Wifi speakers outdoor: The 5 Best Outdoor Speakers of 2023

The 6 Best Outdoor Speakers – Summer 2023: Reviews

  1. Table of Contents
  2. Intro
  3. Best Speaker

    1. Best Mid-Range

      1. Best Budget

        1. Best Cheap

          1. Best Outdoor Decor

            1. Best Smart

              1. Notable Mentions
              2. Recent Updates
              3. All Reviews
              4. Discussions

              Updated Jun 29, 2023 at 02:22 pm

              By Becca Fischer

              Whether you want to host a pool party, listen to your favorite tunes in your backyard, or spice up your next hike at the local park, an outdoor speaker is a great way to bring audio with you on the go. Many portable Bluetooth speakers on the market are battery-operated, so you can use them outside without worrying about plugging them into an outlet. Plus, their sturdy and solid designs help withstand the bumps and falls that come with an active lifestyle, and they even boast IP ratings for dust and water resistance to help them withstand the elements. We’ve also tested a few speakers that blend into your landscaping, which is a neat touch. However, the scope of our testing hasn’t expanded to speakers designed to live outdoors permanently, so you’ll want to remember to bring them inside at the end of the day unless otherwise specified by the manufacturer.

              We’ve tested over 110 speakers, and below, you’ll find our recommendations for the best wireless outdoor speakers. If you want more options, check out our recommendations for the best portable Bluetooth speakers, the best waterproof Bluetooth speakers, and the best Bluetooth speakers under $100.

              1. Best Outdoor Speaker

                JBL Boombox 3

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                Outdoors

                8.1

                Battery Powered

                Yes

                Speakerphone

                No

                Voice Assistant

                No

                Bluetooth

                Yes

                Wi-Fi

                No

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                The JBL Boombox 3 is the best outdoor speaker we’ve tested. This speaker is a great pick for listening to music wherever you go, whether you’re soaking up the sun in the backyard or relaxing at the campsite over a long weekend. It’s also designed to hold up against the elements— it’s rated IP67 for dust and water resistance, and it even floats in water. Its solid and sturdy build gives it a great feel, and with a built-in handle, you can carry it around in one hand. Since it lasts for over 29 hours off a single charge, you don’t have to worry about getting it back to a power outlet for a recharge all that often.

                This speaker is larger than some of the other picks on our list, but it pays off in terms of sound quality. Right out of the box, you get a clear and detailed sound. The extra heft also allows the device to reproduce a deep and extended low-bass. As a result, it’s especially suitable for listening to genres like EDM and hip-hop, which have a little extra bass mixed in from the jump. If you want a different sound, a graphic EQ is available in the JBL Portable app for manual customization.

                As the best Bluetooth outdoor speaker we’ve tested, it’s easy to stream audio from your phone to the device wherever you go. If you want something a little lighter for longer treks outdoors, you can check out some of the more budget-friendly options on our list, but if you want the best of the best, this speaker is worth a look.

                See our review

              2. Best Mid-Range Outdoor Speaker

                Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM 3

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                Outdoors

                7.9

                Battery Powered

                Yes

                Speakerphone

                No

                Voice Assistant

                No

                Bluetooth

                Yes

                Wi-Fi

                No

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                Looking for a more affordable speaker to bring outside? Check out the Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM 3. This versatile device is great for both indoor and outdoor use. Take it to the park for an afternoon with your friends, then bring it back home to relax to music in your living room. Its small and lightweight design makes it easy to bring wherever you go, and you can even clip it to your bag with its built-in hook. Plus, it’s sturdy enough to endure some exposure to the elements while you’re outside, thanks to its IP67 rating for dust and water resistance.

                This cool speaker is available in lots of different colors to suit your style, and its great sound quality makes it suitable for listening to lots of different music genres. Voices and lead instruments are reproduced with clarity, and you can even switch up its sound to add more thump in the bass or brightness in the treble using the graphic EQ in the Ultimate Ears app. Granted, it doesn’t bring as much low-bass as the JBL Boombox 3, but the tradeoff may be worth it if you’re looking for a smaller, lighter outdoor speaker. This speaker is a great choice if you want to listen to music on your next outdoor adventure.

