Don't-Miss Speaker Stories
Technology is making it easier than ever to create and enjoy music. Here's some of our favorite hi-tech gear designed for artists, music lovers, and anyone in between.
It’s one of the best single-cabinet stereo speakers in the world, and you no longer need to be an Apple user to enjoy it.
It’s the golden age of Bluetooth speakers, so we set out to find who makes the better bigger box.
This versatile speaker can play music from just about any source, but it won’t produce stereo from any of them.
Weatherized enclosures don’t stop these versatile Bluetooth speakers from delivering surprisingly good musical performances.
Everything about this portable Bluetooth speaker is well done--except the sound.
This craft-built speaker supports every major wireless streaming protocol, but it’s not enough.
This portable music cube radiates music in all directions, sounds great, and runs for 6 hours on fully charged battery.
This LED bulb will have everyone at the party asking where the music is coming from.
Don’t be fooled by its muscular appearance, this entry-level speaker system is a 98-pound weakling both in terms of features and performance.
This sound bar delivers everything you big-screen TV needs, except for high-res audio support.
Don't let its relatively small size foo you: This sound bar pumps out big sound
This sound bar can fill a large room with great-sounding audio.
This sound bar has a great price/performance ratio, but it lacks a number of important features.
Do speakers manufacturers build better sound bars than TV manufacturers? We pit three companies from each camp against each other.
We've seen some fine audio products from Denon; unfortunately, this isn't one of them.