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HolidayBuyer's Guide

Bose SoundLink Mini

Sony SRS-BTX500 Premium Bluetooth Wireless Speaker

Bose SoundLink Bluetooth Mobile Speaker II

Jawbone Mini Jambox

JBL Flip

UE Boom

Cambridge Soundworks Oontz XL

Sonos Play:1

Sonos Play:5

Bose's SoundLink Mini is one of the most popular Bluetooth speakers for a reason: it has excellent build quality and delivers very impressive sound for its tiny size.
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The Sony SRS-BTX500 stands out for having a slick design and delivering excellent sound for a portable Bluetooth speaker.
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Bose SoundLink Bluetooth Mobile Speaker II has lost some of its wow factor since the arrival of its little brother, the SoundLink Mini, but it's still a very solid portable wireless speaker.
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While the Mini Jambox has its limitations soundwise, we gave it a perfect score for its design.
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The JBL Flip isn't the newest Bluetooth speaker on the block, but it remains a good value at $99.
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The Bose SoundLink Mini may have the edge as an indoor speaker, but the UE Boom performs great outside.
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Cambridge Soundworks offers some of the better values in Bluetooth speakers with its Oontz, and while we liked the Oontz a lot at $99, it's still a pretty decent deal at its current price of $119.
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At $199, Sonos' slickly designed and nice-sounding Play:1 speaker makes it affordable to start a multiroom audio system -- and expand on it without breaking the bank.
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The $399 Play:5 was the first speaker Sonos introduced, and though it may not be twice as good as the $199 Play:1, it does deliver richer sound with more bass.
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