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  • Published on Jul 4, 2022 veröffentlicht
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  • Brandan Gaspar
    Brandan Gaspar 5 months ago +1569

    You know it's quality when you can reassemble it, have extra screws left over, and it still doesn't sound half bad

    • Jrelech Relech
      Jrelech Relech 2 months ago

      Lol!! Ive done this a thousand times. Always have extra screw after reassemble. 😆 🤣 😂 😹 😆

    • Clorox Bleach
      Clorox Bleach 3 months ago

      Nah that’s actually most products

    • CDG
      CDG 3 months ago

      Found the Priest

    • Bradley Seewalt-Boman
      Bradley Seewalt-Boman 4 months ago

      LMFGAO 😂🤣🥲😅

    • Sphynx93
      Sphynx93 4 months ago

      @Steelie 🤣👌

  • László Szemán
    László Szemán 5 months ago +468

    I have read a review on the german amazon from a guy who discovered a potential flaw caused by the buoyant design. He took it from indoors to outdoors on a hot day and noticed that the passive radiators bulged out completely. It is caused by the expansion of the air trapped inside due to the temperature increase. He stopped listening to music to avoid damaging the speakers from the inside. He backed it up by pictures too. It would be interesting to see that tested here with a brand new unit.

    • Stephen Gill
      Stephen Gill 3 months ago +1

      When the battery eventually fails can it still play music when plugged in or does it become a brick?

    • beforebefore
      beforebefore 3 months ago +1

      Fake.
      If this were true, imagine what would happen when they are shipped by air freight... over the 15-20 hour flight from Asia to the US, the Air trapped inside would completely blow out the drivers (at least one) on every single unit.
      In the real world of water-resistant and water proof product design, we use materials like Gore-tex patches... a very small piece of waterproof material that allows air molecules to pass through, but the material weave openings are far too small for water to pass through.
      Yes these do allow air to pass through making them not technically air-tight, but they pass air (um... yeah) so slow that it has zero effect on sound reproduction quality.
      So they can't build. up. internal. pressure... UNLESS SOMEONE PLUGS UP THE PATCH... which is most likely what that person did... or there's the so-slight possibility that the patch material is defective... but this is a very mature technology.

    • Azazel
      Azazel 4 months ago +3

      @axeami135 "the majority of people actually do have a few syringes in the house"
      no they don't lmao, maybe in your neighborhood ^^

    • Azazel
      Azazel 4 months ago +3

      @axeami135 I like how you immediately rush to claim he faked it and for some reason did something on purpose

    • Like Bot
      Like Bot 5 months ago +3

      Sounds like it's a good thing they don't put carbonation in carbonated drinks or they'd all explode.
      I don't need to type like tHiS for you to see I'm dripping with sarcasm.

  • tecnogadget2
    tecnogadget2 5 months ago +308

    As a sound engineer:
    Silk tweeters are pretty common on the audio industry, they *usually* are less harsh than metal ones and they have a more mellow sound to them. Ofc quality may vary that statement.

    • tecnogadget2
      tecnogadget2 4 months ago +4

      @alphabuilders bose has one of the best noice cancellation in the markey and that’s undeniable. But as the say goes “no high, no lows, it must be bose”. They are super midrange focus

    • tecnogadget2
      tecnogadget2 4 months ago +1

      @Brandon Chutt That niche is not one that i route for. You loss a LOT of quality by using Bluetooth, since it’s not capable of transmitting lossless audio. You’ll need to make up for the deficiencies in multiple ways. IMO you’re better by using in ear headphones like the Samsungs pro than wasting a lot of money for a open ear experience. If you’re going for Audiophile headphones, then go by wire and use studio monitoring headphones for passive isolation (Sennheiser 380Pro type of headphones).

    • alphabuilders
      alphabuilders 4 months ago +4

      @Vlad Lucian Apple and Bose? Much you have to learn young padawan.

    • Brandon Chutt
      Brandon Chutt 5 months ago

      @Vlad Lucian What about Bowers and Wilkins px7?

