The best outdoor speakers in 2022: Great sound outside (2022)

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The best outdoor speakers combine solid sound with rugged build to withstand life outside and come with some kind of water proofing to help protect them from the elements. From weatherproof speakers models intended for a life outdoors, to compact models that are built to roam, we've tested each of these models for the ability to shrug off splashes or a little light rain, to designs that are robust enough to allow you to leave them outdoors the whole year round. From the cozy confines of a patio to large backyards and public parks, with one of these outdoor speakers to hand, you won’t have to resort to listening to music in isolation on one of our best headphones.

In this buying guide, we’ve tested and rated each model in areas including sound quality, durability and battery life. We've tried each in different locations to see how they perform for a life outdoors. Some models also appear in ourregularly updated best Bluetooth speakers andbest waterproof speakers buying guides.

If you enjoy evenings on the patio with your favorite sound playing in the background, you may also want to take a look at the best patio heaters to help you stay warm. And if you want to spruce up your backyard on a budget, these awesome products are all under $50.

Top 3 best outdoor speakers

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Best overall: Polk Atrium 4
Although their price has increased recently, the Polk Atrium 4 speakers are still our best outdoor models for superior sound in a robust design. This mid-range speaker is small enough not dominate surroundings, and delivers more bass than most similarly-sized speaker designs at the price, making them hard to pass up.

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Best value: Anker Soundcore 3
Our best value option has to go to the Anker Soundcore 3. For just over $50, this model delivers impressive sound in a durable, compact and entirely portable package, and has a waterproof body to handle pool parties and the odd spot of rain. A 24-hour battery helps to further this great value buy for take anywhere summer sounds.

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Best smart portable: Sonos Roam
Like the bigger Sonos Move, the Roam is a portable smart speaker that slots seamlessly into any Sonos multi-room system via Wi-Fi. It now comes in three new colors (opens in new tab) and outdoorsy credentials extend to IP67 water resistance rating and up to 10-hour battery life, while Auto TruePlay adjusts the sound output to wherever your sat.

What are the best outdoor speakers?

Our testing shows that the best outdoor speaker is the Polk Atrium 4, an affordable stereo pair of speakers that delivers superior sound in a robust design. The larger Atrium 5 can also serve well for larger gatherings, if you’re willing to spend a premium, but the sheer value of the Atrium 4 is hard to pass up.

Our favorite budget option for outdoor sounds has to go to the Anker Soundcore 3. For just over $50, this model delivers pretty remarkable sound in a durable, compact and entirely portable package, and has a waterproof body to handle pool parties and the odd spot of rain. It might seem too small for any backyard party, but it’s a great travel companion that can be tossed into any laptop or gym bag. A 24-hour battery means you can play it all day long and is a great value buy for take anywhere summer sounds.

The Sonos Roam is another compact design for outdoors with high-grade protection against dust and water. You’ll even be able to use some of its smart features (e.g., voice controls, alarms), should your Wi-Fi signal extend outside.

Read on for our picks of the best outdoor speakers.

The best outdoor speakers available to buy right now

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1. Polk Atrium 4

The best outdoor speaker overall

Specifications

Drivers: 4.5-inch mid/woofer, 0.8-inch tweeter

Wireless: No

Output: 80 watts

Battery: None

Mounting hardware: Included

Weatherproof: Yes

Reasons to buy

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Large, crisp soundstage

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Small size for discreet installations

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Temperature and rain resistant

Reasons to avoid

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Go for the Atrium 5 if you want bigger bass

The best outdoor speakers have to withstand the elements and deliver robust bass, crisp treble and full midrange with enough power to be heard over both the wind and the chatter of a party. These Polk speakers check all the boxes, and still usually cost less than $200.

At 8.6 x 6.7 x 5.7 inches, the Atrium 4s are small enough so that they won't dominate your landscape and big enough to deliver full sound. While they don’t have much bass, they produce more low end than other outdoor speakers of similar size. With a 4.5-inch mid-woofer/tweeter and a 0.8-inch tweeter inside each speaker, the Atrium 4 aptly handled both the distorted guitars of classic rock and the thumping bass of hip-hop while producing clear vocals.

