The Logitech mm50 Portable Speakers for iPod are useful and affordable--and they sound good, too.
Klipsch's Synergy Sub-10 is powerful and musical, and that's not something you always find in midpriced subwoofers.
Klipsch's new trim speaker can provide the basis of a good-sounding--and good-looking--stereo or surround-sound system.
The Altec Lansing iM4 finally delivers the bass we've been craving in small portable speakers, and they're not iPod-centric, so you can use them with any MP3 player.
Wharfedale's dressed-to-the-nines center speaker shines with the Diamond line's towers and satellites.
The great-sounding Klipsch iFi is the 800-pound gorilla of iPod speakers.
Altec Lansing's three-piece speaker system lets you get more mileage from your Roady XM radio.
JBL's potent SCS180.6 speaker package can humble its pint-size competition.
For the money, it is very easy to recommend the Jamo PJ 8000PDD.1 surround speaker system. In comparison to other compact systems of the same size, power and price it performed remarkably strongly, especially at the higher and lower ends. The good build quality and design employed by Jamo certainly helps distinguish this system from the competition.
The SRS-T33 speaker is appropriate for budget-conscious travelers who want a way to listen to their tunes in hotel rooms and other small, stereo-less areas.
If you're strapped for space and want a great sounding surround sound system, the D-M51 comes highly recommended.
If you're looking to add straightforward surround sound to your PC, Logitech's Z-5300e 5.1 speaker set delivers respectable but unexceptional performance for a reasonable price.
Polk's new plasma-friendly home-theater solution looks the part--and sounds pretty darn good, too.
Distinctive, plasma TV-inspired style and gorgeous sound put the Polk Audio RM6800 near the top of its class.
The relatively affordable Creative GigaWorks ProGamer G500 5.1-channel multimedia speaker system delivers excellent performance across the board. We only wish it had a digital audio input.
They're not the prettiest speakers designed for the iPod, but they get the job done at a reasonable price.
Altec Lansing's GT5051 delivers discrete 5.1-channel surround sound with just two satellites speakers, a center speaker, and a subwoofer, but you sacrifice performance for the sake of compact design.
Yamaha's bleeding-edge speaker technology creates a convincing surround-sound effect, but the quality won't satisfy audiophiles.