Portable Bluetooth Speaker
360° Full-Range Balanced Sound
Connect two UBOOM speakers can get the true wireless stereo(left and right channel) sound and more powerful sound.
Switch Between Indoor And Outdoor Mode
IPX7 Fully Waterproof With Innovative Sweatshield™ Technology
Up To 16 Hours Of Battery Life
Activate Voice Assistant
Built-In Mic For Hands-Free Calls
Easy Bluetooth 5.0 Connectivity
In EarFun UBOOM®, we’ve perfected the iconic cylindrical design we pioneered to deliver immersive, stereophonic audio that adiates evenly in all directions.
The compact EarFun UBOOM® fits easily in your bag. You can even pop it in the bottle-holder of your bike, so the party goes wherever you go.
With EarFun UBOOM®'s Bluetooth 5.0 or AUX wire connection, you can enjoy seamless streaming of music, podcasts, and more.
Pair two UBOOM®s together for the ultimate surround experience. Take your party to the next level.
In EarFun UBOOM®, we install two full-range 45mm drivers and paired with dual passive radiators. Also, with advanced DSP Algorithm to fill every direction with premium 360-degree sound.
UBOOM® is designed to starts a party at the beach, pool, waterfall, wherever. Featuring IPX7 waterproof rating, it can be totally submerged in up to 1 meter of water for up to 30-minutes.
Indoor & Outdoor Sound Mode
The indoor mode enhances your music's bass, make you feel the bass reverberating in your chest.
The outdoor mode with louder volume makes the speakers perfect for outdoor
Built-in 2*2200 mAh rechargeable batteries allow for up to 16 hours of playtime on a full charge.
Ultra-compatible recharging that goes from 0 to 100% in just 4 hours.
1 of 1 User Reviews
I had a bluetooth speaker for some years but it stopped working somehow, so I bought this one as the design looks lovely and chic and can be used both indoor&outdoor. It’s very easy to use, instant paring with the phone/tablet, just press the button on the top and enjoy the high quality music! It’s waterproof so no worries when you split the juice/water over it accidentally. It does surprise me. Very good value for money! Definitely recommend!
I watched oluv’s gadget review on YouTube. I trust his reviews and haven’t been disappointed yet. These speakers looked and sounded darn good during his review. In person I’m even more impressed with the solid build quality and sound of the EarFun UBOOM.
One of these speakers sounds great, but pair two with the true wireless stereo feature and they are amazing. If you’re in need of more volume and stereo sound, plus the added flexibility of placing speakers in different areas for better reach of sound, I would strongly recommend getting two of these speakers.
The sound is very clear and balanced and there’s enough bass. It’s pleasing to my ear, but keep in mind every ear is different. The sound is well balanced and it has sparkle and clarity. If you place these speakers in a central area and move around them, the 360° sound will surround you.
The speaker has an indoor and outdoor mode. Indoor mode has more bass. Outdoor mode has higher volume. I prefer the indoor mode for the additional bass, because I normally don’t play my music at higher volume levels. Outdoor mode will be useful for folks who want to crank up the volume or for large gatherings.
Pairing these speakers is easy. I made a video demonstrating how you pair the speakers. I also play a small part of a non-copyright song to give you an idea of the sound. I filmed this with my iPhone, so it may not do the speaker complete justice. I posted several pictures as well. Please excuse the video and smoothness of delivery, because I’m a rookie at doing videos like this one. Thanks.
You can get two of these speakers for the price of one of the other name brand speakers and these sound just as good, if not better. I can recommend the UBOOM. It’s a great value. I hope this review helps.
Non-copyright music played in video: Kaibu - Killercats Show Full Review
I’m a big music fan and always have to have music on when I’m working, driving, working out, reading and so on. Being such a fanatic, over the years I’ve amassed a little collection of headphones (ranging from Sony, Grado, Sennheiser, V-Moda, Koss etc) to better enjoy different types of music ranging from rock, alternative, reggae to electronic. For my computer, I use a pair of Kanto YU2 speakers with DAC and Yamaha sub to groove while I work. And for wireless speakers, I’ve set up my home with the Denon’s Heos 7’s that are connected to my home’s wifi and sound pretty amazing. And to round things out, I also have several bluetooth speakers from Sony (SRS XB3 & SRS X55), a Doss XL, a Tribit X-Boom and a pair of Ultimate Ears all which I rotate to use in my workout room, master bath, outdoor patio and for travel use.
