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Ultimate Ears MEGABLAST Bluetooth speaker falls to $150 ($150 off) on Amazon

Logitech's Ultimate Ears brand makes good products, but they can sometimes be overpriced. Case in point: the MEGABLAST launched at $299.99, a lot of money for a Bluetooth speaker that isn't 100% perfect. Over the past months, we've seen several price drops for the MEGABLAST, but Amazon's current price of $150.01 is the best we've seen thus far.

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Ultimate Ears unveils Wonderboom 2 Bluetooth speaker, this time with stereo pairing

The original Ultimate Ears Wonderboom was a tiny and cute little portable Bluetooth speaker that could float on water and sounded pretty decent — all for just $100. There was little not to love about it, a sentiment echoed by Jeff in our review. It must have been a good seller for UE owner Logitech, too, as it's seen fit to bring out an updated version with better sound and more features.

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Save $30 on UE's Megaboom 3 and Boom 3 Bluetooth speakers

Looking for a new (or additional) Bluetooth speaker? Then listen up, because Amazon knocked $30 off the asking price of the UE Megaboom 3 and Boom 3, making them $169.99 and $119.99, respectively.

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Ultimate Ears BLAST app now supports grouping with up to eight speakers, 11 months after it was promised

Back in April of last year, Ultimate Ears announced that its BLAST and MEGABLAST Bluetooth speakers would be receiving a number of features that they really should have come with out of the box. Nearly a year later, one of those features — grouping — has finally been added with an update to the BLAST companion app.

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Ultimate Ears myBOOM Studio is like Moto Maker for Bluetooth speakers

We often talk about Ultimate Ears, aka UE, and its speakers here on Android Police, both in deal alerts and reviews, but the Logitech-owned company announced yesterday that it's introducing a new way to enjoy your Bluetooth speaker. It's called myBOOM Studio and it's basically UE's version of Moto Maker for the Boom 3.

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Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM drops to $105 ($195 off MSRP) on Amazon, certified refurb available for $75

The UE MEGABOOM isn't the newest speaker on the block anymore, but it's still a great product and really not far behind its successors. We've seen consistent price drops on the MEGABOOM in the past few months, but these prices of $104.99 for a new speaker and $74 for a certified refurbished unit are the best yet.

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Grab a factory refurbished UE Boom 2 for $57 ($30 off) from Woot

Bluetooth speakers are extremely commonplace these days, but one of the more popular brands is Ultimate Ears, aka UE. The cross-shaped volume buttons have become somewhat iconic, as well as instantly recognizable. Though a few years old, UE's Boom 2 is still a solid choice for some portable beats and you can pick up a factory refurbished one up for yourself on Woot for $59.99.

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Grab a refurbished UE MEGABOOM speaker for $75 ($225 off MSRP)

The deals just don't seem to stop today! You can grab a seller-refurbished Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM speaker for $75 — that's a markdown of 75% from a new speaker's $300 MSRP. As mentioned, the speakers are seller-refurbished from A4C, a daily deals website, who describe it to be in "immaculate, like new physical condition" and offer a 90-day replacement warranty. There is also a 30-day "Risk-Free, Just Because" return policy, with the buyer paying for return shipping if there's nothing wrong with the item. The deal expires at midnight CST, so don't mull over it for too long.

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[Deal Alert] Get a UE Megablast speaker for $175 ($125 off) on Amazon

Ultimate Ears' Megablast speaker, by all accounts, sounds great. It's pricey, though, at an MSRP of $299.99. Back in April, we saw it going for $190, which was its lowest-ever price up to that point. Right now, it's even cheaper than that: just $175 on Amazon.

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[Update: Statement] The latest Ultimate Ears BOOM app update removes Alexa and other features, and people are pissed

Ultimate Ears makes good speakers, but it's not so good at the software end of things. It was stated in the BOOM 3 announcement yesterday that a redesigned app was on the way, and it looks like it's already here. However, it removes a ton of features, and the new look is rubbing people the wrong way. Needless to say, BOOM owners are not happy.

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