Best Loudest Bluetooth Speakers

While most Bluetooth speakers produce more than adequate sound, sometimes it’s just not enough to satisfy our rock and metal tastes. After all, both genres were created to be played LOUD. So what we want are speakers that are able to decimate demons with face-melting guitar solos and deliver riffs so massive that the devil himself would have to struggle with them. With this in mind, we’ve put together this guide to the loudest Bluetooth speakers currently available in the world.

Best Loudest Bluetooth Speakers

From the loudest to the loudest – but not quite as loud – this guide will help you decide which Bluetooth speaker is best for you and your music collection and has the right volume.

1. The New SoundBoks

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The New SOUNDBOKS - The Loudest Portable Bluetooth Performance Speaker (126 dB,...

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It has “new” in the title for a reason. As the newest device after the release of the SoundBoks 1 and 2, this massive monster delivers 126dB – and gives you the feeling of being in the front row at a concert by delivering 4dB more than its predecessor. Don’t let the small number fool you, because 4dB is a significant increase in itself. The battery life of 40 hours is no joke either. Combined with two 10-inch subwoofers with built-in bass amplifiers, you can enjoy all those godless riffs as long as you can handle them.

If you wonder if this speaker is too professional for you, don’t worry. One of the great things about SoundBoks is how accessible this speaker is from the casual listener to the hardened musician. Stream music via Bluetooth or connect your electric guitar. Both are good for this monster. If your goal is to have a party as soon as things get back to normal, consider the speaker’s ability to daisy-chain up to four other New SoundBoks speakers. Overall, this is one of the best loudest Bluetooth speakers right now.

2. Braven BRV-XXL

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BRAVEN BRV-XXL/2 Large Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker [Waterproof][Outdoor] Built-in 15, 600mAh Power...

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The large portable Bluetooth wireless speaker BRAVEN BRV-XXL is one of the largest and loudest Bluetooth speakers. The music blows from both sides over the 4 HD audio drivers, while the subwoofer delivers a lively bass from below. Too much bass or high tones? No problem, the speaker has a built-in EQ sound adjustment, which allows you to customize the speaker to your needs. The speaker is designed for durability and can prevent accidents, sand, dirt, and even dust. Whether you’re camping, hiking, or just sitting at home, this Bluetooth speaker will not disappoint you with its reliability.

What’s more, the BRAVEN BRV-XXL is waterproof with a certified IPX5 protection class, making it safe from accidental splashing or spilling of water. The speaker also has a built-in microphone that allows you to receive incoming calls without disconnecting your Bluetooth device. Although the BRAVEN BRV-XXL weighs significantly more than the average portable speaker, this is compensated for by loud music and long battery life. A single charge can take up to 14 hours, making it an excellent option for outdoor use.

3. Amazon Echo Studio

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Echo Studio - High-fidelity smart speaker with 3D audio and Alexa

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$159.99 $199.99

With a market share of 65%, it feels like everyone, including your mother, has an Amazon echo. But when it comes to intelligent speakers, isn’t “loud” the first thing that comes to mind? In this case, Echo Studio delivers up to 90 dB of sound – as loud as a pimped out lawnmower – a very good performance to shake that idea. It differs from other conventional Bluetooth speakers in the positioning of its five speakers: one midrange driver is directed upwards, one midrange driver to the right and another to the left, a tweeter to the front, and a woofer down into the hollowed-out space Apple calls the bass opening.

These placements are designed to give the listener a haunting experience – as if you were surrounded by sound. As a smart home device, users enjoy the benefits of software updates and the ability to connect to a wide range of other smart home devices. It is worth noting that this speaker is designed for use in a home environment, not outdoors. Overall, this is one of the best loudest Bluetooth speakers right now.

4. Marshall Woburn II

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Marshall Woburn II Wireless Bluetooth Speaker Black, - New

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The historic Marshall brand has been loyally too loud for decades. Five decades, to be exact. Fortunately, this vintage car seems to adapt quickly to modern times, considering the Bluetooth connectivity of Woburn II. Other additions include a Marshall app that lets you turn the speaker on and off and manually adjust volume, bass, and treble.

The speaker offers great overall sound and is built for clear, low frequencies thanks to its two subwoofers, which are equipped with a bass reflex system and an external port. Although this Marshall Bluetooth speaker doesn’t make a lot of fuss, it requires a lot of maintenance as it is not water, dirt, and beer resistant… so keep this baby indoors and away from spills. Overall, this is one of the best loudest Bluetooth speakers right now.

