While fairly pricey the second-gen Play:5 is the best-sounding Sonos speaker yet.
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.
Can't afford a Bang and Olufsen wireless speaker? You might try the new Zipp or Zipp Mini from another Danish company, Libratone.
Enhanced with better battery life and splashproof design, the Flip 3 is one of the best mini portable Bluetooth speakers available.
The next-generation Zeppelin speaker features both Apple AirPlay and Bluetooth wireless connectivity in a redesigned package that delivers better sound -- but costs $700.
Samsung has replaced its Shape mulitroom speakers with a new range of 360-degree models.
The DemerBox Big Bang Bluetooth boombox is at the top of its class in bass response, loudness, durability, and battery life. It's not the cheapest device on the shelf, but if you can afford it, the Big Bang is well worth the cost for a hand-built wireless speaker built entirely in the USA.
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Polk has unveiled its new Omni S6 wireless multiroom speaker which offers a curved design and a 3.5mm input, but still no Bluetooth.
Philips has announced its first multiroom Bluetooth system called the Izzy BM5, which enables users to stream to up to five speakers in your house.
The Pulse Flex is a compact two-way speaker which can be combined with another for a stereo pair. It also offers an unusually high number of inputs for an entry-level Wi-Fi speaker.
The Denon HEOS 1 offers a rugged design and a great feature set to users who want the flexibility of both multiroom music and optional Bluetooth portability.