The Anker SoundCore 2 is a fantastic speaker for the price, with features like water resistance and long battery life. The sound quality could be better but it’s hard to think of another product at this level which offers so many extra benefits!
- 24-hour battery life
- Extremely affordable
- Water resistant
- Average sound quality
- Not loud enough outdoors
- Anemic bass
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Anker SoundCore 2 Overview
The Anker SoundCore 2 Bluetooth speaker is a breath of fresh air for anyone who has had to put up with crappy sound quality when they’re out and about. This durable, affordable device promises robust-sounding audio without breaking your bank account or sacrificing quality in other areas such as frequency range; it’s perfect!
The Anker SoundCore 2 speaker is a ruggedized and water-resistant device that can give you 24 hours of battery life for under $50, which makes it an incredible value. While there are many speakers in its category with better-sounding audio quality or longer-lasting batteries, this one still holds up well against them thanks to its affordability!
The Anker SoundCore 2 has a generic-looking design and is not pleasing to look at. The front of the speaker contains two 6 watt drivers, while on the sides you’ll find a water-resistant flap that covers its micro USB charging port as well as a 3.5mm aux for older devices; however these features can be found in other speakers with similar designs without having this one being special or unique about itself – just another plain black box!
The build quality of the SoundCore 2 is excellent and can withstand a lot. I love that it’s water-resistant so you don’t have to worry about getting dirty while out in nature, but just remember this isn’t IPX7 waterproof like my UE Wonderboom was (I think).
The Anker SoundCore 2 is one of the smallest speakers you can find, and it still packs a punch. Its bar shape makes this portable speaker easy to carry around wherever your day takes you without being too heavy or bulky in size – perfect for any trip!
The sound quality of the Anker SoundCore 2 is average, though miles better than playing music from your smartphone speaker. While it’s nicely balanced and sounds clear at low volumes for reading in bed or watching movies on airplane flights – when you want some extra bass then this might not be what you’re looking for as there are moments with electronic dance music where they lack depth (although high frequencies still come through well).
We wanted to like the Anker SoundCore 2 since it has an amazing sound quality for its size, but we found ourselves constantly ending up with a competitors’ UE Wonderboom speaker when sitting right next door at coffee shops and comparing them. The louder volume is not loud enough in our opinion – there’s just no comparison!
The Anker SoundCore 2 has more bass than similarly-sized speakers, but sounds strained and lacks power. In contrast with the competition that only lasts 10 hours on average or less at full volume before running out of battery life respectively, this product offers 24-hour playback which can be great for long trips without needing to worry about plugging it in every few hours due to lack thereof!
The Anker SoundCore 2 can make calls and be used with voice assistants like Siri or Google. Simply press the play/pause button to activate your phone’s assistant, while using the speakerphone; callers reported that they could hear me loud and clear during our test run-through!
The Anker SoundCore 2 is a compact Bluetooth speaker that packs in more than just sound. It features water resistance, an impressive 24-hour battery life, and sturdy construction for DJs who need to lug their speakers around on stage or workers needing reliable transportation devices while completing maintenance jobs outside of buildings. We loved this little guy because he not only boasts high volumes from such limited space but has excellent bass response too!
The UE Wonderboom is a fantastic choice if you want 360-degree audio, waterproofing, and better sound. However, the bass may not be enough for some people who like deeper sounds because of its smaller size compared to other models on this list such as JBL Charge 3 which has much louder speakers but lasts just as long though it’s larger than Anker in every aspect so depends what kind of user are looking forward too!
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