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Jawbone has used the LiveAudio algorithm across its Jambox range, but the audio widening makes the Mini sound truly remarkable.
Cambridge SoundWorks adds to its line of value wireless Bluetooth speakers with the larger OontZ XL, which sounds better than competing $100 models.
This $150 Bluetooth speaker is a bit bigger than the Jambox, but it sounds better.
Available as a free download via Jawbone's MyTalk, the update adds new features and performance improvements, including better battery life.
While you'll pay a premium for it, the Jawbone Mini Jambox is the best-sounding and best-designed micro wireless speaker.
While it doesn't live up to its billing as "the world's smallest audiophile Bluetooth speaker," the Monster SupersStar has some nice attributes, including a slim, splash-resistant design and built-in speakerphone.
On August 28, Jawbone will allow people to customize their own Jambox Bluetooth speaker, in more than 100 possible combinations for just $199.
Jawbone's Jambox portable speaker has been revised into a slightly less portable, but roomier, Big Jambox.
We'll take the top two wireless Bluetooth speakers and throw them into the Prizefight ring. Which one is worth your $300? It's the Bose SoundLink vs. the Jawbone Big Jambox.