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KEF KHT-5005.2

KEF's KHT-5005.2 is one of the few surround speaker packages to coax audiophile sound from lifestyle-friendly speakers and a subwoofer.

Belkin TuneSync

The Belkin TuneSync is fantastic value for money and an incredibly useful, space-saving device. It looks gorgeous and works perfectly

KEF FiveTwo Series Model 11

While their surround effects fall a bit short of the best we've heard, KEF's beautifully crafted FiveTwo Series Model 11 speakers produce five channels of sound with exceptional audiophile-grade clarity.

Yamaha Digital Sound Projector YSP-1100

Yamaha's YSP-1100, its best-ever Digital Sound Projector single-speaker surround system, is a breeze to set up and it sounds great on DVD.

Apple iPod Hi-Fi

If you're short on space, or you don't want a stereo system dominating your living room, the iPod Hi-Fi makes a compelling alternative to a full-blown separates system. It's loud, and it's clean-sounding. Fixed stereo speakers like these are always a compromise, but auditioning the Hi-Fi with acoustic tracks proves its mettle

Eclipse TD 307PA

Speakers are so often a relatively boring proposition, but the 307s consistently surprised us. The elegant styling and solid build aren't the only thing these units have going for them -- they sound like small gods. High praise for a pair of speakers barely bigger than a tennis ball? Audition them and hear for yourself. We were blown away

Altec Lansing InMotion iM7

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

Editors' Choice
$149.99 MSRP

Altec Lansing InMotion

Altec's Apple-esque desktop iPod speaker system sounds sweet.

Escient FireBall E-40 Digital Music Manager

The FireBall E-40 is one of the better DARs we've tested, but its $2,000 list price leaves us cold.

Editors' Choice
$399.95 MSRP

Logitech Z-680

If you're willing to spend some cash, this THX-certified 5.1-channel multimedia speaker system is an excellent choice.

Bowers & Wilkins 606 S2 Anniversary Edition

The Bowers & Wilkins 606 S2 Anniversary Edition offer a real taste of high-end performance for under a thousand dollars.

Anker Soundcore Rave Neo

If you're looking for a relatively compact Bluetooth speaker that delivers big sound and lighting effects, the Rave Neo is an excellent value at $99.

Sonos Arc

The Sonos Arc is the Dolby Atmos-toting soundbar to beat if your must-have features list includes voice assistants and multiroom music.

Ultimate Ears Hyperboom

The Ultimate Ears Hyperboom is the portable Bluetooth speaker for someone who's tired of sacrificing sound quality for size.

Tribit XSound Go

For an inexpensive Bluetooth speaker, the Tribit XSound Go is hard to beat.

JBL Link 20

Among the handful of voice-enabled portable Wi-Fi speakers out there, the JBL Link 20 is arguably the best for the money.

JBL Playlist

If you're looking to build a multiroom audio system based on Chromecast, you really should consider putting at least one JBL Playlist in there.

Sony HT-ST5000

The Sony HT-ST5000 Dolby Atmos sound bar may be expensive, but it offers excellent sound quality and decent flexibility.

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