Top 10 Best Logitech speakers in 2017 – Complete Guide

Best Logitech speakers

Logitech is famous(and infamous) in the audio market for their affordable computer speakers. They have ruled this niche with an iron hold. Even the cynics treat them with grudging admiration for wrapping effective audio and sturdy design in a small budget. But Logitech is so much more than that. Along with their subsidiaries, the Ultimate Ears(UE) and Jaybird, Logitech covers a lot of ground in popular speakers, wired and wireless. While Logitech focuses on 2.1 and 5.1 computer speakers, UE focuses on Bluetooth speakers, custom IEMs and universal-fit earphones. Jaybird makes sports earphones. We went over all their product lists with a fine tooth comb to discover the best Logitech speakers. If you believe in Logitech’s legacy of quality, and you should, then this list will help you take the best pick amongst their speakers.

Are Logitech speakers any good?

There’s the perception that Logitech speakers are mass-produced at low prices so they are flimsy and don’t have much audio refinement. The Logitech UE speakers are completely ignored in this discussion. The facts are that Logitech computer speakers are not premium. But many of them surprisingly have a mature take on the audio. They play balanced music with as many details as their price can muster. For casual listeners, some of them bang big or the bucks like Z623 or Z-5.  Should you dismiss them just because ‘everyone seems to have Logitech speakers’? Absolutely not. They have maintained the pristine quality of their audio throughout their line-up.

The Logitech UE speakers are relatively costlier and mostly Bluetooth-enabled. They have some of the best executed shockproof designs and top-notch audio performance, the kind we expect from Sennheiser in headphones. The UE speakers have featured in many of our wishlists like the Best Outdoor Bluetooth speakers<Insert link> and the Loudest Bluetooth speakers<Insert Link> etc.

Logitech speakers vs. Creative speakers vs. Pioneer speakers?

Logitech and Creative have established their names in the computer speakers niche. For casual listeners, these sound very good. The fact that they can be contained in a modest budget is especially helpful. The Logitech has nominally more speakers to choose from compared to Creative. So you are more likely to buy one of the best Logitech speakers. Also Logitech speakers bring excellent value for their price.

Pioneer has toiled away in the speakers domain for a long time. They make both affordable and high-end speakers. The real difference comes with the latter. These are expensive systems that can play a full range of sound without missing a single beat. So the comparison needs to be done between same type of speakers in the same price range. For the average Joe, Logitech has more choices in speakers.

Which are the best Logitech speakers?

We picked out speakers from both Logitech and UE’s offerings to bring you the 10 best Logitech speakers. We considered the following factors for comparison:

Audio: Although Logitech speakers have other interesting perks, we checked out their audio first. The best Logitech speakers have a lively sound signature that goes with all types of media: music, movies, YouTube videos, voice messages etc.. These speakers are meant to use with all kinds of devices and for everyday applications. So these are primed for performance across genres.

Value on money: Logitech speakers are known for the value they bring to the table. They manage to pack all necessary features and rich audio in a shoestring budget. However, we still kept audio as our first priority and compared them on value on money rather than directly on prices.

Features: The best Logitech speakers are supported by useful features that enhance their usability. These go from remote control for the 2.1 speakers to wireless connectivity, companion apps, touch-sensitive controls and what not. Logitech believes in unpretentious architecture that delivers actionable features. Some of UE’s Bluetooth speakers are done up in trippy colors that can light up the room.

Top 10 Best Logitech speakers in 2017 – Chart

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NameMaterial/FeaturesPriceRating
 1. Logitech UE BOOM 2 Wireless Mobile Bluetooth Speaker

360 degree sound with deep bass

$$$4.7
 2. Logitech Z-5500 THX-Certified 5.1 Digital Surround Sound Speaker SystemAudio inputs for up to six devices$$$4.6
 3. Logitech UE MEGABOOM Wireless Mobile Bluetooth Speaker 3.5 mm audio output$$$4.6
 4. Logitech UE 984-000304 Boombox Wireless Bluetooth Speaker (Silver) 4 custom-tuned drivers and 4 passive radiators$$$4.5
 5. Logitech X300 Mobile Wireless Stereo Speaker, Copper Black (984-000392) Wireless freedom: 30 ft$$$4.4
 6. Logitech Z623 200 Watt Home Speaker System, 2.1 Speaker System Two satellite speakers$$$4.4
 7. Logitech Bluetooth Wireless Speaker 6 hours straight on the internal NiMH battery$$$4.3
 8. Logitech Speaker System Z523 with SubwooferDown-firing subwoofer with 6.5-in pressure driver$$$4.2
 9. Logitech UE 984-000298 Mobile Boombox Bluetooth Speaker and Speakerphone (Black Grill/Black)Built-in microphone for hands-free calls $$$4.1
10. UE MINI BOOM Wireless Bluetooth Speaker – BlackRechargeable lithium-ion battery pumps out up to 10 hours $$$4.0

