The festive season has arrived in the country, and this also marks the beginning of the wedding season. We've always been loud party makers, and no celebration is complete without speakers blaring Punjabi raps or Bollywood mainstreams. Why just the festivities? Even our house parties and outings are usually noisy.
In the mix of this, there's always that one person in the group who is responsible for getting the speakers.
Here, we've made a list of speakers, ranging from fixed to portable that will help you get the party started. We have skipped the very small ones, as the objective is to have loud and powerful speakers.1. JBL Boombox:
This is among the most powerful portable speakers you can get out there, and there is an actual limit to the loudness. Not only does it deliver amazing sound quality, but also looks like a beast, that is too easy to handle. To top it, these are splash-proof, hence outdoor usage will never be a worry.
Distortion is non-existent at higher volumes, it can deliver sufficient bass, and the mids and highs are properly balanced. All in all, you can play any genre and the speaker will flawlessly deliver.
It can deliver at least 20 hours of music playback on a single charge and has both, wired as well as Bluetooth connectivity options.
While the JBL looks very sleek and portable, it also comes with a heftier price tag. The Sony, on the other hand, delivers an equivalent performance but misses out on the top-notch design.
This one is almost a tower and is made for indoor usage. It has an in-built DJ effects adder, guitar input, karaoke input, and the latest connectivity options like AUX and Bluetooth.
It even sports a DVD player and can be seamlessly connected to your TV or monitor for movie playback. It weights almost 9kgs but lacks out on an in-built battery. One thing assured is, the speakers will make your living room a mini-club and the party won't stop anytime soon.
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This right here is a fixed set-up, not intended to be portable. But, when it comes to performance, it's best-in-class.
The tower has a 120W output with a digital sound processor. Connection options include optical input, Bluetooth, USB, and microSD card. The tower is built of a wooden cabinet that provides a perfect balance along with the silk dome tweeter.
There's a small display on the top for a quick view, a spare USB port to charge your devices simultaneously, a remote control that comes in the box.
Even this one lacks portability but makes up for it with the sound quality. It features built-in dual bass port design, 300W power output along with JBL's Surround Sound technology. The subwoofer is wirelessly connected, so you never have to worry about dangling wires.
The Subwoofer produces rich bass thanks to a 6.5" transducer. The bar can be connected to your TV, or mobile phone via Bluetooth.
Just like other trolley speakers, Aisen Trolley Speaker also comes with Castor Wheels for easy mobility and also gives you an option of connecting an electric guitar and a wireless microphone. It has an inbuilt rechargeable battery and two 10-inch and 6.5-inch speakers.
It has a direct control board for managing the bass and treble output and features multiple connection options like AUX, USB, and Bluetooth.