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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.

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

EarFun UBoom L by the pool.

EarFun UBoom L review

Sony SRS-XE200 in hand.

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

Gravastar Mars Pro using red LED.

Gravastar Mars Pro review: the wireless spider speaker from space

Holding the Sony SRS-XG300 Bluetooth speaker.

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

Marshall Emberton II and Willen side by side.

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

Soundboks Go with carrier strap on shouldder..

Soundboks Go review: A portable and expandable party powerhouse

Monoprice Harmony Capsule 200 held in hand to show relative size.

Monoprice Harmony Capsule 200 review: Middling middle ground

LG XBOOM 360.

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

Monster Blaster 3.0.

Monster Blaster 3.0 review: A boombox that booms just right

JBL Charge 5.

JBL Charge 5 review: Potent and portable party speaker

JBL Flip 6.

JBL Flip 6 review: Still loud for small crowds

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 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

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

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

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

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.
The Sonos Move in an outdoor setting.

Sonos Move review: Great outdoors

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

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 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
Bose Portable Home Speaker

Bose Portable Home Speaker review: Great sound, anywhere

Bose Portable Home Speaker review: Great sound, anywhere

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.
Sonos One front offset.

Sonos One review

Sonos One review

To compete in the smart speaker space, Sonos could have just made a better-sounding Alexa speaker. But the company has a reputation to uphold, and went much further than that. Our Sonos One Review reveals how Sonos does Alexa better than Amazon. The Sonos One remains one of the best you can get.
Riva Concert Review

Riva Concert review

Riva Concert review

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.
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Ultimate Ears Megaboom 3 review

Ultimate Ears Megaboom 3 review

With better waterproofing, increased durability, and flashy new colorways, The Ultimate Ears Megaboom 3 bests its predecessors, offering excellent sound and worry-free performance to adventure-loving listeners on the go. As far as Bluetooth speakers go, it’s hard to do better than this lively cylinder of sound.
Marshall Kilburn II review

Marshall Kilburn II hands-on review

Marshall Kilburn II hands-on review

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?
Solis SO-6000 review

Solis SO-6000 review

Solis SO-6000 review

On the lookout for retro-styled gear? If you’re into 1950s-inspired, mid-century modern design, the Solis SO-6000 wireless speaker will grab your curiosity. But how does it stack up when it comes to craftsmanship and sound quality? As our review relays, it’s not easy matching sleek style with worthy performance.
SBode M400 review

SBode M400 Bluetooth speaker review

SBode M400 Bluetooth speaker review

The list of wireless speakers on Amazon is long, and it can be hard to tell what’s legit (and what’s not) without a practiced eye. We tested out a pair of Sbode M400 speakers to see whether they belong with the best or with the rest. Turns out, the answer is somewhere in between.
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Audioengine A5+ wireless speakers review

Audioengine A5+ wireless speakers review

As with any wireless take on a great set of speakers, the Bluetooth-connected variant of Audioengine’s A5+ speakers had us very excited when they arrived in our A/V testing room. How do they compete with the superb original model, and could the wireless connection make them the perfect pair of speakers for jackless phone owners?
Tivoli Model One Digital Review

Tivoli Audio ART Model One Digital review

Tivoli Audio ART Model One Digital review

Our Tivoli Model One Digital review reveals that despite great sound, problems with Wi-Fi and limited streaming support stops us short from falling totally in love.
Google Home Max Review

Google Home Max review

Google Home Max review

The Google Home Max with Google Assistant is a massive speaker with a massive price tag. But it also boasts great sound quality.
Cotodama Lyric review

Cotodama Lyric hands-on review

Cotodama Lyric hands-on review

In our Cotodama Lyric Speaker Hands-on review, we get transfixed by a truly unique speaker system that’s part music visualizer, part karaoke machine, and part art installation. It’s unlike anything we’ve experienced before.
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Ultimate Ears Blast review

Ultimate Ears Blast review

Ultimate Ears always brings its “A” game to the plate, but does its newest offering knock it out of the park? We review the Alexa-capable Blast speaker.
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Riva Festival multiroom speaker review

Riva Festival multiroom speaker review

Great looks, a massive number of input options, and wide stereophonic sound make the Riva Festival an excellent multiroom option.