    • Vlad Lucian
      Vlad Lucian 5 months ago +1

      ​@Brandon Chutt I'm not an engineer, only an audio enthusiast and honestly if you're in the market for good sound cancelling headphones Bose and Apple do it the best right now. Bose has better sound cancelling but Apple's headphones sound better. Although I've heard of some reliability problems with Apple. And their case is stupid. I'd go with the Bose personally. But I'm not a huge headphone guy. I'm more into speakers.

  • Henry Parker
    Henry Parker 5 months ago +229

    Man I would love it if this "Partycast" was an open standard, so all speakers could link up and place nice.

    • brandon husted
      brandon husted 4 months ago +1

      some devices allow for multiple audio outputs to different Bluetooth devices, my Samsung s21 has it and works good

    • NoLongo
      NoLongo 5 months ago +3

      @Alastair Holland and iOS HAD this feature in a beta, but then removed it and locked down to only sound share between airpods.

    • Alastair Holland
      Alastair Holland 5 months ago +9

      If you use Android you can sync any bluetooth speakers together to use as many as you want

    • Raiden
      Raiden 5 months ago +2

      @marsrover001 jbl partybox's allow you to do that and Sony's gtk speakers to

    • marsrover001
      marsrover001 5 months ago +29

      Yeah, sadly every manufacturer made their own party link standard. I wish they all had aux out so you could just link them manually.

  • ILoveApple & Youtube🇺🇦

    two full range drivers and two passive radiators… this thing is basically a JBL knockoff.

  • Altema22
    Altema22 5 months ago +130

    Well, the rugged bits are not the silk parts, but you already knew that 😉
    Silk dome tweeters are known for clarity without harshness and have been around for a while. I have them in my 11 speaker system in the car, and they make close proximity speakers more enjoyable 😊

    • Øystein
      Øystein 3 months ago

      @Max L You litteraly copied the description of what a driver in a speaker system is and you still do not get it!?🤣 You just proved me right dude.. Just like I have been sayikg all the time... 1x tweeter driver + 1x mid driver + 1x bass driver = ONE complete 3 way fullrange speaker system.
      Or you could use a single fullrange driver but that is not as good as a 2 or 3 way speaker. You litteraly proved my point👌😅 Brilliant!

    • Øystein
      Øystein 3 months ago

      @Max L I have 5 speakers in my car. A pair in the front doors, a pair in the back doors and a sub in the trunk. The front pair consist of a driver that plays bass and mids and a tweeter for the highs in each side. Same for the back door. By your logic I have 9 speakers. But I don't. I have 9 speaker drivers that make up 4 pairs of speakers + a dedicated subwoofer.
      LOL! B&O etc never claim they have that many speakers ik the car.. They have that amount of drivers. The car manufactures however counts every driver as a speaker just to make it sound cool on paper. This is a well known fact.
      Your bluetooth speaker sounds like it has 2 active drivers (Left and right channel) and 2 passive drivers (instead of bassreflex ports). That is stereo built into in one speaker.
      A "bookshelf" speaker is just a speaker.. The "bookshelf" part is just because they CAN fit on a bookshelf. But that is rearly recomended placement since it would not sound as good as it would on a dedicated stand. I see you have mo knowlage about this at all. I have been doing this for over 30 years so stop trying to change well known facts. That is what trolls do.

    • Max L
      Max L 3 months ago

      @Øystein Yes exactly, you need 2 speakers to make a 2-way component setup. Heres more knowledge for you: "A driver is usually a specific speaker such as a woofer for bass, tweeter for treble or perhaps a "full range driver". The term speaker can be used for all the above" Your point is irrelevant

    • Øystein
      Øystein 3 months ago

      @Max L You need 2 speaker DRIVERS to make ONE 2way speaker. Please understand the most basic difference.
      Yes it did actually have something to do with what we are talking about. And please notice it says "speaker DRIVER" in every article... A dedicated tweeter driver + a speaker driver for the mids and lows = ONE 2way speaker. Every manufacturer in the world can tell you this. So stop trying to change the facts. I repeat: Learn the difference between speaker DRIVERS and a complete speaker.

