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Tivoli Audio Andiamo

This swanky little Bluetooth speaker may seem pretty pricey, but it does come with an Italian leather strap.

Monster Superstar S100

While it should cost a little less, the Monster Superstar S100 is an appealing mini Bluetooth speaker.

Tribit XSound Go

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

Apple HomePod

Apple's HomePod won’t slay Amazon Alexa out of the gate. But if you’re an iPhone user who prizes sound quality above all, you should seriously consider this speaker.

Klipsch Reference Theater Pack

The Klipsch Reference Theater Pack offers impressive sound for such a tiny footprint, but lacks cinematic power compared to bigger-box speakers.

Q Acoustics M2

The Q Acoustics M2 is a compact sound base with clean sonics and a handy HDMI connection, but competing units deliver more impact for home theater.

JBL Xtreme 2

JBL's second-generation jumbo portable Bluetooth speaker has upgraded drivers and a fully waterproof design. It ships this spring.

X-mini Infiniti S

Packing four drivers and as subwoofer, the Infiniti S makes its debut at CES to awe your ears.

Ultimate Ears MegaBlast

While it's expensive and still a work in progress, UE's Megablast speaker is the best-sounding portable Alexa-enabled speaker out there right now.

Ultimate Ears Blast

While it's expensive and still a work in progress, UE's Blast speaker is one of the best sounding portable Alexa-enabled speakers.

Amazon Echo Spot

The Echo Spot is a fine for what it is, but Amazon still hasn't done enough to convince us that Alexa needs a touchscreen at all.

Google Home Max

Although too expensive for mass appeal, the Google Home Max is the best-sounding smart speaker yet.

Q Acoustics 3020

The Q Acoustics 3020 are a lively and engrossing set of compact speakers that offer true audiophile quality without the high price.

Mobvoi TicHome Mini

Minor annoyances hold the TicHome Mini back from being a true Google Home Mini alternative, but it works well enough to warrant consideration as a feature-rich Bluetooth speaker.

Fender Newport

The Bluetooth speaker also comes with old-school physical knobs for your inner hipster.

Polk Audio Omni S2

The Polk Omni S2 is a well-priced, versatile Play-Fi speaker with decent sound quality, but Sonos' shadow looms large.

Samsung MS750 Soundbar

The Samsung HW-MS750 offers a decent mix of features and performance, but it's simply too expensive.

Yamaha MusicCast WX-010

If you have a Yamaha receiver, the Yamaha MusicCast WX-010 is a perfect complement, offering delightful sound quality in a compact package.