                See our review

              3. Best Budget Outdoor Speaker

                Ultimate Ears WONDERBOOM 3

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                7.9

                Battery Powered

                Yes

                Speakerphone

                No

                Voice Assistant

                No

                Bluetooth

                Yes

                Wi-Fi

                No

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                The Ultimate Ears WONDERBOOM 3 is the best budget outdoor speaker we’ve tested. This small but mighty speaker is a great choice for listening to tunes on the go or even pumping up the action at your next pool party. It’s one of the few speakers we’ve tested that can float in water, which is cool, and it also boasts an IP67 rating for dust and water resistance. Plus, it’s small and lightweight, so you can easily carry it in one hand. The included strap is handy for clipping it onto your bag, too.

                This wallet-friendly pick still offers a solid sound quality, making it suitable for listening to many music genres. Its Outdoor mode is even designed to bring a little extra crispness to the mix when you’re out in a larger, more open-air space, which is a cool touch. You can rock out throughout the day since it lasts over 22 hours off a single charge. That said, since it’s smaller than the Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM 3, it’s not a surprise that it can’t reproduce as deep of a low-bass, so you notice a little less rumble in tracks like EDM and hip-hop. Still, it’s a stand-out pick if you’re on a tighter budget.

                See our review

              4. Best Cheap Outdoor Speaker

                Anker Soundcore 2

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                6. 6

                Battery Powered

                Yes

                Speakerphone

                Yes

                Voice Assistant

                Yes

                Bluetooth

                Yes

                Wi-Fi

                No

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                If you’re looking for a simple speaker that won’t break the bank, the Anker Soundcore 2 is worth a look. It’s another wallet-friendly pick available at an even cheaper price, and it boasts a really solid sound quality compared to other similarly-priced models. Voices and lead instruments are clear and present in the mix, whether listening to music or enjoying the latest podcasts. It doesn’t come with sound customization tools like the Ultimate Ears WONDERBOOM 3, but you may find that you don’t need them in the first place.

                With a small and portable design, this speaker is a great choice for listening to your favorite tunes while out and about. You can easily toss it into your bag or backpack for a day at the park or a hike in the woods. It has a solid and sturdy build, too, so you don’t have to worry too much about damaging it. It can’t float in water like the Ultimate Ears, but it’s still rated IPX7 for water resistance if you come across light exposure to the elements. It lasts 15 hours on a single charge, so you can listen to your tunes all day without interruption. If you’re looking for a simple model or are investing in a speaker for the first time, this pick is worth a look.

                See our review

              5. Best Speaker For Outdoor Decor

                Pohopa EF-B210G

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                6.6

                Battery Powered

                Yes

                Speakerphone

                No

                Voice Assistant

                No

                Bluetooth

                Yes

                Wi-Fi

                No

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                Want a more discreet speaker for your backyard? Prefer something that can live outside 24/7? Check out the Pohopa EF-B210G. These stylish speakers come in pairs of two, and they’re designed to look like lanterns so they don’t distract from your landscaping. With LED lights inside each device, you can also use them to illuminate your outdoor patio, so they serve two functions in one. Stream audio from your phone using Bluetooth, and you enjoy over 60 hours of uninterrupted playback time. Don’t worry about the elements, either—these speakers are also rated IP54 for dust and water resistance.

                However, like most outdoor decor speakers we’ve tested, these devices prioritize design over sound quality. They’re more than suitable for most casual listening sessions. However, if you’re an astute audiophile, you’ll notice a muddier and more cluttered sound than premium tools like the Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM 3. Plus, without any customization tools, you don’t have any way to switch up their performance. If you aren’t worried about the fidelity of audio reproduction, they’re still a great choice, and you won’t have any trouble hearing your music or podcasts through the speaker. Ultimately, they still rank among the best wireless outdoor speakers we’ve tested.

                See our review

              6. Best Outdoor Smart Speaker

                Sonos Move

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                Outdoors

                7.7

                Battery Powered

                Yes

                Speakerphone

                No

                Voice Assistant

                Yes

                Bluetooth

                Yes

                Wi-Fi

                Yes

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                Smart speakers are a great option if you’re looking for hands-free control since their built-in voice assistants are designed to respond to your commands with ease. While most are designed with in-home use in mind, the Sonos Move offers the flexibility to take your smart device outside with you. Its built-in handle makes it easier to transport to your backyard, and its IP56 rating for dust and water resistance adds some protection against the elements. It’s a well-built and premium speaker with great sound quality overall, though it’s not small enough for long days outside like the Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM 3, so you’ll probably just want to keep it to your porch or backyard.