    • Max L
      Max L 3 months ago

      @Øystein So how many speakers does your car have then? I rather listen to brands like Bang olufsen and Bowers wilkins who say there are 15+ speakers in their car systems. Your opinion is irrelevant you are just some random dude on youtube. Also you have home speakers, I have bluetooth speaker which consists of 4 speakers. But thats why its called as "one" because its a 'bluetooth' speaker same thing with 'home' speaker. Another example, Bowers & wilkins 686 is called a bookshelf speaker or standmount speaker. Its not called just speaker, because that would be technically incorrect.

  • Tristen Brown
    Tristen Brown 5 months ago +23

    Soundcore does indeed have pretty good speakers. I've been using one I got from prom a couple years ago and it is sick

  • Christopher Morin
    Christopher Morin 5 months ago +18

    Love the Anker Soundcore products. Still rocking my Soundcore2 from 3 years ago. Also, nice to see even that more modern big speaker still has an aux port. ^u^

    • lazybones79
      lazybones79 5 months ago

      @Georgie well, they sell pretty cheap stuff, and you can hear it.

    • Tisser Monihen
      Tisser Monihen 5 months ago +2

      I use my Soundcore 2 at work every day. They messed up our radio in the kitchen area of our restaurant so we went a long time without music and that's not okay, so I picked one up thinking it would be loud enough to hear at least at my station. Nope, it fills our entire server aisle at around 80% volume and we use it almost all week before it needs charged again. Oh, and it sounds amazing. I was debating getting one of these Boom pro models for larger outdoor gatherings and floats, this video pretty much confirmed it.

    • Georgie
      Georgie 5 months ago +3

      Love my soundcore Q10 as well, anker is underrated generally for their products, which happens to be really well made and quality actually.

  • TechDove
    TechDove 5 months ago +75

    Anker is the only brand I trust for chargers and power banks, I love my soundcore motion+ speaker as well.
    Anker is forever goated for aftermarket accessories in my opinion.

    • Yxnder ツ
      Yxnder ツ 5 months ago +1

      I concur. I've had my Anker soundcore boost for nearly 2 years, small titanium $60 speaker that has put more expensive and "luxury" speakers to shame, still as good as new.

    • Rathbone
      Rathbone 5 months ago +2

      To chime in, Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro have to be one of the better purchases of my life.

    • Toobs kuiks
      Toobs kuiks 5 months ago +3

      I got the soundcore 3, amazing thing

    • SinJon
      SinJon 5 months ago +1

      They make pretty decent cameras and vacuums too with their Eufy sub brand

    • Eduardo Avila
      Eduardo Avila 5 months ago

      Well, i may had bad luck, but out of 2 anker dongles i got, 2 sucked hard... I got two different models, in different stores, several months apart. And one even gave a finantial loss.
      The power expand+ 5 in 1 (a8338) heats like hell if i plug more than 1 port. Like ethernet and hdmi, or ethernet and usb, or usb and hdmi. It drains my macbook m1 battery like crazy, same for my asus flow x13. It kinda works tho, but i don't like using it and risking damaging my usb-c ports.
      The power expand+ 8 with PD (a8380) was the worst. It's ethernet disconnects every few minutes, sometimes doesnt comeback even disconnecting the hub. It fails often to passthrough the charging to the laptop, and it's hdmi is flaky at best, with it usually messing up the resolution (the resolution is right but it centers the image in the screen and compresses it and destroys the quality). This happens in any laptop i use it in. In my mac i was never able to use hdmi and charging at the same time.
      And this one KILLED my working laptop, it wouldn't charge anymore, even without the hub, i got it replaced thankfully, but it burned the charging circuit.

  • Ismail Ahmed
    Ismail Ahmed 4 months ago +8

    I absolutely love soundcore products. A respectable price point for guaranteed quality. They have not done me wrong yet!

