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What's good  

  • Intuitive interface
  • Easy setup
  • Excellent audio quality

What's bad  

  • No Bluetooth connection
  • Not Zigbee enabled

Wondering what you need to look for when buying a bluetooth speaker? This buyer's guide will tell you what you need to know.

How to Choose the Best Wireless Speaker

Whether you are having a jam session with friends, relaxing on the beach, watching movies on your tablet or pumping your favorite tracks throughout your home, there is a wireless speaker available to fit nearly any use and preference.

While the earliest Bluetooth speakers were once very expensive and offered questionable audio quality, the latest wireless speaker options feature great sound at much lower price points.

If you’ve ever considered purchasing a wireless speaker or multi-room speaker system but weren’t sure where to start, we’ve got you covered.


Wireless Speaker Basics

Speaker Designs

Physical designs of speakers vary widely. However, most can be grouped into one of three categories:

Portable Speakers
These speakers are light and compact.

Most feature rechargeable battery cells for convenient charging and use on the go.

Some feature water resistance, protective shells and other protective features to improve durability as well.

Sizes range from smaller than paperback book to larger boom box-styled models with handles.

Very few portable speakers offer smart speaker functionality, but there are a few premium options if you require it.

Home Audio Speakers
These speakers are typically larger and heavier than portable models.

While some offer battery power, most require a connection to an electrical jack.

While they are light enough to carry or move in most cases, they are designed to be placed in a location or room and stay there.

These speakers are often more expensive than portable models but offer better audio quality.

Stereo/Multi-Room Wireless Speakers
Many home audio speakers allow you to use multiple speakers and connect them in groups of two or more to make playing audio across your entire home easy.

Stereo wireless speakers place each speaker in a separate box for better audio separation and clarity over single speaker systems.

For computer, laptop or tablet use, these speakers offer good sound and reduce cable clutter without taking up substantial amounts of space as well.

Multi-room systems take this one step further allowing you to connect 2 or more speakers in different locations throughout your home or business. You can also usually use apps to create speaker groups or decide where to stream audio to provide control of your listening experience from a central place regardless of where you are in relation to the speakers.

In most cases, each speaker will need its own power source. So while it's not 100% wireless, you can avoid having to run audio cables throughout the house.


Wireless Speaker Types

Common wireless speaker types include:

  • Bluetooth speakers
  • AirPlay Speakers
  • Smart or Voice Control Speakers

Regardless of the type, connecting your speakers is typically as simple as setting your smartphone, tablet, or computer to detect devices and choosing it on the screen -- either in the device settings or in an app.

Some speakers -- particularly Bluetooth speakers -- will require you to put the speaker in pairing mode. This is often done using a physical button somewhere on the speaker.

With the basics out of the way, let's look at some of the differences of each speaker type.

Bluetooth Speakers

For Bluetooth devices, you'll need to put the speaker in pairing mode and then search for them using the device you wish to connect. In most cases, this is done in your settings under the "Bluetooth" section.

Most Bluetooth speakers are limited to connecting to a single device. This means you can't let everyone control the music at once or easily switch between devices -- such as your phone and your laptop -- without repairing the device.

If you pair your speaker(s) with another device, they will typically forget the first device they were connected to.

The one exception to this is speakers with multi-point pairing. This feature allows the speaker to remember multiple devices. Some even feature switches to quickly toggle between multiple devices.

Checking the manual for your speaker is the best way to know about specific features and instructions.

AirPlay Speakers

AirPlay is a feature created by Apple to allow wireless speaker connectivity using your Wi-Fi network.

When the feature debuted, you needed and Apple device -- such an iPad or iPhone -- to connect to the speakers.

These days, there are apps to help with this on Windows and Android as well.

Regardless of what you're using to connect, you'll need to use an app to establish set everything up. But once you have, you shouldn't need to do so again -- even if you're using multiple speakers or devices.

AirPlay offers a number of benefits over Bluetooth, including:

  • Extended Range: Instead of being limited to an area around the speaker, AirPlay speakers can connect to any device using the same Wi-Fi network. This makes it easy to stream audio across the entire house or out the yard or pool.

  • Multi-room Audio: AirPlay 2 allows you to group speakers and connect to multiple speakers at the same time. This provides greater flexibility in enjoying your favorite audio throughout your home or office.