                Inside, you can connect the speaker to your home network over Wi-Fi. Since it also supports Bluetooth, you can wirelessly stream content to the device when you’re outside. Plus, its bass and treble adjustments give you some ability to customize its sound, which is handy. The app even lets you pair the device to other Sonos products, boosting audio throughout your home and backyard. With a 10-hour battery life, it’ll last through a day outside without worrying about a recharge. It’s a great voice assistant option for those interested in this technology.

                See our review

              Notable Mentions

              • Ultimate Ears HYPERBOOM:
                The Ultimate Ears HYPERBOOM is a portable Bluetooth speaker that can get incredibly loud with little compression at max volume. It can produce a more extended low-bass than the Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM 3 and has a longer-lasting battery life of almost 24 hours. It isn’t as well-built or portable as the MEGABOOM 3, and it’s too large and heavy to take on hikes, for instance.
                See our review
              • Alpine Corporation Solar Bluetooth Rock Speaker:
                The Alpine Corporation Solar Bluetooth Rock Speaker is designed to look like a rock that blends nicely with outdoor landscaping. It has a solar panel atop it, so its battery nearly never drains when exposed to sunlight. However, it downmixes stereo content to mono to play it, which isn’t as immersive. It also doesn’t produce an as extended low-bass as the Pohopa EF-B210G speakers.
                See our review
              • Limitless Innovations TikiTunes:
                The Limitless Innovations TikiTunes is a cheap outdoor speaker designed to look like a torch and comes with an amber light built-in that mimics a flickering flame. However, it has an uneven sound profile and doesn’t come with any customization features. It also doesn’t get as loud as the Pohopa EF-B210G speakers, and its battery doesn’t last as long.
                See our review
              • Bose SoundLink Flex:
                The Bose SoundLink Flex is a well-built portable Bluetooth speaker that the manufacturer advertises as floatable. However, unlike the Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM 3, it downmixes stereo content to mono, which isn’t as immersive. Its battery life also doesn’t last as long.
                See our review
              • Sony SRS-XE300:
                The Sony SRS-XE300 is a portable Bluetooth speaker with a sturdy design that’s great for listening to music outside. It’s rated IP67 for dust and water resistance, though it doesn’t float like the Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM 3. Plus, its soundstage performance isn’t as impressive.
                See our review

              Recent Updates

              1. Jun 29, 2023:
                Due to pricing changes, we restructured this article. The JBL Boombox 3 is our ‘Best Outdoor Speaker’ pick, while the Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM 3 is our ‘Best Mid-Range’ pick. The Sony SRS-XE300 moves to Notable Mentions.

              2. Jun 01, 2023:
                Product picks remain the same. Some text updates for clarity.

              3. May 11, 2023:
                The Ultimate Ears WONDERBOOM 3’s price fell to match that of our previous budget pick, the Anker Soundcore Flare 2. Since the Ultimate Ears is the better speaker, we’ve made it our new ‘Best Budget’ pick.

              4. Apr 12, 2023:
                Confirmed the accuracy of product picks. Minor text updates.

              5. Mar 13, 2023:
                Confirmed product picks. Minor updates to the text for accuracy.

              All Reviews

              Our recommendations above are what we think are currently the best Bluetooth outdoor speakers for most people to buy, according to their needs. We factor in the price (cheaper speakers win over pricier ones if the difference isn’t worth it), feedback from our visitors, and availability (no speakers that are difficult to find or almost out of stock everywhere).

              If you would like to choose for yourself, here’s the list of all our reviews for speakers, sorted by their outdoor performance. Be careful not to get caught up in the details. There are no perfect speakers. Personal taste, preference, and listening habits will matter more in your selection.

