Editors' Choice

We review hundreds of products in a wide range of categories each year. Here's the best of the best in wireless speaker and docks.

Amazon Echo Dot review

The Echo Dot packs all of Alexa into a device half the price, making it not only a handy tool for the Amazon faithful, but one of the smartest moves the online retailer has ever made. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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Devialet Phantom Review

  • Pure and lyrical upper register
  • Best-in-class bass response
  • Thrilling dynamic expression
  • Powerful, distortion free sound
  • Clear and wonderfully present detail
  • Volume control not granular enough
  • Heavy as a rock
Our Score 9

DreamWave Survivor Bluetooth speaker Review

  • Rugged construction
  • Can jumpstart your car
  • Excellent battery life
  • IPX5 protection from water/dust/sand/snow
  • 30W amplifier packs plenty of power
  • Lacks the audio clarity of some similarly-priced…
  • Underwhelming LED performance
  • Nowhere to store jumper cables
Our Score 6

Amazon Echo Dot Review

  • Compact and unobtrusive
  • Connects to any audio system
  • Far-field voice recognition
  • Constantly evolving functionality
  • On-board sound is weak
Our Score 9

Mass Fidelity Core Review

  • Slick design
  • Outstanding sound quality
  • Plenty of connectivity options
  • Multi-room functionality
  • 10-hour battery life
  • Expensive ($600)
  • Not exceptional at low volumes
Our Score 9

Bowers and Wilkins Zeppelin Wireless Review

  • Sleek, refined design
  • Robust build quality
  • Powerful bass
  • Clean overall sound
  • Rock-solid wireless stability
  • Expensive
  • Bass feels slightly detached
Our Score 8

KEF Egg Review

  • Deep soundstage, excellent imaging
  • Immaculate sound quality
  • Wide stereo separation
  • Digital, analog, and Bluetooth connectivity
  • High-res audio playback
  • Pricey
  • Limited length, proprietary speaker cable
Our Score 9

Riva Audio Turbo X Bluetooth Speaker Review

  • Big, balanced, rich sound
  • Phono mode for turntable connection
  • Long-lasting battery
  • Charges devices
  • Splash proof
  • Carrying case not included
  • Annoying Turbo sound effect
Our Score 9

Creative Sound Blaster Roar 2 Review

  • Still loud, despite smaller frame
  • Roar and Tera Bass now one button
  • Bluetooth and portable
  • Two color schemes
  • Great value
  • Uneven audio quality
  • About 6-8 hours of battery life
Our Score 8