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Updated: Mar 28, 2015 21:35
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#151
alaScore 91

Kicker Amphitheater BT2

If you want a speaker that can get quite loud, the $249.95 Kicker Amphitheater Bluetooth 2 (also known as the Amphitheater BT2, or the 40iK5BT2, or simply the K5 BT2) won't disappoint. Aside from some issues with deep bass reproduction, the BT2 is a...

2 expert reviews

#152
alaScore 90

Teufel Consono 35

A small but welcome improvement over the cheaper Consono 25 – for larger rooms, this is definitely worth the investment

5 expert reviews | 121 user reviews

#153
alaScore 90

Jamo D 600 SUR

Jamo's THX-certified speakers are pure audio dynamite.

8 expert reviews | 5 user reviews

#154
alaScore 90

B&W ASW608

One of the home theater industry's greatest sins is modesty. If excessively modest people hide their lights under a bushel, speaker and receiver manufacturers go them one better, hiding their achievements in boxes. Boxes with drivers on the front,...

10 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

#155
alaScore 90

Dali Fazon

While Danish brand DALI offers a varied speaker range across the worlds of home cinema and hi-fi, its products share design characteristics at all price points. The most obvious is the use of wood fibre drivers – which differ from more conventional...

27 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

#156
alaScore 90

Samsung HW-F450

Looks cool, but the sound is very mediocre. Most importantly, once it was all set up, whenever something with expectedly HD sound was playing, the sound would cut out every minute or so for a second, as if it was syncing the wireless subwoofer. Pretty...

1 expert reviews | 803 user reviews

#157
alaScore 90

Klipsch RF-7 II

At $3200 a pair, the Klipsch RF-7 II floorstanding speakers might not be that expensive in the grand scheme of things but they are pricey. In this price range, you expect considerable performance. Technology-wise, the RF-7 II speakers look fairly...

4 expert reviews | 5 user reviews

#158
alaScore 90

Audioengine 5 Speaker System

Wow. How did five years go by so quickly? We first became aware of Audioengine in early 2007, when the company asked if we'd be interested in evaluating its A5 self-powered speakers. It's now 2012, and we have the revamped A5+ self-powered speakers on...

47 expert reviews | 1010 user reviews

#159
alaScore 90

Dali Zensor 1

A dazzling Danish speaker package that's yours for under a grand

12 expert reviews | 173 user reviews

#160
alaScore 90

Dynaudio Focus 260

Simple, the best !!! at this price.

5 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

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#162
alaScore 90

Dynaudio Excite X14

Where they're good, though, the Dynaudios are very, very good. Stick to music that doesn't fluster them – well recorded material that deson't demand much in the way of dynamic headroom – and they're among the criispest, cleanest and glossiest...

3 expert reviews

#163
alaScore 90

Sonos ZonePlayer S5

Several hours of critical listening left our ears feeling a bit fatigued—an issue we didn’t encounter with B&W’s Zeppelin (not entirely an apples-to-oranges comparison, since the Zeppelin is a non-networked iPod dock), but the S5 was a huge hit when we...

76 expert reviews | 161 user reviews

#164
alaScore 90

LG NB3520A

The LG NB3520A 2.1-channel soundbar at just under $300 is yet another example of not having to spend a lot in order to get a lot. While it isn't about to replace a dedicated home theater system any time soon, it is a very worthy upgrade to your HDTV's...

5 expert reviews | 312 user reviews

#165
alaScore 90

Wharfedale Diamond 10

After doing an extensive coverage on latest 32 inch LCDs, it's only befitting that we shift the spotlight to pure audio, and just kick back and give our eyes a rest, with some melodies diffusing a

28 expert reviews | 294 user reviews

#166
alaScore 90

Bowers&Wilkins MM-1

We’d like to tell you that the MM-1 is comparably priced to speaker systems made by the likes of Logitech, Altec Lansing, or even Klipsch, but 500 clams puts it at the opposite end of the spectrum. If you’re as passionate about audio quality as you are...

31 expert reviews | 242 user reviews

#167
alaScore 90

Rockford Fosgate M262

The Rockford Fosgate sounds good and has a decent bass response, but it requires more power to get loud.

1 expert reviews | 12 user reviews

#168
alaScore 90

Quad L-ITE

Quad is one of those great speaker companies whose pedigree encapsulates some of the fascinating and significant parts of audio history. The name is an acronym for Quality Unit Amplifier Domestic. Born in London in 1936, the company first produced...

4 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#169
alaScore 90

Jabra Speak 510

When it excels in the area where it counts most, the Jabra Speak 510 is something that ensures perfectly clear conversations are going to be experienced on both ends of the line. From its interesting design choice, to the audible voices pumped out by...

4 expert reviews | 236 user reviews

#170
alaScore 90

Boston Acoustics MC100 Blue

Boston Acoustics released the MC200 Air AirPlay speaker last year to mixed reviews, including ours. At $299, it simply didn't sound like a speaker that should cost that much. The MC100 Blue ($149 direct) is half the price—credit the lack of Wi-Fi...

3 expert reviews | 34 user reviews

#171
alaScore 90

Audioengine A2B 2 Speakers

It's been a while since a product has come my way that I was seriously impressed with. The price of the Audioengine 2 speakers is very good considering the quality, living up to the marketing claim of 'bridging the audiophile gap'. Yes, this is the...

15 expert reviews | 990 user reviews

#172
alaScore 90

Bowers&Wilkins A7

The incredibly pricey Bowers & Wilkins A7 is a powerful, well-designed AirPlay speaker with clean, nuanced audio performance.

6 expert reviews | 80 user reviews

#173
alaScore 90

X-Mini X-MINI V1.1 Capsule Silver

I like the compatibility with various devices bit and little features like a lid over the port and a small groove for the audio cable is all nice. Also, the V 1.1 is just a single unit speaker, so it does add to the portability. However, there's not...

18 expert reviews | 11056 user reviews

#174
alaScore 90

Sonos Play:3

At 300 bucks, the Play:3 is the most affordable path into Sonos’ multi-room systems. If AirPlay isn’t quite enough, Sonos’ pricey entry-level wireless speaker might be music to your ears.

24 expert reviews | 6 user reviews

#175
alaScore 90

Bowers & Wilkins Z2

This speaker’s elegant design, flawless wireless performance, and stellar upper register make it a serious contender in the mid to high-end wireless speaker market.

8 expert reviews

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