The 9 Best Party Speakers

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Elevate your parties to the next level by adding a reliable speaker to your audio arsenal. You want to leave your guests with lifelong memories, not a headache caused by excessive distortion. Whether you’re looking to pump up the jams in the summer sun or throw a raging house party that tests your neighbor’s patience, you’ve got to have the right tool for the job. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to speakers, so we’re here to help.

We’ll be looking at the most impressive party speakers for this year and helping you pick which will be best for how you listen to music and the types of parties you throw. If you don’t find what you’re looking for by the end of the article, leave us a comment, and we’ll personally assist you in finding the best speaker for your needs.

Every party is different.
Which best describes yours?

Epic Ragers (Bass, Lights & Loads of Volume)

Our Top Pick: JBL PartyBox 710
Runner Up: JBL PartyBox 310
Budget Choice: Soundcore Rave Party 2

Fun In The Sun (Waterproof, Dispersion & Portability)

Our Top Pick: Sounboks 4
Runner Up: Turtlebox 2
Budget Choice: Soundcore Motion Boom Plus

Chilled Vibes (Classy, Versatile & Easy to Use)

Our Top Pick: JBL Boombox 3
Runner Up: Marshall Woburn III
Budget Choice: Ultimate Ears Megaboom 3

Picture it. The sun is setting, the vibes are good, and your buddies are about to pull through for an evening of drinks and dancing, or perhaps you’re a college student trying to leave a lasting impression on your classmates. Throwing a party shouldn’t be daunting, and ensuring your music is on point is just one less thing to worry about. A good party speaker will last you for years and has the potential to be the catalyst for lasting memories for both you and your guests.

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Best Party Speakers For Throwing Ragers

At the heart of every unforgettable party lies one essential element: a booming speaker. An architect of the atmosphere, the speaker drives the pulsating rhythm that makes us want to dance. Our bodies rattle with the deep bass reverberating across the room as we let go of our social apprehensions and become one with the moment.

These party speakers represent some of the loudest, bassiest, and most beautiful options on the market. With vibrant lighting effects, pairing capabilities, and mobile app support – these speakers will get your guests on the dance floor, living in the moment and absorbing the essence of the party atmosphere.

Best Overall: JBL Partybox 710

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Power Output:800W
Waterproofing:IPX4
Battery Life:AC-Only
Inputs:Mic, Mic/Guitar, Aux
Outputs:USB-A
Weight:52 lbs
Dimensions:39 x 16.9 x 16.7″

Rattle some organs with the deep bass of the PartyBox 710 from JBL. This powerful (800W) Bluetooth speaker is the epitome of a party starter, with loads of volume, deep bass, and versatile connectivity. In addition to its lively sound, the PartyBox 710 is also vibrant, with multiple lighting effects that cover much of the front panel. Additional lighting on the speaker’s top, bottom, and sides adds to your party atmosphere.

If you want to take your party to the next level and cover more area than one speaker can manage, the 710 can be paired with an additional PartyBox 710 using TWS (True Wireless Stereo) or daisy chained. Easily transport the 710 across your home using the durable built-in wheels.

Forget about the stresses of monitoring battery life as it doesn’t have a battery; instead, it requires an AC power input. Consider the implications of a power source requirement, as it limits the usability of the speaker in some locations. After a few drinks, you and your guests can always flex your musical skills using the built-in mic and guitar inputs.

The bass remains the PartyBox 710’s most discussed feature online, sounding powerful straight out of the gate. However, there’s an additional bass boost toggle for those wanting maximum thump. Control the sound of your 710 according to the tunes you’re playing, no matter where in the room you are, by using the JBL PartyBox App.

How It Compares

The PartyBox 710 is similar to the 310 but requires AC power and has distinctly more low-end bass. If you’re one of the few who still finds that the PartyBox 710 isn’t powerful enough for you, JBL’s PartyBox Ultimate may be what you’re looking for. The ultimate packs the same powerful sound as the 710 but includes modern home audio integration support. If the lack of battery is a deal-breaker, consider JBL’s PartyBox 310.

Pros

  • Incredibly loud and immersive sound capable of filling any room or outdoor region.
  • Exciting lighting patterns at the click of a button.
  • Karaoke features.
  • Adjustable equalization and Bass Boost.

Cons

  • It can’t be taken around too easily due to its enormous size and weight.

