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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.
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.
The ADL by Furutech Esprit is exactly the sort of component that can elevate the sound of a high-end desktop system.
Artist Janet Cardiff's spellbinding sound installation, "The Forty Part Motet," uses a room full of Bowers & Wilkins speakers.
It's being called the ultimate playpen for musicians. Molly Wood interviews Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead in his private studio about technology, live-streaming music concerts, and a whole new way for artists and fans to connect.
While they may not be a bargain at $250, the Audyssey Wireless Speakers deliver a combination of excellent sound quality and stylish looks.
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.
Looking for the best available AirPlay speakers? We have rounded up some excellent models here.
Wadia's USB digital-to-analog converter/stereo amplifier is a bona-fide triumph! Desktop audio never sounded this good before.
In the wake of last month's revelations that encryption firm RSA has been in cahoots with the NSA, several of the best-known security industry speakers cancel their regular appearances at the RSA Conference.