UE Hyperboom review

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  • UE Hyperboom
  • UE Hyperboom

Specs / Features


Wireless
Wireless Inputs Bluetooth
Bluetooth Profiles A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile), AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile)
Warranty (Months) 24 months
Release date 25-February-2020
Size 36.4 x 19 x 19 cm (14.3 x 7.5 x 7.5 in)
Weight 5900 grams
(208.27 ounces)

Critic Reviews


Cnet

A jumbo portable Bluetooth speaker with impressive sound

from Cnet

Ultimately, this is the portable speaker for someone who's tired of sacrificing sound quality for size. Yes, it's bigger, heavier and pricier than all those compact Bluetooth speakers out there. But it looks and sounds more like a "real" speaker in your home and is still portable when you want to take it on the go.

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Ultimately, this is the portable speaker for someone who's tired of sacrificing sound quality for size. Yes, it's bigger, heavier and pricier than all those compact Bluetooth speakers out there. But it looks and sounds more like a "real" speaker in your home and is still portable when you want to take it on the go.

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Gadget Guy

Loud, proud and heavy

from Gadget Guy
Ultimate Ears HYPERBOOM is a beauty and a beast. As a beauty, I would definitely consider this for general music listening – with the caveat that BT is SBC – MP3 radio quality sound. For better sound use the AUX-IN or Optical inputs. A pair (in stereo) would be refined enough for lounge room us...More
Ultimate Ears HYPERBOOM is a beauty and a beast. As a beauty, I would definitely consider this for general music listening – with the caveat that BT is SBC – MP3 radio quality sound. For better sound use the AUX-IN or Optical inputs. A pair (in stereo) would be refined enough for lounge room use. As a beast, there is little to compete with these for transportability, volume, music quality and battery life.
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Wired

Hyper sound

from Wired

With 24 hours of battery life, an IPX4 rating, and astonishingly good sound, it's the large Bluetooth speaker to beat.

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With 24 hours of battery life, an IPX4 rating, and astonishingly good sound, it's the large Bluetooth speaker to beat.

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Modern Accessory Review

An incredible speaker

from Modern Accessory Review

Being a big fan of the JBL Boombox, the Hyperboom is now in my opinion its biggest competitor with that incredible audio. Thanks to the portability, good enough durability, audio, and the app this speaker is definitely meant for those of you who want to use this for events or parties whether its inside or outside.

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Being a big fan of the JBL Boombox, the Hyperboom is now in my opinion its biggest competitor with that incredible audio. Thanks to the portability, good enough durability, audio, and the app this speaker is definitely meant for those of you who want to use this for events or parties whether its inside or outside.

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Sound Guys

A bigger boom

from Sound Guys

If you like UE but felt like its previous offerings weren't loud enough to power your parties, then the Hyperboom is perfect for you. Sure it's expensive, but it fills a niche that UE couldn't previously fill.

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If you like UE but felt like its previous offerings weren't loud enough to power your parties, then the Hyperboom is perfect for you. Sure it's expensive, but it fills a niche that UE couldn't previously fill.

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Digital Trends

Big bass in a Bluetooth speaker

from Digital Trends

The UE Hyperboom is a big speaker, and an even bigger step for the brand. Just about everything about this speaker, from its assortment of features to its roof-raising sound, is designed to take the household Bluetooth landscape by storm. Even without the Wi-Fi, competitors may want to batten down the hatches.

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The UE Hyperboom is a big speaker, and an even bigger step for the brand. Just about everything about this speaker, from its assortment of features to its roof-raising sound, is designed to take the household Bluetooth landscape by storm. Even without the Wi-Fi, competitors may want to batten down the hatches.

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