The 9 Best Party Speakers

So you’re looking for the best party speaker currently on the market? We’ve got everything you need to know to make an informed decision right here. The first thing to consider is what type of speaker you are looking for. Bluetooth party speakers come in all shapes and sizes, but we’ve broken our list down into three categories: Portable party speakers, large & loud party speakers, and finally, outdoor party speakers.

Our Pick!

jbl partybox 710

JBL PartyBox 710

The PartyBox 710 is the best party speaker because of its excellent sound, phenomenal bass performance, and impressive lighting effects. It’s a large speaker that can cater to fairly large gatherings and sounds great outdoors too.

Best Portable Party Speaker

The Sony SRS-XP700 offers everything that we look for in a party speaker. The audio quality is excellent, as is the volume the XP700 can be cranked up to. The lighting effects are a nice addition and something that really makes it shine (no pun intended) as a party speaker. Do note that while the XP700 is portable, it’s a heavy and fairly large speaker that could arguably also fit in our large & loud selections.

Best Bass Party Speaker

The JBL PartyBox 710 has an impressive bass presence that can rattle windows and organs. The sound profile on this speaker makes it a great option for an outdoor party speaker. It offers built-in lighting effects but requires an AC power connection.

Loudest Party Speaker

The Soundboks 3 is an absolute monster that doesn’t need any fancy lighting to dominate a party. Instead, the Soundboks 3 brings a massive 126dB of volume and high-quality sound that is enough to rock any party. Despite its relatively moderate weight, the Soundboks 3 isn’t the most portable, but it can still be moved between venues without much effort.

Most Rugged Party Speaker

The newly released Turtlebox Gen 2 is the ultimate outdoors party speaker. Rugged enough to be tossed into your kayak, boat, or jeep. Despite the window-rattling volume levels that it brings to the party, it’s also small and light enough to carry around with you. If you’re not about the lights and ambiance and instead prefer a speaker that can take a knock, this IP67-rated speaker is the one for you.

The Best Lighting Effects

The PartyBox Encore Essential is specially designed as a party speaker. This cubed design brings the volume needed for a small house party and offers some more impressive lighting effects that will sync with your music. Just note that there is a trade-off with lighting effects, which impacts the overall battery life.

Our selection of the best portable party speakers is made up of speakers which allow for relatively easy transportation and can be carried to events or BBQs without too much trouble. These options are still extremely loud but fall short of our ‘large and loud’ selection.

For our large and loud party speaker selections, we went with products that offered a lot of volume but weren’t particularly the most portable speakers. While you can still carry these around, the increase in weight or awkward dimensions may make transportation slightly more challenging.

Finally, we’ve put together our top choices for the best outdoor party speakers. For these selections, we’ve chosen speakers that could fit into the category of portable party speakers but focus on added portability and weather-proofing. We believe the best outdoor party speakers are the most rugged ones, with lighting effects taking a back seat.

The Best Portable Party Speakers

Our selection of the best portable party speakers. These products are selected based primarily on how much they can offer while still being considered portable. We’ve also got a list of the loudest portable Bluetooth speakers if you’re not too concerned about lighting effects.

The Sony SRS-XP700 is a great all-around party speaker

The Sony SRS-XP700 Bluetooth speaker is loud, portable, and packs loads of party-friends features. Louder, stronger, and more versatile than the previous model, the XP500. 

Housed in an easily transportable and eye-catching enclosure, the SRS-XP700 Sony Bluetooth speaker can withstand some gentle splashes and sounds great indoors and out. The speaker can be placed upright or horizontally, while the onboard adaptive equalizer analyzes the speaker’s surroundings to provide consistent sound quality and characteristics wherever you are. 

As for output levels, the Sony SRS-XP700, at maximum volume, reaches an average reading of 99dB- enough to power a medium-sized house party with people talking over the music. More importantly, the sound quality remains tight, clear, and punchy at all volume levels, where some encounter distortion territories. 

Supporting Bluetooth, USB, microphone, and guitar inputs, the SRS-XP700 will entertain your guests for up to 25 hours on a single charge, and a 10-minute recharge will provide 3 hours of entertainment should you find your party going a little longer than expected. Sony’s Fiestable App gives you control over the speaker’s built-in mesmerizing lighting show and other functionality, including playlist building and custom equalization. 

