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Anker Soundcore 3

"The Anker Soundcore 3 is passable for music. With its 'Bass Up' feature turned on, it struggles to reproduce the deep thump and rumble in low-bass that's often present in bass-heavy music like hip-hop or EDM. Its mid-range is relatively balanced, ensuring vocals and lead instruments sound clear. However, its underemphasized treble range can cause higher-pitched vocals and instruments to sound dull and veiled. Thankfully, its companion app features a graphic EQ and presets that can customize the speaker's sound."
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Pros
  • Graphic EQ and presets.
  • Can play stereo content.
Cons
  • Some compression artifacts at max volume.
  • Narrow-sounding soundstage.

Overall Rating

87.6%
The overall rating was calculated based on 37565 customer and expert reviews from 3 review sites and 29 stores.
We analyzed the sentiments related to these top topics for Bluetooth Speakers:
  • 89.8%
    Sound Quality
  • 96.3%
    Durability / Build Quality
  • 94.6%
    Design
  • 87.6%
    Portability
  • 95.5%
    Battery Life
  • 98.8%
    Features
  • 91.9%
    Outdoor use
  • 95.0%
    Connectivity
  • 98.8%
    Controls

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What experts are saying

The Anker Soundcore 3 is passable for music. With its 'Bass Up' feature turned on, it struggles to reproduce the deep thump and rumble in low-bass that's often present in bass-heavy music like hip-hop or EDM. Its mid-range is relatively balanced, ensuring vocals and lead instruments sound clear. However, its underemphasized treble range can cause higher-pitched vocals and instruments to sound dull and veiled. Thankfully, its companion app features a graphic EQ and presets that can customize the speaker's sound.

Pros
  • Graphic EQ and presets.
  • Can play stereo content.
Cons
  • Some compression artifacts at max volume.
  • Narrow-sounding soundstage.

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