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Love listening to music in the shower and are looking for the best Bluetooth shower speaker? You'll want a speaker with an IP rating for dust and water resistance. An IPX7-rated speaker can be fully immersed in water for up to thirty minutes at a depth of up to one meter, while another with an IPX6 rating can withstand high-pressure jets from a nozzle like your shower head. So you can't immerse an IPX6-rated speaker in water, and IPX7-rated speakers aren't designed to withstand being in direct contact with high-pressure water jets, so it's best to avoid placing them directly under the stream of water. Also, just like you can't easily hear your audio underwater, placing an IPX6-rated speaker directly under the water stream will likely affect its sound quality, even when it's designed to withstand these conditions.

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On the other hand, some manufacturer manuals advise against using waterproof speakers in the shower despite their IP rating. These ratings don't account for different types of water exposure like salty, soapy, or chlorinated water, so you may have to either rinse the speaker off with fresh water after exposure or completely avoid exposure, depending on what the manufacturer specifies. Also, frequently exposing your speaker to either soapy or salty water is bound to deteriorate the speaker's surface build over time, especially if it's wrapped in fabric as opposed to silicone or plastic. Some manufacturers advise against placing speakers in environments hotter than 95F (35C) too, so it's best to avoid putting them in direct contact with your shower water if you like your water hotter. It's also generally good practice to ensure your speaker's ports are completely dry before using and recharging them.

We've tested over 105 speakers, and below you'll find our recommendations for the best speakers to use in the shower. If you're looking for more speakers, check out our picks for the best Bluetooth speakers, the best waterproof Bluetooth speakers, and the best cheap speakers.

This speaker is available in several colors, and if you catch a sale, you may find some of these variants at an even more affordable price. Regardless, this speaker's sound quality is worth the extra cost, especially if you're an avid audiophile. With its 360-degree design, it easily fills up your bathroom with sound from all angles. Voices and lead instruments reproduce with accuracy right out of the box, and the extra boom in the bass is ideal for genres like EDM and hip-hop. Best of all, its companion app gives you access to a graphic EQ and presets to customize its sound before your next shower. In or out of the bathroom, this speaker's versatile performance makes it a stand-out pick.

If you're looking for a more affordable shower speaker, check out the Bose SoundLink Flex. This portable Bluetooth speaker is designed to withstand exposure to the elements, so you enjoy a great sound while in the shower. Like the Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM 3, it's rated IP67 for dust and water resistance, and the manufacturer says it can float in water. It also comes with a built-in strap, which is handy if you want to hang the speaker from a shower caddy while you rinse off. It can even withstand drops to the floor, which is great for use in a slippery environment.

The Ultimate Ears WONDERBOOM 3 is another great shower speaker available at a more wallet-friendly price. Like our top picks, it's advertised to be more than suitable for listening in the shower, with an IP67 rating as well as the manufacturer's claim that it can float in water. This portable Bluetooth speaker is made of recycled plastic and comes in many colors to meet your preferences. It's lightweight and easy to transport, and its built-in hook means you can hang it from your caddy while you shower. The manufacturer says it can withstand small bumps and drops, which is great.

This budget-friendly speaker is a great choice for all sorts of music genres since it reproduces voices and lead instruments with clarity and detail right out of the box. Its large controls make it easy to adjust the volume while in the shower, and while it doesn't get quite as loud as the Bose SoundLink Flex, it still fills an average-sized bathroom with sound without issue. The over 22-hour battery life means you can continue the party well after your shower and don't have to worry about recharging it regularly. For the price, it's a versatile pick.

The Anker Soundcore Flare 2 is a great budget-friendly speaker that'll get you a good bang for your buck. It's rated IPX7 for water resistance, meaning you can immerse it in up to a meter of water for 30 minutes. Since the manufacturer doesn't specify whether or not you can expose it to soapy water, we recommend placing it somewhere in your shower where it won't get soap splashed onto it, like in the corner of your shower or on top of your shower caddy. While it doesn't float in water, it has a graphic EQ and presets that give you more control over its sound profile. It features customizable RGB lights and can even support voice assistants from your smartphone.

