One of my absolute favorite personal speakers, with a killer sound signature and durable, compact package.
The JBL Clip 2 is a tiny, spunky little speaker that can travel with you on your bike, belt, or backpack.
The most visually stunning lightshow I’ve seen on a portable Bluetooth speaker, the JBL Pulse 3 is the ultimate ambiance machine.
When the JBL Charge is too small but the JBL Boombox is too big, the JBL Xtreme Bluetooth Speaker is perfect. Read the review here.
Straight out of the seventies with gold knobs, acoustic fretting, and the classic Marshall sound, all packed into a Bluetooth speaker.
Fighting far above its weight, the Sonos One blasts louder than my JBL Xtreme, with punchy bass, a great app equalizer, and an impressively small footprint.
For the price, I expected the Sony LSPX-S1 LanternLamp Speaker to offer a bit more with battery, controls, and sound falling a bit short. But it is definitively a lifestyle product and serious home decor statement.
One of the first solutions to playing music in sync across the house – if that’s your goal, these are a great bet.
Bang & Olufsen products generally come at a high price, but with it comes a high-quality sound and style. And the B&O A1 provides those in spades.