  • The Rolling Troll
    The Rolling Troll 5 months ago +5

    Hah, pleasant surprise; Silk domes made to look like metal domes. I'll take silk, any time. Also good to see a lightweight woofer with a passive resonator. If filtered and powered correctly this should produce a pretty decent low-end without being overly boxy or hollow.
    Props for this review, Zack.
    You seem to know more about how audio works than most people who regularly review audio products. I won't drop any names, but it sure as hell isn't Quinn, the dude knows his stuff :D.
    Anker is definitely one of my goto brands for USB/power pheripherals. I can imagine that, if they paired with a half decent company, they may make a half decent speaker. I'd love to compare this to my (still unbeatable) IKEA Eneby 20 in a video. Let's see if I can win one ;).

  • Tanner Kennedy
    Tanner Kennedy 5 months ago +3

    I got the soundcore select pro for a float trip this weekend and it survived sand, being splashed by water, the heat and also was able to charge my phone. Sounded great and gets very loud. Would recommend. I thought what I bought was what he reviewed but it was not. Still a good product.

  • derbagger22
    derbagger22 5 months ago +15

    I was going to be surprised that you didn't know tweeters could be made from silk. I should have known better. I am impressed with this speaker, I might look into buying one.

    • Beatyoubeach YT
      Beatyoubeach YT 5 months ago

      I didn't know you can make speakers 1/50 The size of the human hair My headphones have it it's called a planar magnetic and it's expensive or cheap you can make them either way.

    • The Rolling Troll
      The Rolling Troll 5 months ago

      Most half-decent tweeters are soft/silk dome. Some are metal domes, which I try to avoid in most cases (exceptions exist. Canton for instance does a pretty good metal dome).
      You can imagine that if you have something resonate at high frequencies, you want it to not be to rattl-y.

  • Nathan Alvarez
    Nathan Alvarez 5 months ago +7

    Telling you man, people are sleeping on this brand. I have a souncore select 2 and anker headphones. Absolutely love them🤘🤘

  • Josh Ortiz
    Josh Ortiz 5 months ago

    It definitely sounds nice! Have not liked a lot of their products! Wonder if they are finally trying to improve what the put out!

  • Brad Pitstop
    Brad Pitstop 4 months ago

    I have tried many speakers but these are simply the best. The equalizer function allows for customization. Simply recommendable !

  • Matheus Moreira
    Matheus Moreira 5 months ago +4

    What's ironic is that the tweeter would benefit much more from a titanium dome than the woofer. Very neat, nonetheless.

  • The Ascended Tech Ninja
    The Ascended Tech Ninja 5 months ago +4

    Well Jerry I was pretty surprised to see a Speaker on your channel as well. But I was wondering if the woffers were actually made out of titanium and especially silk tweeters since people were starting to call it plastic titanium look woffers. For the price this speaker is very impressive beating out much more expensive speakers with a custom EQ. I still haven't reviewed this speaker for myself but there are 2 main problems going on with the Boom plus the main issue is when this speaker is exposed to the sun and warm to hot conditions the passive raditors bulge out and lots of distortion will occur until you place it back inside or cool it off. Second it has a peak at 6KHz which makes the music sound pretty harsh at higher volumes. Soundcore is already on these 2 issues so for people wanting to buy this speaker I would wait a bit. Great teardown Jerry keep up the work👍

    • The Ascended Tech Ninja
      The Ascended Tech Ninja 4 months ago

      Lol I'm a reviewer bro but Soundcore has reached out to me and also said the hot air issue is no longer a problem so I'm going to test it and see if that is true

    • Rondo Cat
      Rondo Cat 4 months ago +1

      Mmm if that is so I would recommend people buy the JBL rugged bluetooth speakers instead as they have non of these problems (comes in many different sizes and works great if you buy 2 to run them in wide field of sound stereo)

  • ChayD
    ChayD 5 months ago

    (Not a sponsored comment) I recently got a SoundCore Boost and I was blown away by how deep the bass is on such a small speaker. Must have some impressive signal processing going on in there.