If you're looking for an introductory shower speaker that won't break the bank, check out the Anker Soundcore 2. It's a cheap speaker with an IPX7 rating for water resistance, so you can bring it with you in the shower or leave it on your bathroom counter while you sing along. It offers a solid and sturdy build, and it's available in many different colors to meet your needs, with large buttons on the sides for easy volume control. Since it lasts over 15 hours off a single charge, you don't have to worry about recharging it regularly.

This speaker is suitable for listening to different audio content, too. As you sing along in the shower, voices and lead instruments reproduce clearly and accurately, and it gets loud enough to fill your bathroom with sound. It doesn't bring as much bass as the Anker Soundcore Flare 2, though this isn't a big issue if you don't listen to a lot of bass-heavy genres. It's not as customizable since it lacks an EQ or bass and treble adjustments. Still, if you want a simple plug-and-play device that's waterproof, it's a great pick at a budget-friendly price.

Smart speakers are a great choice for hands-free control of your device. With built-in voice assistant features, you can control them using only your voice, so you can add ingredients to your shopping list or text a friend while in the shower. The Sonos Roam is the best we've tested for shower use, and it's rated IP67, meaning it can be submerged in a meter of water for up to thirty minutes without issue. Its built-in Alexa and Google Assistant support offers a fantastic performance, so it has no trouble hearing you, even under the rush of the showerhead.

Our recommendations above are what we think are currently the best Bluetooth shower speakers for most people to buy, according to their needs. We factor in the price (cheaper speakers win over pricier ones if the difference isn't worth it), feedback from our visitors, and availability (no speakers that are difficult to find or almost out of stock everywhere).

If you'd like to choose for yourself, here's the list of all our reviews for speakers with an IPX5 rating or higher for water resistance. Be careful not to get caught up in the details. There are no perfect speakers. Personal taste, preference, and listening habits will matter more in your selection.

The performance far exceeds my expectations. If you can unscrew a soda bottle, you can install it, and the sound quality is excellent. The light effect isn't that dramatic, but the bf chose disco shower, and so he got the disco shower. A super fun gift, and now we all sing in the shower. Mornings are definitely improved.

Absolutely no complaints. I can finally hear podcasts clearly in the shower. I have yet to listen to music with it, but I imagine it's a great speaker for that, too. One of the nice features is that the speaker turns on as soon as the water is running but doesn't automatically shut off when stopping the water.

For each new round of tests, I begin by giving all of the new models a long listen. I connect them via Bluetooth to my Samsung Galaxy S10 phone and play the same four test tracks: two pop/folk, one heavy rock, and one jazz. I compare the speakers not only with each other but also with some of our previous picks.

I also measured the maximum Bluetooth range of all our picks by placing my Samsung Galaxy S10 phone indoors, in a window, and carrying the speaker away in my backyard until the connection became unreliable. I then measured the distance.

For models that offer speakerphone functionality, I tried placing a call with each model to Wirecutter senior staff writer Lauren Dragan or Wirecutter contributor Dennis Burger, both of whom have helped me evaluate speakerphone quality for years. I spoke to them from the same place in my kitchen, starting with my mouth 2 feet from the speaker. I noted how the speaker sounded to me, and they told me how my voice sounded on their end.

With the Mega Bass function activated, the SRS-XG300 has a well-balanced sound and an unusually clear midrange, which means voices sound especially natural for a speaker in this price range. (With Mega Bass off, the sound thinned out too much for our taste.) The maximum measured volume was just 90.2 dB, but to our ears it seemed louder; unfortunately, the unpredictable operation of the volume limiters in these speakers makes any volume measurements a mere approximation.

The Hyperboom also offers a few unusual features. First is an optical digital audio input, which makes it easy to connect the speaker to TV sets for louder, fuller sound. (You have to control the volume on the Hyperboom, though.) Next is a top-mounted ring switch that lets you choose between two Bluetooth sources and select the optical and analog inputs. Through the app, you can connect the unit to any number of additional Hyperbooms, as well as any speakers from the Ultimate Ears Boom and Megaboom lines. 041b061a72

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