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If you want to play your music loud and proud for the whole world to hear — no matter where you choose to be — you need a Bluetooth speaker. We've picked some of the best Bluetooth speakers for just about any occasion.
The $85 Anker Soundcore Motion+ waterproof Bluetooth speaker is a loud, high-quality portable speaker that you can also use by the pool. It comes with rich customizable sound, great connectivity, and the long battery life you'll need on those long summer nights.
If you're looking for Bose Bluetooth speaker deals this Prime Day, the Bose SoundLink Revolve (Series II) is $70 off and will get you high-quality surround sound. Best of all, you can bring this solid speaker with you to the beach and not worry about it getting a little dirty.
The Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Wireless Earbuds are $30 cheaper this Prime Day, and a great addition to your home office setup. With four microphones you can make crisper calls, but you'll also get the bonus of amazing battery life, personalized audio, and convenient touch controls.
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Marshall's first entry to the true wireless earbud space is a pair of great-sounding earbuds that perfectly exemplify the company's affinity for loud rock and roll. Save for a few omissions like active noise cancellation, the Mode IIs provide some welcome competition to alternatives from Samsung, Jabra, and Apple.