1. Logitech UE BOOM 2 Wireless Mobile Bluetooth Speaker

Logitech UE Boom2 speaker replaces the original UE Boom which was popular on its own accord. The Boom 2 channels the spirit of the youngLogitech UE BOOM 2 Wireless Mobile Bluetooth Speaker generation. This wireless speaker has some highly laudable features that make it highly portable and versatile. The can-like design is waterproof and rugged. Its bold audio can breathe life into any party anywhere. This speaker, full of its youthful energy, easily clinches the top spot on the best Logitech speakers list.

Design and Features

The Logitech UE Boom2 speaker stands in its cylindrical glory sheathed in IPX7-waterproof acoustic skin. So it can be dunked in water. All sides are covered in speaker grille with a rubber spine running down its length. This carries oversized volume buttons. The top side has power and Bluetooth pairing buttons and tapping area for touch controls.  The bottom has the USB charging port, standard camera mount and detachable D-ring. It comes in seven vibrant colors. It is drop-resistant from a 5-feet height.

This Logitech speaker uses Bluetooth for wireless connectivity with playback devices. It can stream audio within a 100-feet distance between the two. The battery lasts over 15 hours per charge which is downright luxurious. Two Boom 2s can simultaneously stream music from the same source. Boom 2 is integrated with Siri and Google Now for hands-free operation. It comes with its own partner mobile app that can be used to turn it on/off or update its firmware wirelessly. Its PartyUp feature lets you connect up to 50 Booms or Megabooms wirelessly and have them stand guard to your musical decadence. It can also connect to Echo Dot for voice commands from Amazon Music, Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio etc.. Boom2 has an integrated speakerphone for taking calls on the connected phone.

Audio

Because of its architecture, the Boom 2 Logitech speaker delivers 360° audio. It has incorporated 1.75-inch drivers and 3-inch passive radiators to dole out 25% more volume than the original Boom. Boom 2 offers a rich sound that diffuses in all directions without losing its body. The audio is meaty especially in the lower registers. The Boom 2 has punchy, well-defined bass. It doesn’t sound boomy or closed-in like other Bluetooth speakers the same size range like JBL Charge 2+. The midranges are lush-sounding and detailed. They emerge over the bass in normal songs. In exceptionally bass songs, the bass loses its hold and bleeds into the midrange. This might not be evident to a casual listener immediately.

You can pair two UE Boom 2 speakers to create a stereo pair. This will substantiate its already wide-range audio. It delivers solid sound even when played in noisy outdoor situations. Its app lets you tailor the music to your personal EQ tastes.

Pros:

  • Can get really loud
  • Full, rich audio
  • Punchy bass
  • 100-feet Bluetooth range
  • 15 hour battery life
  • Water- and shock-proof

Cons:

  • Bass bleeds into mids in bassy songs

2. Logitech Z-5500 THX-Certified 5.1 Digital Surround Sound Speaker System

Z-5500 is Logitech’s top collar speaker that stepped into the shoes of the incredibly talented Z-680. This is a 5.1 speaker system, complete with aLogitech Z-5500 THX-Certified 5.1 Digital Surround Sound Speaker System control module and a remote control. Z-5500 is for those folks who enjoy loud and boisterous audio from their movies. It succeeds in creating theater-like ambience inside your private TV-viewing den. Although replaced by a cheaper version, the Logitech Z-5500 remains one of the best Logitech speakers.

Design and Features

Logitech Z-5500 speaker system is a behemoth, primarily due to its large subwoofer. The set has 4 surround speakers, one center channel, a control pod and a remote control. The subwoofer is a squat box claiming a whopping 188W power capability. The total system gives you 505W of power-packed performance. Each satellite encloses a 3-inch driver while the sub has a 10-inch woofer.

The control pod of this Logitech speaker is of the same size as the satellite. It hosts a two-line backlit LCD screen, with 6 buttons and one volume knob. All the connections are made on the back of this control pod. It has about 6 input ports(analog, optical and co-axial), 3.5mm aux port and a headphone-out port which automatically cuts out the sound. There are no HDMI or RCA ports.  The connections on the control pod make it modular but that also means extra wires. All satellites are mounted on swiveling stands. These can be rotated to form a wall mount.