Runner Up: JBL PartyBox 310

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Power Output:240W
Waterproofing:IPX4
Battery Life:Up to 18 hours
Inputs:Mic, Mic/Guitar, Aux
Outputs:USB-A
Weight:38.4 lbs
Dimensions:27.1 x 12.6 x 12.8″

The PartyBox 310 marries portability with power, boasting a 240W output that can cover a large room of up to 150 people. Because it has a Lithium battery that can last up to 18 hours, the 310 is suitable for indoors and outdoors, with built-in wheels and a telescopic handle that lets you quickly move it into your backyard. This portable powerhouse has the same connectivity as the PartyBox 710, with microphone and guitar inputs.

The 310 is no slouch when it comes to sound quality, and while not as powerful or deep as the 710, it still provides a punchy thump that can keep any party bouncing. Upper frequencies sound good, with clarity and reasonable separation. While the 710 still comes out slightly ahead of the 310 in this regard, when the music’s pumping and the guests are in the groove, these small nuances in sound variation aren’t likely to be noticed.

Take full control of the PartyBox 310 using JBL’s PartyBox app, allowing you to adjust lighting, EQ, and more from anywhere in the room. You don’t need to fret if a guest accidentally spills a drink, as the 310 is IPX4 water resistant, protecting it from splashes and sprays.

How It Compares

The 310 puts portability first, and if you’re planning on using your speaker outside of your home, it’s essential to have a built-in battery. The 310 has an advantage over the PartyBox 710 (an AC-only speaker). However, the 710 is better if you’re uncompromising in bass presence and overall sound quality. For around the same price, you can also consider the Sony SRS-XP700 X-Series, another competent party speaker with more powerful bass, but you’ll be sacrificing some overall audio quality with the 310 having better frequency response.

Pros

  • Built-in battery providing 18 hours of playtime
  • It provides impressive volume for its size
  • Deep bass

Cons

  • Less impressive lighting than the PartyBox 710
  • Limited party chaining (2 speakers)

Budget Choice: Soundcore Rave Party 2

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Power Output:120W
Waterproofing:IPX4
Battery Life:Up to 16 hours
Inputs:Mic, Aux
Outputs:USB-A
Weight:13.37 lbs
Dimensions:18.25 x 9.63 x 9″

Throwing a massive house party on a budget is tough, but if you’ve got 50 or fewer guests – the Rave Party 2 from Soundcore allows you to ignite the dance floor without burning a hole in your pocket. While not as large or loud as the PartyBox 310, the Rave Party 2 can produce 120W output and be seamlessly paired with other Rave Party 2s using the Partycast 2.0 feature.

While the JBL PartyBox 310 and 710 aim towards the most dedicated party animals, the Soundcore Rave Party 2 is best suited for smaller-scale get-togethers that don’t involve the whole neighborhood. It is ideal for kids’ parties, where the Rave Party 2 will bring the same vibrant excitement as larger speakers. Pair it up with a smoke machine or strobe light, and they’ll have the time of their lives. IPX4 water resistance also adds peace of mind and lets you place it by the poolside for pool parties!

Speakers of this caliber tend to suffer from trying to do too much with too little. Manufacturers will add gain that makes the speaker louder but at the cost of clarity, resulting in a muddy sound. That’s not the case with the Rave Party 2, which provides a solid low-end thump without distorting the mids. Wanting to dial up the bass? No problem. The BassUp feature toggles additional low-end for when the EDM bangers are on.

How It Compares

One has to compare apples with apples here, and the Rave Party 2 isn’t in the same league as JBL’s PartyBox series. However, it takes the crown compared to party speakers of a similar price range. W-KING’s 80W party speaker has a similar price tag and the benefit of wireless stereo pairing, so if you’re looking to pair multiple budget speakers together for stereo sound, look at the W-KING too.

Pros

  • Very Portable
  • Plenty of RGB
  • Huge pairing ability
  • Value for money

Cons

  • Not IPX7
  • Battery life could be a little better
  • Limited deep low-end

A Buyer’s Guide To Big Party Speakers

A powerful party requires a powerful speaker, and the type used to host raging house parties differs from traditional portable Bluetooth speakers. Your goal with this type of event is to get your guests dancing and to do that, you need a powerful bass rhythm that can inspire them to put aside their coyness and go with the flow.

In addition to a bass that makes you want to move, having bright lighting effects can help immerse guests into the party environment and make it more likely for them to join in the fun.

