|Brand Name||Ultimate Ears|
|Item model number||4330369291|
|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2.5 x 7 x 2.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||2.5 x 7 x 2.5 inches|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
BOOM 2 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker - Indigo
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- Insanely good, loud 360degree sound with deep bass
- Portable design so you can bring the music anywhere
- Waterproof*, shockproof, designed for adventure (* IPX7 rated waterproof up to 30 minutes and a depth of one meter)
- 15hour battery life and 100 ft. Bluetooth wireless range (Actual battery life will vary with use, settings and environmental conditions. Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge cycles)
- Maximum Sound Level: 90dBA. Frequency Range: 90Hz – 20kHz. Drivers: two 45mm (1 3/4") active drivers and two 45mm X 80mm (1 3/4" x 3") passive radiators.
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|Connectivity Technology||bluetooth, usb||wireless||—||—||—||—|
|Item Dimensions||7 x 2.5 x 2.5 in||2.72 x 2.72 x 7.09 in||3 x 7 x 3 in||7.48 x 5.04 x 1.85 in||3.43 x 9.09 x 3.48 in||1.6 x 5.3 x 5.3 in|
|Item Weight||1 lb||1.22 lbs||1.6 lbs||0.6 lb||1.76 lbs||0.73 lb|
Ultimate Ears BOOM 2 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker
Insanely good 360-degree sound
Ultimate Ears BOOM 2 is the 360-degree wireless speaker that blasts loud, insanely good sound with deep, full bass in every direction–everywhere you go. Rain or shine, rage, riot, party and bring the beats to your favorite beaches, trails, and climbs.
Need even bigger sound? PartyUp from Ultimate Ears lets you connect wirelessly to up to 150+ Ultimate Ears speakers using the Ultimate Ears app***, so you can take your parties where no other sound system can go. Caves. Mountains. Lakes. Rooftops. You name it. So grab your friend’s speakers and your friend’s friend’s speakers and head to any location you can dream up to take the party to a whole new level.
And with Siri + Google Now voice integration on Ultimate Ears BOOM 2, just say it to play it.*** *IPX7-rated waterproof (up to 30 minutes and a depth of 1 meter). ** Actual battery life will vary with use, settings, and environmental conditions. Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge cycles. *** Requires latest firmware & software update.
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I decided against the Bose since it can’t pair with a second speaker for a stereo setup, is slightly older, doesn’t look as attractive (quite a dated look in fact) and the sound quality reviews do not put it above the other two.
Then I couldn’t decide between the UE and JBL, so purchased both. I compared them side-by-side for a week with the following observations:
1) Batteries on both last for a ridiculously long time. Yes, JBL lasts longer, but the 15 hour battery on UE is a week of regular use. What other electronics do you charge so rarely?
2) Both speakers are very loud. Assuming you’re not hosting an actual dance party, it would be surprising for either to run out of volume. JBL stays composed all the way to the max, maybe keep UE one notch above the very max on the bass-heavy songs.
3) UE has crisper high and mid frequencies, while JBL has a deeper, bigger bass. It took me a week to decide that this constitutes a tie for me, but most people would likely prefer the bigger bass of the JBL. Also, UE gives you the 360 sound, which is quite neat: you can put it in the middle of the room rather than against a wall. This could work as an effective sound multiplier since you reduce the distance to people if using it in a group.
I compared both to a single Sonos 1 speaker (much heavier and non-portable), and Sonos is significantly better across the entire frequency range than either UE or JBL. This is not to say that that UE or JBL produce low quality sound: they both sound surprisingly good for their size. My point is that we shouldn’t obsess with the sound quality comparison between the two because neither is close to being a reference sound device.
4) Size is important here. JBL is over 50% larger than the UE, which makes a huge difference. Please see the photos: the JBL is longer, wider and heavier than the UE. This was the main factor in declaring UE the winner by a good margin. The speakers are roughly tied before the size comes into play, and the UE is just a lot smaller. I am simply more likely to take it with me when travelling.
5) Other features. Both speakers are waterproof. Charge 3 will charge your phone, which is not exactly useless, but probably not a deciding feature. UE feels much sleeker design-wise, with fewer buttons and better symmetry.
To summarize: JBL Charge 3 is a great speaker, worthy of a 5 star rating. However, for my preferences, UE Boom 2 was the clear winner given its much more compact size and neater design due to them being close to tied in other areas, including sound quality.
Withstands brutal punishment
Doesn't "crackle" on high volume
Battery life is on the weak side.
I would give this five stars but the Party With Friends option doesn't let you lock (or kick out) unwanted people out of the party. Things can get out of hand fast without some pre-agreed-upon protocols in place. Also, limiting the party to just three people is a bummer. Please upgrade the software. Just saying...
Anywho, almost perfect.
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