If you want more bass and have the space (and some extra cash), consider Polk's larger Atrium 5 speakers, which come with 5-inch midrange woofer/tweeters.

Read our full Polk Atrium 4 review.

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2. Anker Soundcore 3

Best for big sound at a bargain price

Specifications

Drivers: 2 x tweeters; mid/woofer; passive bass radiator

Wireless: Bluetooth

Output: 2 x 16W

Battery: 24 hours

Mounting hardware: No

Weatherproof: Yes

Reasons to buy

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Big sound from small design

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Good battery life

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Waterproof (IPX7)

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Useful Soundcore app and EQ modes

Reasons to avoid

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Sound hardens up at higher volumes

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Rubberized case marks easily

The Anker Soundcore 3 is an amazing little Bluetooth speaker for outdoor sounds. For just over $50, this tiny powerhouse delivers loud, well-balanced sound within an IPX7-rated design that can survive water, dust, while the robust rubberised outer case takes care of protection from every day knocks. The speaker lasts up to a whopping 24 hours, thanks to Anker's best-in-class battery technology, and the Soundcore 3's dual tweeter drivers and central mid/bass woofer allied to a passive bass driver and Anker's BassUp technology, ensure you'll get powerful sound in any setting.

The Soundcore's compact,6.75 x 2.25 x 2.25-inch design makes this speaker perfect for tossing into your bag for a quick road trip, and SharePlay allows multiple Soundcore speakers to be synced for an even bigger sound. It's also available in blue, red and silver colors for a little extra ($50) cost in addition to the standard slick black we tested.

Read our full Anker Soundcore 3 review.

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3. Sonos Roam

The best outdoor speaker with an ultraportable design

Specifications

Drivers: Mid-woofer, tweeter

Wireless: Bluetooth, Wi-Fi

Output: Not stated

Battery: 10 hours

Mounting hardware: None

Water resistant: Yes (IPX67 rated)

Reasons to buy

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Light, portable design

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Extensive connectivity

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Auto TruePlay sound tuning

Reasons to avoid

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No Bluetooth multipoint

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Middling battery life

Like the bigger, more expensive Sonos Move, the Roam is a portable smart speaker that slots seamlessly into any Sonos multi-room system you might have. Its outdoorsy credentials mainly come from even better weatherproofing: with an IP67 rating, the Sonos Roam is protected against dust ingress and can survive full submersion in water, let alone a little rain.

Just because it has Wi-Fi capabilities doesn’t mean you need to shackle the Roam close to your house, either. The 10-hour battery might not trouble the most long-lasting Bluetooth speakers, but it can take advantage of its handy Auto TruePlay feature wherever it is. This automatically adjusts the sound output to best suit the environment, even in an open space like a park.

Read our full Sonos Roam review.

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4. Klipsch AW-650

Killer sound and size

Specifications

Drivers: 6.5-inch woofer, 1-inch tweeter

Wireless: No

Output: 85 watts

Battery: None

Mounting hardware: Included

Weatherproof: Yes

Reasons to buy

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Big, durable design

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Satisfying bass and crisp treble

Reasons to avoid

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Impractical size makes them unsuitable for smaller areas

If you subscribe to the "go big or go home" school of outdoor entertaining, the AW-650 speakers are some of the best outdoor speakers you can buy. These monsters of rock measure 15 x 11 x 9.5 inches and feature a 6.5-inch woofer and 1-inch tweeter. The result is thunderous bass and crisp, full vocals that can easily overpower the ambient noise of the outdoors when you want.

The AW-650 speakers are built like a tank, with a UV-resistant ABS plastic polymer enclosure that's backed by Klipsch's lifetime warranty. And at 9 pounds each, you'll want to make sure you securely mount them if you choose to place them up high; they would also work well at floor level.

Read our full Klipsch AW-650 outdoor speaker review.

