What should I look at when choosing a Bluetooth Speaker for the first time?
If you are new to buying Bluetooth speakers, here are a couple of pointers to help you make a better choice:
Firstly most people want really good volume from their speaker, this is really normal. This is a simple one to judge - simply turn up the volume & if its loud enough for you, then consider it. You will generally find that the volume generally relates to the Watts (W) of the speaker . Normally a good quality small 3W Bluetooth speaker should output plenty of volume.
Secondly, it's important to consider the distortion level of the speaker. No one wants a speaker to start distorting, especially at higher volume levels. Unfortunately if you are not wanting to spend much money at all - you probably cant escape this, but on the flip side, you don't have to buy Bose or B&O to get excellent quality and low distortion levels out of your speaker.
Frequency range and punch can also be important. On a small speaker you can't often escape from a flat frequency output & very limited bass output - and this is just natural (given the driver size limitations).
You will notice that when you hear a large, good quality speaker - you will notice clear separation between the frequencies & musical instruments will often come across very crisp.
Of course there is always a trade-off of quality vs. price when buying a bluetooth speaker however these days you don't need to spend on big global brands to really get the quality you want.
This being said, all of the Bluetooth Speakers that we sell here at Tech Outlet are all thoroughly tested before we bring them to market. We always aim to give you an excellent quality bluetooth speaker WITHOUT you having to pay the earth for named brands. We also try and bring you designs that are very innovative that you wont find in most shops.
If you want to see more of our range, then go to our website: https://techoutlet.co.nz/collections/audio-speakers