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Updated: Nov 24, 2017 22:06
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#126
alaScore 93

Sony SRS-X33

As mentioned earlier, the SRS-X33 is intriguing—at certain volumes, it sounds fantastic for its size and price, but at higher volumes, it can sound unlistenable. For $130, I still really like the Sony SRS-X33 when listening at moderate volumes. It's an...

11 expert reviews | 855 user reviews

#127
alaScore 93

Razer Leviathan Mini

Performance and Conclusions You wouldn't expect a speaker this size to deliver much bass, or to do so without coming close to distortion, but a speaker this price is another story. On tracks with intense sub-bass content, like The Knife's "Silent...

12 expert reviews | 14 user reviews

#128
alaScore 93

Marshall Stanmore

The Marshall Stanmore is a stylish speaker with a classic aesthetic and excellent performance. Fans of guitar amps and studio monitors will appreciate the Stanmore's design, and anyone who listens will appreciate the clear audio performance. Its $400...

20 expert reviews | 830 user reviews

#129
alaScore 93

Denon HEOS 7

With app inconsistencies, a lack of Mac compatibility, and audio performance that fails to rise above the crowd, Denon’s Heos multi-room speaker system was at best underwhelming, and at worst, downright annoying. Even if big bass is your pleasure, the...

19 expert reviews | 88 user reviews

#130
alaScore 93

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.

8 expert reviews | 41 user reviews

#131
alaScore 93

Denon Envaya Mini DSB-100

The eye-catching Denon Envaya Mini is a mighty portable speaker capable of delivering big, burbling bass and quality audio over the airwaves. Genuinely portable, with its own carry case included, we can't think of a more desirable sub-£100 small-scale...

15 expert reviews | 408 user reviews

#132
alaScore 93

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 | 38 user reviews

#133
alaScore 93

Beats by Dr. Dre Pill+ / Pill Plus

Conclusions If there's a real gripe here, it's that the Pill+ sounds markedly different depending on its angle to your ears—an issue that could have been fixed by angling the drivers upward or building in a kickstand that allows you to tilt the speaker...

12 expert reviews | 476 user reviews

#134
alaScore 93

Sony SRS-XB2

The difference between the SRS-XB2 and its more expensive sibling is vast: The SRS-XB3 has a second passive radiator and larger drivers that combine to produce a substantially more powerful, bass-forward sound. This is to be expected in a larger...

4 expert reviews | 143 user reviews

#135
alaScore 93

Samsung R3 / (WAM3500)

The mid-sized of the three in Samsung's 'omnidirectional' R range, the R3s cylindrical design disperses sound evenly around the room. But will it lack the punch of the bigger R5 or be too cumbersome compared to the smaller R1? Find out whether the R3...

6 expert reviews | 75 user reviews

#136
alaScore 93

Samsung HW-H450

This is a top-performing sound bar that produces solid audio and allows you to stream music from your mobile devices.

6 expert reviews | 3702 user reviews

#137
alaScore 93

Samsung Level BOX

If it's massive bass you seek from a Bluetooth speaker system, you're going to have to look at larger, more expensive options like the Harmon Kardon Aura, which more or less takes portability off the table. If portability is a priority, but you want a...

9 expert reviews | 25 user reviews

#138
alaScore 93

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...

21 expert reviews | 99 user reviews

#139
alaScore 93

Klipsch Groove

While the price should be about a third lower, Klipsch's Groove mini Bluetooth speaker is well designed and packs a punch.

8 expert reviews | 3 user reviews

#140
alaScore 93

Denon HEOS 5

With app inconsistencies, a lack of Mac compatibility, and audio performance that fails to rise above the crowd, Denon’s Heos multi-room speaker system was at best underwhelming, and at worst, downright annoying. Even if big bass is your pleasure, the...

16 expert reviews | 148 user reviews

#141
alaScore 93

Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay A6

If you’ve got almost a grand to spend and are after a very good sound and the simplicity and convenience of a one-box, it’s the BeoPlay A6 (alongside the Mu-so) you should be looking at. It’s stylish, sounds as good as it looks, and although we’d...

7 expert reviews | 25 user reviews

#142
alaScore 93

Vifa Helsinki

Conclusions The distortion shouldn't be viewed as a deal breaker unless you listen almost exclusively to electronic music with loads of deep bass at high volumes. But if you're looking for a system that never has this type of issue in this price range,...

3 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#143
alaScore 93

Aiwa EXOS-9

This is one of the best speaker ever made, i can just tell by its reviews and popularity on youtube. But this price is 210% of orginal means more than double, i wanted one but not @ this price orginal price is 21000rs. But does not support...

2 expert reviews | 4 user reviews

#144
alaScore 93

Samsung R6 (WAM6500 / WAM6501)

With good 360 degree sound, multi-room features and a portable design, the R6 is worth a flutter

9 expert reviews | 91 user reviews

#145
alaScore 93

Creative Sound Blaster FREE

Coming to the price, this costs Rs 8,000 MRP which is too much for this quality of speakers. At Rs 6,500, it would make a better deal. But nonetheless be aware of what you get.

8 expert reviews | 91 user reviews

#146
alaScore 93

Samsung R7 (WAM7500 / WAM7501)

A stylish multi-room speaker that survives on features and software, but sound is its weak link

14 expert reviews | 135 user reviews

#147
alaScore 93

RIVA Turbo X

The best new audio gear is produced by small, independent companies that develop innovative approaches to the sonic experience.

13 expert reviews

#148
alaScore 93

Yamaha WX-030

THE YAMAHA WX-030 is a bluetooth speaker with as accurate a tonal presentation for anywhere near the Yamaha’s price.

12 expert reviews | 160 user reviews

#149
alaScore 93

Cabasse Stream Base

The Cabasse Stream Base is adept at what it does, and makes a strong case for the one-box speaker solution

3 expert reviews

#150
alaScore 93

Samsung R5 / WAM5500

This stylish speaker looks great and has a pleasing sound despite its lackluster bass reproduction.

8 expert reviews | 73 user reviews

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