Deal on UE Hyperboom: speaker of list price $449.99 is now available for just $399.00

There are a few well-known speakers that you might take to the beach or park with you. Ultimate Ears is one of the companies that has done well in this area (UE). It is the company that makes the popular UE Boom, Roll, and Wonderboom speaker series. With the UE Hyperboom, you can take loud music with you even more than before.

This is a huge UE speaker that has been stretched as far as it can go, but does that make it any good? The Hyperboom is similar to other Ultimate Ears speakers in that it has a sporty design with mesh fabric covers and plastic hardware. Ultimate Ears has also made the Hyperboom a little less noticeable by giving it a black finish instead of one of the many colors you can choose from when you buy a Boom or Megaboom.


  • Splash-proof IPX4 build
  • Dual Bluetooth inputs with seamless switching
  • Aux and optical inputs
  • Loud output
  • Battery life
  • One-Touch music playlist is pretty handy
  • Adaptive EQ

It’s also different from similar party speakers from companies like JBL and Sony, which are often louder and sometimes have flashing lights in all the colors of the rainbow. It’s also different from earlier models because it has a square shape. Doug Ebert, UE’s product manager, told us that the company wanted to “deliver the best possible listening experience with a proper stereo image” instead of making sure 360-degree sound with a cylindrical design.

Overall, the way the UE Hyperboom is made makes it seem like it’s very sturdy, and it’s likely that it won’t get damaged even if it’s moved around and used in different places. It’s also helpful that it has IPX4 certification for water resistance. This means that it can handle splashes from a pool, and a spilled drink shouldn’t ruin the party.

Holding down one of the Bluetooth buttons makes it easy to connect the speaker to your device wirelessly. This is one of the things that makes Hyperboom stand out. It lets you connect two Bluetooth devices at once and switch between them without any awkward pauses. This is useful when one DJ takes over from another at a party.

How to get UE Hyperboom?

The Hyberboom can play sound in 270 degrees, which is different from the 360-degree speakers that UE is known for. It makes sense, since the Hyperboom should be against a wall anyway, and the sound will be stronger if it is.

George Southwell
George Southwell
George Southwell is a writer for Bollyinside who has a passion for classic cinema, architecture, entertaining friends through the art of the kitchen, and guiding others in the purchase of consumer technology items that meet their specific needs. You could find him in a figure drawing class, a movie theatre, or just standing in the middle of a sidewalk and staring at a building when he's not writing.


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