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Updated: Feb 13, 2016 08:52
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#176
alaScore 92

Eclipse TD-M1

The Eclipse TD-M1 AirPlay speakers offer a beautiful sound, but they're not for everyone. In taking a new look at the way speakers operate they will suit the very discerning jazz, classical and easy listening enthusiasts, especially when accurate vocal...

3 expert reviews

#177
alaScore 92

Harman Kardon Esquire

The Harmon Kardon Esquire delivers on style and build quality with its premium look and feel. It also provides impressive battery life and additional features like NFC pairing, controls and hands-free calls. However, sound quality isn't as good as even...

9 expert reviews | 178 user reviews

#178
alaScore 92

LG LAB540

A few years ago the idea of a speakerbase was just a twinkle in the eye of a Bose engineer. But since the American audio brand, with its Bose Solo TV, popularised the notion of a soundbar that sits under your TV, rather than in front of it, and...

10 expert reviews | 133 user reviews

#179
alaScore 92

Jawbone MINI Jambox

The Jawbone Jambox was one of the first really successful portable Bluetooth speakers. Jawbone made it larger with the Big Jambox, and now there's the smaller Mini Jambox ($179.99 direct). This sleeker version of the Jambox is thinner, lighter, and...

27 expert reviews | 2236 user reviews

#180
alaScore 92

Sony SRS-X7

The Sony SRS-X7 is a versatile Bluetooth speaker more noteworthy for its feature set than its sound quality.

9 expert reviews | 488 user reviews

#181
alaScore 92

IK Multimedia iLoud

IK Multimedia’s iLoud is helping to redefine the genre of portable speakers. The unit stumbles here and there in its ambitious quest for affordable versatility, most dramatically outlined by the excessive noise we encountered while connecting via...

4 expert reviews

#182
alaScore 92

Yamaha YAS-105

The YAS-105 is an entry-level soundbar that upgrades shabby TV sound quality while keeping clutter to a minimum. It's the replacement for last year's YAS-103, which aside from one or two sonic flaws was an impressive soundbar for the money.

1 expert reviews | 129 user reviews

#183
alaScore 92

Monster SoundStage S1

The Monster SoundStage S1 offers a huge, party-ready sound in a small box coupled with exhaustive connectivity, but subtle it is not.

2 expert reviews

#184
alaScore 92

Yamaha WX-030

Great sound, good quality. Works with Yamaha receivers with MutiCast or any blue tooth audio device. You will need the Yamaha smart phone app (Android or Iphone) for using the MutiCast on the Yamaha receiver. A little difficult to use until you figure...

2 expert reviews | 30 user reviews

#185
alaScore 92

Samsung HW-J7501

Plenty of non-curved sound bars sound better, and for less money, so you'll be paying a pretty penny for the privilege of the Samsung HW-JS7501's curved design.

3 expert reviews | 20 user reviews

#186
alaScore 91

Q Acoustics 3020

Partner the Q Acoustics 3020 speakers with a bit of care and you’ll get a quality of sound that’s well beyond the typical expectations of a sub-£300 speaker. Fabulous value? Without a doubt.

2 expert reviews | 7 user reviews

#187
alaScore 91

Bowers & Wilkins CM9 S2

Easy assemblely, quality materials, effortless hookup, superb sound.

1 expert reviews | 17 user reviews

#188
alaScore 91

Bose Cinemate 130

Absolutely horrible system. Can't get the bass speaker to connect wireless. Went through 3 different systems. All same issue. Customer service is horrible. On hold for an hour on phone only to get someone who does not have a fix. Video only has no...

2 expert reviews | 257 user reviews

#189
alaScore 91

Teufel Consono 35

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

7 expert reviews | 282 user reviews

#190
alaScore 91

Philips HTL 5140

Philips’ slim, chic soundbar delivers sensational sound and generous features for a reasonable price, making it a terrific option for anyone tired of tinny TV speakers.

2 expert reviews | 4 user reviews

#191
alaScore 91

Cambridge Audio Go v2

Unless you're a real sucker for a basic, but suave design, the Cambridge Audio Go V2 doesn't do much to shake up the Bluetooth speaker market. You're likely to find better-sounding speakers out there that cost less.

5 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#192
alaScore 91

Q Acoustics 2050I

Very happy with these. Driven by an old Naim CD3.5 with flat-cap PS, Naim NAC92 & NAP90 amp with Naim NACA5 cables. I listen to a very varied range of musical styles and am impressed with the scale, dynamics, spatial separation and imaging of these...

6 expert reviews | 36 user reviews

#193
alaScore 91

KEF LS50

Mini-monitors are designed for near-field listening so the KEF LS50s are probably not going to speakers that you'll place in your home theater. KEF spec's the LS50s down to 79Hz at -3dB and 47Hz at -6dB. This is a pretty amazing response for a...

19 expert reviews | 144 user reviews

#194
alaScore 91

Denon DHT-T110

The DHT-T110 is a revamped version of Denon's debut soundbase, the DHT-T100, offering a series of upgrades that will hopefully improve upon the original's terrific performance. But essentially it's the same deal – a speaker box that sits under your...

2 expert reviews | 134 user reviews

#195
alaScore 91

Audio Pro Addon T10

A trendy box of bassy beats that will make you smile from ear to ear

2 expert reviews | 13 user reviews

#196
alaScore 91

Definitive Technology W9

I really enjoyed using the Definitive Technology W9 and W7 WiFi speakers. My favorite way to use the system was streaming music using TIDAL from my computer. However, walking around my home with iPhone in hand, controlling the music I wanted to play...

1 expert reviews | 11 user reviews

#197
alaScore 91

Braven Mira

Water resistant and with the ability to operate in the shower or rain, there's something holding this speaker back, right? You might be wrong.

4 expert reviews | 41 user reviews

#198
alaScore 91

Creative Sound BlasterAxx AXX 200

Creative impressed us when it released the Sound Blaster Roar SB20. It didn't have the best audio quality available, but it packed so many features into a $200 unit when most Bluetooth speakers in that price range only offer speakerphone functionality...

3 expert reviews

#199
alaScore 91

Dynaudio XEO 4

It’s safe to say that Dynaudio’s Xeo range continues to wow with this next-gen model. These speakers certainly aren’t cheap, but they offer hassle-free set-up plus insightful and musical sound from almost any source. MORE: 9 things to expect from the...

4 expert reviews

#200
alaScore 91

Zvox SOUNDBASE 570

Most all of us love watching TV, Movies, etc. while sitting on the couch at home. A good sound system generally improves that experience significantly, but not everybody has the time, money, or space to set up a full stereo system. Thankfully there are...

1 expert reviews | 93 user reviews

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