Why We Recommend It

The Sony XP700 isn’t the loudest speaker, but it’s a highly efficient speaker that has enough volume for a moderate-sized party. The lighting effects are limited but enough to bring some ambiance to your party. The sound of the XP700 isn’t very bass-heavy, instead providing a warm and clear sound.


  • Loud enough to power moderate-sized parties
  • Portability makes it versatile
  • Great quality sound


  • Relatively expensive
  • IPX4 rating provides just average water protection

The Ultimate Ears Hyperboom is a discreet, classy, and highly portable party speaker

The Ultimate Ears Hyperboom is rather subtle compared to most of the other Bluetooth party speakers on this list as it excludes the flashing lights, karaoke modes, and other party-focused features, but rather draws attention to its sound quality and elegant design. 

Shaped like a cube, the Ultimate Ears Hyperboom can be set up anywhere and sounds great in all directions. The adaptive equalization function helps the UE Hyperboom speaker produce high-quality sound in any setting, analyzing its surroundings and tweaking the sound signature to suit the obstacles around it, eliminating unwanted reflections and resonances. 

Thanks to this feature and high-quality materials and DSP, the Ultimate Ears Hyperboom is one of our favorite-sounding portable Bluetooth speakers. Volume-wise, the Hyperboom can reach reasonably powerful output levels, enough to power a small to medium-sized house party, and the Hyperboom retains its punchy, full-bodied sound at all listening levels.  

As for additional features, the Ultimate Ears Hyperboom is splash-proof, and the onboard battery can provide up to 24 hours of playtime. Considering its size, the Hyperboom is reasonably lightweight and can easily be taken wherever the party takes you. 

While it excludes the fun, interactive party features, the UE Hyperboom is a reliable, powerful, portable, and great-sounding Bluetooth speaker that can be enjoyed in many scenarios. If you’re after something a little more interactive, I’d suggest reading further and taking a look at some of our other party-friendly options.    

Why We Recommend It

The Ultimate Ears Hyperboom is the best party speaker if you’re looking for a discrete and mature solution to your party’s audio needs. It has a good battery life, along with an excellent sound profile.


  • Elegant and sleek design
  • Incredible audio quality
  • Relatively lightweight


  • No lighting options
  • Limited features

JBL’s PartyBox Encore Essential offers great lighting effects

JBL’s PartyBox Encore Essential can be described as a portable version of the popular, powerful PartyBox speakers, which vary in size from larger tabletop speakers to colossal speaker towers. 

The PartyBox Encore Essential packs all of JBL’s classic PartyBox features in a smaller enclosure that can easily be carried around with you or stationed in your trunk. Protected by an IPX4 weather-resistance rating, the PartyBox Encore Essential can resist splashes from the pool or spilled drinks; other than this, I wouldn’t recommend using it in seriously threatening environments. 

One of the JBL PartyBox Encore Essential’s main selling points is the interactive light show, which pulses to the beat of your music and can be deactivated if you prefer. JBL’s signature sound characteristics are present here, bringing on thumping low-end, with the option to further enhance it using the bass boost function while maintaining the high-end clarity and midrange depth. The Partybox Encore Essential can also get reasonably loud, I’d say loud enough to power a medium-sized party, and the battery life is as reliable as always when it comes to JBL speakers.

I would have liked to see a speaker mounting option for a party-focused speaker, like the other PartyBox speakers, especially since it is smaller. The PartyBox Encore Essential doesn’t have a hard time being heard, and projects sound powerful and retain clarity at higher listening levels.

The only concern with the PartyBox Encore Essential is the battery life. If you’re going to be hosting parties from home and can have it plugged in, this isn’t a problem. With just 6 hours of battery life, you may find yourself needing to plug it in to charge before your party is over.

Why We Recommend It

The PartyBox Encore Essential is one of the smaller iterations of the PartyBox series; it is more portable than the PartyBox 710, 310, and 100. The smaller form factor makes this speaker extremely easy to move around. The lighting effects on the Encore Essential are also a welcome feature. If you need a lightweight party speaker, the Encore Essential holds a lot of merit.


  • Elegant and sleek design
  • Incredible audio quality
  • Relatively lightweight


  • No lighting options
  • Limited features

The Best Large & Loud Party Speakers

These speakers aren’t as versatile as the portable selections above, but what they lack in ease of carrying, they make up for in massive sound and overall audio quality. These are the speakers you want to look at when hosting a larger party. We also recommend looking at our list of the loudest Bluetooth speakers if volume is what you’re after.