              Pohopa EF-B210G Review – RTINGS.com

              Tested using
              Methodology v0.8

              Reviewed Mar 30, 2021 at 10:08 am

              Latest change: Retest Apr 08, 2021 at 03:06 pm

              By John Panoryios, Yara El Deek, and John Peroramas

              5. 4

              Videos/Movies

              6.8

              Podcasts

              2.5

              Voice Assistant

              6.6

              Outdoors

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              Battery Powered

              Yes

              Speakerphone

              No

              Voice Assistant

              No

              Bluetooth

              Yes

              Wi-Fi

              No

              The Pohopa EF-B210G are unique outdoor speakers designed to look like lanterns that are advertised for indoor and outdoor use. They can pair to each other and are rated IP54 for dust and water resistance, though we don’t currently test for this. They can have an outstanding Bluetooth range and a long battery life which is great for long days spent outdoors. They have a slightly boomy sound profile that can muddy vocals and lead instruments, while the overemphasized high-mids can make those same instruments a bit honky and harsh at times. Unfortunately, there aren’t any sound customization features available.

              Our Verdict

              6.1

              Music

              The Pohopa EF-B210G speakers are passable for music. They have a slightly boomy sound profile that can muddy vocals and lead instruments, while the overemphasized high-mids can make those same instruments a bit honky and harsh at times. However, they also struggle to reproduce a thumpy low-bass, which is disappointing if you like bass-heavy music. That said, they can play stereo content, and though they don’t get very loud, they don’t have a lot of compression artifacts at max volume, so audio reproduction is clean and pure.

              Pros

              • Not a lot of compression at max volume.

              • Can play stereo content.

              5.4

              Videos/Movies

              The Pohopa EF-B210G speakers are inadequate for videos and movies. They have an uneven sound profile lacking in low-bass which can make it difficult to feel the thump and rumble in action-packed movies. Its overemphasized high-bass can make your audio sound boomy, and the underemphasized low-mids can muddy vocals and dialogue. The overemphasized high-mids can also make those same vocals and dialogue sound honky and harsh at times. Their latency performance is likely too high to be suitable for watching videos and movies using iOS and Android devices; however, some apps compensate for latency differently, and your experience may vary. That said, there isn’t a lot of compression at max volume, and they can play stereo content.

              6.8

              Podcasts

              The Pohopa EF-B210G speakers are okay for podcasts. Their overemphasized high-mids make dialogue and vocals sound honky and harsh which can be disappointing if you enjoy listening to a lot of podcasts. They also have inadequate directivity, meaning your audio may not sound as clear from all angles. That said, they’re very portable and don’t have a lot of compression artifacts at max volume, so their audio reproduction is clear and pure.

              2.5

              Voice Assistant

              The Pohopa EF-B210G speakers don’t support voice assistants.

              6.6

              Outdoors

              The Pohopa EF-B210G speakers are alright for outdoor use. They have an outstanding Bluetooth range and a long battery life which is suitable for long days spent outside. They’re very portable, and though they don’t get very loud, they don’t have a lot of compression at max volume. These speakers are also rated IP54 for dust and water resistance, though we don’t currently test for this. That said, they have an uneven sound profile that’s lacking in low-bass, so you may have trouble hearing the thump and rumble in bass-heavy audio. While the underemphasized low-mids can muddy the lead instruments and vocals, their overemphasized high-mids can make these same instruments and vocals sound honky and harsh at times.

              Pros

              • IP54 rating for dust and water resistance.

              • Outstanding battery life.

              • 6. 1

                Music

              • 5.4

                Videos/Movies

              • 6.8

                Podcasts

              • 2.5

                Voice Assistant

              • 6. 6

                Outdoors

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              1. Updated Apr 08, 2021:
                Added IP5X rating for dust resistance.

              2. Updated Apr 02, 2021:
                Updated our Battery results after retesting for verification.

              3. Updated Mar 30, 2021:
                Review published.

              4. Updated Mar 26, 2021:
                Early access published.

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              Differences Between Sizes And Variants

              The Pohopa EF-B210G speakers come in two variants, ‘Clear Lights’ and ‘Colored Lights’. We tested the ‘Colored Lights’ variant, though we expect the ‘Clear Lights’ variant to perform similarly. You can see the label for the model we tested here.

              If you come across another version, let us know in the discussions so we can update our review.

              Compared To Other Speakers

              The Pohopa EF-B210G speakers are indoor and outdoor stereo speakers designed to look like lanterns. They can be paired to each other, are rated IP54 for dust and water resistance, though we don’t test for this, and they even have LED lights that pulse to the beat of your music. They also have incredible battery life. However, they have an uneven sound profile, and they lack customization features, which can be disappointing for some listeners.

