Don't-Miss Speaker Stories
$100 isn’t chickenfeed, but this small speaker sounds like it should cost a lot more.
Thumbs up on the integrated headphone amp, thumbs down on the exaggerated bass.
Audiophiles might blanch at the presence of a single full-range transducer, but we have no complaints about its performance.
Swappable accessories make it easy to take the music with you.
Many won’t miss the extra features this tabletop radio is missing.
But you’ll have to pay to play. Bigly.
The Playbase fits conveniently under your TV, but it’s not the best home theater speaker we’ve heard.
Vifa's Bluetooth mobile sound system offers a luxurious design and fabulous sound for its fat price.
The tabletop radio might seem like a relic of the past, but this one delivers every modern convenience and high-fidelity sound, too.
Add Dolby Atmos and DTS:X to your home theater's repertoire without cutting holes in your ceiling.
There’s plenty of value in this battery-powered speaker, which includes both Chromecast and Bluetooth tech, but its audio performance fails to excite.
Creative's Sound BlasterX Katana brings the soundbar to the PC with big sound, a small form factor, and one eye-popping price tag.
This powerful amplifier with ARC room correction will fix your room's acoustic problems while streaming hi-res music.
This is an inconvenient smart home controller married to a poor-quality speaker.