Solid bookshelf stereo speakers for just $30 a pair? Believe it or not, yes.
Dayton Audio's entry-level B452 bookshelf speaker's sound is remarkably satisfying for a speaker under $30.
The Fluance XLHTB is a head-turning set of speakers at a reasonable price and while it sounds perfectly fine in a home theater context it lacks the performance subtleties peers can offer.
The $150 Harman Kardon Esquire Mini Bluetooth speaker has an eye-catching design, fits in a pocket and can charge your phone.
The more you listen, the more you'll hear.
From the stylish to the wacky and back, I the most interesting bluetooth speakers I saw throughout my walks around the show floor this year.
With speakers located on the legs and a subwoofer underneath the table, the Nom produces enough sound to fill a 50 square meter room.
Samsung's new egg-shaped speakers promise 360-degree sound, and come in different shapes and sizes. Hit play to take a look.
Fugoo's second speaker, the $300 Fugoo XL is bigger, plays louder and is completely waterproof.
Unveiled at CES 2015, the SoundBase 450 and 350 feature Bluetooth and built-in subwoofers and both come in under $300.
Small enough to fit in your pocket, the Phlips Fl3X Bluetooth speaker expands on both sides to add more bass punch to your music.
Genelec enjoys a stellar reputation among studio professionals, but how do its speakers sound at home?