  • James Clarke
    James Clarke 5 months ago

    I've got a few different Soundcore headphones and a speaker (Rave Neo) and I've been really happy with the quality of all of them. I've been thinking about getting this one, too. Great video!

  • Cletus Smith
    Cletus Smith 5 months ago +1

    I got this speaker couple weeks ago, seeing Zack, aka Jerry, review and approve it, makes me feel even better about the decision to get it in the first place. Listening to the review on mine is even more satisfying.

  • Brenndon McGill
    Brenndon McGill 5 months ago

    That’s awesome!! Thanks for the review as I was curious about these. Could you by chance review the Altec Lansing line of speakers? Their lifejacket is probably the most popular. I’d venture to say they’re more durable than the Soundcore as far as drop protection and such. Their drivers aren’t titanium but I’m not sure how much that helps when they’re covered by the grill.

  • James Irwin-McConnell
    James Irwin-McConnell 5 months ago +10

    I've used a soundcore lil tower for years. Shockingly durable, waterproof, and decent sound. Battery life is kinda meh, but it's a small one lol.
    Seeing a dremel taken to it and still workin is wild though xD.

  • SuicidaLx
    SuicidaLx 5 months ago +1

    I have their Soundcore 2 for more than 2 years and a month ago I bought Soundcore 3, awesome speakers with long playtime and really good sound for not so much money.

  • Erubiel Alanis
    Erubiel Alanis 5 months ago +1

    I have the Motion Boom, great speaker and cheap too. You can find it for 90-100 bucks and it's way louder than speakers double and triple it's price. I'll have to check this new model out.

  • AltWelder
    AltWelder 5 months ago

    The sound core small brick is the one I use on jobs. Normally everyone goes with a dewalt or JBL but mine was inexpensive and packs alot of sound for how small and about 4hrs on a charge.

  • German V. Just MyReview!
    German V. Just MyReview! 5 months ago +1

    Wow... the quality of the speakers really impressed me, I will love to have that in my mini shop.lol.😎👍

  • valorantorion
    valorantorion 5 months ago +6

    I've loved these since they came out especially for the price because of this vid lots of these are definitely going to sell

  • SoG Watchman
    SoG Watchman 5 months ago +1

    Looks like it's built well and I can only guess that it sounds good. Little difficult to gauge that through a youtube video.

  • SpaceCookies
    SpaceCookies 5 months ago +3

    I really love your content I will always be here supporting you! Thankyou for creating quality content for everyone the work you put in these videos is amazing! Keep up the good work man I hope you and you're wife are doing well.

  • Moss
    Moss 5 months ago

    Wow, one of my favourite speakers and brand (Anker/Soundcore) when it comes to their earphones, headphones and speakers I always go and buy their products (I own two of their headphones, speakers soundcore motion boom etc)

  • Idleshot
    Idleshot 5 months ago +1

    wow that speaker sounds so good, even going through your microphone

  • vgamesx1
    vgamesx1 5 months ago +3

    I don't need any speakers, but props to them for not using a pound of glue to hold everything together like most manufacturers do these days.

  • Supratik Hazra
    Supratik Hazra 5 months ago

    I use soundcore headphones for about a year and they are awesome and very well tuned

  • Pranav Jayachandran
    Pranav Jayachandran 5 months ago +2

    Jerry should do these kind of video often gadgets other than phone I love to see how every thing work and build.

  • Dizz2K7
    Dizz2K7 4 months ago +1

    For $180, you'd hope it was solidly built.

  • Ketan Jangid
    Ketan Jangid 5 months ago +32

    This rugged speaker is specially made for your personality 🔥👍🏻

    • Astro
      Astro 5 months ago +1

      @Instagram User you’re a bot and joined 5 months ago

  • Sam
    Sam 5 months ago

    Zak always has some pointed commentary about what's going on, i love it

  • Chris
    Chris 5 months ago

    looks great! I am a JBL speaker fan but this may surpass the JBL extreme 3 in overall sound, power, and price!

