The Best Bluetooth Speakers for Bass

These speakers bring the bass


Bluetooth speakers are a dime a dozen these days, ranging from practically free to over $500. And while technology is advancing and speakers are getting smarter, the most important aspect of a speaker is, well, how it sounds. There are tons of speakers on the market that can interact with your smart home, but it’s hard to find an option that provides great sound and distortion-free bass. So if you’re in the market for a bass-heavy, quality Bluetooth speaker, keepreading.

JBL Boombox

JBL Boombox


If you have the money to spend and just want to be done with your search for a great sounding, bass-heavy Bluetooth speaker, you can stop here. The JBL Boombox is basically one of the most powerful Bluetooth speakers made today.

The JBL Boombox sports a massive, 20,000 mAh battery, allowing you to blast your tunes for a full 24 hours. You can even share some of its battery juice thanks to the dual ports to charge your other devices. The speaker isn’t afraid of water, either, thanks to its IPX7 rating, meaning it can fuel your pool parties without a worry.

With four active transducers and two bass radiators, the JBL Boombox is a monster of a Bluetooth speaker. It’s a bit on the pricey side, but it’s essentially unrivaled in the space.

Bose Soundlink Revolve+

Bose SoundLink Revolve+ 


Bose is responsible for some of the best sounding speakers made today, and the Soundlink Revolve+ embodies exactly that. The 360-degree speaker provides deep, crisp sound and thunderous bass for your next outing.

The water-resistant (IPx4) speaker can provide you with 16 hours of continuous playback, which is more than enough for most. You’ll also be able to pair the speaker with your smartphone to perform voice actions through your phone’s smart assistant (Siri or Google Assistant), take calls and more.

If you’re really trying to get the party started, you can pair two SoundLink Revolve+ speakers together for for epic stereo or party mode playback.

Sony XB72 High Power Home Audio System

Sony XB72 


If you’re looking for a Bluetooth speaker that you don’t mind being plugged to the wall, your options open up wildly. That said, we’ll spare you and point you in the direction of the Sony XB72. This monstrous speaker was made for parties and blasting bass.

The XB72 has an assortment of ports you can take advantage of, including ports to charge your smartphone or other external electronics and even a microphone port in case your get together turns into a full-on karaoke night. It even has built-in lights and a flashing strobe to get the party started.

If one XB72 wasn’t enough, you can connect multiple speakers together via Bluetooth for an event that won’t be forgotten by you or your neighbors.

OontZ Angle 3 Ultra XL

OontZ Angle 3XL Ultra


If you don’t mind scaling back on the size and power, and want something more than a little portable, the Oontz Angle 3 Ultra XL is the one to beat. For under $100, it’s hard to beat.

The Angle 3 XL Ultra brings a pair of 2.75” stereo drivers, two precision tweets, and three bass radiators packed into an ultra compact form factor. A single speaker should easily be able to fill a large room, but you can pair two of the speakers together for big sound outdoors as well.

Thanks to its IPX5 rating, it can accompany you to your next pool party and give you a total play time of 8 hours. While the battery life on this speaker isn’t anything to write home about, it’s hard to complain about, given the price of the speaker and the power that comes from it.