The Soundboks 3 tops the charts with 126dB of volume

The New SOUNDBOKS – Loudest Bluetooth Speaker

One of the largest, most powerful, and most impressive Bluetooth speakers on the market is the 3rd generation Soundboks. While it isn’t easily transportable, the monstrous volume levels make up for this. 

Built to resemble a PA speaker or bass amplifier, the Soundboks 3 is no joke of a Bluetooth speaker, and weighing just over 30 pounds, you’ll need a friend to help you carry this one! Pumping sound in one direction through 2 x 10-inch woofers and a 1-inch tweeter, the Soundboks 3 can get incredibly loud and sounds great even when the volume levels are maxed. If you’re having a larger party, up to 5 Soundboks speakers can be paired together, forming an extensive speaker network that’ll surely rattle some windows. 

The Soundboks 3 is rated IPX5 water resistant, so you can’t exactly leave it out in a storm or drop it in the lake, but the speaker will certainly survive the odd spilled drink here and there. Battery-wise, the Soundboks 3 offers up to 40 hours of playtime, and the battery brick is removable/exchangeable, so you can purchase others separately and reload when necessary to keep the party going. 

For the party-goers, one can connect using Bluetooth connections or 3.5mm auxiliary wired connections, and this latest Soundboks model includes a dual XLR/jack input for a microphone or electric instrument. The Soundboks app can also be used to perform firmware upgrades and control the speaker’s basic functions.

Why We Recommend It

We’ve selected the Soundboks 3 because of its volume. While there are no lighting effects on the Soundboks 3, this large and rugged Bluetooth speaker pushes the limit when it comes to portability. At 34lbs, it’s not a speaker you’re going to want to move around a lot, but it’s 126dB of volume makes it ideal for larger parties.


  • Elegant and sleek design
  • Incredible audio quality
  • Relatively lightweight


  • No lighting options
  • Limited features

The Marshall Woburn III offers class, elegance, and a bright sound

From one of the world’s leading amplifier designers, the Marshall Woburn III is the latest iteration of the Woburn model. Like the Woburn II, this speaker is not battery-powered and will require an AC power connection.

The Marshall Woburn III still supports high-quality Bluetooth streaming, now using Bluetooth 5.2 for improved connection stability and range. We also find many of the same port connections as the Woburn II, though we now have an HDMI Arc connection port if you want to connect this speaker to your television.

The Marshall Woburn III is a bright-sounding speaker that has an emphasis on the upper frequencies while at the same time having a slightly recessed bass presence. This is not a bass-heavy speaker and isn’t what I’d recommend for pumping electronic music. Instead, the Woburn’s sound matches its aesthetic, offering a more classic, mature approach to sound. The Woburn III is something you’d throw on at a cocktail party, more than a house rager.

With regards to portability, the lack of a battery automatically limits this speaker’s portability. However, when it comes down to the weight itself, the Woburn III is relatively light at just over 15 lbs, a reduction from the Woburn II’s weight.

Why We Recommend It

The Marshall Woburn III is another more mature-looking speaker that trades in flashy lights in exchange for a toned-down aesthetic. It offers a bright sound signature that works well for indoor listening.


  • A clean and mature speaker design
  • Impressive audio clarity
  • Fairly lightweight


  • No lighting options
  • Challenging to carry
  • No battery option

The Aiwa Exos-9 is one for the bass-heads

The Aiwa Exos-9 is another favorite of ours. Following a slightly more unique design that looks great on bedside tables, kitchen countertops, and home entertainment systems. Despite this speaker looking and sounding great in indoor situations, the Aiwa Exos-9 is durable enough for some outdoor usage, though it can’t be exposed to any rain or other dangerous materials. 

The Aiwa Exos-9 can get pretty loud, and sounds excellent at all volumes. Bass-heads will be pleased to know this speaker packs plenty of low-end thump, guaranteed to get your guests moving, and it’s refreshing to see a bass-heavy speaker that doesn’t cloud the remaining frequency range. 

The battery of the Aiwa Exos-9 is, in my opinion, where it falls short. Lasting up to 9 hours, it can certainly power a night-long house party, but pushing the volume limits will prove to shorten this battery’s lifespan, which is already incredibly low. To add to this, the battery has to be removed to be charged, so the speaker can’t be used while it refuels, unfortunately.  