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5. V-Moda Remix

A small, but mighty outdoor speaker with a built-in amp

Specifications

Drivers: Glass Fiber Dual-Driver

Wireless: Yes

Output: 10 watts (per driver)

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Battery: 10 hours

Mounting hardware: Yes

Water resistant : Yes (IP67)

Reasons to buy

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Loud, balanced audio with booming bass

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Stunning design

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Lots of customization options

Reasons to avoid

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No multiroom solution

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Can distort at high volume

V-Moda’s fantastic track record with headphones should already tell you that their first-ever Bluetooth speaker, the Remix, is a solid performer. This well-built and stylish speaker delivers booming bass, warm highs, and crisp mids, plus it comes with an integrated headphone amplifier. It even plays high-res audio formats (FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, WAV, and DSD). There is multiroom solution for the Remix, but at least you can daisy-chain multiple speakers to achieve stereo surround sound. Craftsmanship is also superb with the sides of the speaker made of black plastic, while the front is made of black 3D-printed fiber; V-Moda lets you customize the design for a premium.

A full charge keeps this bad boy operating at 10 hours within a 50-foot range, which is much higher than the 33-feet range that V-Moda advertises. The current price drop should also make this an enticing purchase for those who want a mini boom box that pumps out loud sound.

Read our full V-Moda Remix review.

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6. Yamaha NS-AW150W

Affordable and flexible outdoor speakers with good overall sound

Specifications

Drivers: 5-inch Polyetherimide Woofer 0.5-inch dome tweeter

Wireless: No

Output: 35 watts

Battery: None

Mounting hardware: Yes

Water resistant: Yes (IPX7 rated)

Reasons to buy

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Good sound quality with crisp treble and full vocals

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Flexible mounting options

Reasons to avoid

-

Mediocre bass performance

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Water resistant, not waterproof

When it comes to the best outdoor speakers, the Yamaha NS-AW150W hit a sweet spot in sound, size and cost. They deliver good overall sound, with especially crisp treble and full vocals.The bass isn’t as powerful as others among thebest outdoor speakers, but few this size hammer out the low end well.

The speakers produce a crisp sound with some bass, though the low frequencies may get lost among ambient sounds. The sound is also fairly narrow, meaning it doesn’t spread as widely across an open backyard. Still, they produce good vocals and crisp treble, and throw in a bit of bass too —all for just $99 for the pair.

Read our full Yamaha NS-AW150W review.

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7. UE Megaboom 3

The best wireless Bluetooth speaker

Specifications

Size and weight: 8.9 x 3.4 x 3.4 inches, 2 pounds

Battery life (rated): 20 hours

Maximum sound level: 90dB

Voice controls: No

Water resistance: Yes (IP67 rated)

Reasons to buy

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Big bass and full vocals

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Good battery life

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Can pair with older Megaboom and Boom models for stereo sound

Reasons to avoid

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Big and heavy for a portable

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No speakerphone

If you're looking for the best outdoor speaker that you can take on the go — and in the pool — the UE Megaboom 3 is the way to go. Large for a Bluetooth speaker but still fully wireless and portable, the UE Megaboom 3 pumps booming sound out of its attractive, portable frame. It also carries an IPX7 waterproof rating, meaning it can sit by the pool, on the beach or even get dunked underwater and keep on ticking.

The Megaboom 3 also stands out thanks to its 20-hour battery, which should have your outdoor pool parties filled with music all day long. Better yet, you can pair the Megaboom 3 to other UE speakers for the ultimate stereo experience. Overall, the UE Megaboom 3 is the perfect pick for those who want an outdoor speaker that can go anywhere — and sound great doing it.

Read our fullUE Megaboom 3 review.

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8. Tribit StormBox Blast

Big boombox-style bass for outdoor sounds

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Specifications

Drivers: 2x mid/bass; 2x tweeters

Wireless: Bluetooth

Output: 90W

Battery: 30

Mounting hardware: Nonew

Water resistant : IPX7 rated

Reasons to buy

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Expansive sound

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Booming bass

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Battery lasts all day

Reasons to avoid

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Treble can sound harsh at high volumes

While it costs about $200, the StormBox Blast is not nearly as expensive as some extra-large portable Bluetooth speakers like UE's Hyperboom and JBL's Boombox 3, but it sounds nearly as good, making it something of a bargain compared to other extra-large portable Bluetooth speakers.

