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Updated: Sep 18, 2014 12:39
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#151
alaScore 91

Yamaha NX-50

My first Yamaha speakers cost £18.00 but died after 21 years of flawless operation. Unfortunately, this Yamaha model did not meet my expectations.

2 expert reviews | 84 user reviews

#152
alaScore 91

Libratone A/S 8087715

Perhaps you're looking for a single speaker system for your entire house, something that can really fill a very large room, but also operate well at subtle volumes. Perhaps you're prepared to spend $1,299.95 (direct) on such a purchase, provided it...

15 expert reviews | 7 user reviews

#153
alaScore 91

Paradigm Shift A2

TECHNOLOGY Paradigm engineers have surely put in a lot of effort to make an entry into the Active speaker segment. The A2s should not be looked upon as studio monitors but as any other home-entertainment speakers. The only fact that will separate them...

9 expert reviews

#154
alaScore 91

Yamaha YSP-2200

Well, we're not new to digital sound projectors like the Yamaha YSP-2200, and the traditional sound bar has several speakers that replace the speakers on your TV. The is much more than that.

14 expert reviews | 192 user reviews

#155
alaScore 91

Sony HT-CT660

The Sony HT-CT660 46" Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer promises to deliver immersive audio in an attractive and affordable package. Read on to see if we think this sound bar is worth a second look.

3 expert reviews | 371 user reviews

#156
alaScore 91

Eton Rukus

If you’re looking for an affordable new way to impress your social circle and keep the party going strong, Eton’s Ruckus XL is an excellent choice.

5 expert reviews | 31 user reviews

#157
alaScore 91

Nuforce NF-S3BT-WHITE

The S3 BT have a light and airy touch that we found especially well suited to acoustic and instrumental music.

6 expert reviews | 6 user reviews

#158
alaScore 91

Speakercraft CS3 Soundbar

The SpeakerCraft CS3 is a handsome, excellent-sounding sound bar that's well worth its lofty price.

6 expert reviews | 42 user reviews

#159
alaScore 91

Logitech AudioStation Express

It's a bit too steep at Rs. 7995. Had it been a wee bit cheaper I would have bought one myself. If you have the moolah to spend, go for it. Other than that bit of advice I'd just like to say it's a good product, extremely portable and it may not be...

32 expert reviews | 6020 user reviews

#160
alaScore 91

Logitech Z553

We like the well-rounded and powerful audio performance of the Logitech Z553 speakers. While the design may not suit all tastes, and they're not designed for portability, they're well built. Multiple inputs and the control pod make the Z553 a great...

4 expert reviews | 172 user reviews

#161
alaScore 91

Bayan Audio Soundbook

One of the best portable wireless speakers on the market

4 expert reviews

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#162
alaScore 91

Pioneer SBX-N700

For those without an ARC-compatible TV, there are two optical digital inputs. The SBX-N700 boasts built-in Wi-Fi, which lets you connect to your network wirelessly, but there’s an Ethernet port too. Finally, there’s an input for the supplied infrared...

3 expert reviews | 4 user reviews

#163
alaScore 91

Denon Cocoon Home

The price is, of course, the sticking point with many of these new AirPlay devices. The larger Denon Cocoon Home will retail for $599 while the smaller Cocoon Portable will run $499. While not overpriced compared to other AirPlay speakers, the Denon...

9 expert reviews | 63 user reviews

#164
alaScore 91

Logitech Multimedia Speaker Z50

The Logitech Z50 is about as no-frills as you get for a multimedia speaker, but at $20 it's not a bad deal for the sound it delivers.

1 expert reviews | 54 user reviews

#165
alaScore 91

Wren V5PF Play-Fi

Despite their immense popularity, Android smartphones still get short shift when it comes to wireless speakers. Sure, you can connect any Android phone over Bluetooth or with a 3.5mm cable, but the new Wren VP5F Play-Fi ($399.99 direct) does something...

2 expert reviews

#166
alaScore 90

Martin Logan Electromotion ESL

These speakers sounds amazing! They sound ALIVE!

6 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#167
alaScore 90

QSC K10

These are expensive but worth every penny. This speaker rivals the sound quality from much bigger PA speakers and is unmatched in volume over other brands of PA speakers. You can expect this to sound better than any 15" competing PA speaker while being...

1 expert reviews | 34 user reviews

#168
alaScore 90

KEF R400b

Thank you for searching out the equipment review of the KEF R400B Subwoofer that was originally published in Australian Hi-Fi Magazine, Sep/Oct 2012 (Volume 43 Number 5).

3 expert reviews

#169
alaScore 90

Bowers & Wilkins 684

The 600 Series has been a constant stream of musical pleasure for entry-level and cash-strapped audio enthusiasts for the longest time. The latest iteration builds on this, but with a twist to two. Like the Krell S300i on pages 48-50 in this issue, the...

3 expert reviews | 19 user reviews

#170
alaScore 90

Yamaha YSP-3300BL

Yamaha YSP-3300 reviewYamaha has been making soundbars since before Sonos existed, and the pricey YSP-3300 is a typically premium bit of kit. It's the only one here to bounce sound off the walls for

1 expert reviews | 13 user reviews

#171
alaScore 90

KEF Q300

For all-purpose real-life applications, the KEF Q300’s are the bee’s knees. When you compare them to much more expensive speakers, you may find that the soundstage is not quite as 3d, the imaging is not as pinpoint; they don’t have quite the same...

15 expert reviews | 100 user reviews

#172
alaScore 90

Wharfedale Moviestar DX1

For a Home Theater in a Box, $800 for the Wharfedale DX-1 is somewhere near the upper-mid of the price range. This is targeted for the consumer that isn't afraid to pay a bit of money for decent speakers but is afraid of introducing large speakers into...

9 expert reviews | 18 user reviews

#173
alaScore 90

Braven 850

Those who crave big sound, high performance, and total autonomy need look no further than the Braven 850.

2 expert reviews | 5 user reviews

#174
alaScore 90

JBL ES25C

This is the best centre speaker made by JBL. The size is twice as big as the one i had and it has good looks. Unfortunately i have not tested it to hear the sound but by the looks speaks for itself.

2 expert reviews | 163 user reviews

#175
alaScore 90

Tannoy Mercury V4

I'm no expert, but of all the proper speakers I've ever owned these are in a different world of quality. I've turned my Onkyo amp up to two thirds of its full power with these and the walls, floor, and contents of my room were vibrating wildly but the...

6 expert reviews | 18 user reviews

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