The best speakers for less than $150

Which speaker to buy for less than 150 dollars? If you are looking for speakers, we present you the best speakers for less than 150 that you will find in the market that suit to your needs and budget.

KEF  - KEF Muo

KEF Muo

KEF Muo: an original in the land of portable speakers

Launched at the end of 2015, KEF Muo is the first test of the "hifiste" brand in the world of portable audio. Although it works wirelessly, this model promises both surprising power and precise and defined sound. Let's see what the expertise of the English manufacturer is worth in an enclosure of this kind.

Price

~125€


Bose - Bose Soundlink Micro

Bose Soundlink Micro

Bose Soundlink Micro: an ultra-portable that deposits

The youngest - in age as in size - of the famous Soundlink family promises a deep and powerful sound performance in a very compact format. Bose also provides excellent resistance as well as great flexibility to make it the ideal nomad companion. It's up to us to verify these words ...

Price

~95€


JBL - JBL Clip 2

JBL Clip 2

JBL Clip 2: the ultra-portable adventurer and clever speaker

A few years ago, the JBL Clip launched a carabiner attached directly to an ultra-portable speaker. Since then, the Americans have worked hard to improve the concept and create Clip 2, a completely revised version with the possibility of submerging it in water. A success that allows it to advertise itself as one of the best speakers of its kind.

Price

~49€

Libratone  - Libratone Too

Libratone Too

Libratone Too: a nomad all terrain speaker, yes, but with style

The Too is the most compact portable speaker offered by Libratone. Designed to follow them everywhere, it wants to seduce music lovers looking for a product that is both solid, enduring and easy to use. The Cover previous compact speakers had repeatedly shown good sound performance. Is miniaturization harmful here?

Price

~94€


Braven  - Braven BRV-Pro

Braven BRV-Pro

Braven BRV-Pro: the ultimate modular backpacking speaker

Specializing in nomadic speakers, Braven returns to our labs with the BRV Pro. This small model puts above all on its resistance, its autonomy and its modular concept. It can be upgraded and equipped with several accessories (sold separately) such as an additional battery, a fixing system, a solar panel or even a stacking system to integrate another BRV Pro speaker.

Price

~149€

Sony - Sony SRS-XB30

Sony SRS-XB30

Sony SRS-XB30: a powerful and bright portable speaker

Marketed a year ago at 170 €, the SRS-XB30 from Sony has finally arrived in our labs. It is part of the first generation of bright portable speakers from the manufacturer, and fits between the XB40 (larger) and the XB20 (more compact). This model brings together all the essential ingredients of mobile listening (increased water resistance, solid autonomy, multipoint Bluetooth connection, recharging of mobile devices ...), but also particularly complete lighting. Does it live up to its promises and reputation?

Price

~123€


JBL - JBL Clip 3

JBL Clip 3

JBL Clip 3 ultra-portable speaker: a concept that is as convincing as ever

The new Clip 3 ultra-portable speaker arrives for the summer of 2018 with an introductory price of € 59.99. Always equipped with its carabiner system, this flagship model from JBL returns with a new design, an improved hands-free micro kit and better autonomy. Is this enough to dethrone the tenors of its category? Response through this test.

Price

~41€


JBL - JBL Charge 3

JBL Charge 3

JBL Charge 3: the bipolar waterproof speaker

JBL is a very prolific builder in terms of portable speakers. The JBL Charge 3 slips between the Flip3 and Xtreme speakers and offers several evolutions compared to the Charge 2+: improved autonomy, a waterproof design and the JBL Connect. We just have to hope that the sound performance will always be as good, which we will check right away ...

Price

~99€