CNET editors' favorite speakers.
The Teac A-H01 integrated amplifier delivers big sound in a compact body, but a few design missteps limit its appeal.
While they'll cost you $50 more, Audioengine A2+ multimedia speakers improve on an already great product (the A2) with slightly better sound when hooked up to your computer via a new USB connection.
While they may not be a bargain at $250, the Audyssey Wireless Speakers deliver a combination of excellent sound quality and stylish looks.
Logitech's well-designed Z600 wireless Bluetooth speakers deliver true stereo separation and good sound -- so long as you don't crank the volume too much.
The Bowers & Wilkins 685 S2 stand-mount speakers promise better treble response and a more understated design than found in the previous model.
Except for the Meridian audio system, cabin tech in the 2014 Range Rover Sport remains run-of-the-mill, but this SUV's on- and off-road capabilities are truly extraordinary.
If you want to gain some real estate and free up the clutter in Microsoft's Office 2013, you can choose to hide the Ribbon.
Despite some small flaws, the sturdily built Divoom Voombox Travel is a good budget choice for a wireless travel speaker.
The Philips BT3500 may not excel in any one area, but its slim design is appealing and it delivers decent performance for an affordable price.
While we didn't like their sound as much as the Audioengine 2s', the Audyssey Media Speakers are an attractively designed set of powered multimedia speakers that offer good sound and the added bonus of a digital optical input.