Battle Of The Loudest Bluetooth Speakers

Posted on Jan 12 2017 - 11:12am by Gadget King

Modern Bluetooth Boomboxes

Apparently the 1980’s trend of big “portable” boomboxes is making a comeback, with some modern technology of course. Think Bluetooth portable speaker on steroids, basically a Bluetooth Boombox. Apparently this trend has been developing steam… news to me.

Some how I ended reading online reviews of the Aiwa Exos-9 ($299) and had to dig a bit deeper. Other models kept coming up as competitors in this quality/price range. For example there would be a video titled “Exos-9 v.s. DiamondBoxx“, etc…  So, I decided to share some of the models that kept hitting the radar. Beware… some of them are quite expensive.

In no particular order, here are some of the hottest large, but portable, bluetooth speakers on the market as of January 2017.

Aiwa Exos-9 Portable Bluetooth Speaker ($299)

Aiwa Exos-9 Portable Bluetooth Speaker

  • One of the best reviewed units available today. Don’t take my word for it look at all of these reviews.
  • 200-watts of continuous power
  • 5-drivers including a 6.5-inch dual voice coil subwoofer
  • 9-hours of playtime (57.2 Wh removable lithium ion battery)
  • Onboard 5-band equalizer
  • Linkable up two units

BumpBoxx FreeStyle ($499)

BumpBoxx FreeStyle

  • Nostalgic boombox design
  • 150-watts, 110-RMS
  • 4-drivers including two 10-inch woofers and two 4-inch horns
  • 12-hours of playtime
  • Sound motion LED’s

ION Audio Road Warrior ($295)

ION Audio Road Warrior

  • Looks like subwoofer for the trunk of a car, in a good way
  • 500-watts, 250-watts peak per channel
  • 4-drivers including two 10-inch woofers and a two 1-inch tweeters
  • 12-hours of playtime

DiamondBoxx Model M ($549)

DiamondBoxx Model M

  • Lot’s of aluminum and a tad bit ugly
  • 320-watts total power, 140-watts RMS
  • 4-drivers
  • 20-hours of playtime
  • Handmade in Arizona

ECOXGEAR EcoBoulder ($179)


  • Large, has wheels and an extendable handle
  • 100-watts
  • 8-inch woofer and 3-inch tweeter
  • 10-hours of playtime
  • Waterproof and it floats

Sony Portable Party System ($300)

Sony RDHGTK37IP Portable Party System

  • Looks like a high tech trunk subwoofer
  • 420-watts RMS
  • 4-drivers including two subwoofers and two tweeters
  • No battery and must be plugged in to wall power
  • LED light show included

Monster Rockin’Roller 2 Speaker ($180)

Monster Rockin'Roller 2 Speaker

  • Looks light it belongs on a construction site
  • 80-watts
  • 2-drivers including one subwoofer and one tweeter
  • 100-hours playtime
  • IPX4 water resistance and AC outlet passthrough


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