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For the price, this 12-hour box sounds very good. It has the punch that many speakers in its class lack, as well as a surprising amount of thump.
When you want to stream from older audio equipment that doesn't understand Bluetoth, all you need is this handy, dual transmitter box. It's also useful for computers without Bluetooth audio output.
A box-within-a-box design contributes to a delightfully impressively sonic signature.
Built for families and parties, Roxi can be slow on the draw, but it makes up for it in versatility.
Compact, with good sound for its size, the SoundCore 2 is a bargain at $39.
The Fiio X7 Mark II’s modular architecture, apps, and sweet sound make this a great choice for serious music lovers who want an Andriod-based hi-res audio player.
Sweet sound, a rich feature set, and a small footprint make this one of the best small DAPs on the market.
You'll be hard-pressed to find a more stylish, fun, and sweet-sounding set of small speakers under $450.
These earbuds have a long-lasting battery, but come up short on sound.
This portable speaker delivers uncommonly good near-field sound for its size.
Bang & Olufsen’s most affordable multi-room speaker is a strong value.
There's nothing fancy here, but this box delivers a great performance every time.
Sub-par audio quality taints these otherwise beautifully styled and solidly built headphones.
With 32-bit DACs and other upscale components, you won't hear better analog audio from an Ultra HD Blu-ray player. It's also the first player we've tested to support Dolby Vision 4K UHD discs.