Let crack right: Mobile Bluetooth speakers you sonicate at the garden party, on the beach or throughout the house with hits. COMPUTER BILD had current models for you in the test.
Made for outdoors: Bose Soundlink Micro
The Soundlink Micro Bose convinces with a just for its size amazingly grown and clean sound. That in the tiny case barely room for further equipment, you have to forgive the Bose – he limits himself to his core competence as a pure speaker: A charging port for smartphones is missing as well as an audio input. The operation is very easy and self-explanatory, in addition, the outdoor Soundlink Micro fit into almost any pocket – perfect for great sound on tour. And that may also be more extensive, instead of the promised six, the micro held in the test almost 21 hours.
Rock any party: Devil Rockster XS
The Berlin-based manufacturer Teufel has already proved with his disco on roles – the Rockster – that he knows how to make a really big party. The Rockster XSis a radically shrunken version with a similar character. It is designed for outdoor use – equipped with a durable battery, secured by its angular shape optimally in front of the castors and splash-proof. Of course, the sound should not be left out on the way. In this discipline, the power dwarf puts the competition in the shade: it sounds powerful with rich, deep bass and lively, playful heights. An outdoor button should provide more power outside. It affects the sound by amplifying the mids and removing the bass. This makes the Rockster XS sound slimmer, but also noticeably louder.