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Reviews for wireless Bluetooth speakers, iPod and iPhone docks, and Android compatible speakers. New reviews are continually added to this page as products enter the market.

Beats Pill (2024) in Champagne/Gold and matte black.

Beats Pill (2024) speaker review: the best portable for under $200

The Beats Pill is back and better than ever, with a much lower price, much bigger battery, and sound quality that — ahem — beats the best.
The JBL PartyBox Stage 320.

JBL PartyBox Stage 320 speaker review: power, clarity, and karaoke on wheels

The JBL Xtreme 4 Bluetooth speaker. [Embargoed image 06/03]

JBL Xtreme 4 review: a sweet-sounding battery beast with AI smarts

[Embargoed until 05/29) Soundcore Boom 2 Plus Bluetooth speaker.

Anker Soundcore Boom 2 Plus review: simply dynamite

The Bose SoundLink Max Bluetooth Speaker.

Bose SoundLink Max review: back to Bluetooth form

The Soundcore Boom 2 Bluetooth speaker.

Anker Soundcore Boom 2 review: big fat bass, skinny price, and it floats!

JBL Authentics 300.

JBL Authentics 300 review: portable power, retro style

Senic MoodPlay.

Senic MoodPlay review: a fun but pricey toy for the Sonos fan who has everything

Monster DNA Max hand-held.

Monster DNA Max review: 360 degrees of fun

SVS Prime Wireless Pro speaker on entertainment stand in living room.

SVS Prime Wireless Pro speakers review: the Swiss army knife of speakers

The Marshall Middleton Bluetooth speaker on a bookshelf.

Marshall Middleton review: a road-worthy portable powerhouse

Wiim Pro.

Wiim Pro review: This little black box could be Sonos’ worst nightmare

Original Series
The JBL Pulse 5 Bluetooth speaker, glowing blue on a media sideboard table with a stereo receiver.

JBL Pulse 5 review: decent sound, trippy lava-lamp light show

The JBL Pulse 5 Bluetooth speaker isn't going to blow you away with its sound, but it might with its beautifully trippy lava-lamp lights and waterproof design.
Front view of the House of Marley Get Together 2 XL speaker.

House of Marley Get Together 2 XL review: loud, proud, and made for a crowd

The House of Marley Get Together 2 XL can power a party, but its style makes it a fine choice for any room in your home.
Monoprice Soundstage 3 Portable view from the front.

Monoprice Soundstage 3 Portable review: This box rocks

The Monoprice Soundstage 3 Portable packs a real punch in how it sounds, and offers a variety of ports in the back to connect it to other components.
EarFun UBoom L by the pool.

EarFun UBoom L review

EarFun throws a bone to tighter budgets with the UBoom L, and rewards you with great sound and rugged durability you can enjoy pretty much anywhere you take your tunes with you.
Sony SRS-XE200 in hand.

Sony SRS-XE200 review: sweet sound from a small and tough speaker

Sony's SRS-XE200 manages to produce expansive, enjoyable sound from a very robust and portable package. Stereo sound and calling are the cherries on top.
Gravastar Mars Pro using red LED.

Gravastar Mars Pro review: the wireless spider speaker from space

Gravastar's Mars Pro Bluetooth speaker is way more than an audio device – it's a conversation starter!
Holding the Sony SRS-XG300 Bluetooth speaker.

Sony SRS-XG300 review: A great midsized boombox for the beach or backyard parties

The Sony SRS-XG300 takes the power and panache of the XG500 and makes it more portable and more capable, with the addition of voice calling.
Marshall Emberton II and Willen side by side.

Marshall Emberton II and Willen review: A stylish set of Bluetooth speakers you can take anywhere

Marshall's Emberton II and Willen Bluetooth speakers mix retro styling, waterproofing, and sonic pleasure in two different shapes and sizes.
Soundboks Go with carrier strap on shouldder..

Soundboks Go review: A portable and expandable party powerhouse

The Soundboks Go may be its smallest speaker to date, but it's still a loud party in a box, and it will fit right in anytime you want to draw a crowd.
Monoprice Harmony Capsule 200 held in hand to show relative size.

Monoprice Harmony Capsule 200 review: Middling middle ground

Monoprice gives the Harmony Capsule 200 all the budget trappings, yet has a hard time letting out enough sound to make it stand out.

LG XBoom 360 review: Loud sound and lights for your home

LG literally takes the XBoom 360 full circle with a slick design friendly to any home decor, while also letting you blast tunes from it with real authority.
Monster Blaster 3.0.

Monster Blaster 3.0 review: A boombox that booms just right

Looking for a boombox that keeps things simple to keep a group entertained? That's exactly what the Monster Blaster 3.0 was built to do.
JBL Charge 5.

JBL Charge 5 review: Potent and portable party speaker

The JBL Charge 5 is the kind of speaker you get when you want some mobility to go with sound that attracts a crowd in spite of a midsized footprint.
JBL Flip 6.

JBL Flip 6 review: Still loud for small crowds

The JBL Flip 6 carries on with a thick layer of bass, and plenty of volume in spite of its size, making it an ideal speaker to take with you wherever you go.
Ikea Symfonisk Table Lamp (Gen 2).

Ikea Symfonisk Table Lamp Gen 2 hands-on review: More light, more sound

Ikea's mushroom-shaped table lamp/wireless speaker gets a much-needed makeover while keeping Sonos' ease of use and room-filling sound.
Sonos Roam

Sonos Roam review: Tiny speaker, huge value

The $169 Sonos Roam isn't the cheapest Sonos speaker, but it is easily the most versatile. We think it's an incredible portable speaker for the price.
Nest Audio speaker in a moody dark room.

Google Nest Audio review: Big muscles, strong results

After several years waiting for a successor, the Google Nest Audio is poised to make an impact as a powerful, room-filling speaker perfect for the smart home.
Tribit StormBox Micro speakers

Tribit StormBox Micro review: River-tested, ears-approved

The Tribit StormBox Micro is a pocket-sized Bluetooth speaker that boasts eight hours of battery life, an IP67 weather resistance rating, and exceptional sound.
A person holding the Marshall Emberton.

Marshall Emberton review: Tiny, stylish stereo powerhouse

It's tough to stand out in the Bluetooth speaker crowd, but the Marshall Emberton's iconic guitar-amp design gives it an edge. Its huge battery also helps.
Sonos Move outdoors on a picnic bench.

Sonos Move review: Great outdoors

Sonos' first Bluetooth speaker was made for life outdoors, and can power a pool party single-handedly. But is it worth the investment? Here's our full review.
Marshall Tufton

Marshall Tufton Bluetooth speaker review: Big, bold block rocker

Most Bluetooth speakers are small, personal devices that emphasize portability over power. Not so with the Marshall Tufton. It's a no-compromises crowd-pleaser.
Ultimate Ears Hyperboom

Ultimate Ears Hyperboom review: Big bass in a Bluetooth speaker

Ultimate Ears has announced the UE Hyperboom, a huge Bluetooth speaker designed to easily play music, and play it loud enough to be the foundation of any party

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