[Upgraded]Bluetooth Home Speakers, DOSS SoundBoxXL 32W Bluetooth Speaker, Louder Volume 20W Driver, DSP Bass Technology with 12W Subwoofer, Wireless Stereo Pairing, Speaker for Indoor, Outdoor Parties
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- Stereo sound: Enhanced with a strong 20W driver and DSP technology, this Bluetooth speaker delivers Stereo sound with rich bass, tight mids and crystal clear highs. Expansive sound is powerful enough to fill any room.
- Booming bass: Powered by a 12W subwoofer and passive radiators, the strong bass booms with less distortion.
- Wireless Stereo Pairing: Get things booming with Party, pair two Soundbox XL speakers together for stereo mode for double the volume or immense stereo sound.
- Long playtime: The built-in li-ion 2200mAh rechargeable battery ensures up to 10 hours playtime at 50% volume. Recharge in just 3-4 hours with included power adapter.
- What you get: DOSS XL Bluetooth speaker, 3.5 mm audio cable, power adapter，user manual, and 24-hour Los Angeles local customer service.
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DOSS remains competitive in the audio Industry as a professional all over the world with 20 years of innovation and Worldwide design team from the United States, Canada, and Germany. We are a well-established manufacturer who develops the most cutting-edge audio technology as well as owning exclusive tooling. In addition to creating state of the art audio technology, we pride ourselves in ensuring the customer experience.
DOSS SoundBox XL
DOSS SoundBox XL built in 20W driver and DSP technology delivers chest-thumping bass, well-balanced mids, and crystal-clear highs. With enhanced 12W subwoofer and two passive bass radiators, you can enjoy your music in every corner of your room. Its classic color and design suits your lifestyle and compliments your already good looking home.
- Powerful and Immersive Sound - Richer and louder than you would expect
- Room-filling Bass- Elevate your listening experience with chest-thumping bass
- Bluetooth 4.0 - Enjoy your wireless and seamless music within a 33 feet radius
- Multiple Modes - Support Bluetooth, aux-in, TF card, Echo Dot
- Sleek Design - DOSS SoundBox XL will fit your needs both indoors and outside
DOSS SoundBox XL is compatible with all Bluetooth-enabled devices. It also supports Aux-In, TF card, Echo Dot.
Comes with a built-in 2200 mAh rechargeable battery, up to 10 hours of playtime at 50% volume, and recharges in 3-4 hours.
Amplify Listening Experience
Amplify the ultimate surround experience and rock the party perfectly with thunderous bass by wirelessly connecting Two SoundBox XL.
Two Active Drivers
10W×2 drivers produce a solid and powerful sound that fills the room.
12W Subwoofer and DSP Technology enhances lower-frequencies and creates chest-thumping bass with minimal distortion.
Two Passive Radiators
Two passive bass radiators also minimize vibrations significantly to improve sound quality.
|DOSS SoundBox||DOSS SoundBox Plus||DOSS SoundBox Pro||DOSS SoundBox Pro+||DOSS SoundBox XL|
|Sound Driver||2*6W High-Performance Drivers||2*8W High-Performance Drivers||2*10W High-Performance Drivers||2*12W High-Performance Drivers||32W High-Performance Drivers|
|Bluetooth Verision||Bluetooth 4.0 + EDR||Bluetooth 4.2 + EDR||Bluetooth 4.2 + EDR||Bluetooth 4.2 + EDR||Bluetooth 4.0 + EDR|
|Feature||Touch Control||Touch Control & Beat-Synched Lights||Stereo Paring & Active Bass & Light Show||Stereo Paring & Booming Bass & Mixed Colors Lights||Enhanced Bass|
|Playtime (50% Volume)||20 Hours||20 Hours (Lights Off)||20 Hours(Light & Extra Bass Off)||15 Hours (Lights & Extra Bass Off)||10 Hours|
|Size||6.6 x 2.9 x 2.7 inches||7.6 x 3.3 x 3.1 inches||7.7 x 2.9 x 3 inches||8.9 x 3.3 x 3.5 inches||11.8 x 2.6 x 5.2 inches|
|Weight||1.23 pounds||1.4 pounds||1.4 pounds||1.78 pounds||3.46 pounds|
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Do you like bass? No really - do you like *real* bass that's normally only produced by an actual subwoofer? The Doss is your speaker. It is downright amazing what this little speaker can do while being relatively so small. There's a "Test Your Speakers" video on Youtube by "Doctor Mix" and this speaker actually plays sub frequencies at audible levels as low as 20hz! In contrast, the JBL Xtreme doesn't come in until 60hz (and when it does come in, it comes in over-boosted as if to try and make up for the lack of tones prior)! The Doss is capable of playing distinguishable melodic bass tones in your song that only comes out as a repetitive thump in the JBL Xtreme. Rap songs really show off what the Doss SoundBox XL can do. Sounds like a clear winner is Doss right? Again, Read on.
