A fist-sized gadget like the DockIn D Solid sonicated no party, a race car like the devil Boomster not disappear once just in the gym bag and an anchor Premium Stereo does not lie in the dirt before the festival tent.
"Quality sound" for the respective size that promises just about every manufacturer - but is this true? Each of the devices was sent to test marathon of jazz, hip-hop, techno, metal, classical music and vocals.
Sonically, all candidates have their merits, but are interesting the design and operating concepts. On the following pages you read which speaker which could earn points. It starts with the JBL Go.
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