Logitech UE Boombox Pro Reviews
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"In its current form is first and foremost a deluxe product. While it sounds impressive and lasts long on a single battery charge, it's too much of a fancy gadget for us to be able to give it the Silver Award."
"Don’t get me wrong, the Boom has its little quibbles – the lack of mobile volume control being a primary (and ridiculous) one; clearly a product of people who focus on their sound rather than their UI. That being said, the worst I could say about any of its faults is to use the word “quibble” – I am genuinely scraping the barrel to come up with something I dislike aside from the overly-trendy marketing and the price."
"Logitech UE's big boombox performs pretty well throughout, price considered. Portable, stylish design always comes at a price premium, but Logitech UE somehow managed to keep the boombox at the high but reasonable price of $340. You get what is arguably the best looking Bluetooth battery-powered solution out there, and it sounds acceptable to boot. The boombox has both the performance and the looks to excite and is, with a good battery life, definitely a good choice for anyone looking for a portable speaker. Looking just at the sound quality, you could probably get a wall-socketed powered dock that has comparable sound quality for around two thirds of the price; however, the sound quality is only half the product here. The combination of portability, great design, and ease of use make it worthwhile. Everything is well engineered and looks great on the boombox. Even the dull, functional rubber-base is turned into something that looks good. The Logitech UE Boombox is only really comparable to the insanely overpriced B&O PLAY speaker, which costs around three times as much as the boombox. The price is, on its own, a bit high, but this price is, if you consider that people gladly pay $600 or more for a smartphone, not out this world, especially considering this is a device that can be used pretty much anywhere. We do miss having a good way to transport this device around. A carrying strap/case/protector "thingy" for use on the move would be a very welcome addition, and we sincerely hope that either Logitech UE or third party manufacturers take this opportunity to design such a needed accessory. Another small issue is the omission of a battery-level indicator, which would have been a welcome addition utility-wise."
"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."