If you’re looking for a big speaker that can withstand the elements, the Tribit StormBox Blast has a lot going for it. It fills whatever space you are in with bassy sound and vocals sound clear. You can boost the bass further with the XBass button on the speaker, and you can link two StormBox Blasts together for an even bigger sound. It can play all day without needing a recharge, and it’s waterproof so you don’t have to worry about it falling into the pool or getting rained on for a while. And it puts on a light show if you want some visuals to go with your audio.

Read our full Tribit StormBox Blast review.

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9. JBL Go 3

The best outdoor speaker for affordable portability

Specifications

Drivers: Not stated

Wireless: Yes

Output: 4.2 watts

Battery: 5 hours

Mounting hardware: None

Water resistant: Yes (IP67 rated)

Reasons to buy

+

Water- and dust-proof

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Easily portable

Reasons to avoid

-

Sound quality lacks detail

If you don't need to fill a huge area with sound, the JBL Go 3 could serve well as a budget-friendly option. It may be small but it's certainly not poorly-made, earning itself the same IP67 rating as the Sonos Roam: enough for both heavy-duty waterproofing and strong protection against dirt, sand or dust ingress.

The sheer affordability is another enticing factor, and we got twice the "official" 5 hours of battery life on medium volume, though for entertaining large backyard parties you may need something more powerful. For lower-key trips outdoors, though, the Go 3 very much has its benefits.

Read our full JBL Go 3 review.

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10. Sonos Move

The most powerful outdoor smart speaker

Specifications

Drivers: One downward-firing tweeter, one mid-woofer

Wireless: Bluetooth, Wi-Fi

Output: Not stated

Battery: 10 hours

Mounting hardware: None

Water resistance: Yes (IP56 rated)

Reasons to buy

+

Superb audio quality

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Built-in Automatic TruePlay technology

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Easy Wi-Fi-to-Bluetooth connection conversion

Reasons to avoid

-

Smart features ups price

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No smart features in Bluetooth mode

Need an outdoor speaker that also doubles as a portable Bluetooth speaker? The Sonos Move will fit the bill and then some. This beefy Bluetooth speaker offers Sonos' signature high-end soundscape on top of a 10-hour battery that should last through all of your backyard festivities.

On top of offering rich bass and crisp dialogue, the Sonos Move is one of the best outdoor speakers for folks who want smart features. The speaker supports both Alexa and Google Assistant for voice controls, and can switch from Bluetooth to Wi-Fi on the fly, making it ideal for just about any outdoor setting. Plus, Sonos’ Auto TruePlay technology uses microphones to automatically tune the speaker for its surroundings. Add support for all major streaming services on top of all that and you have the ultimate outdoor portable speaker.

Read our full Sonos Move review.

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11. JBL Charge 5

An outdoor speaker that can charge your phone

Specifications

Size and weight: 8.7 x 3.8 x 3.7 inches, 2.1 pounds

Battery life (rated): 20 hours

Maximum sound level: Not stated

Voice controls: No

Water resistance: Yes (IP67 rated)

Reasons to buy

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High sound quality

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Water- and dust-proof

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Long battery life

Reasons to avoid

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Limited control app

A great alternative to the Megaboom 3 is JBL's IP67-rated Charge 5. High-grade waterproofing is combined with strong protection against dust and grit, to the Charge 5 is ideal for beach trips and pool parties. There are smaller Bluetooth speakers, but this one is still compact enough to stuff in a backpack.

As with the rest of the Charge range, the Charge 5 can also double up as a power bank for phones and tablets — so if playing music is sapping your phone, you can top it up with the very speaker you're playing through. And if you don't need this feature, you'll get a very healthy 20 hours of listening time from a full charge.

Read our full JBL Charge 5 review.

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12. UE Hyperboom

The best outdoor speaker for huge wireless power

Specifications

Drivers: Dual 4.5-inch woofers, 2x 1-inch tweeters and 2x 3.5 x 7.5-inch passive radiators

Wireless: Yes

Output: N/A

Battery: 24 hours

Mounting hardware: None

Water resistant: Yes (IPX4 rated)

Reasons to buy

+

Big and balanced sound

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Goes very loud

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Good battery life

Reasons to avoid

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Its big size means that it's not exactly portable

The UE Hyperboom blends the size and power of a true outdoor speaker with the versatility of a Bluetooth speaker. This 14-inch tall speaker offers huge, balanced sound for outdoor gatherings and cookouts, and lasts for 24 hours on a charge to power your patio hangs all day and night.

