Loudest Bluetooth Speakers

The 12 Loudest Bluetooth Speakers of 2019

If you’re looking for a Bluetooth speaker with some serious power, then welcome to our list of the 12 loudest Bluetooth speakers of 2019. We’ve put together a list of the hottest and most powerful products available in 2019 across many price points and various applications. We’ve split our list into speakers of medium to large sizes, and then more compact (yet still pretty loud) speaker options. Make sure to check out our buyers guide at the end of this article to help you make that purchase decision.

Large and Loud:

1. SOUNDBOKS 2 – Loudest Portable Bluetooth Speaker

SOUNDBOKS 2 - Loudest Bluetooth Speakers

26.0″ x 17.0″ x 13.0″
33 lbs

The SOUNDBOKS was designed specifically for party animals on the go. If you’re after some serious power, look no further than the SOUNDBOKS 2. SOUNDBOKS claims this Bluetooth speaker can get as loud as 122dB! To put that into perspective, 120dB is the average volume for the front row of a rock concert.

The SOUNDBOKS 2 is a badass looking speaker. The outer casing comprises of Baltic birch plywood and steel. This is designed to protect the SOUNDBOKS 2 from any bumps, bangs, and bruises while out on the road.

At 33 lbs, the SOUNDBOKS 2 isn’t exactly lightweight, however, it’s still light enough to be considered portable. There are handles on either side for a couple of mates to carry the SOUNDBOKS 2 and, the speaker comes with an optional backpack harness.

One of the most impressive features of the SOUNDBOK 2 is the 40-hour battery life. The battery packs are removable so, you can purchase multiple batteries to keep the party going longer. A great feature for those going away outdoors, to a music festival or just heading out into the wilderness to start your own party.

Even with the SOUNDBOKS 2 turned up to full volume, the battery will last 8 hours. That’s really impressive!

With the SOUNDBOKS 2 you have two input options ⅛-inch AUX and Bluetooth. Next to the AUX input are two rotary knobs. The first is a simple volume control which goes to 11. The second adjusts the audio depending on your surrounding environment including indoor, outdoor and power off. Indoor mode adjusts bass performance and optimizes the sound for playing music inside. This mode also conserves battery. Outdoor mode allows the SOUNDBOKS 2 to operate at higher volumes and optimizes the bass performance for the outdoors but also places more demand on battery life.


While the SOUNDBOKS 2 is an absolute beast when it comes to playing loud music, the speaker retails for $899 which may be outside of many people’s budget. Is the SOUNDBOKS 2 worth the price tag? Absolutely! The speaker is seriously loud while also delivering exceptional sound quality.

2. Aiwa Exos-9 Portable Bluetooth Speaker

Aiwa Exos-9 Portable Bluetooth Speaker

7.5″ x 11.7″ x 19.4″
13 lbs

One of the loudest portable Bluetooth speakers on the market at the moment is the Awia Exos-9. While the Exos-9 is fully portable, it’s not small enough to fit in a bag or backpack. The speaker has a handle on the rear and weighs just 13lbs making it easy to pick up and move around.

The Exos-9 features a total of five speaker drivers delivering a whopping 200W of power output. More than enough to fill most living spaces with some seriously big sound. The speakers large 6½-inch low-frequency driver does an incredible job with the Exos-9 pumping out some serious bass. The Exos-9 also performs well in the mid-range and treble with vocals coming through crisp and clear.

The Exos-9 features a built-in battery offering up to 9 hours of continuous playing time. This is sufficient for a full day out. You can also purchase additional battery packs from the Aiwa website allowing you to extend the battery life. There is also a USB charging output for mobile devices.

Inputs on the Exos-9 include ⅛-inch AUX and Bluetooth. There is a fancy onboard capacitive touch control panel which allows you to switch between inputs, play/pause, and adjust audio settings. The Exos-9 also has a speaker link feature allowing you to pair with an additional Exos-9 for double the power!