Audio

You will be hard-pressed to find a more powerful 5.1 system then Z-5500 Logitech speaker. The subwoofer has every bit of brawn in its sound as its body. The surreal bass sounds through the room when movies are put on. Not only is the bass abundant, it is well-defined too. If you are a gamer you are likely to start worshipping the Logitech 5500 in a shrine of its own. The midrange is clear and open. But in bass-heavy source material, you can find bass overpowering the mids. You can turn the bass volume down in the PC EQ or with the control pod to get a better handle on the midrange.

This Logitech speaker can get pretty loud at 104 dB. So it satisfies the regular videophile except for the lack of HDMI port. But at its lowered price, it is quite the steal.

Pros:

  • Powerful and loud
  • Deep rumbling bass
  • Exceptional surround sound
  • 6 input ports, 3.5mm aux port and headphone out
  • Separate control pod and remote control

Cons:

  • Space-hogging subwoofer

3. Logitech UE MEGABOOM Wireless Mobile Bluetooth Speaker

UE Megaboom is exactly what its name suggests. It’s the Mega-replica of the Boom speaker. As the adult version, it is bigger in size and packsLogitech UE MEGABOOM Wireless Mobile Bluetooth Speaker beefier, more dynamic audio. As with Boom, this is a robust Bluetooth speaker. The design is uncluttered and user-friendly. The control and app are intuitive. The extended wireless range and waterproofing comes in handy when you throw a pool party. Megaboom is such a hot property that we couldn’t help but put it on the best Logitech speakers list.

Design and Features

The Megaboom Logitech speaker is an 8-inch tall can. Like the Boom, it has a rubber spine which holds the volume controls. These oversized buttons are built for tactile advantage. The top side has Power, Bluetooth pairing buttons and a tap panel for Play/Pause and skip tracks. It is also compatible with Siri and Google Now for voice commands. It can be mounted on standard camera mounts and strung along with a lanyard on a D-ring at its bottom. A 3.5mm port allows it to be used in wired mode. It weighs only 1.9 pounds for all its talents.

This Logitech speaker is Bluetooth-enabled within 100 feet range from the connected device. Realistically the range is closer to 60 feet but that’s still double of the traditional 33 feet range. The battery life is rated at 20 hours. It is IPX7 waterproof, so it can survive in 1m water for up to 30 mins. There’s a companion UE app with the Megaboom as well. You can use it to power on/off the speaker. You can also connect two speakers in stereo mode or simply share music amongst them. With PartyUp you can connect up to 50 Booms, Boom 2s or Megabooms or their combinations.

Audio

Due to the architecture of the Megaboom Logitech speaker, you get multidirectional audio from it. With a boost in the size, the bass gets bigger. As with the Boom2, the bass isn’t boomy, it is punchy. The lower-register is refined so it wins in both quality and quantity. It can get pretty loud. As it nears the 100% volume mark, you will find the bass straining in bass-heavy songs. Megaboom responds by clipping the low frequency audio.  But you are likely to crank up the volume that high only at parties and you might not notice the clipping amongst the noise.

All through the frequency spectrum, the performance of Megaboom is a balance between smoothness and detail. The full-bodied audio is relayedwell outdoors. So if you are going camping or partying in the pool, Megaboom is an excellent cohort.

Pros:

  • Big bass
  • Clear and smooth audio
  • 100 feet Bluetooth range
  • Capacitive controls
  • Camera mount and D-ring
  • Can create stereo pair or daisy chain

Cons:

  • Sizeable

4. Logitech UE 984-000304 Boombox Wireless Bluetooth Speaker

If you want a boombox that hasn’t stayed frozen in time, the Logitech UE Boombox wireless speaker is the answer. Complete with a handle toLogitech UE 984-000304 Boombox Wireless Bluetooth Speaker carry it, this is a cool futuristic version of the boomboxes of yesteryears. The minimalistic design hides 8 drivers for powerful and bass-resplendent music. The buttons and controls are kept to be minimum and the connection options are versatile. The Boombox booms big into the best Logitech speakers list.

Design and Features

The Logitech Boombox speaker is a 15-inch rectangular box with rounded edges. It has an integrated and fixed handle done in die cast aluminum. The arch of the handle could have been higher. As of now it will not accommodate thin fingers. Most part of the front and back faces is covered in speaker grille. The bottom part is rubberized for stability on any surface. The buttons and controls are on either side of the speaker. The construction looks sturdy although it doesn’t have the shock- or water-resistant credentials of Boom and Megaboom.

