The Braven 855s is a bit overpriced, but it's built like a brick, delivers decent sound and has strong battery life.
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While it doesn't do that much to stand out from the crowded field of Bluetooth speakers in the $60-$100 range, the well-built and decent sounding (for its size) UE Mini Boom is a pretty safe choice for those looking for a very compact wireless speaker.
That's an awfully inexpensive way to give your TV an awfully good audio upgrade.
While it doesn't do much to distinguish itself from the competition, the Urge Basics Soundbrick is a decent enough wireless Bluetooth speaker that has an attractively understated design and a built-in speakerphone.
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Though designed with PCs in mind, these snazzy speakers (reg. $50) can also provide an audio boost to another important appliance.
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If you're looking for a beefier portable wireless speaker to take outdoors, the $300 Braven 855s can pound out the tunes and has good battery life.
First and foremost, the Fostex PX-5HS speakers sound remarkably clear, and don't let their small stature fool you, the little speakers' bass is rich and full.
The Audiophiliac surveys the field of better desktop, aka 'nearfield' speakers, and likes what he hears.