The first time you fire this thing up you're going to notice the anker has bass, the soundcore gets deep it's resonating it's quite
impressive at how low this thing can go it's even deeper than the beats pill plus which is also a bass heavy speaker deeper than JBL for forehand Sony XB20, now with all that bass there's minimal distortion and you don't have that nasty fluttering
that you get with cheaper models now how does this affect the mid-range as with bassy speakers especially cheap ones sometimes they can distort and give off this muddy presence with the soundcore boost you don't get that listen to generals of hip-hop
rap pop music and EDM it all sounds great, the mid-range is still very much pronounced and provides an immersive experience and for those in this price range you're going to be happy and the flip side if you predominantly listen to generals of rock
classical or songs heavy into vocals the vocals do sound ever so slightly recessed compared to the big branded competition indeed the foot for the XB 20 offers less bass and the vocals are brighter more forward making the affirmation genres shine but
with my test if you don't have all three of these speakers side by side at home playing them back-to-back that soundcore is still great to listen to as for the high notes I didn't hear any tinging or ear piercing notes audio separation is not much
apparent as with most bluetooth speakers small or large and the soundstage is also absent, again very similar to most blue tooth speakers out there in the end I'm really impressed by the audio performance if you're on a budget and looking for a
Bluetooth speaker in general the soundcore is worthy to look into. Now despite its shortcomings they aren't very short in my opinion the only issue I would consider is really its battery life.