Consider how many guests you need to entertain and how much area your party is going to cover. For a single floor, you can get away with using a single powerful speaker or two speakers in TWS for better coverage. In contrast, if your party takes place in multiple rooms or on different floors, you’d be best off using a party pairing feature like daisy chaining to increase your coverage.

Waterproofing isn’t essential, but having an IPX4 or higher protection will allow you to enjoy the party without worrying about drinks spilling on your speaker.

Consider battery life, as a dead battery in the middle of your event will kill a party faster than the police. Additionally, having a mobile app lets you adjust the sound while still engaging with your guests.

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Best Speakers For Outdoor Parties

The sun is shining, the smell of freshly cut grass is carried through the summer air, and your friends and family are over for a gathering. All you need to complete the mood is a speaker that can elevate the atmosphere. Whether hanging out around the barbeque or having a pool party, an outdoor party speaker is a valuable investment that can be used at home or in the general outdoors. If you’re fortunate enough to make frequent trips to the beach or lake, these party speakers can be used there, too.

These speakers have improved durability with comprehensive waterproofing, and they are also easily portable so that no matter where in the outdoors you’re looking to get a party going, they can accommodate you.

Best Overall: Soundbox 4

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Power Output:216W
Waterproofing:IP65
Battery Life:Up to 40 hours
Inputs:2 × Combo (XLR, 1/4”), Aux
Outputs:Aux
Weight:47 lbs
Dimensions:25.6 x 17 x 13″

Raw, uncompromising power. That’s the best way to describe this speaker. With 126dB SPL, the Soundboks 4 is touted as the loudest portable Bluetooth speaker in the world. What it lacks in flashy lights, it compensates for its ability to produce powerful bass and distortion-free sound that will reverberate through your neighborhood. Despite having an iconic volume control that goes to 11, most users barely push her past the 75% range due to its ear-melting volume potential.

If you’re wondering how this beast can roar the way it does, it lies primarily in the driver’s design. The Soundboks 4 has two 10″ woofers paired with a 1″ tweeter, which helps orchestrate this speaker’s overwhelming volume. It’s this power that makes the Soundboks ideal for demanding outdoor parties with lots of guests. Just a single Soundboks in your backyard is likely to cover every corner of your yard, but if you’re feeling courageous, it can be paired with up to 5 other Soundboks speakers.

Rain, splashes, sprays – the Soundboks 4 is protected against all of them with an IP65 rating. Keep your jams going in the Spring sun or during an early summer thunderstorm with the Soundboks 4. At lower volume levels, the Soundboks 4 can last up to 40 hours, or 5 hours at maximum volume, which is rarely ever necessary.

Not a small speaker, it pushes the limits on portability – but big outdoor parties require big outdoor speakers. You don’t want to use this as a casual pool party with your kids’ friends.

How It Compares

The Soundboks 4 is a new release with many of the great traits we saw with the Soundboks 3, but it has improved design and sound quality, with smoother, more accurate midrange and treble being especially noticeable. Otherwise, the Soundboks Go is another great alternative if you enjoy the rugged, stripped-back design of the Soundboks but want something more affordable and portable.

Pros

  • Incredibly loud, great bass
  • Impressive battery life
  • Rugged design

Cons

  • Not easily transportable
  • No lighting effects

Runner Up: Turtlebox 2

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Power Output:85W
Waterproofing:IP67
Battery Life:Up to 25 hours
Inputs:Aux, Mic
Outputs:USB-C
Weight:10 lbs
Dimensions:8.75 x 12 x 7″

Originally starting as Kickstarter campaign, the Turtlebox is a powerful yet highly portable speaker that can adopt your outdoor lifestyle and be a trustworthy companion for all your adventures. Whether used by the pool or strapped to the back of a dune buggy and carried across the wilderness, the Turtlebox has your back.

Its stripped-back style and lightweight speak to a practical approach to outdoor speakers, separating it from competitors. You can throw water or mud at the Turtlebox 2, and it’s coming out unscathed. This is partly thanks to its IP67-rated design that can keep it safe in all kinds of weather conditions and protects it from dust intrusion.

