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How to buy the best Bluetooth speaker(二)

Published in 2018-1-30

Some Features to look for as following :


This one is fairly self-explanatory, but if you think you’re going to need to be taking a lot of phone calls you might want to look into a speaker that has a built-in mic and speakerphone functionality. This can be helpful whether the speaker is sitting on your desk or if you need to answer a call poolside.

2.Connecting multiple speakers

Some speakers, like the M15, have the ability to connect to an second speaker for stereo sound. If you’re planning on getting more than one speaker, this might be a feature you’d want to look into as there are now quite a few speakers that do it.

3.Battery Life

This isn’t unique to Bluetooth speakers and is something that should always be considered when buying any tech related thing, but battery life is always important. If you’re looking for a speaker to take with you on a weekend camping trip, you might want one that has more than a 4 or 5 hour battery life. Especially since you’re not going to be near an outlet where you can easily charge it.

4.USB output

This goes along with battery life, but plenty of the larger speakers have a correspondingly larger battery. Because of that many of them have a built-in USB output so that if your phone is running low on juice you can siphon some off from the speaker battery. Not all large speakers have this so if it’s a feature you think you’d be interested in, now you know what to look for.


Connecting to Bluetooth speakers is fairly simple, but if you want to bypass your settings and just start playing music make sure to look for a speaker with NFC. NFC, or Near Field Communication, allows compatible devices to connect to a speaker via Bluetooth simply by tapping the two together. Even though iPhone’s now use NFC for Apple Pay, it’s basically locked down. Unfortunately, the only way you’ll get to enjoy the benefits of NFC is with an Android phone.


The definition of a portable device is one that you can bring anywhere, even near water. Technology and water usually don’t mix, but there’s a surprising amount of Bluetooth speakers that are completely submersible and even more that are water resistant. If you’re looking for a speaker to use poolside or at the beach, waterproofing should definitely be one of your top priorities.

7.3.5mm input

Sure this is a Bluetooth speaker guide, but we can’t forget about the devices that paved the way. Many devices (like the iPod classic) do not have Bluetooth, so you still need to plug them in with an audio cable. Basically all speakers have a 3.5mm input so you won’t have to worry about it for the most part, but if one of your devices is non-Bluetooth, you might want to double check. Better safe than sorry.

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