iClever has produced a bunch of budget Bluetooth speakers and some of them have very good quality. The iClever BoostSound BTS07 is another option that costs less than $20. What will you get for such a ridiculously low price? Let’s find out in the review.
Design & Features
The BoostSound BTS07 might be a cheap speaker but the build quality doesn’t feel cheap at all. It has a similar design as some other iClever BoostSound as we can spot the front red grille and a soft-touch finish throughout the body.
All buttons are placed on top of the speaker. They are raised on the surface, so they are quite easy to press. You can find here the Bluetooth button, phone button, volume rocker/track skipper buttons.
The power switch is placed on the back of the iClever. Besides, when you open the flap next to it, you can find the AUX-in port and microUSB port.
The battery life of the speaker is quite good. I could use it for around 7 hours on a single charge.
I didn’t expect much from this speaker since other speakers in the BoostSound series have an average quality. And the BTS07 is not an exception. It delivers a very similar sound signature.
You will still be able to hear a loud sound with a little bass boost. The mids are quite present while the treble is not recessed like other Chinese speakers. Therefore, the sound is actually quite airy and it is not boxy at all. However, I start seeing it’s limitations when cranking up the volume. The speaker is obviously not powerful enough, so you will be able to hear a very harsh sound and distortion. You can check out the sound test in the video below.
- Good design and build quality
- Acceptable sound at a moderate volume level.
- Lack of power
The iClever BoostSound BTS07 is among the lowest-priced Bluetooth speakers I’ve ever used. It has an average quality but this is totally acceptable for such a low price tag.