Kitsound Boombar Bluetooth Speaker Review

The Kitsound Boombar portable speaker is slick looking with a soft rubbery feel. With an odd design, it lets you stand it on its back, on its end, or propped up with the coin stand. Since there is no power adapter, you must charge the Kitsound Boombar with the USB to a computer or a phone charger lying around. While most of us wouldn’t try to stream music or other audio from far distances, this rechargeable speaker’s range is about 10 meters (32 ft).

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Update: It seems the original version has been discontinued in favor of the Kitsound Boombar 2. You can view and or buy it on Amazon:

Music clips used are not owned by me but are property of the artists. I do not intend to infringe any copyrighted music or brands. They are simply used to demonstrate the speaker.


Robbie Campbell says:

Does this come charged?

Carl Yemi says:

Very good speaker bought one yesterday

Nicole Adeyemi says:

can it work using laptops?

Cardinal Ximenez says:

This has got to be the least professional review I’ve ever seen. Go to Ashens’ channel, he’s great

jody freese says:

hows the volume outside?

femmy lawrence says:

very nice speaker , got mine yesterday

Neechie Lit says:

bought this for 20$ at walgreens 🙂

G koleey says:

have this bild in mic Does anyone know?

selah charles says:

how far do you need to be, to still be connected with the speaker. example if i had it in my room and i took my phone down stairs would it still play.

Rich Uhuy says:

check the latest price on this link, and there are many choices or UK

StormOneUK says:

Hidden behind the cover on the USB socket end is a SD slot.

Anybody tried using it?

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