Part speaker, part speakerphone, the Danish designed Beoplay A1 boasts 24-hour batter life and is the most compact -- and least expensive -- Bluetooth speaker in the Beoplay line at $249.
Great speakers come in all shapes and sizes. We've rounded up our favorite picks from sound bars, wireless speakers, and even full surround sound systems in this master list of speaker types, so your audio system get get as big or small as you want.
The affordable Bose SoundTouch 10 is an impressive sounding compact Wi-Fi wireless speaker that also offers Bluetooth connectivity.
For surround seekers who prioritize ease of setup, Klipsch's wireless 5.1 system is an intriguing option, but for the money we expected better sound quality.
The SB500 sound bar is easily the best-looking and -sounding Zvox we've ever tested, and among the best for the money, period.
Although it doesn't have the best overall sound quality, the Samsung Radiant360 R1 is a welcome departure from most Wi-Fi speakers and works well if you primarily want background music.
The Bose SoundTouch 30 keeps a good pace for both price and feature count with mostly excellent sound quality, particularly at moderate volumes.
The Yamaha YSP-5600 projects a huge sound field -- no other sound bar can produce as immersive an experience -- but it can sound thin, and dynamic punch is limited.
The Fluance Fi70 is being billed as the first speaker to house dual 8-inch woofers. It's a sculpted 81-pound monster.
Due out this spring, the JBL Clip 2 improves on an already good micro Bluetooth speaker.
If you're looking for a compact wireless speaker, the upcoming JBL Charge 3 is one of the 2016 models you should have your eye on.