JBL Charge 4 vs. UE Boom 3

JBL Charge 4 vs. UE Boom 3

Take the party outdoors with a portable smart speaker!

Wireless and portable smart speakers are a great way to bring the fun wherever you go, and it’s also a big plus if they can withstand almost all weather elements, while also being both shock, and bump proof.

Today we’ll be looking at JBL Charge 4 and UE Boom 3, and we can already say that both of these smart speakers are great to have out on the pool, camping trips, and more since they are durable and can even handle getting submerged!

Additionally, you can also expect impressive audio capabilities, with a couple of differences, as well as the ability to pair up multiple speakers together to get that perfect stereo sound.

So, let’s get right to it and see which model suits you best!

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Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 4 vs. 5

Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 4 vs. 5

Experience sound quality like no other with a smart speaker!

Finding the right type of speakers for your home can be a little difficult since there are so many models out there today.

We hope to narrow it down a bit for you today with Onyx Studio 4 & 5, the two models that are quite different from each other, yet still offering something for everyone.

If you are a bass lover and want a speaker that’s more suited for a heavy sound, then you’ll like the Onyx Studio 5.

However, if you enjoy the idea of hands-free control, stereo sound, and crisp audio quality, then maybe Onyx 4 is the way to go!

Either way, check out the way these two Bluetooth speakers differ from each other, and how they can help enhance your listening experience!

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Sonos One vs. Bose Home Speaker 500

Sonos One vs. Bose Home Speaker 500

Get that perfect sound with a smart speaker!

The two wireless speakers we’ll discuss today allow you to take advantage of voice assistants such as Alexa or Google Assistant, while also providing the ability to connect to multiple types of audio sources, as well as additional functionality.

Today, we’ll be looking at Sonos One vs. Bose Home Speaker 500, and the benefits that each model brings.

We can already say that you can expect an impressive audio output from either model, as well as integration with Alexa and Google Assistant for hands-free control.

However, there are quite a few differences when it comes to software compatibility, music streaming, display options and more, so read on to find out!

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Bose Home Speaker 500 vs. SoundTouch 20

Bose Home Speaker 500 vs. SoundTouch 20

Enjoy your favorite songs in a whole new way with a smart speaker!

Smart Speakers have changed the way we enjoy audio with their effective design and innovative features.

You have the handy ability to use voice assistants such as Google or Alexa to change stations, pick out your favorite tracks, and more, without needing to press any buttons or even leave the couch!

Additionally, smart speakers can be easily integrated with multiple devices, allowing you to create the perfect sound system for your home.

Today, we’ll be looking at Bose Home Speaker 500 vs. SoundTouch 20 and what you can expect from these models. So whether you prefer the idea of Apple Airplay 2 compatibility and built-in Alexa with Bose Home Speaker 500, or simply to extend your SoundTouch family with SoundTouch 20.

Both smart speakers have something to offer, so let’s see which one suits you best.

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Sonos Amp vs. Connect

Sonos Amp vs. Connect

The Sonos Amp and Connect are great tools to use if you want to integrate your existing speakers or your old school vinyl recorder into your Sonos system.

However, both are also pretty different from each other. Since Sonos Amp actually comes in with a built-in D-class amplifier that will enhance the sound quality output and also includes its own receiver. While Sonos Connect is designed specifically to integrate with an external amplifier or receiver and bring Sonos functionality to a third-party system.

There are also other ways in which both models differ from each other, such as Apple Airplay 2 compatibility, outdoor use, and more!

So, read on to see which model will blend in well with your HiFi system.

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HomePod vs. Sonos Move

HomePod vs. Sonos Move

Have your party at home or take it outside with a smart speaker!

There are many different types of smart speakers available, both wired and wireless, and today we’ll be looking at both.

Sonos Move has been designed for people, well who move! While Apple HomePod has been created for dedicated Homekit users, and for those of us who simply want a nice and exceptional audio quality right here in our living room.

Regardless of their mobility, both smart speakers come with useful features such as voice control, auto-tuning, Apple Airplay 2, and the awesome ability to stream countless audiobooks, tracks, and podcasts with the touch of a button!

So, let’s read on to see which model suits you best.

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Echo Sub vs. Sonos Sub

Echo Sub vs. Sonos Sub

Make your Jazz collection come to life with a wireless subwoofer!

Including a subwoofer such as Echo or Sonos Sub will further enhance the sound quality of your already existing Echo or Sonos speaker set.

With a Sub, you can enjoy exceptional deep rich sound that an ordinary speaker might not be able to produce, and will allow you to experience movies, audiobooks, songs, podcasts, and more, in a whole new way!

Today, we’ll be looking at Echo Sub vs. Sonos Sub, and how these two can benefit your audio experience. So whether you’re looking for an addition to your existing Echo family, or something with a far more powerful base, both subwoofers have something to offer.

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Sonos One vs. Play:5

Two Sonos One vs. Play-5

Create the perfect audio experience with a Sonos smart speaker!

Sonos smart speakers have so far impressed us with their exceptional audio quality, their flexible compatibility, and the idea to choose between mono or stereo output to suit every occasion!

Not to mention the ability to use Alexa voice commands with some models, as well as having the option of choosing from over 50 different music streaming platforms.

Today, we’ll be looking at both two Sonos One smart speaker, and Play: 5, both sound-wise, and specs-wise, and the options you have when deciding between creating a stereo output system, 3.1 surround sound, or even a 5.1 surround system!

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Sonos One Gen 1 vs. Gen 2

Sonos-One-Gen-1-vs.-Gen-2

Bring your party to life with a Sonos speaker!

Sonos smart speakers are a fun addition to any home with their exceptional audio capabilities, remote app control, music streaming capabilities, and more.

You can enjoy that obscure track from the 80s, or the latest bestseller with the ability to choose from over 50 different streaming partners such as Spotify and Apple Music, as well as listen to countless audiobooks and podcasts!

Today, we’ll be looking at Sonos Gen 2 vs. Gen 1, and how the seemingly two identical models differ from each other.

We can already say now, that there are only a couple of differences that set them apart but both can provide an audio quality that the whole family will enjoy.

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Sonos Play:1 vs. One SL

Sonos Play-1-vs.-Sonos SL

Enhance your home theatre experience with a Sonos Smart Speaker!

Sonos Smart speakers not only produce exceptional sound quality, but come with other useful features such as an adjustable bass & treble, one-app control, integration with Apple airplay 2, Trueplay, and more.

Both models also support over 50 different streaming platforms, so you can find any track you’re searching for, as well as enjoy access to hundreds of audiobooks, news stations, and podcasts to entertain yourself.

While both smart speakers are similar to each other in a lot of ways, there are a few subtle differences, especially when it comes down to choosing between One SL which is microphone free, and Sonos Play:1 that is compatible with Alexa voice commands if you already own an Alexa enabled device such as Echo Show 8 or Spot.

So, read on to see which suits you best!

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