The Polk Command Bar's mix of features and elevated sound quality makes it the best Alexa-compatible sound bar yet.
Roughly the size of a hula hoop, the king-size speaker can sit on the floor or hang on the wall -- and you crank up the sound by rolling it.
Polk's Signa S2 updates what is already an excellent sound bar and subwoofer combo with HDMI connectivity.
Designed for safety-conscious runners and bikers, these Bluetooth speakers magnetically attach to your clothes.
Highly detailed sound is the key strength of Boston Acoustics' CS2310 system, but it lacks the muscle to make home theater come alive.
The Samsung HW-C450 is an exceedingly thin sound bar home theater system that sounds surprisingly good with movies, but lacks HDMI connectivity.
The VSB210WS, Vizio's very first sound bar system, delivers reasonably full-bodied sound for a very affordable price.
The LG LSB316 is a sleek sound bar and its Bluetooth support enables AirPlay-like streaming, but its sound quality is only so-so.
The Polk Audio SurroundBar SDA IHT sounds better than most sound bars and puts a focus on simplicity, but its feature limitations and lack of a remote make it less appealing against the competition.
The Jabra SP700 has a number of innovative features that step it up above other affordable speakerphones.
While the great-looking Altec Lansing Expressionist Bass FX3022 multimedia speakers fall a little short for music listening, their potent bass makes them a better choice for gaming and movie watching.
Though it won't turn your MacBook into an all-out rocking sound system, the BassJump will drastically improve its overall sound quality and add that extra oomph to your music.
As far as tiny wireless speakers go, the Divoom Bluetune Solo stacks up well against the competition, with an attractive design, good features, and relatively decent sound.
The no-frills AmazonBasics BTV2 Bluetooth speaker offers an inexpensive accessory to boost your audio on the go.
Amazon offers an attractive deal with the budget-friendly BTV4 Bluetooth speaker, as long as you're comfortable sacrificing a bit of fidelity for price and portability.
The Harman/Kardon Go + Play is one of the best-sounding portable iPod speaker systems you can buy, but its high price and lack of compatibility with recent iPod models make it a limited recommendation.
The Fluance's design isn't for everyone, but for those in search of the best sound for their Bluetooth buck, the $149.99 Fi30 is hard to beat.
While the JBL Duet III speakers just don't have a lot of oomph to them, they look good and offer decent sound.