Producing 120dB of volume isn’t easy, but Turtlebox has achieved it using a single 6×9″ driver. The fact that all frequencies emanate from this single driver has implications for audio quality and lacks the nuance of Soundbox 4; the bass is more punchy than thumpy, and it is warmer sounding rather than bright. Still, at a fraction of the weight, the Turtlebox is a different speaker intended for situations where you need more portability than the Soundboks can provide.

For true stereo sound, you can pair two Turtleboxes together using TWS pairing. Doing so improves the soundstage, improving sound separation and allowing you to cover a broader area simultaneously. The Turtlebox can last up to 25 hours at moderate volume levels, but you’ll get about 6 hours of playtime when cranked up to full power.

How It Compares

The Turtlebox 2 competes with the Soundboks Go for this position, and both speakers are viable options. Both speakers offer similar volumes, but the Soundboks Go is about twice as heavy. The Turtlebox also has the edge on durability, with the Soundboks Go sporting an IP65 rating compared to the Turtlebox, which can be submerged in water for a limited period. The Soundboks Go has the benefit of having an adjustable EQ and better battery life (up to 40 hours).

Pros

  • Very loud for its size
  • IP67 waterproof & dustproof 
  • Easily portable

Cons

  • Relatively short battery life when volume is full
  • Lack of brightness may deter some

Budget Choice: Soundcore Motion Boom Plus

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Power Output:80W
Waterproofing:IP67
Battery Life:Up to 20 hours
Inputs:Aux
Outputs:USB-A
Weight:5.03 lbs
Dimensions:5.51 x 15.31 x 7.7″

Embrace the budget-friendly route without sacrificing quality with the Soundcore Motion Boom Plus. The Motion Boom Plus is regularly available for around $150 and brings a lot to the table, with full app support, an IP67 rating, and improved sound quality over the first Motion Boom.

Because the Motion Boom Plus uses Bluetooth 5.3, it retains connection at greater distances and offers low-latency listening. Additionally, it allows you to use multi-device pairing to connect the speaker with up to 2 Bluetooth sources. While voice assistant support exists, performance in this area is lacking. The Motion Boom Plus does a better job as an outdoor speaker for small to medium-sized gatherings of family or friends.

This is a lightweight speaker for its size, weighing just 5.6 lbs. This light build makes it ideal for use outdoors, and it is a popular choice for portable garden speakers and outdoor adventures outside of the garden. Forget about the frustrations of figuring out new tech, as the Motion Boom Plus has intuitive controls and full mobile app support.

Like many outdoor speakers, the Soundcore Motion Boom is not a bright-sounding speaker, with a recessed midrange that can cause these frequencies to fall back in the mix. The bass is not particularly powerful in its default EQ, but it can be adjusted or boosted using the Bass Up feature if you want to put the Boom in Motion Boom.

How It Compares

The Tribit StormBox Blast is similar to the Motion Boom Plus but has better sound quality with a more balanced frequency response. It is noticeably brighter than the Motion Boom Plus and serves as a viable alternative for those who prefer that sound profile. Additionally, the StormBox Blast has better battery life. The Motion Boom Plus holds the upper hand in dynamics and app control.

Pros

  • Great value for money
  • IP67 waterproof & dustproof 
  • Versatile app support

Cons

  • Modest battery life
  • Lack of brightness may deter some

A Buyer’s Guide To Outdoor Party Speakers

A good outdoor party speaker doesn’t necessarily need all the flashy features of those used to host lively indoor parties. They should sound great, but lighting becomes less critical than weather resistance for these parties. Because pool parties are some of the most popular outdoor events to host, consider speakers that won’t stop working if they get some water splashes on them.

A wider sound dispersion benefits outdoor parties as it can cover more area. Similarly, we chose the Soundboks 4 as our top pick and the Turtlebox 2 as our runner-up because they have outstanding volume potential. Indoors, sound reverberates off walls, making speakers sound louder than outdoors. If you’re looking to throw a big outdoor party, ensure you have the volume levels required to cover your outdoor area.

Battery life is essential for an outdoor speaker, and while AC-only options can be used, worrying about extension chords is a hassle that is easier to avoid.

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Best Speakers For Casual Parties

Not every party needs to be a rager that has music blasting so loud you can’t communicate with your friends. Sometimes, a chilled, toned-down gathering is in order, where you can hang out with mates and enjoy the vibes. One of the strengths music has is its ability to bring us together. These speakers let us embrace our shared love for the music while also letting us connect verbally.

