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.

IK Multimedia iLoud Micro Monitors review

Small and affordable, the iLoud Micro Monitors let you bring your mix station to even the smallest rooms. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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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

Acemile Theatre Box Review

  • Shoots sound four directions
  • Can get very loud for its size
  • Bluetooth and portable
  • Works well with TVs and game consoles
  • Ho-hum appearance
  • Distortion evident at highest volume
  • Touch-sensitive controls need some refinement
  • 3D effect not defeatable
Our Score 8

Creative Sound Blaster Roar SR20A Review

  • Very loud for its size
  • Roar and Tera Bass buttons serve their purposes
  • Bluetooth and portable
  • Number of extra features is unmatched
  • Great value for $150
  • Still bulky, even when folded in
  • Uneven audio quality, depending on volume and…
  • About 6-8 hours of battery life
  • Alarm feature is weird
Our Score 8

BenQ treVolo Review

  • Elegant and innovative design
  • Class-leading treble accuracy
  • Warm and balanced midrange and bass
  • Solid stereo separation
  • Max volume very underwhelming
  • Dynamic compression is frustrating
  • Expensive
Our Score 7