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The best Bluetooth speakers money can buy

The best Bluetooth speakers money can buy

Money can't buy happiness, but it can buy the best Bluetooth speakers around. Some of us are completely satisfied with a standard Bluetooth speaker that we can take on the go. But for those of us with more demanding ears, lower quality speakers just won't do.

We understand the need for top quality sound. That's why we've pulled together five high-end speakers even the toughest audio critics will love. Continue reading to discover the best Bluetooth speakers on the market.

1. Komando Connect Bluetooth Speaker


The Komando Connect Bluetooth Speaker offers quality sound at an affordable price. Pair it with your smartphone, tablet or any other Bluetooth enabled device, and use it to enjoy listening to music, podcasts, audiobooks and more. You can even use this compact speaker to make and receive phone calls.

Here's the best part - pair two Komando Connect Bluetooth Speakers together, and you'll get the ultimate surround sound experience. It can even take a microSD card filled with MP3s, so you don't always need to be connected to a third-party device.

This Bluetooth speaker is available in Kim's Shop, for just $69.95.

Watch this video to see how it works:

2. Nyne Rock

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If you're looking for a speaker with amazing bass, this one is for you. The Nyne Rock has an advanced 4.1 speaker design that outputs full sound and maximum bass. Weighing in at 10 pounds, it is on the heavier side when it comes to portable speakers, but the loud deep sounds makes up for that. This speaker is also waterproof, making it the perfect choice for outdoor activities, parties and events.

You can find the Nyne Rock Splashproof Speaker on Amazon for $250.

Note: If you'd like a more affordable option, the Nyne Bass is also available for $120. However, this model is not waterproof.

3. Riva Turbo X

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The Riva Turbo X has good sound clarity, noteworthy bass and hardly distorts at higher volumes. It's best for indoor use, and has an impressive battery life of 26 hours. Another neat feature is its ability to be directly attached to a turntable.

Typically, the Riva Turbo X costs $349, but it's currently on sale for $299. You can pick it up at Amazon.

4. Bose SoundLink III

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There's a reason Bose is such a popular brand. It makes fantastic speakers, and the Bose SoundLink III is no exception. What this speaker lacks in flashy looks it makes up for in performance. If you're concerned about looks, colorful silicone wraps are designed for this speaker to give it a personalized feel. The rechargeable battery lasts up to 15 hours for long-lasting enjoyment.

You can buy the Bose SoundLink III on Amazon for $299. There is also a more portable version called the Bose SoundLink Mini II, which is priced at $199.

5. Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Wireless

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If money isn't a factor, you need to take a look at the Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Wireless Speaker. This speaker performs exactly how you would expect, or at least hope, a $700 speaker would. It has two double dome tweeters and a 6.5-inch subwoofer. Obviously it can connect to Bluetooth, but it also can stream over AirPlay and Spotify Connect.

You can buy the Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Wireless Speaker on Amazon.

Are you considering a Bluetooth speaker but not yet convinced you need one? Here are five reasons why you need one in your life.

Disclosure: This post is brought to you by the Komando Staff. We aim to highlight products and services you might find interesting, and if you buy them, we may get a small share of the revenue from the sale from our commerce partners, including Amazon.
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