Motion Boom Plus
Two 30W woofers and passive radiators offer powerful and immersive sound, while two 10W tweeters let you hear every detail of your song in crystal-clear clarity.
Huge 13,400mAh battery capacity to keep your music playing all day long.
Connect to non-Bluetooth devices such as TVs or computers using the 3.5mm AUX input to enjoy high-quality sound.
Featuring the latest and greatest Bluetooth technology, enjoy strong connection with effortless connectivity.
This speaker is amazing, I own Bose,JBL and recently purchased a king D10.. speaker is damn near perfect, I recently ran into some overheating issues with it which was quite disappointing
Needs new firmware too handle that 6hz band. Other firmware we loaded highs at 6hz to high!! Allen Ross the speaker man did a great review on it... Great speaker, I plan on buying another, but as the rest of people? We wait until you fix the problem..
First off, I have not used this unit extensively yet. I gave it a full charge, synced it to my phone, and streamed some music to try it for functionality in my home. Quantifying sound quality is always subjective to an individual's personal tastes. Everyone has differing opinions. To my ears, this speaker system is pleasing, particularly given its relatively compact size. I tested it with "LoveShine" by Reverend Barry & The Funk, due to this track having a nice combination of fairly deep bass and some crisp brass. The Motion Boom Plus does a respectable job, from low volume to maximum volume. Will the bass rattle the fillings out of your teeth? No, but there is still plenty enough bass. Anyone looking to cause an earthquake is expecting too much from a portable unit anyway. The highs are very crisp and clear, and the mid range is quite acceptable to me as well. Battery standby time is good. I fully charged this unit and ten days later it was still at 100 percent charge. The shoulder strap clips and mount brackets on the speaker appear to be an alloy metal, so they should be very durable. The only thing about this unit that concerns me is the passive radiators on the ends of the unit. Being as they don't have any sort of protective grill, I'm worried that they could become accidentally damaged. I don't plan on taking this thing through the wilderness, but it still seems to me that it would have been better to provide a little protection for the radiators. I bought this speaker system with no real purpose in mind, primarily due to my previous positive experience with the Anker/Soundcore headsets. I think I will likely use it while working on landscaping around the house, and maybe strap it to the underside of my bicycle frame when I ride the bike trails. The bottom line is I'm happy with the audio quality, the capability to charge portable devices from the speaker system, the various other features such as bass up, IP67 fully waterproofed, etc. This is yet another quality product from Soundcore.
ORIGINAL REVIEW: I like the speaker, but am a little disappointed. It’s got great volume…this thing can blast your backyard out and keep your neighbors up if you live on anything less than an acre. However the treble can sound harsh on some tracks and you can hear scratching/hissing when singers “sing those Ss”. I’ve heard other reviewers online and YouTube express the same experience.
I’ve tried everything in the EQ, but SOUNDCORE if you’re listening, please update the firmware to take out whatever is causing that, and bring the sound closer to the fidelity of the original Motion Boom. Thanks. Also, before it’s asked or assumed…I am using the .29 latest firmware available.
UPDATE 6/29/22: I made a quick update after downloading and installing the .34 (now .35) firmware. At first it seemed all the kinks were worked out and the speaker seemed less harsh and the bass was a little smoother. However after spending a full week of various listening situations and genres…I realized the harshness actually does still show up on some tracks but it’s less than before. In the previous update I gave it 5 stars as I thought initially the harshness was completely gone. Now it more depends on the track you’re playing. Improved yes, but not completely fixed. Taking it back to 4 stars.
On a side note, Soundcore was very responsive and reminded me with an email from customer support when the update .34 was released. Great customer service, I just wish the speaker lived up to its hype and could just be a better version of the original Motion Boom. I guess we’ll see if further firmware will fix it…hopefully this time it gets completely fixed.
I have owned several soundcore products.With all being solid products.This is a nice loud punchy speaker.BUT I feel it needs a tuning update.Treble can get quite harsh and midrange needs to be pulled forward some.I still own a pair of the motion boom speakers.Which has a great balanced sound.And with a little tweaking in a firmware update.The Plus would be the Beast.Yeah,I know I can customize EQ settings.But why.I don't want to tell people connecting to it that they'll need to customize EQ 1st.I own a pair of the boom plus and still recommend the speaker.