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Which Bluetooth speakers play classical music best? Where do all the pitches and lows come across in such a way that the orchestra, grand piano, choir and the like are reproduced with content and not falsified? I get to the bottom of these questions in this guide. I have compiled some Bluetooth speakers for classical music from leaderboards, reviews and my own experience. If you want to make a recommendation yourself, please leave a comment;)
If you read through test reports, customer reviews and lists of the best, different Bluetooth speakers are repeatedly named as "the best" for classical music. Two or three models appear in almost every list - regardless of whether you are looking for “Best Bluetooth Speakers for Classical Music” in German or “Best Bluetooth Speakers for Classical Music” in English. For one thing, that would be the BenQ treVolo, which is currently not available on Amazon. And on the other hand, a very popular model: the JBL Flip 3, which can be used in a double pack for stereo playback, which should be a matter of course with classical music. But this is also currently sold out (as of January 21, 2019).
However, there is already a new version of the “JBL Flip” series: the JBL Flip 4 Bluetooth speaker. On Amazon, he has been able to secure 1.150% 78-star and 5% 10-star ratings in over 4 customer reviews so far. The suitability for playing classical music is attributed to the speaker. Other genres of music can also be played on the go as well as at home with good to very good sound. Used in a double pack, it is even possible to align the two speakers as stereo speakers and then to form a wonderful sound triangle for optimal audio enjoyment. And that with a long battery life!
In addition to the “Flip” series, JBL also has the “Charge” series. The JBL Charge 3 Bluetooth speaker is rated as often and as good as the above model. It is just as suitable as a Bluetooth speaker for classical music as it is as a power bank - because the integrated battery has a capacity of 6.000 mAh and thus ensures either up to 20 hours of music enjoyment or music and a full battery in smartphone, tablet and Co. it explicitly on the subject of classical music:
I had tried a few other products from this group beforehand - and I was dissatisfied with all of them: the sound was poor with classical music, there was constant background noise in quiet places. With the JBL, however, there is no such background noise, the sound is pure and differentiated. So especially recommended for classical music!
And I also received personal feedback on the device from a reader because I recommended the JBL Charge 3 to him as a playback device. Here are the words of praise:
Imagine, The JBL Charge 3 is already there and fully meets my expectations - a beautiful full sound that reproduces voices a bit comparable to Sonos and naturally brings across solo instruments and also a large orchestra.
I can recommend the RIVA Turbo X myself, for which you with this link can call up a test and experience report. This model has a very neutral sound with a pronounced, but not as strongly “pimped” bass as, for example, with devices from Bose. So if you're wondering which Bluetooth speakers are suitable for classical music, then I would definitely throw the RIVA Turbo X into the ring.
I also looked around in some forums and read the answers given to them along with various questions. In the end, I found two Bluetooth speakers for classical music that were recommended in a thread on the topic of “Neutral, portable speakers”. This is the KEF Muo in the human body and facts about the Denon Envaya - two representatives of the higher price range. These should particularly excel in the field in question.
Even more on the topic: Bluetooth speaker test 1/2019 by Stiftung Warentest
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Jens has been running the blog since 2012. He appears as Sir Apfelot for his readers and helps them with problems of a technical nature. In his free time he drives electric unicycles, takes photos (preferably with his iPhone, of course), climbs around in the Hessian mountains or hikes with the family. His articles deal with Apple products, news from the world of drones or solutions for current bugs.
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