Mids, Highs, "Soundstage", "Imaging" "Clarity". All those are, in different ways, related to each other and this is where the JBL Xtreme shows the Doss what it's like to play with the big boys. I played all my favorite songs, ranging from EDM to Alternative Rock, subjected my wife to blind, speaker A vs Speaker B, back and fourth switch tests and it really was no contest. After switching from the JBL Xtreme, mid-song, back to the Doss, it's like the "it's floating in the air" wide imaging/soundstage the JBL Xtreme is putting out has been butterfly-netted and thrown in to a small box. That's literally the best way I can put it. For example, take a very vocal song with acoustic guitars in the background, like Paramore's - The Only Exception and switch back and fourth between the two and you'll know exactly what I'm talking about.
Build, design, and structural quality: Surprisingly, they take up nearly the same amount of space (see pictures), though the JBL is much heavier. They both require proprietary chargers though the JBL's charger is pushing quite a bit more power allowing you to charge quickly *while playing music*. I know why they rely on proprietary chargers but l wish both could have the option to charge via USB *in addition*. I don't know why they never offer that - seems like an easy compromise and customers would love it, even if the USB option would be slower. Build quality, the JBL is much sturdier, nicer and looks like it would hold up to general wear better. Being water resistant means you can just rinse it off and not worry about it. The Doss has a much more plastic'y feel but come on, you got to remember it's only $90 dollars here. Again, I already warned that this wouldn't be an apples to apples comparison but with everyone agreeing it punches above its weight class against much more expensive speakers, we can't just only talk about the sound quality when we're referring to a "portable" bluetooth speaker. Portable means it's going to get a little beat up and the JBL will fair better, provided your kid doesn't stick a pencil to its expose bass radiators on the sides. ;) Also, be careful with the Doss speaker as it produces so much bass, combined with its low weight, it can vibrate and move across the table and possibly fall over an edge and commit suicide. I would add more sticky pads under it and be mindful of where you place it.
Sigh... If only I could combine these two speakers. The bass capabilities of the Doss SoundBox XL and the Mid/Highs & soundstage of the JBL Xtreme would be perfect. At the end, I chose the JBL Xtreme. The bass is just as loud as the Doss, but not capable of getting as low however the wide-open soundstage of the JBL Xtreme (superior DSP perhaps) more than makes up for it and just makes music more enjoyable, frankly. Please don't get me wrong: I don't think the Doss sounds bad. I don't think its sound stage / imaging is terrible, I just think the JBL is that much better. In fact, I would say the Doss SoundBox XL is on par with the another speaker I recently fell in love with and reviewed on Amazon against several speakers: the Anker Soundcore Boost (thanks again to clavinetjunkie's review which pointed me back to Anker to give them another chance). I had to knock off one star though. My Doss SoundBox XL has the same buzzing/rattling sound as a few of the other reviewers had mentioned. I know you can take it apart and fix it but Doss really should resolve that before sending them out. It's only noticeable when up close to the speaker (less than 10 feet) so it may not bother most.
Overall I do recommend this speaker, I just wanted to give my two cents on how well it does against a more expensive speaker, in this case, the JBL Xtreme. Btw, against the JBL Flip 3, 4, charge 2 & 3, no contest - this Doss speaker is way better as far as sound quality. Again, bear in mind, ruggedness/portability is not the SoundBox strong point.
Funnily the Doss sounds even better than the Sony with its default tuning and it plays deeper bass, but it doesn't play as loud but is still one of the best bargains you can get below 100$ if you are looking for a serious sounding portable speaker without spending a fortune and don't need the speaker to be the smallest size. I can tell you that this plays on the same level as a Vifa speaker costing 4-5 times as much, the only difference is, that the Doss Soundbox XL has quite a limited overall volume compared to the more expensive top performers, but the good thing is that it still remains perfectly usable even up to maximum as there is no distortion or any strange dynamics processing that you usually get from many other speakers in this class. The sound becomes a bit thinner above 3/4, but put it closer to a back wall or into a corner and it will sound like a big speaker. As there is no artificial upper-bass boost, it won't become boomy near a wall but it will rather enhance the deeper bass frequencies, making it sound way bigger than it looks.