Have been a long time subscriber to Olav’s Gadgets (previously Clavinet Junkie) channel on Youtube and have purchased a couple speakers (a Doss XL & the Tribit X-Boom) based on his recommendations and have been pleasantly surprised. Then a few weeks back (early July ’19, I believe) Olav demonstrated the new Earfun UBoom and compared it to the Tribit X-Boom (which was his previously recommended portable BT speaker) and I thought this new speaker sounded amazing as it sounded clearer, cleaner and had better definition. And when he paired two Earfun’s together (and they play separate left and right channels/stereo as opposed to many other BT speakers including the Tribit which just plays mono) the sound was more dynamic and didn’t have that muddiness that the Tribit X Boom has. Then Olav mentioned he had a coupon code for Amazon for 20% off and I was sold and I decided to buy a pair to enjoy the richer soundstage.
The Earfun UBoom is a nice little speaker. It’s relatively small, lightweight, waterproof with IPX7 rating and well-built. And it has a very well balanced sound for a speaker this size and packs a lot of oomph. When I first got my new speaker, I decided to do some tests and compare it to my other BT speaker the Tribit X-Boom. First I played a track from Spotify (using high bit rate mode) to the the Tribit X-Boom, which at the time I thought sounded pretty good until I listened and compared it to the Earfun UBoom. The Tribit played the track and it sounded good with great treble but seemed very bassy and muddy. Played the same track again with the Earfun and this little speaker showcased the track better with a more balanced, richer and expanded sound. I did this over and over and I kept getting the same result. The Earfun was now prompting me to make it my BT speaker of choice over the Tribit. But since I purchased two Earfun’s, I decided to place one speaker on either side of my workout room and see how that sounded. And I was blown away as the speakers made the music seem more immersive and truly enveloped the room with music.
So if you're looking for a great little speaker(s) for medium to large room that's well built, waterproof and sounds well-balanced, look no further than the Earfun UBoom – you won’t be disappointed. Show Full Review
I purchased two of these Uboom speakers along with a Tribit and JBL flip 4 to find a new speaker to replace my Denon Envaya 250 speaker due to a very annoying battery discharge issue that Denon has never offered a fix for. This review is a very brief comparison of the 4 with some little quirks I noticed. I'll start by saying most of my listening was of House and Hip Hop music, played at volume levels between 70-100%, sourced from Spotify premium downloaded in "extreme" quality with the EQ left as it comes on the app. Listening environment was 70% outdoors (used while playing basketball in a large back yard) and 30% indoors testing sound quality. My general conclusion after testing them all is that the Denon has by far the best sound. It offers a depth and range the others just don't come close to and it's clarity is superior. But the battery issue is reason enough to not purchase one if you need a battery that will not discharge when turned off. After the Denon, I found that the JBL had the second best sound for listening to house and hip hop due to its overall balanced sound with some punch for bass but it's ability to really push through mids and vocals. The third speaker for me based strictly on sound quality would be the Earfun Uboom. It had a very balanced sound with nice clear audio all the way up to full volume. I felt vocals didn't come through at loud volumes as well as they did on the JBL or Denon but the sound was enjoyable. The speaker was very comparable to the JBL overall but the fact that it is wider in diameter and slightly lower build quality would lead me to pick the JBL for a travel speaker. The earfun is really well-made for its price, it's just not quite as ruggedly designed as the JBL. The earfun looks best sitting on a nice desk out of the four. The Tribit for me was the most disappointing at high volumes. It handled hip hop really well and had the second most bass behind the Denon but it sort of fell apart on the higher range at high volumes on other styles of music. It had a static like sound coming from it that was noticeable by everyone playing Basketball and the bass wasn't that much deeper than the flip to make picking it over the JBL worth it. Especially now that they are within a few dollars of each other.
