Editors' Choice

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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Paradigm Soundtrack Review

  • Tactile detail
  • Clear, dynamic midrange
  • Potent, lyrical bass
  • Elegant design
  • Wide stereo image
  • Occasional raw edge to upper mids
  • No Bluetooth connection
  • Limited inputs
Our Score 9

JBL Authentic L8 Review

  • Powerful performance top to bottom
  • Brilliant detail in the highs
  • Warm and smooth midrange
  • Multiple ways to play
  • Attractive vintage aesthetic
  • A tad pricey
  • No remote control
  • Midrange occasionally too dark
Our Score 9

Harman Kardon Onyx Studio Review

  • Full, powerful sound
  • Smooth bass
  • Clear, accurate treble
  • Sleek minimalist aesthetic
  • Portable
  • Misses some fine details in the midrange
  • Bluetooth only, no aux input
  • Expensive
Our Score 8

Philips HTB3525B Review

  • All-in-wonder that really works
  • Sounds far better than TV speakers
  • Attractive UI/good smart TV features
  • Fuzzy on the details, especially in midrange
  • Can get too icy in treble
  • No Amazon Prime Instant app
Our Score 8

JBL Onbeat Rumble Review

  • Rich, powerful bass
  • High velocity sound without distortion
  • Clean and clear wireless connection
  • Icy upper register
  • Lack of resolution in instrumental detail
  • Expensive
Our Score 7

Sony HT-XT1 Review

  • Clear, present sound
  • Loaded with features and inputs
  • Elegant design
  • Intuitive interface
  • Great price
  • Midrange a tad too light and delicate
  • Won’t hit the lowest lows
Our Score 8

Braven BRV-X Review

  • Rich, full midrange
  • Clear, detailed sound
  • Waterproof construction
  • Feature packed
  • Good battery life
  • Treble is a tad bright
  • A little pricey
Our Score 8.5

TDK TREK Max Review

  • Solid, balanced sound
  • Powerful max volume
  • Robust, weatherized design
  • Good feature set
  • Pedestrian battery life
  • Sound not as detailed as we’d like
Our Score 8