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Monoprice Harmony Capsule 200 review: Middling middle ground

The Monoprice Harmony Capsule 200 will remind you of its low cost when it pumps out music. That's not good.
Monoprice Harmony Capsule 200 held in hand to show relative size.

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

With lights and big sound, LG's XBoom 360 speaker will make any gathering a lot more fun, indoors or outdoors.
LG XBOOM 360.

Monster Blaster 3.0 review: A boombox that booms just right

Monster doesn't reinvent anything with the Blaster 3.0 boombox, but it does deliver the results you'd expect.
Monster Blaster 3.0.

JBL Charge 5 review: Potent and portable party speaker

With the Charge 5, JBL continues to make its Charge speakers sound bigger and bolder than they otherwise look.
JBL Charge 5.

JBL Flip 6 review: Still loud for small crowds

The JBL Flip 6 speaker's combination of volume and portability will keep music playing just about everywhere.
JBL Flip 6.

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

Ikea's Symfonisk speaker-in-a-table-lamp concept gets a much-needed makeover, as well as some better sound.
Ikea Symfonisk Table Lamp (Gen 2).

Sonos Roam review: Tiny speaker, huge value

With an incredible array of features and ultra-portability, the Roam is going to win Sonos a lot of new fans.
Sonos Roam

Google Nest Audio review: Big muscles, strong results

The Google Nest Audio is a powerful, room-filling speaker that's perfect for the smart home.
Nest Audio speaker in a moody dark room.

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

The Tribit StormBox Micro packs good sound and impressive durability in a lightweight, portable package.
Tribit StormBox Micro speakers

Marshall Emberton review: Tiny, stylish stereo powerhouse

Battery life, sound, and classic looks. Everything is larger than life with the Emberton except its size.
A person holding the Marshall Emberton.