- Can you recommend me a small speaker for holidays
After a small speaker for use on holidays. Looking for:
– Small size
– Decent sound and volume
– Line-in and Bluetooth
– Not too spendy
I have been using an X-Mini 2 which has been good but doesn’t go that loud, and is now a bit broken.
Any recommendations would be great.Posted 3 years ago
How small? JBL Flip is the general STW answer here.Posted 3 years ago
Burcow is about 5 foot 6 😉
… 😳Posted 3 years ago
we’ve got a few different speakers, but keep coming back to this. taken it around europe, as dead easy to throw in a pocket
very small. excellent battery. decent volume. And put it on something magnetic (a fridge say), it uses that as the boom box. Amazing for the price, and now only a tenner.Posted 3 years ago
Just bought a Cambridge Go V2, quite £ but we had a load of vouchers for John Lewis. Richer Sounds have them just under £50 in store and the Jabra one on their www gets rave reviews too. The Cambridge is good so far, wasn’t bought for holidays but for a funeral tomorrow :-(, however it will be going away everytime with us.Posted 3 years ago
I got one of these when they were going to 60 quid. Pretty impressed – good for the size. Only criticism is you can’t alter the volume of the start-up or shut-down voice when it shouts “powering on/off”. Otherwise all good, and still under a hundred.
Amazing speaker, great sound and a handy recharging base.Posted 3 years ago
Depends what you call spendy, I would get a ue boom 2
but the roll is cheaper
both come out as best in class from most reviews.Posted 3 years ago
Love my UE Boom 2. Great sound, waterproof, tough, excellent battery life. Replaced a JBL Flip 2 with it. That was still a good speaker though a bit lacking in battery life.Posted 3 years ago
Bose sound mini link here, great speaker.Posted 3 years ago
Jbl flip 3 for me sounds great about the size of a beer tin and such a clear soundPosted 3 years ago
Ah, I was thinking palm size really, the sort of thing you could take anywhere, in looking at people’s suggestions Amazon suggested this to me:
Which looks to have the features I am looking for, gets good reviews and pretty cheap.
I am sure things like the JBL are better but I like small.Posted 3 years ago
Ronnie Corbett?Posted 3 years ago
A week with him might be a bit much though.
Just thought. Is he still alive.Posted 3 years ago
I was in the docs and i was reading What Hi Fi they did a group test and the JBL Charge 2 was the clear winner.Posted 3 years ago
seriously then, if you like small, get the nokia one. bung it on a fridge or radiator and enjoyPosted 3 years ago
I’ve got a highly rated (at the time) Sony SRS-X3. My daughters UE Boom is bettererPosted 3 years ago
If it’s small u want have a look at JBL Go. Cheap too, very impressive for the cash.Posted 3 years ago
Amazing sound to size ratioPosted 3 years ago
In a typical recommend what you own fashion, I’ve got one of these Anker speakers….
It is very good for the money. It connects quickly, sounds half decent & the battery life is fantastic – I think it’s rated at 20hrs and I can well believe I get close to that.Posted 3 years ago
Regarding size, it’s just over 3x3x2″ – it’s pretty compact, but I guess the cylindrical one you link to will be a bit more compact…..
Minirig +1Posted 3 years ago
I’ve been using the Wowee One for a few years, it’s a good solid bass should if you stick the gel base to cupboards and such.
Fits in your hand, Bluetooth and line in. Had some great reviews, can be found on Amazon.
Posted 3 years ago
Another Bose Soundlink Mini owner. I wouldn’t go as far as calling it amazing but it’s definitely good enough, and satisfyingly heavy too.Posted 3 years ago
Minirig +2 (and +3, the wife has one as well)Posted 3 years ago
This little Sony SRS-X11B is surprisingly good for the money. Cheap as chips (40 quid), and the sound quality is far betterer than anything so dinky has a right to be. Bought for our hols a couple of years back, and now used daily as an external speaker for my MacPosted 3 years ago
Got to be a Minirig. First thing in the suitcase when we go away.
Then I take it out because I remember it has to go in hand luggage as it has a Li-ion battery.Posted 3 years ago
I bought one for £7, wire in only works just fine. Rechargeable via USB. RYGHT (French brand). Inise it woth my phone and computer. They do a Bluetooth for £15
Link for reference, no need tomspend £££ IMHO
I have a Cambridge G2, first one worked well for just shy of 2 years, then the battery refused to take a charge, had purchased from JohnLewis who replaced with a brand new model.
I like the build quality and sound, sturdy but portable. Good battery life (pending problems with all out failure).
As for the Bose, I found the bass amplification too artifical. Also didn’t like the UE boom much despite the sales guy continually trying to sell it to me at the time in JL.Posted 3 years ago
I have an Amazon basics one, really good for £30. Not pocket sized but easy to pack for holiday. Long battery life, reasonable quality sound and loud.
UE Boom/Roll are supposed to be among the best portable ones, cost a fair bit more but they’re waterproof/drop resistant too.Posted 3 years ago
I was gonna say the Minirig isn’t Bluetooth, then I checked the link.
Minirig +5 in that case…:-)Posted 3 years ago
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