One other issue that really bothers me about the Earfun Uboom is that it will not charge from many other USB-C cables and chargers. I was really wanting to minimize the amount of cables and chargers I have to carry when traveling and was hoping I could use my Pixel 3, usb-c charger or even my Oneplus, USB-C charger. NO GO. The only way I can do that is by using the cables that were provided from Earfun. This may not be a big deal to many, but for those of us who like to travel minimal or not have a bunch of cables plugged in it is a little disappointing.
Overall if you want very balanced sound in a small-ish, inexpensive, but very beautiful and well-made package the Uboom is a great option. It's also nice they are finally adding USB-C, newer Bluetooth and stereo pairing in such an affordable package. But if you want a slightly louder speaker with better vocal range, that's a little more rugged I'd say the JBL slightly beats out the Uboom but it's very close. If I were to be using them inside I'd get the Uboom and if I was buying one to travel with I would get the JBL.
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Really amazed at how good these sound. These actually have bass. We're talkin about that deep rich bass. A little booming bass. They due fade at higher volumes and maxed out but under 80% rivals the big name brands. You'll want to get 2 of them for TWS. It's clear crisp full and rich sounding. There is a slight delay a little latency with videos but it's not to bad. Use just one speaker the latency is hardly noticeable. Not disappointed one bit though. 😉Update: Missed the sale when these were at $40. When they go on sale again I'll be sure to pick up another pair. These are awesome when you have 4 of them paired together. 2 sets in TWS connected dual audio. A buddy of mine has a pair and we were experimenting. Connected both sets. The sound is awesome. Show Full Review
The budget bluetooth speaker market is becoming awfully crowded... It seems like every week there's a new "latest and greatest" speaker that attempts to disrupt a category of portable audio that's over-saturated with too many products. However, every once in a while a new gem comes along with limited marketing or brand recognition to flex its sonic muscles and flip the bird to the competition. This is one of those gems.
I consider myself highly critical of sound reproduction. Everything from my bookshelf speakers, to my amplifiers, to the oxygen free copper multi-strand conductor PE insulated speaker wires, are all careful thought out to make my ears dance. Portable bluetooth speakers have never left me with a favorable impression. Perhaps its due to the fact that everything is antiseptic and there's really no room for customization to tweak performance besides the push of a DSP button. After so many attempts trying to find something that was at least on par or a little better than products I had already spent time with, I called it quits for a while and took a break from the product category.
Two weeks ago I was asked to purchase a small bluetooth speaker to have in the office for a variety of occasions. I decided to jump on good ole Oluv's speaker review page and see what was his latest pick for the budget bluetooth speaker category and came across the EarFun UBOOM. I thought, "sure... it's for the office and it’s $60. Let's give it a whirl."
My initial impression was that the speaker felt solidly constructed and had just the right amount of heft to make it feel like it was substantial. I powered the speaker on and paired it seamlessly with my iPhone X (BTW, it's always nice when companies opt to no have those ridiculous power on and connected sounds that plague most bluetooth speakers - Thank you EarFun!).
Once connected I hit the shuffle button for my entire music library and was treated to the acoustic opening of Damien Rice's - Cannonball. The sound immediately made me cock my head, squint my eyes and think, "okay, this is interesting." I hit the shuffle button and sure enough one my favorite tracks to test hifi configurations pops up: Sometimes - My Bloody Valentine from their groundbreaking album Loveless. It was the first time I allowed any My Bloody Valentine song to play all of the way through on a non-stereo setup and guess what, I enjoyed it! After two tracks I decided to put the speaker through its paces and went straight to Thom Yorke's new solo album: ANIMA. If anything was going to cause this little speaker to slip up it would be that album at high volumes. I went through the entire album and tested volume between 10% - 100% on each track with only one instance of distortion. I feel between 30% - 60% volume is where this speaker truly excels but anything below or above was enjoyable as well.
All in all, I was floored by the UBOOM and I didn’t even get around to testing the Outdoor Mode (I didn’t really need to though – Outdoor Mode suppresses everything below 80hz so the speaker can pump out eardrum piercing mids and highs). At this moment I can only imagine how good a pair would sound in stereo mode but due to my pleasant experience I will be purchasing a pair to call my own.
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