Yamaha's second-generation single-speaker YSP-800 Digital Sound Projector is more affordable and easier to set up, and it sounds better than last year's model.
The various color schemes, sleek curves, and shiny body of the JBL Creature Speakers are sure to add a stylish twist to any workstation.
Creative's i-Trigue i3350 sports a 2.1-speaker system and incorporates two satellite speakers and a powerful subwoofer.
Eager to share your iPod Mini's tunes without compromising the player's slender styling? Try Altec Lansing's iMmini.
Though not as powerful as the competition, the Creative I-Trigue L3800 2.1 speakers still pack some punch and offer a wireless remote to boot.
A single-speaker surround system, the Polk Audio SurroundBar works best as a home-theater solution for small rooms.
While not perfect and a bit pricey, the Oregon Scientific iBall is a nice way to make your iPod tunes available at a party.
The Kensington SX 2000 speakers for the iPod are eye-catching, but you can find better options for sharing your iPod's tunes.
Klipsch's new iGroove iPod speaker trumps the competition's tweeterless models.
The Creative TravelDock 900 puts out some decent power for its size, but it's not as small as one might wish for a low-end portable speaker set.
Just when we thought all iPod speaker systems were doomed to sound shrill and ugly, the iM7 comes along to knock us out of our gloomy fugue. Where others have failed, the iM7 beats a fierce and bassy cry across a battlefield littered with fallen, tinny, inferior speakers
Creative's TravelSound 400 is a snazzy, compact set of travel speakers with an "enhanced stereo" option that manages to make sound seem more spread out--albeit with very little low end.
Buy the SpectraVideo Logic3 Sound Grip for a sound boost, not a comfort boost.
The Logitech PlayGear Amp is a great audio solution for users looking to get more sound out of their movies, music, and games on the PSP.
It's not as powerful as Logitech's wired Z-5500, but the benefits of the Z-5450's wireless rear-channel speakers outweigh the minor quality issues.
Every once in a while a product comes along that makes us drool like a newborn puppy. The Sonos is to home hi-fi what the iPod was to portable music players. We guarantee that anyone who installs a pair of Zoneplayers in their house is unlikely to leave it again
The Logitech Z-4 2.1 speakers improve on the lackluster Z-3s in both audio output quality and design.
The Logitech Z-4i 2.1 speakers improve on the lackluster Z-3s' in both audio output quality and design.