  • Maxamillion Moneybags
    Maxamillion Moneybags 2 months ago

    Wow, $180 for that? I'm impressed. I was fully expecting like $300 at least

  • Conner Whipple
    Conner Whipple 4 months ago

    Been wanting a big speaker like this for a while now... might have grab one...

  • Rahul 😘
    Rahul 😘 3 months ago

    My soundcore liberty 2 is serving me good since 2 years of rough usage. Well built

  • COLTON
    COLTON 5 months ago

    I'm using Soundcore Flare+ right now, and the audio quality is awesome!!

  • MeadyOgre
    MeadyOgre 5 months ago +2

    Great teardown as always, and also a great choice of music. I like the vocals more than the rest of the track, if you are like me I would suggest checking out The Fatrat who also did a few tracks with Laura Brehm.

    • Wtrxprs007able
      Wtrxprs007able 5 months ago

      Laura Brehm is one of my top favourite EDM vocal artists around. She has a beautiful voice 😍

  • RESPECTED SWAMI
    RESPECTED SWAMI 5 months ago

    I always come to Jerry's channel when i want to see damage done on a product I cannot afford at the moment

  • Mr talented Reid
    Mr talented Reid 5 months ago

    Wow this is a wonderful looking speaker 🔊 I need one thanks for sharing 👍

  • mvandeven
    mvandeven Month ago

    I have two of the Soundcore Motion+ which I wirelessly stereo pair. They’re extremely unreliable. The stereo link drops out inexplicably and it’s very finicky. I think they’re probably fine as individual speakers but linking them as stereo pairs (the whole reason I bought them) has disappointed me consistently. I wish I would have returned them when I still could.

  • Made In Texas 3D
    Made In Texas 3D 5 months ago

    Did anyone see the thumbnail and get excited thinking we were going to see a VR headset teardown only to read the title and realize it was a speaker? It would be quite entertaining to see Zach test a VR headset durability with the same process he uses on phones. It would definitely be a bit different than a phone but that would add to the fun. Who isn't going to watch it wondering how he fits all 7 scratches from the mohs hardness test on two tiny lenses? If you really want to try something new you could teardown a smartphone phone in the "Mettaverse" using a sim if you dare to enter lol. I will count this day one of requesting a VR series from JRE

  • Richard Gemelga
    Richard Gemelga 5 months ago

    So nice, looks and sounds amazing

  • Garg710
    Garg710 4 months ago

    Worth the buy for sure. Impressive innards.

  • Adnan B.
    Adnan B. 4 months ago +1

    Titanium: Literally probably one of the best structural materials for an entire ocean full of engineering, scientific and medical applications. Extremely abundant in the earth's crust.
    Also Titanium: haha good luck refining me

  • hanetar
    hanetar 5 months ago +3

    This sort of thing typically doesn't bother me but I winced when you took the dremel to the speakers cones.

  • Nins
    Nins 5 months ago

    Looking forward for more speaker tear down 👌

  • Nigel Scully
    Nigel Scully 5 months ago +1

    I would love to hear 100 of these going at the same time, wink wink. Great video.

  • Manjit Sarma
    Manjit Sarma 5 months ago

    Awesome build quality 👌

  • Rondo Cat
    Rondo Cat 4 months ago

    This is very similar to the JBL rugged robber coated bluetooth speakers series that come in 5 different sizes, I use 2 of them to get wide stereo field (one speaker pay left other right) and when you use 2 speakers you get a lot more bass.

  • Akshay Gohel
    Akshay Gohel 5 months ago +2

    I pretty much thought he's going to cut the whole speaker into pieces when i saw the cutting tool in his hand. 😁😅

  • perasperas
    perasperas 4 months ago

    Just one note to suggest you to repair the damaged hemispherical part of that speaker smoothly sucking it with a tube of a working vacuum cleaner. I did it myself when a kid damaged that part of an exposed woofer of mine. Attention, it must be done with the sucking control valve in total open position, or you're gonna damage the speaker totally.

