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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 wireless speaker and docks.

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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Apple HomePod Review

  • Excellent, nuanced sound
  • Great design
  • Easy HomeKit setup and control
  • Streaming support via AirPlay
  • No built-in support for Spotify, Pandora, or other…
  • Requires iOS device running iOS 11.2.5 to set up
  • No Bluetooth or Aux jack for non-iOS devices
Our Score 6

Solis SO-6000 Review

  • Unique, mid-century aesthetic
  • Chromecast Audio built-in
  • Can be grouped with other speakers for multiroom…
  • Bass induces distortion
  • Poor build quality
  • More expensive than sibling speaker with same…
  • Switching between modes is difficult
  • Short power cable and no rechargeable battery
Our Score 4

SBode M400 Review

  • Balanced sound signature
  • True Wireless Stereo mode pairs up two speakers
  • SD/TF card slot
  • IPX6 resistance rating
  • Extremely weak bass response
  • Derivative design
  • No readout for FM radio
Our Score 6

Audioengine A5+ Wireless Speakers Review

  • Superb treble definition
  • Punchy bass
  • Wide stereo image
  • Excellent wireless performance
  • No input switch between Bluetooth and RCA
Our Score 9

Tivoli Audio Model One Digital and ART Speakers…

  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth options
  • Gorgeous retro style
  • Clear, satisfying sound
  • Minimal streaming services supported
  • Awkward setup and control
  • Flaky Wi-Fi
  • Poor, or non-existent search
Our Score 5

Amazon Echo Dot Review

  • Compact and unobtrusive
  • Connects to any audio system
  • Far-field voice recognition
  • Constantly evolving functionality
  • On-board sound is weak
Our Score 8

Google Home Max Review

  • Powerful sound with gobs of bass
  • Can pair with multiple devices
  • Assistant is as useful as ever
  • Supports many music streaming services
  • Expensive
  • Can't work as a wireless TV sound bar
Our Score 8

Wren V3US/V3USP Review

  • Classy, sleek design
  • Buoyant bass response
  • Warm, clear performance across the spectrum
  • Surfeit of connection choices
  • DTS Play-Fi apps, setup is frustrating
  • Midrange occasionally dark
Our Score 8