5 Great Bluetooth Speakers Under 2000

Bluetooth speakers are more of an essential than an optional technology in today’s world, as you often require an easy and light sound system on the go. The issue that arises however is that most good quality portable speakers are on the pricey side. To make your decision easier, here are five of the top portable Bluetooth speakers available under Rs. 2000:



Priced at Rs. 1990, the JBL Go is probably the best option in this price range. Compact and light weight, this small speaker is easy to carry around and has crystal clear sound. The bass, while not very powerful, is perfect for the price tag. Available in a range of colours including black, red, blue and orange, the speaker has a protective rubber coating and still has a high-end look. Easily connected to Bluetooth, the JBL Go can be used to answer phone calls as well, using its inbuilt microphone. With a USB connector and quick charging battery, the speaker has a playback life of approximately 5 hours.

Logitech X100


The Logitech X100 is undisputedly a great portable Bluetooth speaker with a pleasing price tag of Rs. 1500. Small and lightweight, you can easily carry this speaker in your hand or clip in on to your bag using the included lanyard cable. The added rubber coating helps you keep a grip on it and the bright and bold coloured options (blue and orange or black and green) make it stand out.

With a good bass and a battery life of 5 hours, this speaker is good in open or closed spaces. The Logitech X100 can be connected via Bluetooth or even using a 3.5mm cable. The inbuilt mic allows you to answer call from the speaker itself, with a connectivity range of up to 10 meters.

Philips Wireless Portable Speaker


This portable Bluetooth speaker is one of the more attractive looking portable options, with a sleek and compact look. The treble sounds are extremely clear and the bass is deep and loud enough to use this speaker outdoors. It also features a good and simple Bluetooth connectivity that can be used to answer calls as well. There is a USB port as well as 3.5mm port. The charging speed is quick and the battery life of the speaker is one of the best in this category with 6 hours of power. The speaker is available at a price of Rs. 1800.

Amkette Trubeats Metal 2


Priced at Rs. 1900, the Amkette Trubeats Metal 2 is compact but not small enough to fit in your pockets. The body is solid metal with a protective rubber coating. The metal drum body strengthens the bass and delivers a loud and crystal clear sound that does not crack even at high volumes. The speaker has a number of connectivity options including, Bluetooth with a range of up to 10 meters, a 3.5mm AUX port and a USB port. You can even play music through a microSD card. There is are buttons for play, pause and adjusting the volume as well. With the second-best battery life in this price range, the Amkette Trubeats lasts up to 7 hours with a charging time of only 3 hours.

Portronics Pure Sound

5The Portronics Pure Sound is a more budget-friendly Bluetooth speaker that is priced at Rs. 1299.

This speaker outclasses its competitors with a battery life of 8 hours. This is also one of the only speakers that comes with inbuilt FM. Connectivity options include Bluetooth, a USB port and a microSD port that is expandable up to 32GB of memory.

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by techtalks @TechTalks October 4, 2016 5:15 AM UTC


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