As for connectivity options, Bluetooth connections are stable and high-quality, and for those who prefer wired connections, there is a 3.5mm auxiliary port on the Aiwa Exos-9; using this connection could save some battery life, too. 

Why We Recommend It

We recommend the Aiwa Exos-9 as a bass-heavy portable Bluetooth speaker that can easily bring life to a party. The slim form factor means you can get a lot of volume into a small space, and when positioned with its backside up near a wall, you can really get that bass to carry across a room.


  • Lots of bass
  • Fairly lightweight and easy to carry
  • Good audio quality at all volumes


  • No lighting options
  • The finish is prone to damage with rough handling
  • Limited battery life

The Outdoor Party Speakers

These speakers were selected either for their ruggedness or waterproofing. If you’re an outdoors kind of person who wants a speaker, they can take with them on their kayak or down to the beach; this is what you’re looking for.

The Turtlebox Gen 2 is the ultimate rugged Bluetooth speaker for parties

Probably the most durable Bluetooth speaker we’ve ever reviewed, the 2nd Generation Turtlebox speaker is reliable, extremely loud, and unique. 

Designed like a military lunchbox and constructed from hard plastic all-round, the Turtlebox Gen 2 can certainly take a hard knock, drop, and will function as normal when exposed to snow, sand, dust, or high-pressure water contact. For on-the-go partiers, the Turtlebox is easily transportable (though it is a little heavy, can still be carried in one hand) and perfect for beach parties, as it can simply be hosed down after a sandy day. 

The Turtlebox Gen 2 can run for around 25 hours before you’ll need to get hold of a charger, though if you’re conservative regarding listening levels, you should get a little more out of it. This speaker is astonishingly loud, so unless you’re hosting a large house party, you shouldn’t need to crank the volume too far. 

Volume-wise, the Turtlebox Gen 2 is one of the louder speakers on this list, reaching ear-shattering volumes with ease while maintaining its stellar audio quality. This speaker is designed to be played loud, as low-volume listening sounds are rather muffled.

Why We Recommend It

The Turtlebox 2 is the best outdoor party speaker on this list. It features a rugged IP67 water and dust resistance rating, as well as being small and lightweight. Despite its limited size, the performance of the Turtlebox 2 is impressive, with volume levels of up to 120dB.


  • Extremely rugged build
  • IP67 waterproofing
  • Loads of volume
  • Easily portable


  • No lighting options
  • Audio quality lacks at low volume

The JBL PartyBox 710 provides an outdoor party solution

jbl partybox 710

JBL’s PartyBox range includes several different speakers. The primary speakers from this range include the 100, 310, 710, and 1000, though other models like the Encore also exist within the PartyBox range. I’ve picked the PartyBox 710 as the top pick for the best party speaker for a few reasons.

The PartyBox 1000 is a louder and larger speaker, but the features are somewhat limited to those with high requirements from their speaker, along with the hefty price tag and lack of battery power means the 710 is the next strongest in the PartyRange line and is also the loudest PartyBox speaker that is battery powered.

The sound profile of the PartyBox 710 is very good, especially for those who need to power outdoor parties. While the tuning on bass remains relatively accurate, the PartyBox 710 sounds deep, with an impressive low-end extension. The midrange is also balanced and sounds good, though towards the treble. There is a lack of brightness that comes with the 710.

This lack of definition in the treble is not a problem for outdoor use, but indoors, where you want a bit more brightness – there are some better choices on the market. For instance, the Marshall Woburn III sounds much brighter, with a better indoor sound presentation but lacks the bass of the PartyBox 710. Most partygoers may not notice this difference, but it’s something to keep in mind if you are picky about your sound signature.

There is no battery power offered on the PartyBox 710, which is important to consider, especially with the 710 doing its best work outdoors. You will need to provide AC power for this speaker. If you’re looking for a similar speaker but one that offers battery capabilities, take a look at the smaller PartyBox 310.

Why We Recommend It

The PartyBox 710 is the best party speaker because of its excellent sound, phenomenal bass performance, and impressive lighting effects. It’s a large speaker that can cater to fairly large gatherings and sounds great outdoors too.


  • Powerful bass
  • Sounds great outdoors
  • Various lighting effects


  • No battery power
  • Quite heavy
  • Lacks brightness

The JBL Boombox II is easy to carry despite its size and weight

Adopting the classic boombox design style with a modern twist, JBL’s Boombox II Bluetooth speaker provides the thumping low-end and characteristic loudness associated with boombox speakers. 

