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The Best Portable Bluetooth Speakers At Every Price

And one very awesome amplifier.

When it comes to Bluetooth speakers, the name of the game is convenience, which every parent appreciates. They’re portable, and once you connect them to your phone the first time, your speakers will remember and automatically reconnect to deliver superior sound every time.

When you’re shopping for Bluetooth speakers, you want to look at whether they’re waterproof (for pool parties, of course), how long the charge holds, and whether it’s easily integrated with your smart home technology. Oh, and of course, make sure it looks good, too.

See more: Best Headphones For Your Kids 

So you already know you want to go Bluetooth, but the options out there can be deafening. We’ve narrowed down the myriad choices to seven of our favorites. No matter your preferred listening situation, aesthetic taste, or budget, there’s a speaker on this list that will free you from the tyranny of wires. Just don’t show your kids how to use it unless you want to hear “Baby Shark” for the umpteenth time.

Marshall may be known for its concert stage cabinets, but its for-home bluetooth speakers are more than just a novelty. Sure, the Emberton would fit right in a smoky club, but its 87-decibel stereo set of drivers really thumps in a living room. It's also waterproof and features a 20-hour battery life for backyard summertime fun.

This thing goes with us everywhere: to backyard hangs, on the edge of the shower, and even on vacation. Its massive battery holds a charge longer than we care to monitor (the company claims 20-plus hours, which seems conservative), connects via Bluetooth super fast, and absolutely thumps, albeit in a balanced way. Our favorite speaker, hands down, and still surprisingly affordable.

At the other end of the spectrum, pardon the pun, is the new Sonos Roam, a small speaker with outsize sound. It has up to 10 hours of play time, an IP67 waterproof rating, voice control, and lets you stream directly from your smartphone, tablet, or computer using Bluetooth. Best of all, it adapts to your surroundings, so music is never too overpowering or too bland.

You get 20 hours of playtime. Yes, 20. And by playtime, we mean serious, bass-filled, turbo-charged playtime. It's IP67 waterproof and dustproof, so it's virtually unbreakable. It has a built-in powerbank so you can charge your devices while you blast ... whatever it is that isn't Bubble Guppies. At just two pounds, can you tote this thing around from pool to yard to your house.

From its dual drivers and passive radiator, this speaker delivers insane bass. Thanks to its titanium drivers, it reproduces frequencies up to 40kHz. Oh, and it floats. Yup. It has 24 hours of playtime, and will withstand even the most rowdy family barbecue.

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