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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.
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.
While they may not be a bargain at $250, the Audyssey Wireless Speakers deliver a combination of excellent sound quality and stylish looks.
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.
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The Bowers & Wilkins 685 S2 stand-mount speakers promise better treble response and a more understated design than found in the previous model.
Wadia's USB digital-to-analog converter/stereo amplifier is a bona-fide triumph! Desktop audio never sounded this good before.