The Exos-9 is an absolute beast and will be the perfect loud portable Bluetooth speaker for any occasion. The only downside to the Exos-9 is that it isn’t waterproof. At just under $300, the Exos-9 offers excellent value for the money.

3. Naim Mu-So Reference Wireless Music System

Naim Mu-So Reference Wireless Music Syste

4.8″ x 24.7″ x 10.1″
28.66 lbs
450W – 6 x 75W

If you consider yourself to be somewhat of an audiophile, then there’s really only one Bluetooth speaker on the market to satisfy your desire for high-quality audio. Forget what you think you know about Bluetooth speakers and introduce yourself to the Naim Mu-So Reference Wireless Music System, the Bentley of wireless music systems. This is easily the best sounding and the loudest Bluetooth speaker on the market delivering a staggering 450W of premium sound.

At first glance, you might be mistaken for thinking the Mu-So for a gaming console or power amplifier. It’s actually a unique slimline speaker design with a total of six 75W independently powered speaker drivers. The sound out of the Mu-So is nothing short of mind-blowing. The bass is rich and warm with an accurate low-end definition you won’t hear on any other Bluetooth speaker under $1,000. The mid-range is upfront with life-like clarity and detail. The highs are perfectly balanced giving the sound incredible nuance, detail and character. In short, the Mu-So is kickass on every level and cannot be faulted in terms of quality.

You have the option of ⅛-inch AUX, optical, USB, WiFi, and Bluetooth. The speaker also offers Apple Airplay and connects to many digital streaming services and online radio stations.


If you’re looking for the badest and the loudest Bluetooth speaker on the market, then look no further than the Naim Mu-So. This is an absolute beast of a wireless home music system with incredible sound and advanced audio features. The downside to this amazing speaker is the price. At just under $1,000 the Mu-So is expensive, but certainly not overpriced. The Naim Mu-So is worth every penny with features you won’t find in any other Bluetooth speaker!

4. Anker Soundcore Rave Mini

Anker Soundcore Rave Mini

7.1″ x 7.1″ x 13.5″
4.62 lbs

Anker’s latest Bluetooth speaker is the Anker Soundcore Rave Mini. This is easily one of Anker’s best speakers to date packed full of features you’d usually find in speakers double or triple the price.

The Soundcore Rave Mini stands just 17-inches high and weighs 7 lbs but produces an impressive 80W of sound. Although slightly larger than most portable Bluetooth speakers, the Soundcore Rave Mini is still relatively lightweight with a handle for easy carrying.

Like most party speakers, the Soundcore Rave Mini comes with LED lights and 6 modes suited to various genres of music. There is a button to control the LED lights on the speaker or, you can connect the Soundcore App for more control. Through the app, you can also change EQ presets and other audio settings.

If you’re looking to use the Soundcore Rave Mini at the pool or in the shower, you’ll be pleased to know the speaker comes with an IPX7 waterproof rating. This will protect your speaker to a depth of 1m for up to 30 minutes. The speaker enclosure is also very durable and should survive the odd bump, scratch or drop.

Audio inputs include ⅛-inch AUX, USB, and Bluetooth (version 5.0). There is a 10-button control panel on top of the speaker giving you full access to controlling your music without touching your phone. There is even a BassUp button to give you a little bass boost when you’re going into full party mode.

The Soundcore Rave Mini is one of Anker’s best sounding speakers to date. The bass is nice and chunky albeit a little looser than premium speakers. Mid-range and treble is on average with medium priced Bluetooth speakers.


If you’re looking for a budget party speaker, the Soundcore Rave Mini is definitely one to check out. It’s still going to run you about $150 but when you compare this to the JBL or Awia and consider the ton of features you get, the Soundcore Rave Mini is well worth the price.

5. AOMAIS GO Portable Bluetooth Speaker

AOMAIS GO Portable Bluetooth Speaker

13.5″ x 7.5″ x 3.8″
4.19 lbs
30W – 2 x 15W

If you’re on a tight budget but still the loudest Bluetooth speaker your money can buy, then you’ll want to have a look at the AOMAIS GO Portable Bluetooth Speaker. The AOMAIS GO is designed to be carried like a briefcase making it the perfect speaker to take… well, on the GO.

