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.

Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Wireless review

British audio outfit, Bowers & Wilkins, reprises the Zeppelin once again, this time in the form of a completely wireless speaker, which the company claims was completely redesigned from the ground up. See Full Review »

Our Score 8

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IK Multimedia iLoud Review

  • Clear, detailed sound
  • Extremely loud max volume
  • Highly versatile feature set
  • Growth potential with added software
  • Sound signature can be aggressive in the treble
  • Noisy Bluetooth connection
Our Score 8

Bose SoundTouch 20 Review

  • Full, clear sound
  • Great stereo separation
  • Intuitive, well-designed controls
  • Excellent streaming functionality
  • Occasional balance issues
  • Setup can be challenging
  • Limited to lossy file playback
Our Score 8

Libratone Loop Review

  • Very detailed treble
  • Clear and simple wireless play
  • Attractive, eye-catching design
  • Airplay and DLNA support with or without Wi-Fi
  • Treble is too aggressive overall
  • Midrange flat and underpowered
Our Score 6.5

Klipsch GiG Review

  • Thick, warm sound signature
  • Firm, powerful bass
  • Surprising stereo separation
  • Attractive design
  • Full feature set
  • Low on detail
  • Inconsistent re-pairing with previously paired…
  • Power switch and arm guard slightly awkward
Our Score 7.5

Philips SoundShooter SBT30 Review

  • Fuller sound than most competing speakers
  • Includes speakerphone
  • Carabiner is surprisingly useful/ super portable
  • Charging cable doubles as input cable
  • Surprisingly long battery life
  • Lacks bass
  • Will distort if pushed too hard
Our Score 7.5

Samsung Shape M7 Review

  • Clear, clean highs
  • Good bass response
  • Adds some intuitive features to Sonos-style…
  • Multiple ways to play
  • Sound lacks refined definition
  • Weak midrange
  • Wireless system can be choppy
Our Score 7

SoundCast Melody Review

  • Brilliant detail and definition
  • Warm, full bass
  • Big battery for up to 20 hours of listening
  • Rugged all-weather design
  • Easy to tote around
  • Volume control slightly annoying
  • Expensive
Our Score 9

Panasonic SC-NP10 Review

  • Warm and powerful bass
  • Immersive stereo sound
  • Versatile, feature packed design
  • Works with any brand smartphone or tablet
  • Affordable
  • Emits Bluetooth signal noise
  • Occasional light distortion
Our Score 7.5