  • Improved Audio Quality: While audio quality over Bluetooth has greatly improved since the earliest speakers, the ability to stream audio over Wi-Fi means that AirPlay can handle much high-quality audio. Of course, whether you can notice a major difference will depend on the types of speakers you're comparing.

For more information, be sure to check out our Beginner's Guide to All Things AirPlay.

Smart or Voice Control Speakers

Smart or voice control speakers take many of the connectivity advantages of AirPlay speakers (mainly Wi-Fi support and app controls) and add two extra conveniences -- the ability to control the speaker using your voice and the ability to use the Wi-Fi to interact with a range of online apps and services.

Popular examples of these speakers include:

However, most smart speakers come with a significant drawback if you're looking for something portable -- they nearly all require power through a wall plug. There are a few exceptions to this rule, such as the Bose Portable Home Speaker, but they're currently rare.

Despite this drawback, smart speakers off a range of benefits you won't find in Bluetooth or AirPlay speakers, such as controlling:

  • Smart home devices -- such as thermostats, outlets, lights, and locks.
  • Streaming media boxes -- such as Rokus, Chromecasts, and Fire TVs.
  • Video game consoles -- such as the Xbox One S & Xbox One X.
  • Audio streaming services -- such as Spotify, iTunes, or Pandora.

There are even smart speakers with built-in displays -- sometimes known as Smart Displays -- that can let you make video calls, watch your favorite streaming video sources, read recipes in the kitchen, and more using your voice to control things.


What You Need to Know

With an idea of what to expect from wireless speakers and the basics of operation, we can move on to what to look for in a speaker.

These tips should help you find the perfect speaker for your needs.

Size Matters: Finding the Ideal Speaker

One of the most important considerations when choosing a wireless speaker is its size.

While there are always a few exceptions, in general, larger speakers come with higher price tags. However, they also tend to offer better sound quality as well.

If you are looking for a portable wireless speaker, consider how easy it will be to throw it in your bag or purse.

While many of these include protective covers and cases, it is still up to you to transport it from place to place.

While larger portable speakers typically offer greater volume and improved bass response, they also require more power.

Check the model you are considering to ensure it will offer plenty of battery life for your intended usage.

Protecting Your Wireless Speaker Purchase

Unless you intend to use your speaker strictly in the home or office, there is always the risk of exposure to water, sand, dust, and the bumps and bruises of mobile life.

Many speaker models, such as the UE Wonderboom 2, utilize protective grills, dust sleeves, water-resistant designs, and a wide range of other protective features.

The slight premium on the price of these models is often much less than replacing the cost of the average wireless speaker.

Rechargeable vs. Traditional Batteries

Portable wireless speakers, especially larger ones, might offer a choice of power sources.

While rechargeable cells reduce waste and overall operating costs, you will find it difficult to use your speaker for an extended period unless you have a charger nearby.

Not to mention, many internal battery packs are not easy to replace. This means you might end up having to replace the speaker as the battery gets weaker over time.

Traditional batteries offer the ability to keep extra power on-hand for those long parties or extended camping trips and are simple to replace -- eliminating one more possible point of failure.

Some premium models offer both options for increased flexibility.

AptX, A2DP, Bluetooth 5.1, NFC: What Features Really Matter?

Do feature listings for the average wireless speaker look like an impossible list of random letters and numbers to you?

Let’s break them down and find out what’s really important in a wireless speaker.

  • NFC Support: NFC, or Near-Field Communication, is an increasingly popular feature on new mobile devices. If both devices offer NFC, pairing them is as simple as enabling the feature and tapping the two devices together.

    While this is certainly not a crucial feature, it adds a level of convenience and simplicity to using the speaker -- especially if you regularly switch between speakers or devices.

  • Bluetooth Versions: When looking at Bluetooth speakers, the version of Bluetooth used by the device is most likely unimportant.

    A speaker using Bluetooth 2.1 or higher is likely capable of connecting with virtually any device and producing adequate sound.

    However, newer versions and protocols can improve this quality, offer better battery life, and improve connection range.

    The current newest Bluetooth standard is 5.1.

  • A2DP: Also known as Advanced Audio Distribution Profile, this feature allows a Bluetooth speaker to receive true stereo sound.

    If you are using a portable speaker, this might not be noticeable in audio quality. However, for larger speakers or split-speaker designs, the difference is clear.

    Fortunately, most speakers that would benefit from the feature support it.