              See our recommendations for the best Bluetooth speakers, the best Bluetooth speakers for bass, and the best waterproof Bluetooth speakers.

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              The Pohopa EG-B210G Speakers are better than the Limitless Innovations TikiTunes. They are two speakers that can be paired to each other, with LED lights that alternate to the beat of your music. They have a slightly better-balanced sound profile and can get louder than the TikiTunes. However, the TikiTunes speaker has better directivity, so audio sounds clear from most angles, which makes it better suited for those who enjoy listening to podcasts.

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              The Ultimate Ears WONDERBOOM 2 is a better overall outdoor speaker than the Pohopa EF-B210G speakers. It’s better built, more portable, and has a better-balanced sound profile with an Outdoor mode EQ preset. However, the Pohopa speakers have a wider Bluetooth range and a longer battery life. They also come in a pair of two speakers that can be paired to each other, with unique lantern designs and LED lights which some users may prefer over the design of the Ultimate Ears.

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              The Pohopa EG-B210G Speakers are better outdoor speakers than the Alpine Corporation Solar Bluetooth Rock Speaker overall. They come in a pair of two speakers that can be paired together. They also have unique lantern designs with LED lights that alternate colors to the beat of your music. Unlike the Alpine, they can play stereo content without downmixing it to mono. They also get louder and have a more extended low-bass, though their sound profile is a bit uneven. They’re also rated IP54 for dust and water resistance though we don’t test for this. However, the Alpine has better latency performance with iOS and Android devices than the Pohopa speakers, and some users may prefer its rock-like design with a built-in solar panel.

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              The Pohopa EF-B210G Speakers are better speakers than the Theater Solutions B83GR overall. They come in a pair of two lantern speakers with LED lights that alternate to the beat of your audio. They also have a significantly longer battery life, and a better-balanced sound profile. Though the Pohopa speakers don’t have a great soundstage performance, unlike the Theater Solutions, they can play stereo content.  That said, the Theater Solutions can connect to over 99 additional B83GR speakers, and may be better suited for those with a larger outdoor space. Its rock-like design can also help it blend in with outdoor landscapes better.

              Test Results

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              Category AllDesignSoundActive FeaturesConnectivity

              Design

              RGB Lights

              Yes

              The Pohopa EF-B210G are unique speakers designed to look like lanterns. They have LED lights all around the top, and wood print designs on their side and rear panels. For an outdoor-oriented wireless Bluetooth speaker that looks like a rock, check out the Theater Solutions B83GR.

              Volume

              1,246 in³ (20,416 cm³)

              Weight

              4.9 lbs (2.2 kg)

              Power Source

              Battery & USB

              One-Hand Carry

              Yes

              The Pohopa EF-B210G speakers have an impressively portable design. Each one has a handle at the top, so you can carry one in each hand. They’re also battery-powered, so you can use them on-the-go without having to plug them into an outlet.

              Note: Our weight measurement is for both speakers.

              Material Quality

              Decent

              Water Resistance

              Water-resistant (IPx4)

              Dust Resistance

              Dust-Protected (IP5x)

              Impact Resistance

              Unspecified

              Floats In Water

              Unspecified

              Update 04/08/2021: We updated the review to reflect that the speaker has an IP5X rating for dust resistance

              The Pohopa EF-B210G speakers are decently built. Though we don’t test for this, they’re rated IP54 for dust and water resistance, and the LED lights underneath their tops are covered by a plastic shield, though they aren’t properly aligned on some areas on the Secondary speaker. Each speaker has an LED light on the rear, which indicates when it’s connected to Bluetooth and when it’s paired to the other one. They have a metal grille protecting their drivers and a panel with a wooden design covering their sides and rear. They also have a cover protecting their ports; however, it’s important to note that only the Host speaker has an AUX port.