Battery life is outstanding, I got more than 5 hours at maximum, which is great for a speaker of this class.
I must say that from all the portable Bluetooth and wireless speakers I have tested until today (which were close to 300) this is the one which impressed me most regarding price/value factor. You really get the maximum and best performance you can expect for that price, if you don't expenct any party loudness levels or boomy exaggerated bass. Skip everything else below 100$ including the high regarded brands. This Doss speaker really competes with the mich higher end class.
There is of course still some room for improvement like lowering the loudness of the status tones, which are too loud for my taste and cheesy as they are original Windows tones, and I would also add some dynamic bassboost for low listening levels, then the speaker would be unbeatable.
Obviously most of the praise has to go to Sony, as it is clearly their design which was "recycled" for this speaker, but the ones who tuned it, did a better job than what Sony was able to achieve with the X77.
PS. my unit had some rattling with deep bass notes, but after closer examination it turned out to be just the grill or rather the loose fabric put in-between. I removed the fabric, remounted the grill and there is no rattling anymore!
JBL Charge 3 and everything below it, Just forget it. This thing blows all of them away. I cannot believe how this thing sounds. I have a Bose soundlink 2 mobile speaker that cost $329.00 and did a side by side and this Doss speaker hits harder and is just as clear and roomfilling as the Bose and a matter of fact maybe better.
It charges quick to. I've only use the Bluetooth connection so far and it's flawless. I'll try the TF card later on. I used a tone test app on my iPod to feed this thing with super low tones all the way up the scale. At 10hz you can see the woofer pulsing in and out by shining a bright light through the grill but you really can't here anything till you get to about 22Hz very good in my book. I had the speaker on an end table and was slowly going up the scale at max volume and at around 30-40 Hz I let it sit and rock the deep lows for like 30 seconds. This thing represents so well the speaker slid across the table and threw itself on the floor and had a fit! Lol. No harm just a 2 foot drop. The rubber feet on the bottom of the speaker are good enough for regular listening even at max volume but keep an eye on it and make sure you wipe the dust off these feet areas so they stick better to your table.
Don't throw away tons of cash on all these well overpriced speakers! $89.99 and free shipping you will not be disappointed, a total big win for Doss and anyone who buys this speaker.
This speaker was introduced around June 22nd 2017 so it's new to Amazon as of then. I took the chance on it and I just can't say enoug about it. Like the Bose speakers you will hear things in your music you never heard before. This should cost way more then $90.00.
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I am a music engineer and producer. I know sound, this speaker is hifi as f*!#. Big low end, not muddy, clear highs and full bodied mids. Separation is amazing.
I was skeptical about the quality of the DSP chip, but, this processor delivers big time.
I eq'd a small boost in the 14khz region just to slightly brighten it up and bang, perfect eq.
BUY IT CUZ ANYTHING ELSE YOU BUY WON'T TOUCH THIS BEAST.
1 year later - Have been using my Soundbox XL for the past twelve months plugged in with the power on. I use it 1-4hrs a day. I have almost never turned it off in order to autoconnect.
The sound is still amazing for the size. Sounds very hifi!! Very accurate highs and slightly recessed mids but quite balanced. Lows are amazing, never distorting. Very tight bass. Very Deep.
Love it. I have made so many people buy this product as it is awesome.
As far as the sound goes, that was the real surprise. Bass is very strong and well pronounced, as well as the mids and highs do very well! Comparing this to my Bose SoundLink mini, I'd have to say that the bass is quite a bit stronger and the mids and highs are on par, however because there are separate drivers for bass, as the volume increases they stay much clearer than the Bose.
