1. dustinleland2003's Avatar
    Hi, eveyone. I am a newbie in the tech area. I am having a Samsung Prime 7 which is running Android 6.0.
    At the moment I'm intending to buy a new Bluetooth speaker for studying and entertainment purpose.
    I want to find a Bluetooth (or wireless) Bluetooth that have at least 10-hour battery life so that it can operate in 1 day of working and studying. I hope it will lightweight enough to hold by a hand. The quality is not so important, medium sound quality is enough for me, as long as it's not too bad.

    I must confess that I don't have much money, the budget is about $100 - $150, that's the amount of money I saved entirely in 1 year so I want to choose the fittest one. I don't want to make the wrong decision. Can you guys help me, thank you and forgive me if I am posting on the wrong topic
    Peace
    01-25-2018 07:48 PM
  2. Matthew Craig's Avatar
    Try looking at the ihome products. I have an iBT85 ihome Bluetooth speaker. It's water resistant, and it is fairly lightweight but it's not the kind that fits in your pocket, awesome battery life. I have mine turned on all day connected to my Amazon Alexa and it stays charged. The ports on the side have a rubber hatch to keep it water safe, but it's sturdy. There is a USB output for charging any USB powered device, the micro USB port for charging the speaker, and a 3.5 mm AUX jack if you don't want to use Bluetooth. Oh and it lights up too, how cool is that. It has its own app for changing the colors and light patterns. It uses the RBG color LED technology, so you can make it be any color of the rainbow you want. Lastly it's 49.99$ USD. Here is the products website: https://www.ihomeaudio.com/iBT85/
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    01-25-2018 08:23 PM
  3. muzzy996's Avatar
    JBL Flip 4 gets my vote. I don't have one but I've heard a few of them when out and about - to me it's got good value if one is considering it as an initial purchase with the potential for follow up purchases (you can get another one later to expand to a stereo pair or even buy several to link all together).

    Obviously there's a ton of others out there as well. I've got a few at home including a JBL Charge 2+ and Sony SRS-X55. I love my SRX-X55 as a stand alone speaker but I don't know if its necessarily worth the price given its age in the market (when I got it I found it at Costco for $80).
    01-25-2018 08:44 PM
  4. dustinleland2003's Avatar
    Thank you guys. I really appreciate your suggestions. After researching iBT85 and JBL Flip , I also find on google some information. Then this article appears: https://technigital.com/loudest-blue...s-market-2018/
    It's seem like an affiliate website, I guess. But the review is quite clear and clean, not kind of bias review. I also contacted to the webmaster of that website to ask for advise. They also recommend me buy or JBL Flip 4 or Vava Voom 21 (which is number 1 in their list)
    So should I choose which speaker, guy?
    Sorry if my question bother you
    02-01-2018 10:23 PM
  5. muzzy996's Avatar
    Personally I'd go with something like the flip 4 or UE Wonderboom both of which are light and pairable with another of the same type of speaker (actually the flip 4 can pair up to 100 of them). You could basically get two speakers and run them as a stereo pair for better sound separation and coverage.
    02-08-2018 01:40 AM
  6. chanchan05's Avatar
    Try Tronsmart Element T6. Tronsmart is more known for their chargers and cables (kinda like Anker), but recently they entered audio and their products are quite good. I recently got their Encore S1 Bluetooth headset and damn, very good for the price.
    02-08-2018 01:44 AM
  7. chanchan05's Avatar
    Check this video out.

    02-08-2018 03:42 AM

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