Is This The New Bluetooth Champion?

It looks like it’s actually $299 now 🔥
Aiwa Exos-9 Speaker (USA) –
Aiwa Exos-9 Speaker (International) –

This is one of the best portable bluetooth speakers I’ve ever had on the Unbox Therapy desk.

Here is some more info from the manufacturer –

The Exos-9 is the only portable bluetooth speaker that boasts 5 active speaker drivers, including a 6.5 inch dual voice coil subwoofer, in its category.

Other speakers in the category have NO active subwoofer and are simply not as powerful. The Exos-9 features 200 watts of continuous power where the others top out around 40 watts.

How are we able to provide more powerful, better quality sound at a better value than the others? We believe in putting more resources into our products than into TV ads and celebrity endorsements. This allows us to build the very best products and offer them at the best value.

Linking two Exos-9s is easy and provides either stereo separated (L+R) or dual stereo (LR + LR) sound. Entertain a 75-guest party that will surely draw the attention of your neighbors and local authorities.

Crank the bass, mids, or highs. Or crank them all. We won’t judge. With 4 available pre-sets you can trust our taste or fine tune the EQ to your liking. The customizable EQ makes the Exos-9 perfect for every genre of music as well as podcasts and audiobooks.

Sharing is caring, unless your friends have poor taste in music. Share control of your Exos-9 or apply the Bluetooth lock to keep it paired to your device exclusively.

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Wade Guidry says:

Milwaukee tools has the best.

Kaimana Stone says:


Lerz says:

Aiwa is a beast company,my friend has aiwa jax n3 system and it’s overpowered

Staliy TV says:

I need a Good Soundsystem….. Please help….. Seriously

Cj Wachter says:

Do a review on Marley Speakers. I have a Marley ‘Get Together’ and the thing is wicked. Its good enough to use with an iRig for a very excellent light
travel guitar rig. There’s an up-model too

Jonathan Park says:

How does this compare to Sonos Play:5 in terms of sound quality?

JimmyJames82 says:

If I can hear your voice over the music then it’s not loud enough

SonicRecords says:

Aiwa? Przecież Sony zrobił z nią w 2003/4 to samo co Panasonic z Sanyo, wykupił i uśmiercił aby pozbyć sie konkurencji

8 bitter says:

Aiwa is back

Michael Wren says:

Time to replace my vintage Pioneer XC-L5.


If you’re not getting down to at least 40 hz with a bluetooth speaker most music is a little harder to enjoy

Sasaki Haise says:

Auxiliary if you maybe need it? Fuck outta here aux trumps bluetooth on 24 bit 96khz songs 24/7, especially with the LG quad dac

Isabella Schmidt says:

examination proposed peer procedure grant integrity study.

Cat Pusic says:

I never seen one of those speaker before

Adrian Adriano says:

I will not buy another Bluetooth speaker until they put a radio in it !!! After they charge so much money for those speakers , at least they can put a radio in it!!!!!!!!! Sometimes I would like to listen to radio and talk on my phone at the same time 😉 hint..hint..

Rhett Krecic says:

I wonder what frequencies it was hitting at in the end. It managed to keep clipping the mic as it hit the the deep lows.

kazakh mustang says:

Aiwa what a name. I would buy it just for the name.

ELPLAK says:

Phantom is the answer

TheKHfan358over3d says:

Imagine buying 2 of these for a Surround setup? that would be amazing

Phúc Lương Hữu says:

can you make review a harman/kardon aura studio speaker

robertsmith says:

The b&o a1 and a2 are the best smallest speakers ….I have the a1 cause I got it used … couldn’t afford the a2 but I’ve tested the a2 on bandh and is better than bose

Marco Filho says:

Aiwa made the best microsystems back in the day…

[SD]ViRuZ says:

i stay with the JBL Boombox tbh

carlo evan says:

I want the list of your songs on your playlist

Shawn Burk says:

Can you please tell me your thoughts on this speaker in a hatch back?

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