The Hyperboom is also IPX4 rated, making it able to withstand splashes and drizzles. With easy Bluetooth pairing to any mobile device, big bass and sharp high-end, the Hyperboom is one of the best outdoor speakers you can buy for social gatherings.

Read our full UE Hyperboom review.

How to choose the best outdoor speakers for you

As you shop for outdoor speakers, the first thing you’ll want to look for is weather-proofing. Outdoor speakers should be at least partially water-resistant, and if you want to leave them outside all the time, they should be fully waterproof with an IPX7 rating. The next thing you’ll want to consider is how the speakers will be connected. Many outdoor speakers are wired, so you’ll need a power source. If that’s not doable in your backyard or patio, then you will want to concentrate on portable Bluetooth speakers.

Next, think about how big your space is and what kind of volume level you’ll require. If you have a small patio or mainly want music for dinner parties, a smaller set of outdoor speakers may be perfectly adequate. But if you have a large suburban backyard or want to host crowded dance parties, you may want to shop for larger speakers with more audio capacity.

Last but not least, there’s cost. Outdoor speakers can get pricey, as they need to be tough and rugged enough to withstand the elements. You can still find great sets at any budget level. Note that Bluetooth speakers are generally going to be more expensive.

How we test the best outdoor speakers

For the best outdoor speakers, we look at a number of factors. We start with audio quality: how bass, mid-range, treble and vocals sound. Are they balanced? What kind of woofer, midrange driver and tweeter do the speakers have? We also look at size and range to determine how the outdoor speaker will sound in different settings, from a large backyard to a smaller patio or deck. Will the speaker be able to fill various areas or are they better in certain set-ups?

Naturally the best way to answer these questions is to play a variety of music genres, outside in the conditions you'd normally expect to find these speakers.

Next, since these are outdoor speakers, we have to take weatherproofing into consideration. Are they temperature and water resistant? Does the speaker’s housing ward off against bugs and dust? Other factors include how easy it is to mount/install the speakers along with using any smart technology features.

And we want to test a variety of outdoor speakers at different price points, so that we can recommend one for every type of budget. If you want something even more affordable, check out the best cheap Bluetooth speakers — though only some of these will offer waterproofing.

For more outdoor summertime or warm evening fun, check out our Ukiah Tailgater II fire pit review; it pulses to your music!

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Lee Dunkley

As a former editor of the U.K.'s Hi-Fi Choice magazine, Lee is passionate about all kinds of audio tech and has been providing sound advice to enable consumers to make informed buying decisions since he joined Which? magazine as a product tester in the 1990s. Lee covers all things audio for Tom's Guide, including headphones, wireless speakers and soundbars and loves to connect and share the mindfulness benefits that listening to music in the very best quality can bring.

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The best outdoor speakers in 2022: Great sound outside? ›

The best outdoor speakers available to buy right now
  • V-Moda Remix. ...
  • Yamaha NS-AW150W. ...
  • UE Megaboom 3. ...
  • Tribit StormBox Blast. ...
  • JBL Go 3. ...
  • Sonos Move. The most powerful outdoor smart speaker. ...
  • JBL Charge 5. An outdoor speaker that can charge your phone. ...
  • UE Hyperboom. The best outdoor speaker for huge wireless power.
Aug 10, 2022

Which speaker is best for sound quality? ›

Features comparison
Bluetooth speakersFeatureWeight
Ultimate Ears WonderboomIpx7 waterproof, Double up connectivity‎426 g
Marshall Emberton360-degree surround sound, 20+ hours of playback700 g
Sony SRS-XB23 Wireless Extra Bass Bluetooth SpeakerEasy-to-carry design‎570 g
Bose SoundLink Revolve+360-degree surround sound‎900 g
1 more row
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What brand has the loudest speakers? ›

Loudest Speakers In The World
  • Was 3000 by Wyle Laboratories. This incredible speaker can produce sound up a level of 165 dB. ...
  • Matterhorn by Danley Sound Labs. The Matterhorn is a quite incredible speaker. ...
  • 9918Z by Digital Designs. This is a subwoofer and speaker combo. ...
  • The 60-inch Subwoofers. That's right, you read that.

