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Google Home Mini

The Google Home Mini is a great device, and a no-brainer for existing Google Home users -- but it isn't the Echo Dot-killer Google probably needs it to be.

Yamaha YAS-207

The Yamaha YAS-207 is an excellent sound bar package which offers sound quality which soars above others' at the price.

Definitive Technology Demand D7

Definitive Technology has announced three new standmount speakers which offer striking looks and affordable prices

Bowers and Wilkins 707 S2

This speaker looks stunning and sounds highly detailed with the right music. But don't expect it to rock the house.

Harman Kardon Allure

Harman's new smart speaker is the latest to choose Alexa over her voice-control rivals.

Panasonic GA10 speaker

The blocky speaker takes on rivals such as the Google Home, Amazon Echo and Apple's HomePod.

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.

LG SJ9

Although not the most refined-sounding 'bar at its price, the LG SJ9 delivers Dolby Atmos and Chromecast audio in an affordable, attractive package.

Q Acoustics Media 4

The Q Acoustics Media 4’s minimalist features set, built-in subwoofer, and fuss-free sound make for an attractive alternative to bulkier sound bar systems.

KEF Q350

The KEF Q350 bookshelf speaker looks exquisite, and sounds bigger and more expensive than it really is.

Polk MagniFi MAX

The Polk MagniFi Max sound bar gives you plenty of connections and the option of matching surround speakers.

Samsung HW-MS650

The Samsung HW-MS650 boasts advanced technology and a pleasing sound, but can't match the bass of competitors with separate subwoofers.

Sony SRS-XB10

While it should costs a little less, the Sony SRS-XB10 is an attractively designed mini wireless speaker that outputs more bass than your typical tiny speaker.

Bose SoundLink Revolve

While I'd lean toward the bigger Revolve Plus, Bose's SoundLink Revolve is still of the best-sounding Bluetooth speakers for its size.

Bose SoundLink Revolve+

Bose's expensive SoundLink Plus is arguably the best-sounding Bluetooth speaker for its size.

Onkyo SBT-A500

The Onkyo SBT-A500 is fully loaded with features, and its attractive design may woo potential buyers, but poorer than expected sound quality kills the deal.

UE Wonderboom

For its size, the affordable and durable UE Wonderboom is one of the fullest sounding mini Bluetooth speakers you can buy.