Extreme Size Bluetooth Speakers


Speaker Ranking

If you’re looking at one of these, you have a very specific need for very deep bass or extreme loudness and can accept that the speaker may be very large and heavy. Most of these are a huge overkill for most applications and the Boombox size is better for most people. Most of these speakers are at least IPX4 unless noted. All speakers in this class need AC to charge. The best here will have bass extension similar to a 10” woofer tower speaker.

To the average non-audiophile, generally speakers in the top 50% of this category will likely sound “good” to you. To the critical listener, generally speakers in the top 20% of this category will likely sound “good” to you. Don’t be afraid to pick one of those if you have budget, feature or aesthetic priorities. There’s a lot of good speakers out there.

Keep in mind these are designed more for deep bass than extreme loudness and if you’re throwing parties for over 50 people you may want to look at real PA speakers instead, see this.

For longer runtime, check out a power station.

For running karaoke, check out Karaoke Setups

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#1 JBL Partybox Stage 320: $600

  • Positives: Handle and wheels are convenient. Customizable color lighting modes. Keeps more bass than the 310 at high volume. Removable battery.
  • Negatives: Slightly sibilant in the treble at full blast. Very large. Note, JBL daisychain is not compatible with any other non-JBL speaker and is possibly a fully digital signal.
  • Weight: 36.4lbs / 16.5kg
  • Battery Life: 18 hours
  • Aux Input: Yes
  • Power Bank: Yes
  • USB Playback: Yes
  • App: Yes
  • EQ: Yes (5 band)
  • TWS: Yes
  • Microphone Input: Yes
  • Guitar Input: Yes
  • Party Mode: Yes (Auracast)
  • Charging: AC Power cord
  • IP Rating: IPX4
  • Comparisons and Sound Samples
  • Links

#2 JBL Partybox 310: $500

#3 JBL Partybox Club 120: $400

  • Positives: Handle and wheels are convenient. Customizable color lighting modes. Quite neutral sound. deeper bass than the 100 and 110. Removable battery.
  • Negatives: High price. Note, JBL daisychain is not compatible with any other non-JBL speaker and is possibly a fully digital signal.
  • Weight: 24lbs / 10.8kg
  • Battery Life: 12 hours
  • Aux Input: Yes
  • Power Bank: Yes
  • USB Playback: Yes
  • App: Yes
  • Microphone Input: Yes
  • Guitar Input: Yes
  • EQ: Yes (5 band)
  • TWS: Yes
  • Party Mode: Yes (Auracast)
  • Charging: AC Power cord
  • IP Rating: IPX4
  • Comparisons and Sound Samples
  • Links

#4 JBL Partybox 100: $260

#5 JBL Partybox 110: $350

  • Positives: Very neutral sound, slightly better than the Partybox 100.
  • Negatives: Bass isn’t as deep as the Partybox 100. Just as loud and slightly deeper than a Stormbox Blast which is way smaller with better sound. Increase treble one step in the app to make it more neutral. Note, JBL daisychain is not compatible with any other non-JBL speaker and is possibly a fully digital signal.
  • Bass Extension: 41hz (-10dB)
  • Weight: 24lbs / 10.8kg
  • Battery Life: 12 hours
  • Aux Input: Yes
  • Power Bank: Yes
  • USB Playback: Yes
  • App: Yes
  • Microphone Input: Yes
  • Guitar Input: Yes
  • EQ: Yes (3 band)
  • TWS: Yes
  • Party Mode: No
  • Charging: AC Power cord
  • IP Rating: IPX4
  • Comparisons and Sound Samples
  • Links

#6 JBL Partybox 300: $300

  • Negatives: Hard to carry, too tall, drags on the ground. Max spl and bass extension are only as good as the Partybox 100. No real reason to ever get one, get a Partybox 100 instead. Note, JBL daisychain is not compatible with any other non-JBL speaker and is possibly a fully digital signal.
  • Bass Extension: 40hz (-10dB)
  • Weight: 35lbs / 16kg
  • Battery Life: 18 hours
  • Aux Input: Yes
  • Power Bank: Yes
  • USB Playback: Yes
  • Charging: AC Power cord
  • IP Rating: None
  • Microphone Input: Yes
  • Guitar Input: Yes
  • TWS: Yes
  • Party Mode: No
  • App: No
  • EQ: No
  • Comparisons and Sound Samples
  • Links

#7 Electro-Voice Everse 8: $750

#8 Bose S1 Pro: $700

#9 JBL Authentics 500: $600

#10 Sony SRS-XP700: $400

#11 Sony SRS-XP500: $300

#12 Onn Large Party gen 2: $120

#13 Samsung MX-ST50B: $300

  • Positives: Sounds reasonably balanced. A little tough to judge based on the sound samples, would be nice to have more comparisons.
  • Negatives: Not as deep bass as the Partybox 110 or other higher ranked speakers. Needs to be plugged in to reach higher volume.
  • Battery Life: 18 hours
  • Weight: 26.3lbs / 11.9kg
  • USB Playback: Yes
  • Power Bank: Yes
  • Aux Input: Yes
  • Charging: AC Power cord
  • App: Yes
  • Microphone Input: Yes
  • Party Mode: Yes (Samsung Group Play up to 10 speakers)
  • IP Rating: IPX5
  • Comparisons and Sound Samples
  • Links

#14 Mackie Thump Go: $450

#15 Audiocase S5: $645

#16 Teufel Rockster Air: €500

#17 Soundboks 4: $1000

#18 Soundboks 3: $699

#19 Soundboks 2: $550

#20 Ultimate Ears Hyperboom: $450

#21 Soundboks Go: $550

#22 Audiocase S10: $892

#23 W-King T9 Pro: $280

#24 Marshall Woburn III: $580

#25 Marshall Woburn II: $430

#26 Marshall Woburn I: $500

#27 JBL Eon One Compact: $630

#28 B&O Beosound 2: $3200

#29 B&O Beosound 1: $2000

#30 Diamondboxx L2: $1000

#31 dB technologies B-Hype M: $450

#32 Onn Large Party gen 1: $100

#33 Philips NX200

#34 Panasonic SC-TMAX10

#35 Panasonic SC-TMAX5

#36 Sharp PS-929: $150

#37 Soundcore Rave+: $240

#38 Soundcore Rave: $220

  • Negatives: Pretty big lack of deep bass, treble rolled off
  • Bass Extension: ~60hz (-10dB)
  • Weight: 21.6lbs / 9.8kg
  • Battery Life: 24 hours
  • Aux Input: Yes
  • Power Bank: Yes
  • Charging: AC Power cord
  • Comparisons and Sound Samples

#39 Sony GTK-XB90

#40 Sony GTK-XB72

  • Negatives: No deep bass at all, weird midrange peak, rolled off treble and overall strange tuning
  • Bass Extension: ~56hz (-10dB)
  • Weight: 27lbs / 12.2kg
  • Battery Life: 23 hours
  • Aux Input: Yes
  • Power Bank: Yes
  • Party Mode: Yes (Partychain up to 100 speakers)
  • USB Playback: Yes
  • Charging: AC Power cord
  • Comparisons and Sound Samples

#41 Sony GTK-XB60

#42 Altec Lansing AL500: $200

  • Negatives: Not very deep bass
  • Bass Extension: ~60hz (-10dB)
  • Weight: 14.4lbs / 6.5kg
  • Aux Input: Yes
  • TWS: Yes
  • USB Playback: Yes
  • FM Radio: Yes
  • Microphone Input: Yes
  • Charging: AC Power cord
  • Comparisons and Sound Samples

#43 Rockville Rock Party 6: $100

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