What is the best wattage for outdoor speakers? ›

Q: How many watts is a good outdoor speaker?
  • 60 watts for areas smaller than 300 square feet.
  • 80 to 100 watts for spaces between 300 and 500 square feet.
  • 100 to 175 watts for anything between 600 and 800 square feet.
  • 250+ watts for areas over 1,000 square feet.
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How do I choose outdoor speakers? ›

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What is the No 1 speaker in the world? ›

#1 Best Speaker in the World 2020: KEF LS50 Wireless Powered Speaker System.

Why do bigger speakers sound better? ›

Frequency response is the range of bass, mids, and treble that a speaker can produce without distortion. With large speakers, there are fewer strained sounds. While small speakers create the appearance of full sound, large speakers deliver it in reality. Sounds come off as full, natural, and realistic.

Does more watts mean louder speaker? ›

Yes, it's true that the higher the power (watts), the louder and cleaner the speakers will play. Small differences in power, however, don't make much of an audible change. In order to perceptively hear a difference (a 3dB increase), the power would have to double.

Is Bose the loudest speaker? ›

The Bose S1 Pro is definitely one of the loudest Bluetooth speakers and portable Bluetooth PA system that delivers a tonne of volume. It is really a combination of a Bluetooth speaker and a versatile PA system made for parties, outdoor gatherings that delivers immensely powerful sound.

Is a 1000 watt speaker loud? ›

It describes the SPL that a speaker can produce from a 1-watt signal at a distance of 1 meter. It's a major indicator of a speaker's overall loudness, and one reason why a 1,000-watt speaker isn't necessarily louder than a 500-watt one.

How many watts is a good speaker? ›

The best wattage for the home speaker is between 15 and 30 watts. Most homeowners find 20 watts sufficient enough. A speaker for larger gatherings can be 50 watts or 100 watts.

How many decibels do I need for outdoor speakers? ›

Outdoors, the ideal range is between 70 and 80 dB. This is loud enough to be heard over the music and other noise but not so loud that it will cause discomfort or damage your hearing.

How high should outdoor speakers be? ›

Audio experts say that for optimal sound, it's best to mount outdoor speakers about ten feet high and ten feet apart, tilted slightly downward. Try to be precise in determining how much speaker wire you'll need, so you don't run any more than you have to. Excess wire takes away from the quality of sound.

Do you need an amp for outdoor speakers? ›

Most outdoor speakers are passive devices, which means they do not have built-in amplification and will need a source of power.

Where should outdoor speakers be placed? ›

Under the eaves, a popular mounting location

Many outdoor speakers are weather-resistant rather than weatherproof, so they'll need some cover. Are your eaves close to the ground (or the deck)? Mount speakers underneath, to protect them from rain. Just don't mount them much higher than 10 feet above the listening area.

Which speaker is best for bass? ›

  • F&D F5060X 135W 5.1 Bluetooth Multimedia Speaker. The F&D F5060X 135W 5.1 Bluetooth Multimedia Speaker comes with five satellites and offers an audio output of 135 Watts. ...
  • Philips SPA4040B/94 Multimedia Speakers System. ...
  • JBL Charge 5. ...
  • Bose SoundLink Revolve+ ...
  • Sony SRS-XB23 Wireless Extra Bass Bluetooth Speaker.
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How can you tell speaker quality? ›

There is a standard test that manufacturers run with their speakers to determine sensitivity, which involves placing a microphone connected to a decibel meter one meter in front of a speaker, and measuring the sound pressure level output, in decibels, with one watt of power being delivered into the speaker.

How can you tell a good speaker? ›

The higher the sensitivity rating, the louder your speaker is. An average speaker comes with a sensitivity of around 87 dB to 88 dB. A speaker with a sensitivity rating over 90 dB is considered excellent.

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