One side of this Logitech speaker carries the Bluetooth pairing button, power button, a power port and a 3.5mm port. The other side has large volume buttons. This wireless speaker connects via Bluetooth to the playback sources. It has 50 feet range of operation. When fully charged, it can survive for 6 hours. You can connect the Boombox to 3 devices simultaneously and toggle the music between them.

Audio

The audio of the wireless Boombox Logitech speaker is powered by two tweeters, two 3-inch woofers and four 2.5-inch passive radiators. That’s a lot of drivers and room for opulent bass. It gets loud as a wailing cat in a big room. The sound fires wide and does it without losing body. There is a calculated mid-bass bump that makes the music much livelier. The midrange is smooth and refined. We didn’t find bass messing with the vocals. The highs of this Logitech speaker are laidback. They are not bright and do not grate on your ears.

As this is a Boombox, the bass has been emphasized. It becomes apparent in the bassy songs at high volumes.

Pros:

  • Has integrated handle and cool design
  • Big bass
  • Easy to use
  • Can host up to 3 Bluetooth devices together
  • Has 3.5mm port

Cons:

  • Only average battery life

5. Logitech X300 Mobile Wireless Stereo Speaker

Logitech X300 wireless stereo speaker is one of those puny-sized speakers with guts of iron. It wirelessly delivers sound from a trusted brand. ItLogitech X300 Mobile Wireless Stereo Speaker is a lightweight and highly compact specimen designed to blast sound in a wide range. There are different ways of propping it up. There are couple of conservative colors and couple of vibrant ones. The simple design is a vague reminder of UE or JBL’s design. The powerful little minx deserves its place in the best Logitech speakers list.

Design and Features

The X300 Logitech speaker is a rectangular device with an angular face. It measures only 5.9 inches long, 2.8 inches wide and 2.7 inches thick. It can either be propped up horizontally or vertically. It weighs 12.5 ounces and can be carried around easily in your backpack.  The top side has three distinctive buttons, once each for volume up/down and another for Bluetooth pairing. It has a power button behind. A 3.5mm auxiliary port can be used to connect X300 in the wired manner.

This Logitech speaker uses Bluetooth connectivity to cut off the tethers. It works within a 30 feet range between the two devices. A micro USB port next to the 3.5mm port is used for charging. The battery sustains charge for 5 hours. This is again middle-of-the-road compared to Boom 2. It has an integrated speakerphone which can be used to take calls on the connected phone.

Audio

The Logitech X300 speaker defies its size when it comes to audio prowess. It gets very loud for its dimensions and easily fills up a mid-sized room with voluminous audio. We haven’t had to deal with distortion at any volume. As the sound gets loud, Logitech resorts to some clipping but at a noisy get-together this won’t be noticeable. On most songs, the X300 sound surprisingly balanced and stable. Due to the taut bass, it might not appeal to a basshead. No matter what position you put it in, the speaker casts a wide net with its audio.

Pros:

  • Lightweight and compact
  • Loud and balanced audio
  • Bluetooth-enabled and has 3.5mm port

Cons:

  • Low battery life

6. Logitech Z623 200 Watt 2.1 Speaker System

Logitech Z623 speakers are one of the most popular 2.1 speaker systems<Insert link to the best 2.1 speakers article>. Clocking a moderate price,Logitech Z623 200 Watt 2.1 Speaker System this set has everything you need in a good computer audio system. It is robust, user-friendly and has powerful audio capabilities. Logitech smartly makes all its controls accessible. If you have a moderate budget, consider investing in this setup. It is undoubtedly one of the best Logitech speakers in the market.

Design and Features

Well, Z623 Logitech speakers are no Bose SoundSticks. Z623 indulges in clean black contours for its design. The speakers taper upwards and look handsome standing guard to your PC or laptop. The subwoofer is a fat box with 11 inch sides and can be stowed unceremoniously under the desk. The satellites face forward at an angle that fires the audio towards your ears. All the controls are on the right satellite speaker. Although pretty, SoundSticks continually fail at executing this important design decision.

The front side of the right satellite of this Logitech speaker set has three knobs. These are for power, main volume and bass volume. This makes for easy control from the desk. This satellite also houses a 3.5mm auxiliary port for connection to portable devices and a headphone out port. The cables are hardwired to the satellites making it difficult to replace them. But they last long enough with decent usage. The sub has a 3.5mm aux port and RCA ports for connection to PC.

