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Updated: Sep 19, 2018 21:58
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#101
alaScore 94

Denon Envaya DSB-200

Denon is an audio company renowned for producing high-quality, high-end hi-fi equipment. The Envaya (US$199) represents Denon's current offering into the portab...

20 expert reviews | 266 user reviews

#102
alaScore 94

Logitech UE Roll

The Ultimate Ears UE Roll is a good speaker if you're looking for something colorful, affordable, and crisp-sounding, though there are some other options you might want to consider as well. For a bit more money, you'll get significantly more bass...

31 expert reviews | 791 user reviews

#103
alaScore 94

KEF MUO

Performance and Conclusions On tracks with powerful sub-bass content, like The Knife's "Silent Shout," the Muo delivers some impressive low-end considering it has no actual subwoofer, just a passive radiator. There's not a massive sub-bass sound...

26 expert reviews | 23 user reviews

#104
alaScore 94

B & O Beolit 17

For $500, the B&O Play Beolit 17 gets just about everything right. Its minor flirtation with distortion only occurs at the very highest volumes on the most challenging deep bass tracks, and even that can be easily remedied with subtle adjustments in...

6 expert reviews | 16 user reviews

#105
alaScore 94

Harman Kardon GO+PLAY Wireless

The Harman/Kardon Go + Play is one of the best-sounding portable iPod speaker systems you can buy, but its high price and lack of compatibility with recent iPod models make it a limited recommendation.

55 expert reviews | 1018 user reviews

#106
alaScore 94

Libratone Zipp Mini

Another $50 gets you the Zipp, which delivers better sound and a lot more of it.

16 expert reviews | 229 user reviews

#107
alaScore 94

Denon Heos 1 HS2

Easy to use and listen to, the HEOS 1 is a good go-to wireless speaker

2 expert reviews | 103 user reviews

#108
alaScore 94

Marshall Stanmore

While Marshall’s new Stanmore offers gorgeous bass lines, and clear distortion-free treble, the speaker came up a little shy of the performance we’ve come to expect from a $400 speaker in what has become an exceedingly competitive wireless speaker...

24 expert reviews | 890 user reviews

#109
alaScore 94

Bose SoundLink Wireless System

The well-built and travel-friendly Bose SoundLink Micro is arguably the best sounding speaker in its tiny size class.

56 expert reviews | 1411 user reviews

#110
alaScore 94

Sony GTK-XB60

Everything I hoped it would be. Really good powerful sound. Drum and bass sounds amazing on it. Really stylish design and the disco lights are really cool.

2 expert reviews | 35 user reviews

#111
alaScore 94

Yamaha YSP-5600

At a cost that’s far more than most sound bar setups — without all their purpose-built convenience — the YSP-5600 sits in a somewhat awkward position on the sound bar scale. Still, with all its caveats, Yamaha has loaded some truly brilliant sound...

17 expert reviews | 22 user reviews

#112
alaScore 94

Acoustic Energy AE 100 SE

Enthusiastic sound belies the unassuming aesthetic of these competent budget standmounters

1 expert reviews | 7 user reviews

#113
alaScore 94

Yamaha YSP 2700

Yamaha released their YSP-2700 MusicCast Sound Bar and wireless subwoofer at the 2016 CEDIA Expo. At $1199.95 it falls in line with other higher end soundbars with subs, but is it worth it? Read on.

9 expert reviews | 122 user reviews

#114
alaScore 94

Denon HEOS 7 HS2

The Heos 7 HS2 is the wireless speaker Heos 7 should have been, combining room-filling sound and slick streaming with built-in Bluetooth and Hi-Res Audio support.

5 expert reviews | 107 user reviews

#115
alaScore 94

Yamaha MusicCast NX-N500

A multi-talented speaker system offering fabulous sound quality and a wealth of features. Well worth an audition.

8 expert reviews | 8 user reviews

#116
alaScore 94

Q Acoustics Media 4

The Q Acoustics Media 4’s minimalist features set, built-in subwoofer, and fuss-free sound make for an attractive alternative to bulkier sound bar systems.

9 expert reviews | 48 user reviews

#117
alaScore 94

Denon HEOS 1

From an audio standpoint, we really like the Denon Heos 1, but from an operational standpoint, it's not our favorite. As far as multi-room Wi-Fi speakers go, the Sonos Play:1 is our Editors' Choice in this price range, thanks to its excellent sound...

22 expert reviews | 286 user reviews

#118
alaScore 94

Marshall Stockwell

At moderate volumes and on genres that lack deep bass, we love the Marshall Stockwell—but the distortion at higher volumes is a bummer. If you're searching for a speaker with the Stockwell's looks and EQ options—but no distortion—the more expensive...

5 expert reviews | 77 user reviews

#119
alaScore 94

Edifier MP700 Rave (MP700)

Mercedes-quality construction, clear and hefty bass even at high volume. Room-filling and a definite step-up from the usual portable Bluetooth speakers... just a little pricey.

5 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#120
alaScore 94

Yamaha WX-010

If you have a Yamaha receiver, the Yamaha MusicCast WX-010 is a perfect complement, offering delightful sound quality in a compact package.

6 expert reviews | 179 user reviews

#121
alaScore 94

Denon HEOS Homecinema

The Denon HEOS HomeCinema offers discreet looks and a dynamic performance, but it could be easier to use.

3 expert reviews | 8 user reviews

#122
alaScore 94

KEF EGG

Part of the excitement the Egg imparts is the unexpected scale of its soundstage and the brilliant effect of its stereo separation. It is excels in almost every aspect at which even the most advanced one-box speakers fail. And underscoring it all is...

13 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#123
alaScore 94

Sony SRS-ZR7

If sonics were your one and only priority in this price range, it would be hard to tell you that the SRS-ZR7 is the best you can do—the JBL Xtreme, the Marshall Kilburn, and the Libratone Zipp all offer more robust bass response and plenty of high...

8 expert reviews | 57 user reviews

#124
alaScore 94

JBL Soundgear

The JBL Soundgear delivers a pleasant sound signature, albeit one that can't reproduce deep lows. The distortion is not an ever-present issue, but it does occur and that's enough to give us some pause. In the battle of wearable speakers between this...

3 expert reviews | 14 user reviews

#125
alaScore 94

Klipsch Reference

The Klipsch Reference Theater Pack offers impressive sound for such a tiny footprint, but lacks cinematic power compared to bigger-box speakers.

6 expert reviews

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