  • AptX: Traditionally, Bluetooth audio is compressed before it is streamed to a device. The result is a reduction in audio quality, especially in high frequencies, such as cymbals, and low frequencies, such as drums or bass sounds.

    AptX is a new feature that allows for audio streaming at much higher qualities than traditional Bluetooth streaming. For larger speakers or hi-fi devices, it makes a noticeable difference in quality.

    However, both devices must support AptX for it to function. Before purchasing an expensive speaker for AptX support, consult the manuals of the devices you plan to stream from most frequently to ensure compatibility.

  • Lossless Audio: Most audio files (and streaming services) use some form of compression to allow for small file sizes. Lossless audio files allow you to enjoy your music at the best quality in exchange for increased file size or bandwidth usage.

    Speakers which support lossless audio will allow you to listen to these files at the highest quality but often cost much more than other speakers. This is typically found in AirPlay speakers, multi-room speakers, and other Wi-Fi enabled speakers.

  • Voice Assistants: If you're buying a speaker from one of the companies who also has a voice assistant, there's a good chance it will exclusively support their own assistant -- such as Apple's Siri, Google's Google Assistant, and Amazon's Alexa.

    However, many third-party wireless speakers support multiple assistants. So be sure to choose a speaker with assistants you prefer.

Pricing Wireless Speakers

Like most audio equipment, audio quality tends to increase with the cost of the speaker.

To help find the best price and device for your needs, consider these price brackets:

  • Under $50
    These are your entry-level wireless speakers. Quality and performance can vary greatly. In this price bracket, reviews are your best tool for finding a good device.

    In most cases, these speakers will offer decent clarity and a well-rounded sound. Bass won't boom, but in a good entry-level speaker it will be noticeable. Unless you speak to reputable brands, they might also distort at higher volume levels.

    If you're looking to check out smart speakers, this price bracket tends to include the basic versions from most major brands.  They're an excellent way to dive in and see if this new technology is useful for you. 

    Also, with multiple smart speakers, you can create a sort of budget multi-room audio setup.


  • $51 to $250
    For the average person, this price is the sweet spot for decent sound and features.

    All the devices in our recent best Bluetooth speakers roundup fall into the price bracket.

    Expect improved bass response, better build quality, and increased features over the sub-$50 price point.

    From ultra-rugged portables to room-filling home audio speakers and smart speakers with displays, this price bracket has plenty to offer.

  • $250 and Up
    This range tends to feature high-end multi-room audio systems and hi-fi devices.

    Most speakers in this range are designed to be placed in a room, not carried about.

    However, for the price, speakers such as the Sonos series of wireless speakers, can offer sound quality that rivals traditional wired speakers and make your favorite tracks or movies truly shine.


Recommendations

We’ve discussed features, designs, prices and more.

You’re now ready to go out and find the perfect wireless speaker for your needs. Still unsure on how to proceed?

Consider these common scenarios:

Nature Lovers, Athletes and Those On-the-Go,

From hitting the beach with friends to practicing for the big game, you’re always on the move. You need a portable Bluetooth speaker that is ready to take a beating, is easy to toss in a bag and is ready to blast the soundtrack of your life loud and clear.

For you, a mid-to-high range portable speaker with an IP rating is probably the best option. If your activities tend to involve groups of people, splurging on a boom box style model might provide a little more enjoyment for you and your friends.

The Audiophile, Professional Musician, or At-Home Movie Junkie

Want to hear every nuance of your favorite tracks and movies faithfully reproduced? Frequently stream movies to your tablet or phone and would prefer a more movie-like experience at home? Looking to drop the bass and blow the windows out of your apartment?

Then you’re looking for mid-to-high end home speakers. These speakers typically offer improved bass response, louder volume and wider sound stages for an optimum listening experience. 

If you're looking to enjoy music throughout your home, consider a system with multi-room audio support.

Frugal Music Lovers, College Students and Parents of Teens

You’ve got too many cords to keep track of and are looking for an affordable way to cut the clutter and enjoy your favorite music or movies. While you don’t want your favorite song to sound like crying cats, you don’t need the thump of the club either.

For you, a mid-tier portable or low-end home speaker or smart speaker is a good choice. They will offer respectable sound quality without breaking the bank. For college students and teens, it also won’t annoy the neighbors or cost too much to replace should the unexpected occur.


Social Butterflies and Party People

You’re always up for a good party. Whether you are at the park or at the club, you’re always surrounded by friends and looking to have a great time. When it comes to listening to your favorite music or catching a movie on your mobile device, it is always a group affair.