              Ease Of Use

              Good

              Feedback

              Good

              Music Play/Pause

              Yes (Physical)

              Call Answer/End

              No

              Volume Up/Down

              Yes (Physical)

              Track Next/Previous

              Yes (Physical)

              Microphone On/Off

              No

              Additional Controls

              Yes

              The controls are alright. To turn them on, press their power buttons once, and to turn them off, press and hold the power button instead. When both speakers are on, they connect automatically, the LED light on the rear of the Host speaker blinks blue, and the one on the Secondary speaker is solid green. The power buttons can also be used to play and pause audio by pressing them once while the speakers are on. You can also control the volume by pressing the “+” and “-” buttons on the Host. To skip to the next song, press and hold the “+” button, and to go back to the previous song, press and hold the “-” button. While there’s some audible feedback when they’re turned on and off, as well as when Bluetooth is pairing, there isn’t any way to monitor their volume level.

              You can use the LED button to turn the strip lights on. Pressing this button controls the lights on both speakers when they’re paired to each other. The lights also stop alternating colors when your music is paused.

              • 2x Pohopa EF-B210G speakers (one Host speaker and one Secondary speaker)
              • Quick guide
              • 2x Micro-USB charging cables
              • AUX cable

              Sound

              Slope

              0. 32

              Std. Err.

              3.56 dB

              Low-Frequency Extension

              91.1 Hz

              High-Frequency Extension

              11.5 kHz

              The Pohopa EF-B210G speakers have sub-par frequency response accuracy. They struggle to reproduce a thumpy, rumbling low-bass which can be disappointing to fans of bass-heavy music like EDM. However, there’s an overemphasis in the high-bass that adds a boomy quality to your mix and can make vocals and lead instruments sound a bit muddy and cluttered. Finally, the overemphasis in the high-mid range can also cause those same vocals and instruments to sound a bit honky and harsh at times.

              Binaural Recording @ 1m

              Binaural Recording @ 2m

              Directivity Index

              6.78 dB

              Stereo

              Yes

              The Pohopa EF-B210G speakers’ soundstage performance isn’t bad. The directivity is disappointing, so your audio may not sound very clear from some angles. That said, they can play stereo content. When they’re paired, the Host speaker is the left channel and the Secondary speaker is the right channel.

              SPL @ Max Volume

              89.6 dB SPL

              DRC @ Max Volume

              1.00 dB

              The Pohopa EF-B210G speakers have a very good dynamics performance. Though they don’t get very loud, they also don’t have a lot of compression artifacts at max volume, so your audio should sound clean and pure. That said, they probably aren’t suitable for large parties.

              Active Features

              Battery Life

              60.0 hrs

              Charge Time

              5.6 hrs

              Power Saving

              Yes

              Charging Port

              Micro-USB

              Battery Powered

              Yes

              Update 04/02/2021: While this speaker’s advertised battery life is 15 hours, in our tests, it last for 60 hours. We retested the battery life several times to confirm that our results are accurate.

              The Pohopa EF-B210G speakers have a very good battery performance. Though they’re advertised to last for 15 hours off of a single charge, in our tests, they lasted for 60 hours, which is exceptional. They also have a power-saving feature that automatically shuts them off after about ten minutes without audio.

              Alexa

              No

              Google Assistant

              No

              Speakerphone

              No

              Siri

              No

              Voice Assistant

              No

              Voice Activation

              No

              Microphone Mute

              No Microphone

              Far-Field Performance

              No Microphone

              Ambient Noise Performance

              No Microphone

              App Name

              No App

              iOS

              No

              Android

              No

              Stereo Pair Mode

              No

              Party Mode

              No

              Multi-Room

              No

              Connectivity

              Aux Input

              Yes

              USB Audio

              No

              Other Ports

              No

              The Host speaker has an AUX port and a micro-USB charging port, though the Secondary speaker only has a micro-USB charging port. It’s important to note that each speaker has a rear cover for its ports; however, they don’t truly represent the correct ports of each speaker. Even though the covers say AUX IN or On/Off for both speakers, that doesn’t correspond to the actual ports they’re covering.

              Bluetooth

              Yes

              Bluetooth Version

              4.2

              Bluetooth iOS Latency

              253 ms

              Bluetooth Android Latency

              220 ms

              Bluetooth Range

              331.4 ft (101.0 m)

              Multi-Device Pairing

              No

              The Pohopa EF-B210G speakers’ Bluetooth connectivity is okay. They have a disappointing latency performance, so they aren’t suitable for watching movies and videos through iOS and Android devices. That said, they have a fantastic Bluetooth range, so your paired device should stay connected to the speakers even when you aren’t very close.