These speakers are loud enough to cover most rooms but don’t emphasize a heavy bass boost feature or fancy lighting effects. Their approach is toned down, focusing more on a more balanced sound, clarity, and ease of use.

Best Overall: JBL Boombox 3

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Power Output:180W
Waterproofing:IP67
Battery Life:Up to 24 hours
Inputs:Aux
Outputs:USB-A
Weight:14.7 lbs
Dimensions:10.1 x 19 x 7.9″

The Boombox 3 is renowned for its do-it-all approach and could have been placed in any three of our party categories. It doesn’t have a particularly deep bass but still provides a punch in the upper bass. Available in both a sleek and subtle black or a more adventurous camo design, the choice is yours.

It has marked improvements over the first and second generations of the Boombox series, providing a more balanced and consistent sound. The improvements in dynamics also reduce the amount of high-volume distortion compared to the Boombox 2. However, the Boombox 2 is a little louder at maximum volume.

With the pristine clarity and detail of the Boombox 3, it serves exceptionally well as a speaker for toned-down parties that don’t need flashy lights or monstrous bass. Because it uses the JBL Portable app, one can also tailor its sound to the situation using the built-in EQ. It has the latest in Bluetooth technology, providing support for Bluetooth 5.3 while also retaining a stable connection over a large distance.

Despite how well this speaker lends itself to relaxed social gatherings, it has much more to offer. Not only does it have an IP67 water-resistance rating, but it even floats! The Boombox 3 is a speaker that does it all. Whether you’re using it in the background while you play board games with your friends or family or use it courtside to provide tunes while hooping, it excels in its capabilities.

How It Compares

The Boombox 3 is a better speaker than the Boombox 2, with a better sound profile and longer battery life. Compared to Sony’s SRS-XB43, the two speakers provide similar maximum volume. Still, the XB43 falls behind the Boombox 3 in terms of sound primarily due to the XB43’s unbalanced frequency response, which leaves the high frequencies sounding recessed and dull.

Pros

  • Excellent dynamics
  • IP67 waterproof & dustproof 
  • Floats in water
  • Long-lasting battery

Cons

  • It doesn’t get as loud as similar-sized speakers
  • It can take close to 5 hours to fully charge

Runner Up: Marshall Woburn III

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Power Output:150W
Waterproofing:None
Battery Life:AC-Only
Inputs:Aux, HDMI (Arc)
Outputs:RCA
Weight:16.4 lbs
Dimensions:8 x 15.8 x 12.5″

Marshall is best known for their amplifiers, and the Woburn III retains its classic vintage amp aesthetic in the form of a powerful, refined, and elegant Bluetooth speaker. It is ideal for mature music lovers who prefer a toned-down environment like a vinyl-listening party. The Woburn III is outstanding if you’re after a speaker that ties in with a clean room design and speaks to sophistication.

While similar in weight to the Boombox 3 from JBL at 15.7 lbs, portability is not a strength of the Woburn III, owing primarily to the requirement of AC power. This isn’t a battery-powered speaker. It also lacks any weather resistance, making it susceptible to damage outdoors. Instead, the Woburn III is a classic home speaker that adds Bluetooth connectivity. What it lacks in durability and versatility, it makes up for with its unique control dials that are intuitive and feel great to use; you may even forget you’re using a speaker and not an amp. The addition of RCA and HDMI-Arc outputs reinforces that this is a home speaker, first and foremost.

Despite its classic vintage appearance, the Woburn III has a rambunctious sound that creates a punchy upper bass with bright treble. It has a V-shaped sound (elevated bass and treble), which isn’t what one would expect from a Marshall, but it works well to create a detailed-sounding speaker with lots of life. The low-latency Bluetooth also ensures that latency isn’t a problem.

How It Compares

The Woburn III has an improved soundstage over the Woburn II, but similar to the comparison between the Boombox 2 and 3, Marshall opted to reduce volume potential in exchange for its improved sound, removing close to 10dB of volume between the two models. The Woburn II was noticeably louder than the Woburn III, so if more volume is important to you – considering the Woburn II may make sense.