Protected by an IPX7 water-resistance rating, the JBL Boombox II can withstand some serious liquid contact, and the build quality is great. This speaker can certainly take a knock. While it isn’t the most lightweight speaker on this list, it’s not too uncomfortable to carry around with you, and it doesn’t occupy much space either. 

The sound quality here is the same as most JBL speakers; one can expect a tight low-end response with the option to boost the bass even further while the remaining frequency range retains clarity and detail. For parties, the JBL Boombox II is excellent at distributing sound in all directions and sounds pretty much the same no matter which angle you’re facing the speaker from. As for volume levels, the JBL Boombox II can reach some pretty impressive levels for its size while maintaining strong audio quality.

The Boombox II is an excellent on-the-go Bluetooth speaker for party-goers, offering impeccable sound quality, durability, and a reasonably strong battery life of up to 24 hours. If you’re looking for something with slightly more interactive features, such as lighting functions, the JBL Boombox II does not offer any of this; it simply just works as it should and sounds great.

Why We Recommend It

We recommend the Boombox 2 as a versatile speaker solution that doesn’t just do parties. The JBL Boombox series is great as an all-around speaker that can be used for small to moderate-sized parties and as a camping speaker or when out skating or shooting hoops.


  • Versatile enough to be used for parties or livening up the basketball court
  • IPX7 waterproofing
  • Surprisingly durable
  • Easily portable


  • No lighting options
  • Dynamic range could be better

How We Selected Our Products

When we put together this list of what we consider the best party speakers currently available, we wanted to approach it a bit differently than just providing a list of products that don’t really give you much information as to which is best for you. In turn, we spent time trying to best break down these categories to make your buying process easier.


We didn’t want to simply provide a list of high-end devices that fall outside the average consumer’s budget. So while we didn’t shy away from expensive and high-quality party speakers, we also included some more moderately priced options which still perform to a level that we feel comfortable recommending. When it comes to party speakers, in particular, having a larger budget is going to afford you some benefits over the more affordable options.

Power / Volume

The term party is a bit subjective; what one person considers a party, another may consider a small social gathering. Nonetheless, we believe that volume is important when choosing a party speaker. Our list focuses primarily on loud party speakers that are able to cater for gatherings of more than 50 people. That said, we have also included a few options for those who prefer their parties a little more tranquil and perhaps aren’t looking for the loudest speaker available; for that, you can take a look at our loudest Bluetooth speakers list.


We consider portability to be an important trait of a good party speaker. While some speakers on our list may not be the lightest products out there, they are still easy enough to carry between locations with relative ease. Having this versatility ensures that your party speaker can be taken to your friend’s BBQ or moved easily between different rooms of your home.


While waterproofing is not a must-have on every party speaker, if you plan to use the speaker a lot outdoors it’s something very important to have. In turn, we’ve included speakers that all offer some form of waterproofing. IPX4 can be found on most party speakers and should do the trick for typical use as it will allow for protection from light rain without a problem.

If you like to have your party speaker placed close to your pool or down at the lake, we recommend being a bit more strict in your waterproof rating. An IPX7 device will protect from water submersion, while an IP67 rating will also protect from dust in addition to submersion.

Battery Life

Previously, the battery life in party speakers was not great. In recent years manufacturers have made significant improvements to Lithium-ion technology resulting in incredible battery life in portable Bluetooth speakers.

We excluded speakers which didn’t offer what we deem to be a reasonable amount of battery life for a party speaker. Of course, battery life isn’t always that important if you tend to host parties in the same area of the house where they can remain plugged into a power source.

Lighting Effects

Light effects are often thought of as gimmicky and in some cases even tacky, but when it comes to the best party speakers on the market, you’ll find that it is somewhat of a core feature. We agree that the last thing you want next to your wood-finished vinyl player is some RGB speaker lights, but in a party environment, the inclusion of LED lighting effects can add a whole lot of value to the atmosphere, especially when pulsing to the beat of the music. We have primarily selected products that offer some form of LED lighting effects.

Sound Quality

Different from the volume, sound quality is determined by how good a speaker sounds in terms of its frequency response and clarity. It’s easy to find speakers that are loud, but lack in audio integrity and also to find speakers that have great audio quality but don’t have the required volume.

