Amazon released a new Alexa device called the Echo Flex. What is the Echo Flex? What can the Echo Flex do? What features does it boast? Is this $25 device a suitable alternative to larger, more expensive Echo speakers? We tested the speaker for two weeks, and here’s our full review of the Echo Flex.
Few wireless speakers combine Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, smart assistants, and a built-in battery so you can take them anywhere. The $350 Bose Portable Home Speaker is one of these, and it manages to sound great too. While not as full-sounding or capable as the $399 Sonos Move, it's way more portable.
Polk's ambitious new Legend speakers come in hot in the approachable L100 bookshelf speakers, offering audiophile sound from a brand that has long embraced the budget buy. The latest from Polk goes back to the company's roots with clear, dimensional sound that's refreshingly dynamic.
Can a $99 speaker deliver the kind of sound and convenience that Sonos users have become accustomed to? In a word: Yes. And then some. The Ikea-Sonos Symfonisk Bookshelf speaker manages to sound great while fitting into nearly any space in your home, and can also double as an actual bookshelf.
The latest from SVS, the Prime Wireless speakers, are a new and convenient way to enjoy the incredible sound of the Prime Series speakers without the need for amplification. While they do come with a few caveats, those looking for gorgeous sound in an equally gorgeous package will want to give them a long look.
Can a Bluetooth speaker combine voice assistant smarts with great sound quality, or do you always have to separate the two? Marshall's Stanmore II Voice adds Amazon Alexa to prove it’s possible, while maintaining the signature sound we’ve come to expect.The Stanmore II has been shaking our floor, and here's our review.
Roku boldly steps into audio with its new Roku Wireless Speakers, an affordable, tailor-made sound solution for your Roku TV. But do they hold up under sonic scrutiny? We put them to the test to find out if these speakers are worth choosing over a soundbar or other audio solution.
The Riva Concert series speaker is a fantastic small-profile smart speaker with Alexa integration, truly excellent sound, and great looks, making it the perfect addition to your kitchen, living room, or bedroom. With even more features than the Sonos One.
Make your home theater rumble just right with our manual speaker setup guide, a simple, step-by-step walkthrough to getting the most from your audio equipment without needing to rely on automatic calibration, which often can't produce the same stellar results as manual calibration.
Paradigm’s astonishingly transparent Persona B bookshelf speakers offer incredible sound to bring you inside the studio, onto the stage, and closer to the souls of your favorite musicians than ever. With the ability to virtually disappear behind the instruments, they offer one of the most satisfying listening experiences you’ll find.
Amazon introduced the Echo Sub for Echo speaker owners who wanted to inject some room-moving bass into their smart speaker experience. We took the new Alexa-friendly sub for a spin and quickly learned that it’s a niche product, but one that does its odd job extremely well.
You’ll have to speak up, because we’ve been testing the Marshall Kilburn II Bluetooth speaker -- and it’s shockingly loud. Designed not just for indoors use, this speaker has a battery inside that makes it ideal for outdoor use too. Aside from the volume, how does the Kilburn II sound and perform?
There’s a lot to like about the LG WK7 smart speaker with ThinQ technology. It offers solid sounding bass and vocals, and gets the job done as a Google Assistant smart speaker. We tested the speaker out to learn more about LG’s latest effort, which also happens to be a pretty affordable option for those seeking more thump.