5. JBL Boombox 2

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The Boombox itself contains two subwoofers and delivers 30 watts of power, both of which are essential to reproduce the deep bass range and the “monstrous” sound, as JBL puts it, at a very loud volume. How loud? Well, considering that 30 watts are generally enough to produce 100 dB – about the volume, you would reach in your local cinema – that’s pretty loud. Despite its slim design, it’s actually more robust than it looks. For one thing, it’s IPX7 certified, which means it’s completely waterproof, snowproof, and dustproof.

This is a big advantage when you want to bring music outdoors. Other plus points are the 24-hour battery life and the possibility to chain other JBL speakers. At this price point, you could invest in two boomboxes that can be linked together for the price of a new SoundBoks. But let’s be realistic, one is strong enough for the average person. Overall, this is one of the best loudest Bluetooth speakers right now.

6. Bose S1 Pro System

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Bose S1 Pro Portable Bluetooth Speaker System w/ Battery – Black

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Considering its mega output power of 160 W and a peak volume of 109 dB, the S1 Pro System is designed to project sound far and wide. This combination of power and volume makes it perfect for outdoor parties or spacious indoor venues. Its Bluetooth connectivity and app are convenient for easy streaming and tethering with other Bose Bluetooth speakers. This speaker may be better suited for musicians because of its auto EQ technology, built-in three-channel mixer, and multiple inputs and outputs for connecting to other speakers and electrical instruments.

Unfortunately, it’s not waterproof or rugged, and the wireless range of 9 meters is somewhat short. As a professional-level speaker, it meets the needs of any musician very well. For the average listener, it will not disappoint with its rumbling bass. Whatever your reason for buying it, just don’t leave it out in the rain. Overall, this is one of the best loudest Bluetooth speakers right now.

7. Anker Soundcore Rave

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Anker Soundcore Rave Mini Portable Party Speaker, Huge 101dB Sound, Fully Waterproof,...

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With a name like “Rave”, it is clear that this loudspeaker was built to be so loud that you can feel it. Two 5 ¼-inch woofers deliver a rumbling bass that is amplified by a bass port. Soundcore has gone one step further and uses BassUp technology, a digital signal processor that gives listeners a richer, clearer bass. In other words, the bass drops deeper than the average speaker.

The Rave features Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, which means reliable connectivity for music playback and the ability to play the music even at a distance of up to 240 meters from the speaker itself. The Rave has a moderately low price and offers the performance and benefits expected from a speaker that prides itself on being the loudest in the room. Overall, this is one of the best loudest Bluetooth speakers right now.

8. Sonos Move

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Sonos Move - Battery-powered Smart Speaker, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth with Alexa built-in...

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Times have changed for Sonos with this first portable Bluetooth speaker called “Move”. The difference between this and older models is the portability and built-in intelligence. Through integration with Google Home and Amazon Echo, users can use it just like any other smart speaker. What’s more, portability is combined with high weather resistance, so you can take this speaker outside with you without any problems.

Although it’s very loud at 85db – somewhere between a really loud mixer and a lawnmower – there’s a flip side to the coin. The Sonos Move includes everything except a subwoofer, a speaker that produces the deepest bass sounds in a song. It’s definitely loud and great for the average listener, but the lack of deep bass can be a big drawback for some. Overall, this is one of the best loudest Bluetooth speakers right now.

9. Altec Lansing ALP-XP850 Expedition

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One of the coolest and loudest Bluetooth speakers on the market is definitely going to the Altec Lansing Xpedition 8, which is not only loud but also offers the best durability and IP67 (IPX7) water resistance. In fact, when the speaker falls into water, it corrects itself so that it points upwards and continues to play music. Pretty impressive. The built-in rechargeable battery maintains sound for up to 24 hours and can also be powered from a wall outlet.

The Xpedition 8 was definitely made for parties. The speaker has several LED panels with 12 color combinations and a stroboscopic effect. The Xpedition 8 can be played horizontally or vertically and can be paired with an additional Xpedition 8 for even more sound. It is by far one of the loudest waterproof Bluetooth speakers you can find. The Xpedition 8 features ⅛-inch AUX and Bluetooth for audio inputs. There is also an NFC tag for the quick pairing of NFC devices.

10. Sony GTKXB90

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Sony GTKXB90 High Power Portable Bluetooth Speaker, Black

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Another great looking portable Bluetooth speaker is the Sony XB90. The XB90 is the loudest Bluetooth party speaker from Sony. It comes with a range of LED lights including a stroboscopic effect to create a party atmosphere. In addition, the speaker is equipped with audio effects for the microphone input. This makes the XB90 ideal for karaoke parties.

The XB90 has an RCA input and output, USB (can also be used as a power supply), ¼ inch microphone input, and Bluetooth. There is also an NFC tag for quick coupling of NFC devices. The Sony XB90 comes with some built-in controls, but you also have the option of controlling the speaker via the Music Center app for audio and the Fiestable app for lighting and party effects.

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