The speaker comes with an IPX7 waterproof rating which means it can be submerged to a depth of 1m for up to 30 minutes. In addition, the built-in battery offers up to 30 hours of playing time which means you can take the AOMAIS GO on extended trips, camping, tailgating and more. There is also a USB power bank for charging mobile devices.

The AOMAIS GO features two 15W full-range drivers coupled to two bass radiators delivering up to 30W of sound. More than enough to fill most small to medium-sized rooms, for music around the pool or BBQ.

You have the option of ⅛-inch AUX or Bluetooth as audio inputs. The speaker also features a 4-button onboard control panel.


If you’re looking for the loudest Bluetooth speaker under 100 dollars, then the AOMAIS GO is definitely worth checking out. The AOMAIS GO offers simple features with big sound to keep the party going no matter where you are.



6.0″ x 4.4″ x 9.9″
3.88 lbs

For many, this will be your first introduction to VAVA speakers. The company produces some awesome audio products cool aesthetics with decent sound quality at an affordable price. The VAVA VOOM 22 stands 9 inches high and weighs just 10lbs. While the speaker is small and portable, I think it’s just too beautiful to take on the go. It’s a great portable Bluetooth speaker for using around the house but definitely doesn’t have the same durable features you find on the JBL Xtreme or AOMAIS GO.

Sound features design

The VOOM 22 features a 3½-inch woofer with a ¾-inch tweeter producing a total of 60W of sound! That’s more than most soundbars on the market at the moment. The VOOM 22 allows you to adjust EQ so you can tune the sound to your exact specifications. You can also pair two VOOM 22 speakers together for double the sound. At 120W, you’ll have a seriously loud Bluetooth speaker system.

The speaker allows for ⅛-inch AUX and Bluetooth for audio inputs. There is also an 8-button onboard control panel so you can have full control over sound and functionality.


If you’re all about the aesthetics, then you’ll love the trendy VOOM 22. The speaker offers minimal design features which means it’ll blend in with the surrounding decor. At just $125, the VOOM 22 offers great value for the money.

Petite Yet Powerful:

1. Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth Speaker II

Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth Speaker II

7.1″ x 2.3″ x 2.0″
1.47 lbs

If you’re looking for something small but loud, you’ll want to check out one of the finest compact portable Bluetooth speakers on the market, the Bose SoundLink Mini II. This awesome little speaker is compact enough to fit inside a backpack or even a ladies handbag. The SoundLink Mini II features a 10-hour battery life which is more than enough for a full day of music on the go.

The speaker is framed by a solid aluminum cover with a sturdy grille on the front. This offers durability but also gives the SoundLink Mini II a premium look and feel.  Bose doesn’t specify the power output of the SoundLink Mini II, however, we can confirm it’s seriously loud for its size. The speaker also delivers a surprisingly warm bass response which is great for all genres of music.

You have the option of Bluetooth or ⅛-inch AUX for audio inputs. There’s a 5-button control panel on top of the SoundLink Mini II which allows you to switch inputs, play/pause, adjust volume, pair Bluetooth devices, and manage incoming calls for the built-in speakerphone.


Bose is renowned for the quality in both sound and aesthetics and the SoundLink Mini II is no different. This small Bluetooth speaker is well built and packs a serious punch for its size. If you’re looking for a compact premium Bluetooth speaker there aren’t many speakers in the SoundLink Mini II’s class.

2. JBL Xtreme Portable Bluetooth Speaker

JBL Xtreme Portable Bluetooth Speaker

12.5″ x 8.0″ x 7.5″
6.61 lbs

JBL is a firm favorite in the portable speaker market with a product for just about every application. The JBL Xtreme Portable Bluetooth Speaker was released a few years ago but continues to sell really well. At 8 inches long and weighing just 4.65 lbs, the Xtreme is portable enough to throw in a large backpack to take on any adventures. There are also two hooks which allow you to attach a shoulder strap for music on-the-go. The speaker is splashproof offering some defense from the odd pool party.