Audio

Z623 Logitech speaker is one of the top 2.1 speaker systems in the market<Insert link to the best 2.1 Computer speakers article>. The audio is as immersive as the 2.1 system concept claims. There’s graceful strength to the bass. It beats with powerful thump and accentuates the explosions and gunfire. The lower registers are also detailed. So, with complicated bassy tracks, Z623 does not get rough around the edges. The vocals sound playful over the bass.  The highs are smooth and laidback. They aren’t bright and agile but they have plenty of details. The audio reproduction almost simulates the theater setup except that it can’t match 5.1 surround sound.

Pros:

  • Best 2.1 sound under $100
  • Has 3.5mm and RCA ports
  • All controls on the satellite
  • Has headphone port
  • Powerful bass

Cons:

  • Large subwoofer

7. Logitech Bluetooth Wireless Speaker

Also known as the Logitech Wireless Boombox, this Bluetooth speaker is an excellent wireless shelf speaker. Packed with 8 drivers, the design is Logitech Bluetooth Wireless Speaker simple and stylish. It rises above the limits placed on the small speakers that sound tinny and doles out rich and full-bodied audio. It is not portable though and serves as a permanent fixture near your PC or TV. Except for the dismal battery life, the wireless Boombox is worthy of the best Logitech speakers list.

Design and Features

The Logitech Wireless Boombox speaker has been in the market for quite a while. Smaller and smarter Bluetooth speakers have come and gone. But this one prevails. There’s something about the ease of use that makes it a superb speaker for home entertainment. This is a curvaceous device with speaker grille covering most of the front face. A small panel in the rest of the area has four buttons, one each for power, Bluetooth pairing and Volume up/down. There are two LEDs as well, one indicating power and another for the Bluetooth status. It has a stand at the back which props it directed forward at an angle.

This Logitech speaker connects wirelessly to the playback devices within 30 feet range. It can also be connected with a 3.5mm auxiliary port. A 3.5mm male-male cable is provided in the pack. The battery life is only 6 hours which could be a problem. But since this supposed to be stationary, it can be kept connected to power. The construction is hardy and can withstand some minor physical shocks.

Audio

The Wireless BoomBox Logitech speaker is also driven by 8 drivers that deliver rich nuanced audio. It rings louder than the smaller speakers like Jawbone Jambox. It can easily fill up a big room with audio. The bass is tight and punchy. But there’s no boost in the mid bass that would make it a tad more exciting.  The midranges are clear and articulate. Treble detailing is sufficient. It plays in crowded and noisy environments with poise. It doesn’t sound thin or tinny in any way.

The audio response is kept balanced rather than playing into the popular practice of bass bump. There’s perceptible difference in audio in the wired and wireless mode. But we expected that from a speaker this old.

Pros:

  • Open, Balanced audio
  • Loud and Natural sounding
  • Bluetooth-enabled
  • Easy access buttons
  • Robust build

Cons:

  • Low battery life

8. Logitech Speaker System Z523

We know that Logitech does affordable well. The Z523 2.1 speaker system is the prime example. At a nominal price, it brings the power of Logitech Speaker System Z523subwoofer to the PC table. And it has some special features as well! Talk about money well spent. The audio is decent and the best in its price range. It is also quite hospitable in the devices it can connect to. The controls are placed for quick access. That’s more than we could ask of one of the best Logitech speakers.

Design and Features

Although budget-oriented, Logitech keeps the architecture of the Z523 speakers classy. The satellite speakers stand 7.7 inches tall with a glossy face. The right one has two knobs, one each for master volume and bass volume. The subwoofer averages 9 inches on each side and stands on 4 short legs. It can be easily accommodated under the PC table. One connecting cable extends from the right satellite speaker to the Computer or other source. Otherwise you can use the RCA input on the subwoofer. The right satellite also has a 3.5mm auxiliary port and a headphone port.

The satellites have two drivers each. One faces the front and another peeks out through the back. This Logitech speaker claims 360° audio but it’s mostly from the front and the back. So it’s multidirectional audio. It’s better to utilize these in the center of the room rather than against a wall.

Audio

The Z523 Logitech speaker walks a perilous line between price and audio. And it manages to walk it like a ballerina. The lower registers provided a very satisfying listen on this. The bass was ample at 11 o’clock setting on the bass volume knob. It becomes a gamers’ paradise if you crank it up the slightest bit. There’s no distortion up until extra high volumes.

