India’s Best Portable Speakers Under Rs. 2000: Have a Look

Here is a list of top 5 portable speakers in India, which come under Rs.2000. The performance and features of these portable speakers are excellent and fantastic. All these speakers can play audio via Bluetooth and play a 3.5mm audio jack.

JBL Go

JBL Go

The JBL Go speaker looks like a small toy box. But when it comes to its performance, it can be said that this is a great speaker of this category. You connect it via Bluetooth or through auxiliary cable, you will be surprised to see its quality and capability. It is available in many colors and gives 7-8 hours of battery life.

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LOGITECH X100

Logitech X100

Even if the speaker looks small in appearance, but it is very powerful. Speaking of its quality and connectivity, this segment is a great speaker. Its battery life is also good and it lasts for 5-6 hours. Through which you can listen to the music you want. This is also available in many colors.

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PORTRONICS Sublime-2

Portronics Sublime 2

Portronics Sublime 2 is a Bluetooth speaker, which already has FM radio. This speaker supports Micro-SD card up to 32GB. It gives great audio output. It has 2000 mAh removable battery.

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Philips SBA3010

PHILIPS SBA3010

This is a small portable speaker built with great ways. Like the rest of the speakers in this segment, it does not support Bluetooth connectivity. It comes with retractable 3.5mm cable.

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Frontech JIL 3906

Frontech JIL 3906

The speaker, which comes in the Rs. 2000 segment, is the smallest portable Bluetooth speaker. This is a very cheap speaker. And it’s a great device to listen to music via an AUX or Micro SD card.

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