The Xtreme features 2 x 2 ½-inch full-range drivers coupled to a bass radiator either end delivering up to 40W of sound. As to be expected from JBL, the Xtreme is rock solid when it comes to sound quality. The speaker is surprisingly warm and bassy for such a small speaker with a clear and upfront mid-range. The highs are crisp giving the Xtreme a fun sound profile. The Xtreme is easily one of the loudest portable Bluetooth speakers on the market today.

The Xtreme offers a ⅛-inch AUX input and Bluetooth version 4.1 for wireless connectivity. There is a 6-button control panel on top of the Xtreme allowing you some control over your audio. One of these 6 buttons is for JBL connect which enables you to connect multiple JBL speakers.


If you’re a JBL fan, then you’ll love the Xtreme. The speaker offers premium features and the incredible JBL sound we know and love. The Xtreme is currently available on Amazon for a little over $160, that’s 50% cheaper than its original price of $299! If you’re looking for a Bluetooth speaker for use at home, around the pool and perhaps even on the odd trip, then the Xtreme will be an excellent choice.

3. Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM

Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM

3.3″ x 3.3″ x 8.9″
1.3 lbs

When it comes to portable Bluetooth speakers, Ultimate Ears is almost always in the top five at least. The UE MEGABOOM is similar in size and weight to the JBL Xtreme. Where the MEGABOOM has an edge over the Xtreme is with its IPX7 waterproof rating. The Xtreme is merely splashproof. Furthermore, the MEGABOOM offers a 20-hour battery life versus the Xtreme’s 15 hours.

The MEGABOOM features 2 x 2” full-range drivers paired with 2 x 2” passive bass radiators for improved low-end performance. The speakers are located on opposite sides which allows the MEGABOOM to deliver 360° of sound. The MEGABOOM is seriously loud, easily one of the loudest waterproof Bluetooth speakers around. You can also add up to 50 MEGABOOM speakers together to great a giant Bluetooth speaker sound system for even more room-filling audio.

You have ⅛-inch AUX and Bluetooth (with NFC) available for audio inputs. There are just two buttons to control your music which are the large UE signature volume up (+) and volume down (-).


The UE MEGABOOM is easily one of the more trendy looking Bluetooth speakers on the market. Not only does it look cool, but the MEGABOOM delivers in terms of audio and sound quality. The speaker is available in several colors so you can choose a style to suit your party vibe.

4. Riva Audio TURBO X Wireless Bluetooth Speaker

Riva Audio TURBO X Wireless Bluetooth Speaker

9.1″ x 4.1″ x 3.5″
3 lbs

If you’re looking for the loudest Bluetooth speaker under 100 dollars, then look no further than the RIVA TURBO X. This awesome speaker offers beautiful styling and aesthetics with exceptional sound. There really isn’t a speaker that comes close at this price point.

The TURBO X features 3 x 2.3” full-range speaker drivers coupled to four passive bass radiators. The speaker kicks out an impressive 45W which is crazy given the TURBO X’s compact size. The bass is big and punchy while the mids offer good clarity. The treble is surprisingly detailed for a speaker this size. Overall, the TURBO X is a fun Bluetooth speaker to listen to, especially for urban and dance music genres.

The TURBO X offers Bluetooth for wireless and ⅛-inch AUX for cable inputs. There is a USB port but this is for charging mobile devices off the 26-hour built-in battery. The TURBO X has an adjustable EQ and even offers a PHONO MODE for when you connect a turntable via the ⅛-inch AUX input.


Riva Audio is relatively new to the market but have already released several incredible Bluetooth speakers. Their focus is on a premium build and sound which they have successfully achieved with the TURBO X.