  • Reviews for Nerds
    Reviews for Nerds 5 months ago

    As always this made me sad for the electronics, but it also survived, which is more that can me said for most of your trial devices.

  • Edward Michael
    Edward Michael 5 months ago

    I've been influenced to buy one of my own, it's better than my car speakers at the moment 😂

  • VirusWar
    VirusWar 5 months ago +1

    Oh dear god. I love music, and when the song you tried started, it actually felt like it was within the video and not through the speaker, then through your mic. It sounds amazing.
    I don't think they ship to Serbia, and even if they did unfortunately this is like 2/3 of my salary...

    • Little Jackalo
      Little Jackalo 5 months ago

      They're a Chinese company. I'm sure you can get them anywhere.

  • Theo Kool
    Theo Kool 19 days ago

    Just placed my order on Amazon black Friday deals 😊great work dissecting this bad ass speaker Jerry 👍

  • Crownjax
    Crownjax 5 months ago

    Everything SHOULD be tested out by jerry seriously honest reviews no bull-sh*t

  • Raj Gill
    Raj Gill 3 months ago

    This is strikingly similar to the Sony XB-43 down to the speaker layout, the shape, the playtime, and even the software link 100 gimmick.
    This speaker seems to be the sony with a different shell for a carry handle, and exotic tweeter/mid materials.

  • CyberWomble
    CyberWomble 5 months ago

    What happens to all that trapped air if you change altitude? Is there a bleed valve?

  • ryan tumanan
    ryan tumanan 5 months ago

    Nice speaker. Nice sound. Nice build. Nice brand SoundCore. I like music but i dont have money to buy that thing its hard for me 🙏❤️

  • Shahriar Ahmed Tonmoy
    Shahriar Ahmed Tonmoy 4 months ago

    soundcore headphones are also pretty awesome for the price...they offer quality...

  • TechTesh 16
    TechTesh 16 5 months ago +1

    There is so much extra space that my first thought was chuck extra batteries in and make it a massive power bank as well

  • Lego Mini Movies RJG
    Lego Mini Movies RJG 5 months ago

    This speaker sounds awesome.

  • steve_kemp70
    steve_kemp70 5 months ago

    Now that is freaking incredible, great video Zack 👍🏼👍🏼🇦🇺🇦🇺🦘🦘Cheers from Melbourne Australia

  • Pratyush M
    Pratyush M 5 months ago +1

    Those thumping passive radiators look super cool. I really want to get this speaker but it's way too expensive.

    • Max L
      Max L 3 months ago

      @van da k!ng Jbl charge 5 is inferior to this, it is very small and has only 2 drivers. Also wattage is a lot less. Xtreme 2 is pretty good but again it is smaller, has smaller drivers and barely half the power of this speaker. Also jbl does not use titanium in their drivers.

    • van da k!ng
      van da k!ng 5 months ago +1

      Quality has its price. Buy once and you're done! there are much better speakers in terms of sound and quality. if you want to use it especially outside then don't buy the garbage! it was a nice advert and nothing else... look at JBL Charge 5 or $20 more JBL xtreme2. Completely different processing and materials and completely different sound

  • Alexandru Condac
    Alexandru Condac Month ago

    I have one. It's sounds awesome!

  • Matthew Spaccarelli
    Matthew Spaccarelli 5 months ago

    I thought the center cone on the subwoofer is just a dust cover for the voice coil, I would like to see if the cone sparks white!

  • Explore It
    Explore It 3 months ago

    V well designed. Kudos 👌

  • Just'a Bass Lover
    Just'a Bass Lover 5 months ago +2

    I always do that too when tearing a speaker down because I'm wondering what's inside😂

    • Just'a Bass Lover
      Just'a Bass Lover 5 months ago

      @Instagram User in your dreams, bud. You don't even have a 1 sub, 1 video, 1 fvcking everything that Jerry has.

  • cdsmock
    cdsmock 5 months ago

    Silk dome tweeters?? Titanium woofers?? Absolutely no way this has been a thing in the speaker industry for decades... 🙄

  • dvrk
    dvrk 5 months ago

    Could you technically buy a power bank and add the battery from that to this speaker?

