Loudest Bluetooth Portable speakers

Let’s admit it when we are looking for a portable speaker to buy, the first thing we always consider is how loud the speaker can go. There might be fancy, waterproof, shock-proof and a ton of other features but the most important to us is always the loudness.

Another key point to remember is that what shines is not always gold. You don’t have to pay a large amount of money in order to get something good. It might be true that you get what you pay for but sometimes the big manufacturers take advantage of our very little knowledge and charge us a high price for a low quality.

So how do we know how loud a speaker can go? Well there are two main factors that affect it’s sound performance. Voltage and intensity of sound. Voltage is measured in watts and intensity in dB (decibel). The more watts the better. The highest dB’s the better. However there are some more factors that affect performance like high and low frequency levels. But let’s stay on the voltage and intensity for the moment since we are analyzing small portable speakers.


#1. Marshall Stanmore

Marshall is a really well-known company in the music industry and it’s not a surprise that it got the number one place on our list. Stanmore performs great with outstanding results. This model except from bluetooth connectivity it features AUX (3.5mm) input and RCA as well. The only negative is that it’s not exactly portable as it doesn’t rely on a battery for power.


Low Frequency: 45Hz

High Frequency: 22,000Hz

Voltage: 80Watts

Intensity: 99 dB

Weight: 14.1 pounds

Battery: –



#2. Soundmatters foxLv2 aptX

Another great choice with outstanding performance. Small enough to fit in your pocket and powerful enough to blow your minds off. It comes in a nice and sleek design. Soundmatters foxLv2 aptX is built to reproduce both extreme high (tweeter) and low (woofer) frequencies. It’s brand made it twice to our loudest speaker list. So you are definitely making the right choice choosing it.


Low Frequency: 70Hz

High Frequency: 20,000Hz

Voltage: 4Watts

Intensity: 97 dB

Weight: 9.4 ounces

Battery: 12 hours



#3. Bose Soundlink III

There’s no way you can go wrong with this one. Bose is a very well-known brand in the sound industry and it promises to deliver the best sound performance. With up to 14 hours of playtime and wireless range up to 30 feet it’s just perfect for the most cases. Dynamic bass with crystal clear and crisp highs.


*Unfortunately Bose never gives out their speakers sound specifications so the measures below are rough estimations from people who already own the product*bosesoundlinkiii

Low Frequency: 70Hz

High Frequency: 22,000Hz

Voltage: –

Intensity: 104 dB

Weight: 3 pounds

Battery: 14 hours


#4. Soundmatters foxL DASH7

On the second place we have something much smaller! This one can easily fit in your palm and in your pocket if it’s deep enough. Despite it’s small size it is surprisingly powerful. It has even a subwoofer inside that tiny box. Enjoy up to 12 hours of playtime.


Low Frequency: 70Hz

High Frequency: 22,000Hz


Intensity: 75 dB

Weight: 7 ounces

Battery: 20 hours


Bottom Line:

We have searched and found the loudest bluetooth portable speakers that you can find on the market. Which one is  the best? Well this depends on each different person. If you need something really powerful and you don’t mind about it’s weight then the Marshall Stanmore is your best shot. If you are looking to buy something lighter and smaller which can fit in your pocket then you’d probably go with Soundmatters foxL DASH7. However you might want to combine the power with portability. If so, your best chances are the Bose Soundlink III and the Soundmatters foxLv2 aptX.


Find them:

Marshall Stanmore – Here!

Soundmatters foxL DASH7Here!

Bose Soundlink III – Here!

Soundmatters foxLv2 aptX – Here!

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