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Logitech UE Boom Pro Reviews

techPowerUp!‘s review Edit

UE's BOOM is a great piece of kit! It is, despite its high price, totally worth it if you want a boombox that is portable and suitable for at-home use. Its design is durable and well laid-out, and the number of features is simply staggering. The only slight nuisance when it comes to the user interface is the app because it lacks a button to set two BOOMS up like the last time you used them. The sound quality is really good for its size, and while it is not quite on par with the more expensive Boombox, it is no slouch either, and the fact that it is smaller and plays for 15 hours on end is simply amazing. The design is great. Everyone I have come across immediately liked them and that says a lot. The material selection and finish is incredible for a $200 product; it both looks and functions like you want it to, which is a lot to ask of a small, portable speaker. The fact that they look great is quite important since they do take up some room, and you can get them in a lot of different color schemes as well. This speaker is for those who want an extremely easy way to get wireless sound on the go or around their home. Technically, the sound quality cannot match that of a fully wired up system, but it is good enough for MP3s and non-critical listening.
9.0 Rated at:

Published on:
Jul 02, 2013

CNET Reviews‘s review Edit

The UE Boom is one those products that grows on you the more you use it. Judging it purely from an audiophile perspective, it has some shortcomings, particularly in the bass department. But on a less nitpicky level, it's a well-designed compact speaker with sleek looks, good build quality, and long battery life. It also happens to be water- and stain-resistant, making you more confident about taking it places -- and perching it in spots -- that might seem a little precarious for other speakers. Where the speaker excels is outdoor use. If you trot it out at the next barbecue, you're sure to get a guest or two asking what company makes it and what it costs. Yeah, it's a bit pricey at $200, but once you use it for a while, I don't think you'll regret buying it. It bests our recent outdoor Bluetooth favorite, the Grace Digital Ecoxgear Ecoxbt, on nearly every front -- design, features, audio quality, and battery life -- except for price. Of course, if you have any doubts about the Logitech, buy it from a place that has a decent return policy and give it a test run yourself. Just make sure to try it indoors and outdoors before you make your final decision.
8.0 Rated at:

Published on:
Jun 18, 2013

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