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Updated: Apr 20, 2018 23:48
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#251
alaScore 92

Altec Lansing Life Jacket

In the $150 range, plenty of speakers employ DSP to limit deep bass dynamics (and some other frequency ranges, too) that tend to cause distortion. But the Life Jacket 3 tamps down the dynamics too often, unnecessarily—it's hard to get past this, as it...

7 expert reviews | 11 user reviews

#252
alaScore 92

Aiwa EXOS-9

This product is NO JOKE. Its an amazing well crafted product released by Aiwa after 10 years. This is for serious listeners and it sounds so smooth at every level of volume. Produces no resonance whatsoever. Has big output in terms of loudness. It can...

2 expert reviews | 4 user reviews

#253
alaScore 92

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 | 92 user reviews

#254
alaScore 92

Anker SoundCore

An off-the-hook price-to-performance ratio renders this small speaker a good value.

3 expert reviews | 1415 user reviews

#255
alaScore 92

Philips BM5

Of course, with the simplicity of the izzylink system come certain limitations compared to more fully-fledged multiroom systems. Needing to have a Bluetooth device within range of a Master speaker won’t be ideal for everyone and some will prefer a more...

6 expert reviews | 107 user reviews

#256
alaScore 92

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

#257
alaScore 92

Philips ShoqBox Mini BT2200

The Philips Shoqbox Mini Bluetooth speaker earns high marks for its rugged design, dual-firing driver, and an impressive ability to reach loud volumes without distortion.

9 expert reviews | 357 user reviews

#258
alaScore 92

Sony h.ear go

While the H.ear Go is a decent speaker, nothing about it would compel me to spend $200 when there are so many superior options available, in terms of both audio performance and operation. All those extra features become more or less pointless when a...

2 expert reviews | 32 user reviews

#259
alaScore 92

Harman Kardon Onyx Studio Mini

The Harman Kardon Onyx Mini is one of the better desktop Bluetooth speakers we've tested lately. It delivers a very healthy bass response in the above-100Hz realm, and thus sounds quite rich. Pair that with bright, crisp high frequency response, and...

4 expert reviews | 17 user reviews

#260
alaScore 92

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

#261
alaScore 92

Samsung Shape M7 (WAM750 / WAM751)

Sonos Connectwith something like a pair of $399Audioengine A5+powered speakers and you’re there (albeit at a price point 50 percent higher than $500).

19 expert reviews | 254 user reviews

#262
alaScore 92

Marshall Acton

In the end, though, Marshall Acton speaker is seriously really cool, and it looks just as good as it sounds. I actually admire the design of it more than the audio quality. That’s not a dig on how bad it sounds (it doesn’t sound bad at all), but merely...

2 expert reviews | 183 user reviews

#263
alaScore 92

Samsung R5 / WAM5500

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

8 expert reviews | 77 user reviews

#264
alaScore 92

The House Of Marley Chant Mini

The Marley Chant Mini is, for the price, a fairly decent speaker, thanks in part to the booming bass of the Chant Mini that makes up for the non-existent high-end - especially if you’re into music with heavy bass lines (Drum and Bass, Dubstep, etc)....

2 expert reviews | 49 user reviews

#265
alaScore 92

Bose Solo 5

The Bose Solo 5 is a decent soundbar at a fairly low price. However, there are some better low budget options available (namely the ), making this a poor choice for most users.

6 expert reviews | 2454 user reviews

#266
alaScore 92

Harman Kardon Esquire Mini

The Harman Kardon Esquire Mini is a great-looking micro Bluetooth speaker that works quite well as a speakerphone, but is bass-challenged, so it isn't much of a music speaker.

17 expert reviews | 217 user reviews

#267
alaScore 92

KEF R50

If you're eager to experience the more immersive sound of Dolby Atmos but either can't or don't want to go through the hassle of cutting holes in the ceiling of your living space, the KEF R50 Atmos-enabled speakers provide a wonderful alternative. They...

2 expert reviews

#268
alaScore 92

Marley Chant

The Marley family of audio equipment (and the like) has summoned forth a coffee-cup-sized speaker that's able to connect to your device via Bluetooth or line-in, and it goes by the name Chant. This portable audio system wears much of the same materials...

2 expert reviews | 21 user reviews

#269
alaScore 92

Onkyo X9 (OKAX9)

If you covet power but don’t want to surrender musical sensibility, the X9 is a good bet

5 expert reviews

#270
alaScore 92

Samsung Radiant360 R1

Although it doesn't have the best overall sound quality, the Samsung Radiant360 R1 is a welcome departure from most Wi-Fi speakers and works well if you primarily want background music.

3 expert reviews | 49 user reviews

#271
alaScore 92

Vifa Oslo

Overall, the $550 Vifa Oslo earns its high price. But if you have the cash to spend, you have several excellent options in this range. We're also fans of the Bowers & Wilkins' Zeppelin Wireless, the Bang & Olufsen Beolit 15, and the Marshall Stanmore,...

4 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

#272
alaScore 92

Divoom Voombox Travel 3

For its ultralow price, the Divoom Voombox Travel 3 delivers more than you'd expect.

2 expert reviews

#273
alaScore 92

Bang & Olufsen BeoSound 1

This wireless speaker is drop-dead gorgeous, but it’s too expensive.

4 expert reviews | 5 user reviews

#274
alaScore 92

Creative iRoar

The iRoar is probably the best portable speaker the company has produced to date, and certainly one of the best we’ve tested overall. Its audio performance rivals that of speakers costing twice, the cleaner sound at louder volumes is easy to...

6 expert reviews

#275
alaScore 92

Bang & Olufsen Beosound 2

We can joke about its robot invader appearance and we can poke fun at its $1,995 price (because, come on, who’s paying that much for a wireless speaker?), but we shouldn’t dismiss the BeoSound 2 as a bad product. Bang & Olufsen could have given us some...

11 expert reviews | 16 user reviews

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