The clarity across the frequencies is moderate but definitely the best for the price. For heavily bassy tracks, the audio gets tinny sometimes. But that’s rare. We think that this Logitech speaker outperforms the expectations from it.

Pros:

  • Accessible controls
  • Front and rear drivers on satellites
  • Punchy ample bass
  • RCA, headphone and 3.5mm input ports

Cons:

  • Sounds thin sometimes

9. Logitech UE 984-000298 Mobile Boombox Bluetooth Speaker and Speakerphone

Logitech has many Boomboxes to offer. But this Mobile Boombox Logitech speaker is made in conjunction with UE. It is much more portableLogitech UE 984-000298 Mobile Boombox Bluetooth Speaker and Speakerphone than the last Logitech Boombox we covered. It is quite an enjoyable listen for its small size.              The fact that it’s Bluetooth-enabled and battery-powered adds to its portability. It supports a number of small but useful features that are characteristic of UE speakers. This mini wonder hops right on to the best Logitech speakers wagon.

Design and Features

The Mobile Boombox Logitech speaker is the epitome of simplicity. It is a cuboid with rounded edges. The front face is all speaker grille. The top side has large volume and Bluetooth connectivity buttons. The backside has the power button and ports. The body is rubberized for standing stable on the resting surface and also for protection against physical harm. It conceals two closely-packed drivers and a passive radiator.

This Logitech speaker connects wirelessly with any Bluetooth-enabled device within 50 feet range. It can connect to two devices simultaneously and toggle between their audio. The battery power sustains through 10 hours per charge. It charges via a micro-USB port at the back and you have to supply your own cable. Fortunately they are easily available. There’s also a 3.5mm aux port at the back to connect the Mobile Boombox in the wired mode. It has an integrated speakerphone for taking calls.

Audio

The Mobile Boombox Logitech speaker is a fairly small device. There’s only so much it can do. But it aces the audio for its size. The sound comes clear and high, albeit a little tinny. It can handle oodles of bass even at high volumes without distorting. The volumes can get pretty high, loud enough for mid-sized rooms.

The simpler source audio like rock and jazz sounded much more detailed and agreeable on this Logitech speaker. It handles the slow rhythm changes well. It can make it to the prized spot on your bedstand and it sounds much better than a clock radio.

Pros:

  • Lightweight and compact
  • Easy access buttons
  • Loud and balanced audio
  • 10 hour battery life
  • Has 3.5mm port

Cons:

  • Can sound tinny with complicated bassy songs

10. UE MINI BOOM Wireless Bluetooth Speaker

The Mobile Boombox has a miniature version, the Mini Boom. And it is Boomstastic. If you thought that the mobile Boombox was small, this isUE MINI BOOM Wireless Bluetooth Speaker smaller. It has a moderately detailed and clear audio response. The Bluetooth connecting options are smart and allow you to manage your devices well. The range is also extended for the couch potatoes. Mini Boom creates a big splash to be on the best Logitech speakers list.

Design and Features

The Mini Boom Logitech speaker looks exactly like the Mobile Boombox. The cuboidal structure has three large buttons on the top. These are for volume and Bluetooth pairing. The back side has a micro-USB port, the power button and a 3.5mm port for using the speaker in the wired mode. There’s also an NFC panel where you can tap your NFC-enabled phone to connect. The Mini Boom weighs a meager 301g and is easy to drop in your bag and carry around.

The Bluetooth connectivity works within a 50 feet range from this Logitech speaker. It can connect to two devices simultaneously and play in turns.  There’s a companion phone app for the Mini Boom. It can be used to create a stereo pair out of two of these. The battery life is of 10 hours per charge, which is better than many older speakers which average only 8 hours. It also has a speakerphone which can be used to take calls over the connected phone.

Audio

The Mini Boom Logitech speaker is a small device. We did not expect much from it other than decent sound. But Mini boom does defy the expectations to some extent. The audio gets pretty loud, enough to fill a small room. The bass has oomph but on a small scale. Occasionally you might find the audio tinny when you try to play complicated tracks. The warm sound serves well across most genres.

If you are looking for a more vigorous sound, you should consider the UE Boom 2. Pairing 2 Mini Booms might just highlight their flaws, so Boom 2 is a better investment.

Pros:

  • Lightweight and vey compact
  • 50 feet Bluetooth range, 10 hours battery life
  • Has speakerphone
  • Has 3.5mm port

Cons:

  • May sound tinny at times

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