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7 Best Water Speakers for Your Party

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Water speakers are perfect for setting the mood and getting your guests into the music at your party or get together. Even for hanging out at home by yourself, water speakers are a lot of fun to use. You can watch the streams of water dance to the sound of your favorite songs anytime. They can connect to your smart phone, tablet or laptop through an auxiliary cable, and can run for hours dancing through your entire playlist. Some can connect wirelessly through Bluetooth. They can also be used for more than just music. Depending on what kind of television you have, you may be able to use them with your favorite shows or video games.

To choose the best set of water speakers, you should make sure they have all of the features that you need and are in your price range. Below is our top 7 list of the best water speakers out there.

Make sure you are getting a great set of water speakers by choosing one of the models below.

SoundSoul Mini Amplifier Music Fountain Speakers for Apple I-station 7

SoundSoul Mini Amplifier Music Fountain Speakers for Apple I-station 7
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The black version of this popular set of water speakers offers excellent value. They’re on sale now for approx. $20. At 9” high, they’re small enough to take around to friends’ houses anytime. They’re made with acrylic glass and a plastic base. The louder you crank the volume on these SoundSoul Mini water speakers, the higher the multi-colored fountain will rise. It operates through a 3.5mm jack, so you can plug your headphones into it, or run an auxiliary cable to your smart phone or computer. These 3W speakers are amazing for the price and the sound quality is actually quite good. The water and light show itself is worth the money.

SoundOriginal 6 Watt Dancing Water Stereo Speakers

SoundOriginal 6 Watt Dancing Water Stereo Speakers
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These speakers’ water show is controlled by the volume and tone of the music playing. A higher volume results in a more intense water show. It’s powered through a standard USB port and has a 3.5mm audio plug. It uses an included auxiliary cable instead of Bluetooth. Also included are two USB cables. These 6W speakers are loud enough to be the life of any party.  You can use them indoors or outdoors and they will have the range you need to entertain all of your guests. They have a frequency of 220HZ-13000Hz and are available in black or white. The SoundOriginal water speakers cost around $30 and come with a 30-day money back guarantee and a one-year warranty.

Svance Dancing Water Speaker Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker

Svance Dancing Water Speaker Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker
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The Svance dancing water speaker offers stereo sound with an LED light and water show in 3 separate play modes. It offers 360 degrees of angles to view the water show from. It has Bluetooth connectivity with any applicable device. It also has a Micro SD card slot that it can play MP3’s directly from, and a 3.5mm audio jack. It runs on a rechargeable battery and includes a charger cable, auxiliary cable, and a dropper. Colors for the water show are blue, green, and red. Although it’s only a single speaker, the audio quality is good and really loud. The Svance dancing water speaker goes for less than $35 and includes a one-year warranty.

Kingstar Dancing Water Speaker

Kingstar Dancing Water Speaker
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This Kingstar water speaker also has 360 degree viewing angles and can be enjoyed from any side. You can place it on a table in the center of a room for guests all around it to enjoy. It has wireless Bluetooth support with stereo sound. Sound can be played using an auxiliary cable, a Micro SD card, or via Bluetooth. It’s wireless, and uses a long lasting polymer lithium ion battery. Kingstar’s 3W water speaker produces 85dB of hi-fi sound from a built-in amplifier. It has a frequency of 90Hz-20KHz. For less than $30, the Kingstar dancing water speaker comes packed with one charging cable and one auxiliary cable.

KevenAnna Bluetooth Colorful LED Fountain Dancing Water Speakers

KevenAnna Bluetooth Colorful LED Fountain Dancing Water Speakers
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These stereo water speakers run off of a built-in battery that is good for 2-4hours of continuous play. It connects via auxiliary cable, SD card, or Bluetooth 4.0 for a fast and efficient wireless connection. The KevenAnna speaker set comes with dedicated volume controls rather than depending solely on volume control from the device its connected to. It also has previous and next buttons, play, pause, and a mode switch. At 8.7” high, they’re easily portable. These 3W speakers have a frequency response of 200Hz-15KMz. The KevenAnna speaker set comes in black or white and costs around $25.

New ATake Third generation Colorful Diamond Water Dancing Speaker

New ATake Third generation Colorful Diamond Water Dancing Speaker
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The 3W ATake water speakers by Lightahead connect through auxiliary and are powered by a USB cable. They stand 10” tall and have a frequency range of 90Hz-1800Hz. That’s loud enough to use at parties or even outside on the front or back deck. They have dedicated volume and play controls. Their multicolored water jets shoot straight up into the air in rhythm with the music they are playing. The ATake water speakers by Lightahead come in white or pink and cost around $18.

e-joy Dancing Water Speakers

e-joy Dancing Water Speakers
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These wired dancing water speakers have 5W of power and a sound frequency range of 90Hz-18KHz. They’re loud enough to be used in large rooms or even outdoors with the volume cranked high enough. Although they are not compatible with Bluetooth, these speakers can connect with any MP3 device, smart phone, tablet, or computer through an auxiliary cable. They come with water already inside. The louder the volume of the speakers, the higher the jets of water will shoot up. They look great in the dark; children love them. They cost about $20 and ship with a USB cable and an auxiliary cord.

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About Nathanael Rubin

Nathanael Rubin has made a home on the road traveling around the world and writing articles remotely. Originally from Tallahassee, Florida, Nathanael is currently residing in Bangkok, Thailand where he has set aside his passion for music to do what he does best, write and travel.

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