              Wi-Fi Version

              No Wi-Fi

              Wi-Fi Frequency Band

              No Wi-Fi

              Wi-Fi

              No

              Apple AirPlay

              No

              AirPlay Latency

              N/A

              Google Chromecast

              No

              Chromecast Latency

              N/A

              China Wireless WiFi Speakers Outdoors Manufacturers, Suppliers – Factory Direct Wholesale

              Product Name: Wireless WiFi Speakers Outdoors Application of Modern Wireless WiFi Speaker Box

              WIFI Bluetooth Wall/Desk Active Speaker Apply to wall wi-fi speaker, outdoor / indoor speaker with active, amplified speaker, smart wireless sound speaker for online music playback by Muzo player APP

              Speaker Box 4′ 5.25′, 6.5′

              POWER up to 20W + 20W for 4′; 30W + 30W for 5. 25′; 40W + 40W for 6.5′

              Functions:

              BT4.1 wireless technology: Enjoy wireless high-quality music playback from your smartphone or tablet via BT Connection.

              IPX7 Waterproof: IPX7 waterproof means no more worrying about rain or spills; you can even submerge it in water.

              3.5mm wire connection: Compatible with almost all 3.5mm audio devices such as MP3, DVD player, computer, TV and more.

              Battery: 730mAh rechargeable Li-ion polymer battery supports up to 5 hours of music playback.

              Speakerphone with Mic: Built-in noise canceling speakerphone ensures crystal clear conference calls through the speaker.

              Wifi Outdoor Wireless Speakers

              1.Type: D class

              Power 2.RMS: 2*30W/2*40W

              3. Power input: DC19V

              Technical specifications

              HYB103-4WF

              HIB103-5VF

              HIB103-6VF

              Rated load

              20V t+20W

              30W+30W

              40W+40W

              Frequency range

              100Hz-20kHz

              90Hz-20kHz

              70Hz-20 kHz

              SPL (@1W/m)

              87dB

              89dB

              91dB

              Woofer

              4”

              5 1/4”

              6 1/2”

              Tweeter

              1/2” mylar dome

              1/2” mylar dome

              1” silk dome

              Dimensions H*W*D

              215x152x130mm

              245x180x160mm

              295x218x183mm

              Material, color white or black

              PP white or black

              PP white or black

              Outdoor Wi-Fi Wireless Speakers

              Speaker function

              1. Cool and delicate appearance;

              2. Bluetooth 4.2 module and background BT support. Ultra-fast transmission and reception speed, strong anti-jamming performance.

              3. Built-in microphone and can do hands-free calling — convenient and fast with clear sound.

              4. Support playing MP3/WMA, WAV music files on TF CARD.

              5. Gift box packaging — simple, gorgeous and high-end.

              Technical characteristics:

              Audio format: AAC LC / LTP, He-ACCV1, He-ACCV2, AmR-NB, Amr-WB, FLAC, MP3, Vorbis, PCM / Wave, ALAC

              Sound output: right – passive left – analog

              HF module: 1” silk dome

              Rated power: 40 W (each speaker) – please confirm

              Frequency range: 70Hz-20kHz

              Amplifier power: 60W

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              SPL: 91dB

              Power consumption: 100-240V (50/60Hz)

              Rated power: 300 W – please confirm

              Standby power: 5 W

              Speaker cable length: 16 feet.

              DC adapter: 19V

              Remote control battery: CR 2025

              Included in DC power supply 193A

              hot label : outdoor wireless wi-fi speakers, China, manufacturers, suppliers, factory, wholesale
              After the calendar spring, the real spring will certainly come, which means that we will spend more time traveling and outdoors. Just for such cases, in our selection there are interesting models of wireless speakers, with a nice design and good sound.

              JBL Go 3

              The range of JBL wireless speakers, as they say, is for every taste and color, and among the most affordable offers, we note the popular Go model, now presented in its third generation. We have an ultra-compact solution with a large selection of cool colors, equipped with IP67 water resistance and perfect for beach holidays and other outdoor activities. As for the sound, it is driving and surprisingly bassy for a speaker the size of a large matchbox. Meanwhile, the built-in battery does not require recharging too often: Go 3 will last up to 10 hours – in other words, almost a whole day. Thus, we have before us the perfect companion for walks, hikes, trips – from a famous brand and at an affordable price.

