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We review hundreds of products in a wide range of categories each year. Here's the best of the best in speakers.

Audioengine A5+ wireless speakers review

As with any wireless take on a great set of speakers, the Bluetooth-connected variant of Audioengine’s iconic A5+ had us very excited when they arrived. Are they the perfect option for jackless phone owners and… See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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Braven 600 Review

  • Pristine sound quality
  • Bluetooth 3.0
  • Built-in speakerphone
  • Compact size, sturdy construction
  • Little bass response (due to size)
  • Annoyingly loud sound queues
Our Score 7.5

Boston Acoustics Tvee Model 20 Review

  • Extremely easy to install and use
  • Solid Sound
  • Great bang for your buck
  • Subwoofer is easily localized
  • Unnecessarily bright LED on sub
Our Score 8.5

Boston Acoustics Tvee Model 30 Review

  • Extremely easy to install and use
  • Big sound with dialogue anchored in the center
  • Well-integrated subwoofer
  • Bluetooth wireless audio capability
  • No DTS decoding
  • Front grille is not well secured
Our Score 8.5

Aperion Aris Review

  • Powerful, natural sound
  • Impressive bass response
  • Easy setup
  • Easy on the eyes
  • Versatile and upgradable
  • Bass boost EQ preset is unnecessary
  • High-frequency dispersion slightly limited
  • No remote control
Our Score 8.5

Altec Lansing Expressionist Ultra MX6021 Review

  • Power to spare, for PC speakers
  • Chest-thumping bass, crisp treble
  • Sleek, modern design
  • Included desktop remote control
  • Audible hiss even at moderate volume
  • Slight lack of presence
  • Non-standard speaker cables
  • Enormous subwoofer hard to hide
  • Awkward desktop controller
Our Score 7

Bowers & Wilkins A5 Review

  • Clean, clear and refined sound quality
  • Huge, jaw-dropping bass response when…
  • Enjoyable sound with all kinds of music
  • Plays loudly with very little distortion
  • Well-finished, inert cabinet design
  • Midrange and treble response a bit uneven
  • Sound quality somewhat sensitive to placement
  • Can’t handle multiple sources or rooms
Our Score 8

Bowers & Wilkins MT-60D Review

  • Fantastic subwoofer
  • Satellites deliver excellent imaging and…
  • Innovative mounting options
  • Satellites aren’t quite on par with the sub
  • Spring-loaded binding posts can’t accept…
  • Subwoofer is quite expensive
Our Score 8