Finest UE speaker from Final Ears

(Pocket-lint) – Final Ears (UE) is well-known for its wonderful Bluetooth audio system, all with a particular look constructed from rubber and material supplies. They’re additionally identified for his or her shiny and vibrant color choices and large quantity buttons.

Which UE speaker is the correct one for you although? With a number of choices obtainable providing varied options at completely different worth factors, we have now damaged all of them down from the MegaBlast to the Wonderboom that can assist you discover one of the best UE speaker to fit your wants.

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UE Hyperboom



  • Bassy and daring sound
  • Wired or battery-powered

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  • No Wi-Fi or good connectivity

The Hyperboom is the most recent and best from UE, and brings completely titanic sound to the desk. It is also a little bit of a departure from the usually cylindrical design of current alternate options. 

As a Bluetooth-only speaker, it is not the neatest on the market, however for sheer sonic energy it is onerous to beat it, and the bass on provide is especially earth-shattering at excessive volumes.

Inside, there are two 114 mm woofers, two 25 mm tweeters and two 89 mm x 190 mm passive radiators. Its Bluetooth vary is 45-metres and it is stated to have a 24-hour battery life.

Should you’re on the lookout for a monster speaker that is nearly moveable, this can be a nice shout. 

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UE Megablast



  • Stable construct with IP67 safety
  • 16-hour battery life

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  • Energy Up base not included

The UE Megablast was beforehand the highest speaker within the Final Ears portfolio – the loudest and strongest aside from the Hyperboom. It provides the distinguishable UE design with large quantity buttons and a mixture of rubber and material, with an influence button on the highest and a Micro-USB port on the underside. There may be additionally a contact charging possibility however the Energy Up accent is bought individually.

The Megablast options two 25mm tweeters, two 55mm energetic drivers and two 85 x 50mm passive radiators inside for a frequency vary between 60Hz and 20kHz and a most sound stage of 93dBC. It has 360-degree sound and it is a wonderful performer when it comes to sound high quality. It additionally provides a Bluetooth vary of 45-metres and it’s suitable with the UE App and Equaliser.

The Megablast comes with Amazon Alexa built-in, changing the necessity for an Amazon Echo or Echo Dot, although we did not discover the Alexa expertise as clean as Echo, despite the fact that the sound high quality is much superior. A number of microphones are on board with beam-forming expertise and noise cancellation for far-field voice recognition, and the Megablast guarantees 16 hours of battery life.

UE Megaboom 3



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The UE Megaboom incorporates a extra seamless design than the Blast vary. It has a “Magic Button” on its prime which permits customers to play, pause and skip tracks with out utilizing their telephone, in addition to entry playlists with an extended press from providers together with Apple Music and Deezer.

The Megaboom provides 360-degree sound and delivers nice sound high quality, through two 50mm drivers and two 55 x 86mm passive radiators. It has a frequency vary between 60Hz and 20kHz, a most sound stage of 90dBA and it’s suitable with the UE App and Equaliser, while additionally providing a 45-metre Bluetooth vary.

The Megaboom does not have Alexa built-in. The UE Megaboom 3 has a battery lifetime of 20-hours although, greater than the Megablast, and charging is extra handy because of a repositioned Micro-USB port on the again and a built-in contact charging port for the Energy Up on the underside. The Energy Up is bought individually, nevertheless.

UE Megaboom



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The unique UE Megaboom is a couple of years previous and it has been changed by the Megaboom 3, although it is best to nonetheless be capable of pay money for this mannequin if you happen to so want. It provides a extra rugged design than the Megaboom 3 with a rubber band down the entrance, and it has a 3.5mm aux-in port too, one thing its alternative does not provide.

Inside, the Megaboom has the identical speaker array as the brand new mannequin with two 50mm drivers and two 55 x 86mm passive radiators. The unique Megaboom has a frequency vary between 65Hz and 20kHz, a most sound stage of 90dBA and it provides a Bluetooth vary of 30-metres.

There isn’t any Alexa functionality on the Megaboom and also you additionally do not get the “Magic Button”. It too will get a 20-hour battery life, however it’s charged through the Micro-USB port that’s on the backside of the speaker making it rather less handy. The unique Megaboom shouldn’t be suitable with the Energy Up charging dock.

UE Growth 3



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The UE Growth 3 is the smaller mannequin of the UE Megaboom 3 and the successor to the favored Growth 2. It provides the identical design because the Megaboom 3 however in a smaller and extra compact mannequin, and there are personalisation choices too if you happen to pay just a little additional via the MyBoom service. The “Magic Button” is on prime just like the Megaboom 3, providing play, pause and skip capabilities, in addition to entry to playlists (music service dependant) and also you get the extra streamlined design too.

Inside, all the things is precisely because it was on the Growth 2 so you will nonetheless get that wonderful sound. There are two 50mm drivers and two 50 x 80mm passive radiators, delivering a frequency vary between 90Hz and 20kHz and a most sound stage of 90dBA. Just like the Megaboom 3, it provides a Bluetooth vary of 45-metres and it’s suitable with the UE App and Equaliser.

The Growth 3 is not good just like the Blast, however it does provide a 15-hour battery life, which is charged through the re-located Micro-USB port on the again, or the Energy Up contact charging port on the underside.

UE Wonderboom 2



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The Wonderboom 2 updates the unique Wonderboom and brings with it stereo pairing, for many who need a extra subtle sound. It additionally options an out of doors sound button, which drops the bass and initiatives the treble, making it significantly better for listening open air.

It has two 40mm energetic drivers and two 46.1 mm x 65.2 mm passive radiators delivering a frequency vary between 75Hz and 20kHz and a most sound stage of 86dBA, or 87dBA in Outside Mode. Its Bluetooth vary is 30-metres and it’s IP67 water and dirt resistant.

The Wonderboom 2 has a 13-hour battery life, lasting just a little longer than the unique mannequin, whereas nonetheless providing the identical compact and highly effective supply of your music. Should you do not wish to stereo pair, you even have the choice to group with one other Wonderboom speaker.

UE Wonderboom



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The UE Wonderboom is the smallest and most compact Final Ears speaker however do not let that put you off. It is a good little speaker, excellent for bringing all over the place with you because of its moveable dimension, even when it has been changed by the Wonderboom 2.

There are two 40mm energetic drivers inside, coupled with two 46.1 x 65.2 mm passive radiators, delivering a frequency vary between 80Hz and 20kHz and a most sound stage of 86dBC. It solely has a 30-metre Bluetooth vary like the unique Megaboom and the Growth 2, and it is not suitable with the UE App and Equaliser however it’s nonetheless an ideal possibility. 

The Wonderboom is not a wise speaker both and it does not have any fancy options just like the Magic Button on the Megaboom 3 and Growth 3, however it’s potential to pair two Wonderboom audio system collectively and it has a 10-hour battery life, which is not dangerous given its small dimension. The Energy Up charging dock is not supported however the Micro-USB port is conveniently positioned on the again for simple entry.

Writing by Britta O’Boyle. Modifying by Luke Baker.