5. DOSS Touch Bluetooth Speaker

DOSS Touch Bluetooth Speaker

6.6″ x 2.9″ x 2.7″
1.65 lbs

If you’re looking for the loudest bluetooth speaker at the most affordable price, then it has to be the DOSS Touch Bluetooth Speaker. At under $30, there isn’t a better portable Bluetooth speaker on the market. This incredible speaker offers many of the features you’ll find in premium models like 12-hour built-in battery and speakerphone.

The DOSS Touch delivers just 12W of sound, however, it’s surprisingly loud for its size. You can easily fill a small room which is great for dorms, home offices, the bedroom or kitchen.

The speaker gets its name from the 5-button capacitive touch control panel which includes play/pause/call management, skip left and right, volume control, and input selection. Inputs include micro SD, ⅛-inch AUX, and Bluetooth.


If you’re looking for a cheap Bluetooth speaker that still has a premium sound and finish, then the DOSS Touch is one to consider. The Touch comes in at the same price point as the Anker Soundcore and both speakers have a similar sound profile. The Touch is slightly louder while the Anker Soundcore offers better durability.

6. Anker Soundcore 2 Bluetooth Speaker

Anker Soundcore Bluetooth Speaker

6.5″ x 2.2″ x 1.8″
0.79 lbs


A longtime favorite at the budget end of Bluetooth speakers is the Anker Soundcore 2 Bluetooth Speaker. The Anker Soundcore 2 features a 24-hour built-in battery and speakerphone which competes with many of the premium speakers on this list.

The Anker Soundcore 2 delivers a total of 12W of power from two compact 6W speaker drivers. While this might not be as loud as many of the speakers on our list, it’s still impressive for a speaker of this size and price point. The Soundcore 2 delivers a decent amount of low-end, however, I wouldn’t call it a bass speaker by any means. The mid-range and treble response is good, surprisingly good for the price. There isn’t much break-up and distortion on the Soundcore 2, which is impressive for this little speaker.

You have the option of cable or wireless with a ⅛-inch input and Bluetooth version 5.0. On top of the Soundcore 2 is a 5-button control for power, play/pause, volume up & down, and Bluetooth pairing.


If you’re not too concerned with audio quality and are simply looking for a budget Bluetooth speaker which can still pump some volume, then there is nothing that beats the Anker Soundcore 2.

Buyer’s Guide

Still not sure which of these awesome speakers is for you? Not to worry, take a glance through this quick buyer’s guide to help narrow down your decision.

Loudest Bluetooth Speaker in Order of Power

Soundboks 2122db
Naim Mu-So Reference Wireless Music System450W
Aiwa Exos-9 Portable Bluetooth Speaker200W
Anker Soundcore Rave Mini80W
Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth Speaker II50W
Riva Audio TURBO X Wireless Bluetooth Speaker45W
JBL Xtreme Portable Bluetooth Speaker40W
Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM36W
AOMAIS GO Portable Bluetooth Speaker30W
DOSS Touch Bluetooth Speaker12W
Anker Soundcore 2 Bluetooth Speaker12W

Loudest Bluetooth Speaker in Order of Price

Under $50DOSS Touch
Anker Soundcore 2
Under $100AOMAIS GO
Under $200Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM
Bose Soundlink Mini
Anker Soundcore Rave Mini
Under $500JBL Xtreme
Aiwa Exos-9
Under $1000Soundboks 2
Naim Mu-So

Loudest Portable Bluetooth Speaker

If portability is what you’re after, then the best speaker with a built-in battery is the Soundboks 2 Portable Bluetooth Speaker which delivers a whopping 122db of sound

Loudest Non-Portable Bluetooth Speaker

If you’re looking for a loud Bluetooth speaker for the home, then there is no better option than the Naim Mu-So Reference Wireless Music System

Matt Hallowes

Matt Hallowes

Matt has worked as a sound engineer and tour manager since 2003. His work as a sound engineer includes both live production and venue installations. With a passion for the industry, Matt shares his knowledge and expertise with us.

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