Pros

  • Excellent dynamics
  • IP67 waterproof & dustproof 
  • Floats in water
  • Long-lasting battery

Cons

  • It doesn’t get as loud as similar-sized speakers
  • It can take close to 5 hours to fully charge

Budget Choice: Ultimate Ears Megaboom 3

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Power Output:90W
Waterproofing:IP67
Battery Life:Up to 18 hours
Inputs:Aux
Outputs:None
Weight:1.8 lbs
Dimensions:7.25 x 2.9 x 2.9

Ultimate Ears has become one of the most popular Bluetooth speaker manufacturers in recent years, primarily for its balanced approach to affordability and quality. The Megaboom 3 is among the most popular of their speakers, owing to its vibrant sound and relatively affordable cost.

The Megaboom 3 strays from the balanced sound we recommend for toned-down parties, but there’s a reason. The soundstage is excellent, with wide dispersion; the dynamics allow for high-volume playback without much quality degradation, and the battery life is also outstanding. If you find it a bit too boomy, Ultimate Ears’ mobile app lets you adjust the sound to your liking via preset and graphic EQ, ensuring it fits the mood.

Imagine you and your friends playing games at a table, and you have a single speaker at the center. Most Bluetooth speakers of this size have mediocre soundstages, and one side of the table may hear the speaker’s full potential while the other side is void of direct sound. The Megaboom 3’s 360-degree sound ensures the music is spread evenly across a wider area, providing better quality sound to everyone at the table.

Don’t be surprised when the Megaboom 3 quickly becomes your daily driver. The IP67 rating protects it from the outdoor elements, and even if you accidentally knock it in the pool, it will survive (up to 30 minutes in under a meter of water). Additionally, its small size means it’s easily portable, while the built-in battery gives an impressive 18 hours of playtime.

How It Compares

The Megaboom 3 can be compared with JBL’s Flip 6, their flagship portable Bluetooth speaker. Both speakers are of similar size and cost, yet noteworthy differences exist between them. The Flip 6 has a more balanced sound but lacks the incredible soundstage and dynamic performance of the Megaboom 3. In addition, the Megaboom 3 gives you close to three times the battery life as the Flip 6.

Pros

  • 360-Degree sound dispersion
  • IP67 waterproof & dustproof 
  • Outstanding battery life

Cons

  • Boomy bass may be polarizing

A Buyer’s Guide To Casual Party Speakers

Because casual parties are less demanding, there is more subjectivity in what can be considered the best. Because lighting effects aren’t as significant, these party speakers may look cleaner and more mature in their aesthetic.

Bass is a vital feature for any good speaker, but unlike the large party speakers listed at the beginning of this article, a deep bass that sends vibrations to your core isn’t what you’d want. Instead, speakers should have consistent frequency response and sound amazing at low volume levels.

Volume potential becomes less critical, but I’d recommend nothing short of 90dB SPL. An SPL of around 100dB gives you more versatility but may cost more money for a trait you don’t regularly utilize. Smaller speakers at the center of a shared table also benefit from a wide sound dispersion.

Because these types of relaxed, mature parties tend to take place indoors – one doesn’t need to be as pedantic about battery life either, and speakers that require an AC outlet will still be viable for many users.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many party speakers can I connect to each other?

In TWS, the answer is two – assuming your speaker supports it. For wireless party pairing and daisy chaining, the amount differs between each model. Keep in mind that speakers may only be able to pair with similar or even the same models.

How do I use TWS?

TWS is a feature offered by some party speakers. Most speakers with TWS use either a physical TWS pairing button or a mobile app to begin the pairing process. The easiest way to know how to pair your speaker in TWS is to check your manual. Remember that TWS pairing needs to be supported between both speaker models, as you can typically only TWS pair speakers of the same model.

What is daisy chaining?

Daisy chaining is a common method of attaching more than one speaker to each other to increase the range of coverage. For instance, if you have a large hall and one speaker cannot cover it all, you can use daisy chaining to pair several (the exact amount differs between manufacturers) to play the same sound.

Why is bass important in a party speaker?

Bass is a vital element of any party speaker because of its influence on how it moves us to dance. It drives the rhythm, and that’s essential.

How much volume do I need from a party speaker?

Volume requirements change depending on the room design, the number of people, and how well the speaker disperses sound. For casual listening parties, aim for between 90 and 100dB; for outdoor parties, 90 to 120dB is ideal; for indoor ragers, you want 100dB or louder.

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Author: Bryn De Kocks

Bryn has worked in the field for several years, writing in-depth speaker reviews for various audio publications. His work has historically focused on headphones and Bluetooth speakers, while incorporating his understanding of the Bluetooth speaker market to help educate potential buyers.

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