Don't-Miss Speaker Stories
GoGroove's BassPULSE 2.1 system brings the bass, but the "pulsing" lights are underwhelming.
The tiny Creative Pebble stereo speakers deliver a bigger sound than you'd expect for the size and price.
Edifier's R19U 2.0 USB Computer Speakers bring the best out of your music and movies and look good doing it.
The Creative Inspire T12 is a 2.0 stereo speaker system that delivers balanced sound with plenty of bass.
AmazonBasics AC Powered Computer Speakers pump up a lot of volume for $20, but they fail to bring the best qualities out of your audio.
This portable speaker delivers uncommonly good near-field sound for its size.
Polk’s Signa S1 soundbar and wireless subwoofer offer a super-slim package at a budget price for those wanting to hear what they've been missing from their TV’s built-in audio.
This soundbar delivers true 5.1-channel surround sound, but you'll need to hear it to decide if Vizio made the right compromises in its effort to hit this price point.
But Sonos might have more to fear than Amazon (ditto for Apple).
The absence of a battery leaves the thumpy Fender Monterey Bluetooth speaker reliant on AC power.
The first soundbar with DTS Virtual:X technology is impressive, but it's not perfect.
An IPX7 weatherization rating means this speaker can survive a dip in the pool, but it's audio performance left us wanting.
You'll be hard-pressed to find a better sonic performer at this price-point.
These speakers show that you don't have to sacrifice sonic quality or break the bank to enjoy wireless sound. They're not portable, but for static installations they're fantastic.