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I bought the JBL Charge 3 and it's way too boomy sounding. Are any of the rec's on this thread NOT bass heavy? I'd much rather have clarity and snap over heavy bass.
After a bit more research, I've ordered the Riva Audio Turbo X. I'll keep the JBL Charge 3 on hand so I can do some direct comparisons.
A buddy of mine has this unit, I have listened to it many times. I think you will like it, sounds great, good detail, I don't think we have ever had the battery give out in the middle of a listening session, although we probably haven't listened to it more than a few hours at a time. It has decent bass output but needs some boundary reinforcement for best bass. Best,Ed
Tyson, I think you'll like the Riva. Got one for my daughter, she loves it. They also make wi-fi enabled speakers now.NB
I'm getting it for my daughter, too. She's 10. It's just an upgrade to allow her to have better sound when watching a youtube video or streaming music on her ipad. Plus it will facilitate spontaneous dance-offs That already happens, but it'll happen even more with something that has better sound than the iPad internal speakers.
I think we'll all need to see a video of any and all spontaneous dance-offs. Actually, and I might be wrong, but I think that's an AC rule.
Got the Riva Turbo X today. MUCH better than the JBL Charge 3. The Riva's a keeper
I would agree with this, I returned the JBL and picked up the Riva, I was familiar with the Riva because a buddy has one, it didn’t take long listening to the JBL to know the Riva is better.I’m bumping this old thread because there is a good deal on the Riva Turbo X right now.The Riva Turbo X is available from Amazon for $129.00, I ordered one with the $29.00 case only to learn at checkout that the case was free due to a promotion running now. That’s a great bargain, my buddy paid over $300.00 for the Riva by itself, the case is very nice as well.Best,Ed
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