We’ve selected products that find the balance between these two aspects. Of course, if we solely focused on audio quality, we’d only have high-end products which remain unaffordable for most. So we’ve carefully attempted to find that balance between affordability and sound quality, while we have also selected a couple of products that, while on the pricier side, justify their price with higher audio integrity.

Party Speaker FAQs

Let us look at some of the most frequently asked questions by those looking to buy a party speaker. We hope this will be useful to you and help you make an educated purchase.

How loud does a party speaker need to be?

We recommend over 80dB of volume for any party speaker, for larger parties you should be looking at 100dB at least. If you’re looking to cover a large outdoors area or the floor of a house, look for a party speaker that has more than 115dB of volume.

Do I need light effects with my party speaker?

While we do value light effects on party speakers, this is entirely up to personal preference. For teenagers and younger individuals the additional lighting can alter their whole perception of the experience. Meanwhile, there are more discreet and perhaps what one could consider ‘mature’ choices in speaker. These are more subtle and blend into a home environment easier – but that’s not to say you can’t still throw a party with one.

Does my party speaker need to be portable?

If you’re someone who seems to always be over at someone else’s house, having a portable party speaker holds a lot more weight than someone who tends to host parties at their home. Similarly, if you tend to be an outdoors person or someone who wants to take their speaker with them outside of the home, portability will be extremely important.

Does my party speaker need waterproofing?

For regular use, an IPX4 rating and higher is typically just fine. However, for those who enjoy taking their speakers outdoors we recommend going for something a bit more sealed. An IP67 rating will protect you from both dust and water submergence, but even an IPX7 will work perfectly around the pool, without any real worries.

Party Like a Pro – Some Top Tips!

We’ve put together some top tips to help not only get the most out of your party speakers but your party vibe too.

Tip 1 – Make Sure it’s Charged

The battery lives on party speakers are getting longer and longer, which often leads us to forget to charge them up. Even if you’re having a party where there is socket power, make sure the battery is fully charged. Should the power go down or you want to move things to another location, you can keep the party going. If your portable speaker allows you to swap out the battery, purchase extra batteries from the manufacturer, so you’re already ready to go.

Tip 2 – Don’t Over Do It

Speakers have limitations, and we tend to push our party speakers to the max. This can damage your speaker, which means the party is over early. Running a speaker at 80% is less likely to cause damage than running at 100% all night. If you’re having a big party, make sure you have some big speakers.

Tip 3 – Waterproof Does Not Mean Invincible

I’ve read so many comments from people who have purchased waterproof speakers with higher IPX ratings who complain their speakers no longer work after too much water exposure. While these products have good waterproof ratings, they’re electronics devices, they don’t belong in the water.

The waterproof feature protects the speaker, not taking it into new frontiers. Of course, the manufacturer will use pictures of the speaker in a pool or the surf. This is to sell more products. These are for marketing purposes, not usage recommendations. Try to keep the speakers out of the pool and DEFINITELY out of the sea.

Tip 4 – Make More Playlists

Playlists are like digital DJs keeping the party going without having to pay someone. The downside is, as the night goes on, people get a little tipsy, and the party needs to go in a new direction. The quickest way to change gear is to have the right playlist ready to go. When your friends ask for more of a certain genre, you just start the new playlist. Create different playlists for genre, year, generation (80s, 90s, etc.), and maybe even a mood like chill, acoustic, upbeat, dance, and beast mode. Let your party speakers do the work while you have fun with your friends.

Tip 5 – Bluetooth Locking

There is nothing more annoying than Bluetooth taking over. There’s always that one girl or guy who must play a track from some new lame indie band. If you have this problem, get a Bluetooth speaker with Bluetooth locking. The Aiwa Exos-9 allows you to lock the speaker to your Bluetooth device so no other device can be paired. Great for parties where you don’t want people messing with the Bluetooth speaker or taking over.

Our Pick!

Sony SRS-XP700

The Sony XP700 is the full package, an attractive speaker with enough lighting effects for any party, as well as excellent sound quality.

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Bryn De Kocks

Bryn De Kocks is the lead editor for Audiostance, as well as one of our trusted reviewers. He has more than 15 years of experience in online publication and stands firm in being transparent with both the benefits and drawbacks of the products he reviews. Outside of editorial work, Bryn has been an avid online gamer and casual digital music producer since his teenage years, bringing his understanding of audio and especially headphones to the table. His daily driver is a humble pair of Fidelio X2HRs powered by a Fiio E10K. In his spare time he enjoys nature photography.

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