If you are in the market for a speaker and have always preferred UE devices, then you might wish to consider the UE MEGABOOM Wireless Mobile Bluetooth Speaker. It’s not only the price and superb audio quality, but also the fact many of the reviews we have read seems to find this model a perfect companion for the Echo Dot.
Before we have a closer look at those reviews though, we thought we might offer you a reminder as to the UE MEGABOOM speaker, with its 360-degree sound with deep bass, which is said to be freakishly amazing. Its waterproof, and so not an issue if you take it into the bath with you, or shower, and with it weighing just 1.93 pounds is easily portable as well.
You can also make use if Say it to play it via Google Now and Siri, although you also have the option to pay that bit extra for Echo Dot 2nd-generation to get even more from the speaker, and so you are then able to take advantage of Alexa to control things such as music, and smart devices in your home.
There are almost 900 Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM reviews on Amazon from customers that bought on of these speakers, and has an overall star rating of 4.5 out of 5. Most people love the fact you are able to turn the volume up high and still have no distortion. Ok, so it might be expensive, but it will be worth it – well that’s what another happy owner said.
It’s not all good news though, as some people feel that the Aiwa Exos-9 is a better choice, although let’s face it, it’s far more expensive. If you are looking for something with a smaller price tag, then may we suggest the UE Boom 2 instead, which cost $170, although may cost as little as $100 later this month.
The UE MEGABOOM costs $242.92, but could cost less than $200 if you can hold off for a few weeks.
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