              Loewe We. HEAR 1

              The history of Loewe dates back to the 20s of the last century, and today the brand is already strongly associated with high-end premium technology. This statement is also true in the case of the We wireless speaker. HEAR 1, which will be an interesting alternative to popular offers from competitors. First of all, the design attracts: it is concise and, at the same time, original. There are stylish protective nets with a cute pattern, and a convenient shoulder strap for carrying, and several colors for every taste – from classic black to bright turquoise. By the way, the case is protected from dust and moisture according to the IPX6 standard, which means that you can take the column with you to the beach or to the pool. The built-in battery provides up to 14 hours of listening time without recharging, and a special mode allows you to combine two We speakers. HEAR 1 into a stereo pair for even more surround sound.

              Sonos Room

              Not only is Sonos famous for its cutting-edge home audio technology, but it also makes portable speakers for travel and outdoor activities. The Roam model is an interesting solution for those who want to get the maximum quality and functionality, albeit at a slightly higher price than the average competitors. The device is equipped with both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi modules: at home it works as a multi-room speaker, and outdoors it acts as a compact wireless speaker. The model is made in a rugged housing, protected according to the IP67 standard, and is not afraid of even harsh weather conditions. In addition, there is support for AirPlay 2, voice control and hands-free mode. The built-in battery provides up to 10 hours of playback without recharging, and the sound of the portable speaker is amazingly solid and detailed.

              JBL Flip 6

              The Flip series from JBL is, one might say, a “classic of the genre”, presented now in its sixth generation. Thanks to the cylindrical shape of the body, Flip 6 is ideal for travel and outdoor activities, walks and beach holidays. Undoubtedly, JBL would not be themselves without proprietary technologies. First of all, the two-way configuration is interesting: an ellipse-shaped full-range speaker reproduces even richer bass, and a tweeter is responsible for detailed high frequencies. In addition, the Partyboost option: the ability to connect several devices with support for this technology into a “chain” allows you to create a real “wall of sound” from wireless speakers. Meanwhile, a fully charged battery will last for 12 hours of playback, so there is no reason to turn the search for the nearest outlet into a new sport.

              Sony SRS-XE200

              In the updated portable model SRS-XE200, Sony continues to experiment with speakers: asymmetrical cones made using X-Balanced Speaker Unit technology are able to generate high sound pressure and reproduce audio without distortion. Complementing the picture are two passive radiators, for a much richer bass. At the same time, the SRS-XE200 is IP67 water and dust resistant, so enjoying your favorite music at the beach is easier than ever. The speaker can work up to 16 hours without recharging and supports the Party Chain option, which allows you to organize an enchanting music party by combining several Sony devices that support this technology.

              JBL Xtreme 3

              Portable wireless speakers have become reliable companions for travelers and supporters of an active lifestyle. By the way, the larger and noisier the company that goes with you, the more powerful the speaker will be needed. And just for such cases, JBL introduced the Xtreme 3 portable acoustics. Thanks to its relatively small dimensions and comfortable shoulder strap, this wireless model is still easy to take with you, and its power is already quite enough for an outdoor party. Four powerful speakers and two passive radiators contribute to this, but as a result – a frequency range from 53.5 Hz to 20 kHz, surround sound and amazing bass. A nice bonus is the presence of protection against water and dust according to the IP67 standard, and thanks to a capacious battery and energy-efficient Bluetooth 5.1, the device can withstand up to 15 hours of listening on a single charge.

              Marshall Tufton

              It is not surprising that the Marshall Tufton wireless speaker evokes associations with rock concerts, because we have one of the most powerful models in the brand’s range. By the way, this wireless speaker can be easily mistaken for a guitar combo amplifier, since the brand painstakingly follows its own design code: laconic appearance, wear-resistant materials and rotary volume and tone controls that have become a good tradition. With a Tufton speaker you can listen to music for more than 20 hours without recharging, and this is a good choice for both picnics and long-distance travel. The sound is also in order: a three-way configuration, coupled with surround sound technology, allows you to feel the musical drive both indoors and outdoors.