2. Anker Soundcore Boost Review
+ Pros: Great sound for its size, great bass, good battery life, and water-resistant, comes with a USB out to charge other devices, and a microphone to answer calls while using the speaker, battery life lasts 12 hours.
– Cons: The design is not exactly impressive.
The Soundcore Boost from Anker doesn’t look amazing, but it does offer excellent sound compared to the competitors in the size and price range.
For around $60, the splash-resistant SoundCore Boost is at the top when it comes to price-performance offers on the market.
In terms of design, the speaker has a generic look, with its big buttons on the top. The battery will last around 11 hours with the bass boost on. When used at a high volume, the mids will muddle.
For its price, Soundcore Boost offers a great sound experience.
Specs and Features
- BassUp Technology, High-Fidelity Audio
- Dual drivers and twin subwoofers
- 20 watts of power
- Bluetooth 4.2
- Batteries: 1 Lithium-ion battery required (and included)
- Product Dimensions: 22.86 x 7.62 x 12.7 cm; 839.15 grams
Conclusion: The Anker Soundcore Boost sound is exceptional, with deeper bass than the JBL 5. It’s low cost is truly surprising and makes this an excellent purchase. It’s genuinely surprising how this is the cheapest speaker on the list yet manages to deliver such high quality sound. This speaker is easily the “best bang for your buck”.