  • Average Dad
    Average Dad 5 months ago

    had this for weeks, love it!!!

  • Mike Perritte
    Mike Perritte 5 months ago

    Looks like a great speaker.

  • Eli
    Eli 5 months ago

    Anker /Soundcore has great value for money products. I got a wireless headphone Q30, sounds great. great battery life.

  • Kedar4567
    Kedar4567 5 months ago +1

    This brand has some serious engineers who are putting out great quality products at very competitive prices.

    • Kedar4567
      Kedar4567 5 months ago

      @Little Jackalo Looks like you haven't used their products.

    • Little Jackalo
      Little Jackalo 5 months ago

      It's a Bluetooth speaker, dude. It's nothing groundbreaking.

  • David Brantner
    David Brantner 5 months ago

    Just got into Jerry I love/hate to hear his durability test

  • Gandalf der Graue
    Gandalf der Graue 5 months ago

    I'm surprised about the low price of this device...
    At about 3/4 of this vid, i expected something in the area of multiple hundred dollars (kinda like what Beat sells its stuff for)....

  • Ali
    Ali 5 months ago +1

    i like the custom physical EQ u applied to the right speaker dome...

  • chris breck
    chris breck 5 months ago

    Cool speaker. Love your videos.

  • Futurespeed1
    Futurespeed1 5 months ago +1

    Thanks for the info, will buy this as it is useful.

  • M33k. Lies
    M33k. Lies 5 months ago +2

    Silk, notoriously known for its rugged durability.

    • Bob Costino
      Bob Costino 5 months ago +1

      You got that right. Silk is stronger than steel, pound for pound.

  • PerplexedPhoton
    PerplexedPhoton 5 months ago

    My RCA 5 disc changer stereo from the early 2000's had titanium woofers, also had a few headphones with titanium drivers.

    • PerplexedPhoton
      PerplexedPhoton 4 months ago

      @Noize He said in the video he hadn't seen many titanium speakers, as if it was rare, but my P.O.S. disc changer stereo had them twenty years ago.

  • SuK 777
    SuK 777 5 months ago

    Nice! Even i have Anker Soundcore headphones nd i love em!!

  • zodiacfml
    zodiacfml 4 months ago

    engineers who designed this don't actually use bluetooth speakers. the exterior is scratch damage magnet, should be able to withstand exterior abuse without getting too ugly. the large handle simply takes space, i'd like my speakers to fit in a backpack or the water bottle basket of the backpack

  • KuloKy
    KuloKy 5 months ago

    Very nice portable speakers!

  • The Jeff Channel
    The Jeff Channel 5 months ago

    This is the Chuck Norris of BT portable speakers. Even the lighter didn't stand a chance!

  • RJ Travel TV
    RJ Travel TV 5 months ago

    I love to hear music from that speaker.

  • Fritz Lanbin
    Fritz Lanbin 5 months ago

    Tiny styrofoam balls challenge:
    Please fill it to bring with tiny styrofoam balls (from all the phone speakers you opened up) to see if the sound quality improves.

  • No.
    No. 5 months ago

    Damn, I only recently bought the base Soundcore motion boom.

  • Spencer H
    Spencer H 5 months ago

    I have had two Jawbone Big jambox the first one lasted years tell I dropped it. My second one works great but this one sounds great 👍!

  • Yolad
    Yolad 5 months ago +2

    Other reviewers: Here we got the ROG Phone 6 Pro
    JerryRigEverything: I got a pretty cool speaker

  • Vitor Gabriel
    Vitor Gabriel 5 months ago

    I would love to see the Fugoo Speaker durability test

  • eni xhafa
    eni xhafa 5 months ago

    I would love to get this one speaker that you almost destroyed rather than a new one.

  • Automotive Doctors
    Automotive Doctors  5 months ago

    When you fix a thing with extra screws left that means you assembled it better than factory. Lol