Overall, I'm super happy and at this price I'm going to buy two! With Bluetooth 5.0 on some phones, you can use them as a stereo pair :)
After thorough research, comparing, and review, I bought this product for sound quality and price. Bluetooth pairing with my iPhone 4 and 7 interchangeably was easy. Sound quality was that GOOD from most music genre I played with, at least for my taste. Playing music direct via Bluetooth or aux-in was good in itself but using it with my Fiio Alpen/E17 DAC via aux-in to add a little boost and equalization, men it raises the sound quality of this speaker even further to the next level. In this set up the bass is even more bold and punchier while treble more clearer and crisp. It’s not that the unit is deficient in these areas, I’m just loving it even more because I can use equalizer to shape the sound I want. I haven’t tried the micro SD option to play music yet but maybe at a later time. I was torn between this unit and the Bose Soundlink Mini II as they are “almost” identical in their component structure. But one thing I did discover after seeing the cross sections of both units during my research is that Doss Soundbox XL have a subwoofer while surprisingly Bose Soundlink II does not. Of course the build quality is better with Bose but Doss hold its own and the passive radiators on both unit contributes to that good bass sound I hear so pronounced.
If you’re looking for waterproofing, aux-out, Bluetooth daisy chaining with other speakers with this unit, then you won’t see it, at least not yet. It would be unfair to prejudge this product negatively base on features it does not have right? but tell that to Doss so they can incorporate these features.
Overall I love this speaker and would like to see future iteration of this unit with more added features like the ones I mention above. Thanks Doss.
All-in-all though, great speaker. Try to wait for a sale though, $100 can be a bit steep
My only minus so far is that it doesn't get as loud as other speakers I've owned, but that's a minor gripe.
I have a Bose Soundtouch speaker and it easily rivals that, and I paid 3 times more for the Bose.
I literally paired my phone, put on 24k Magic, and my jaw pretty much hit the floor, keeping in mind what I paid for it.
If you are shopping for a bluetooth speaker, you absolutely have to at least start with this one. Seriously. Just add it to cart and buy it already.
So let's start with the pros: the sound is warm, the mids and highs are not piercing but very well put. The bass is rather tight and not boomy ( which I really like) and you will notice its presence even if it won't move your stomach. Probably, the whole sound is rather fit to listening jazz or rock music but you won't be disappointed if you're into classical music too. Right now I'm listening to Putumayo's Afro Latin party and I'm in awe. All instruments are there without any distortion in in all their clarity. On an extra positive note, I don't have to crank-up the volume to hear everything. Speaking about sound volume, definitely this speaker can be used in a patio party (and probably, the neighbors will be annoyed enough :) :) ). Compared with a friend's JBL Flip Bluetooth speaker, the DOSS one will blow it up of the water in terms of sound quality (even if the JBL is slightly louder). The DOSS Speaker's Bluetooth connection proved to be reliable around the house and I didn't have any single connection drop.
Now the cons: even if it looks good, the glossy finish probably won't withstand a daily wear and tear and it seems to be a sort of dust magnet. Also the speaker is not rated to be waterproof. But if you're not bothered (and I'm not), this speaker seems to be a logical choice to any overexpensive brand (which eventually can sound even worst than this) and I find that this unit is very well priced (under a hundred dollars) when comes to a price/quality ratio.
Definitely something to be recommended.
Had a very disappointing time with Doss. The first one was okay but I felt it was lacking bass. The cabinet did shake alot but the frequency was so low you couldn't hear it, just feel it. Maybe I was nit-picky but I would rather have another unit to make sure my unit was just a defect. Second unit sounded decent via bluetooth (but bluetooth is nowhere near as detailed as a physical connection). But when you plug in an aux cable a very high pitched and loud noise is heard, constantly. It is very annoying and drowns out my music. I read very good reviews about this speaker and had high expectations. But this experience greatly disappointed me. Granted the sound is nice when it works, but it rarely works. There is a reason Bose and JBL are expensive, because they are made of quality materials and electronics.
is still very compact... May be not as tracking companion ...but if you are musicians or serious audiophiles this is what you have been looking for... It beats BOSE... JBL... Or...SONY...by miles... Definitely in terms of pricing and sound reproduction... Thanks DOSS for such wonderful Product...and thanks Amazon for such a great deal...
Also, I had read all of the specs, all of the Q&A and all of the customer reviews on this page, so I didn't expect many surprises. But there were a few.
Out of the box, it did turn on, i.e. the battery was partly charged (as these things often are, these days). Nevertheless, I shut it off after just a few seconds in order to respect the manufacturer's instructions, which say that the unit should first be charged for 12 hours and that subsequent charges should take between 2 and 3 hours. I expected the red light in the back to turn off after 3 hours or less, especially when the charger stopped feeling warm. But that red light was still on the next morning, 17 hours later! This doesn't inspire confidence. But I bought this unit with the intention of having it plugged-in all the time, so I won't fret over any possible battery weakness unless and until it prevents me from using it even when plugged-in. (The indicator did finally turn off at some point during the second day.)
As mentioned by at least one reviewer, the AUX input jack is extremely finicky. Again, I don't intend to move the unit once installed, so I don’t expect that I should have to fiddle with it now that it’s installed in its definitive location. If you plan on connecting and disconnecting this speaker to an AUX source frequently, look elsewhere.
The speaker's volume control buttons DO NOT control the Bluetooth interface's volume! I have never seen such a thing. If you forget to set the speaker's own volume (for which there is no visual indication) high enough, then it doesn't matter that your phone (or whatever Bluetooth device you're playing) is itself set at maximum volume; you'll have to walk over to the speaker to press its “Volume Up” button. And you may have to press it several times (there are 16 steps between completely muted and maximum) because holding down a volume button doesn't do anything. (That's also something I've never encountered.) And the buttons make a rather loud, plasticky clicking sound. So you would think that the solution would be to set it at maximum – or just about – and leave it there for good, controlling the volume at the source instead. But there is an annoying white noise – from the amplifiers and/or the DSP, so it doesn't matter if you're playing through a cable or from a Bluetooth source – that is approximately proportional in intensity to the volume setting, but not quite; you hear some white noise even with the volume turned all the way down. Of course, you notice it only if there is no substantial background noise in your environment and nothing is playing or during very quiet passages. (I listen mostly to classical music, so there are lots of those.) So I'm hoping that I'll be able to find a compromise, i.e. a moderately loud volume setting on this speaker that will let me adjust the volume at the source as needed without being too bothered by the white noise.
One of the most important criteria for me was that there be no automatic shut-off and no standby mode of any kind, because I want to hear the slightest beep or ding from my computer even when nothing has been playing for a while. I looked in the category of “Computer speakers” of course, but even many of the A/C-powered ones of that ilk, without any battery to “save”, do go into standby and take half a second to several seconds to wake up, according to customer reviews. The Doss is said by the seller and at least one reviewer to be compatible with the Echo Dot and one of the implications of that (maybe the only one?) is the ability to remain “on” all the time. So far, this Doss speaker has been behaving as promised.
I also like the fact that all drivers and the passive radiators are facing forward because I’m not placing the unit near any wall. Several other brands put the passive radiator in the back.
The grill is made of metal (I used a magnet to check) and has very small holes, so it’s surprising that it doesn’t seem to muffle the sound at all.
It runs Bluetooth 4.0 (an ancient standard by now) and I knew that from the specs, but I have several other Bluetooth 4.0 devices and I've never heard any of them exhibit the symptom that this one does. I had set it right next to my Samsung tablet (almost touching) and the sound was fine... except when I reached for the volume buttons on the tablet. Whenever my hand approaches the edge of the tablet, the speaker makes a kind of frying sound – the same sound you hear from an FM radio that is getting a weak signal or is not tuned exactly to a radio station's frequency. Not a deal breaker since I intend to use a source connected by a cable, but I'd be weary of relying on it for Bluetooth streaming.
Bluetooth 4.0 also means that there is about half a second of latency, so you can't use this speaker to watch videos unless you plug in a cable. (One is included.)
The chime that sounds when you turn it on or off (also if you try to increase the volume when it's already at maximum) is quite loud – on the verge of being too loud to be acceptable to me.
Another annoyance: It doesn’t remember the input mode that was selected when you turned it off; it’s always set on Bluetooth input when you turn it on, so I have to remember to press the “M” button after turning it on, to switch it over to the line-in. Even then, it doesn’t really activate until it detects an input signal, so the first beep that my computer emits after that (or the first note of music) goes unheard.
But this is a speaker, so the the most important thing is the sound: it's very good, all things considered. Quite well balanced throughout the frequency range and not too boomy (but nearly so). It sure is powerful! The stereo separation is fairly good **if** your ears are positioned in its sweet spot. After all, the whole thing is only 30 cm wide (less than 12 inches). But I still prefer that to the common practice, in other brands, of artificially increasing the separation through digital manipulation.
So, I think it's fair to say that you get what you pay for, whether generously or just barely, depending on what is important to you.
I’m giving it 4 stars because of the price-to-quality ratio, given the $10 coupon that was available briefly. (I also noticed that some people got $20 off.😒) Otherwise I would be giving it 3 stars because of all the drawbacks.