For you, portable boom box designs or 360-degree speakers are likely to be the best fit. These speakers offer plenty of volume to blast over the crowd, are easy to pick up and take to the next location and will fill the area with sound instead of shooting it forward in a straight line.

Smart Home Adopters and App Lovers

If you love the idea of controlling your home with your voice or want to have the option to use apps and services with your speaker, a smart speaker is the best option.

The smaller models are budget-friendly and give you a huge portion of the smart speaker experience. However, if you want powerful audio or the fullest set of features, you'll want to choose a standard model.

If you'd like to add a touch interface or video to your smart speaker experience, consider a smart screen.

Also, keep in mind that most smart speakers allow you to use multiple speakers with no issues. So if audio quality isn't the highest priority, multiple smaller speakers can offer whole-house coverage at a price lower than a single larger model.


Your Turn

All that’s left is to go out and find that perfect speaker to fit your budget and lifestyle. 

If you'd like some more help deciding, be sure to check out our wireless speaker reviews.

At this point, you just might know more than the sales team at the store, but if you have any additional questions or concerns, we’d love to hear them! Just head on over to the community forums and ask.

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Best Bluetooth Speakers of 2020

Looking for a convenient way to boost the audio experience on your phone or laptop? Perhaps you'd like to enjoy your music with your friends? Maybe you're simply looking for an affordable wireless speaker option?

If any of these are true, Bluetooth is a great choice. These picks are top-rated options across a variety of price points to offer something for anyone.

  • Anker SoundCore 2 
    Designed to be durable and easy to use, the Anker SoundCore 2 tops many review roundups for its combination of affordable pricing and great audio quality at a budget-friendly price.
  • JBL Flip 5
    JBL's Flip series consistently tops review listings for mid-tier Bluetooth speakers. The compact, waterproof design and well-balanced sound with rich bass fits a variety of uses and music types while the minimal design fits in well whether you're at the office, gym, beach or home. 
  • UE Wonderboom 2
    If you're looking for something ultra-portable, the UE Wonderboom 2 combines a tiny design with an IP67 rating to ensure it can withstand the perils of travel and outdoor adventures. It also consistently receives great reviews on audio quality and won't break the bank.
  • Marshall Stanmore II
    While you certainly won't want to lug the speaker around as you go through your day, the Marshall Stanmore II offers a high-end home audio experience without the hassles of wires. Offering 80 watts of audio power, its styling is also different from most options on the market and was a favorite among reviewers.
  • EcoXGear EcoBoulder+
    If you're looking for a combination of portability and big sound, the EcoXGear EcoBoulder+ is designed for tailgating, pool parties, camping trips, or beach fun. With wheels and a handle, you can easily tote this 100-watt speaker with you to your next gathering and a 10 hour battery will keep tunes pumping. There are even cup holders and a bottle opener on top of IP67 water- and dust-resistance.

Best AirPlay 2 Speakers of 2020

Apple's AirPlay 2 offers improved audio quality and better range than standard Bluetooth. However, unless you have the right hardware, it's not quite as compatible.

If you're looking for the perfect speakers to pair with your Apple hardware, these receive great reviews.

  • Apple HomePod 
    As Apple's premiere smart speaker, the HomePod combines voice assistant functionality and the ability to use AirPlay 2 to beam audio from anywhere on your wireless network. Audio quality is decent as well thanks to its size with many reviewers enjoying the punchy lows and crisp highs on offer.
  • Libratone ZIPP 2
    Featuring a fun, colorful design, the Libratone ZIPP 2 combines AirPlay 2 compatibility with Amazon's Alexa voice assistance features. Reviewers note that while the audio isn't exactly high-end, the attractive design, portability, and overall performance make it an excellent choice.
  • Sonos One SL
    Packing both Google Assistant and Alexa alongside a powerful, self-contained dual speaker design, the Sonos One SL is one of the most popular non-Apple AirPlay speakers in production. Like all Sonos products, you can link multiple speakers together to play music throughout your home or office. Reviewers loved the audio quality on offer with it's rich bass, full mids, and clear vocals.
  • Sonos Play:5
    As the premiere speaker in Sonos' line-up this AirPlay speaker packs six drivers into a sleek, stylish design capable of producing room-filling sound. Reviewers loved the appearance of the speakers and found Sonos' app and integrations simple to use. Better still, you can pair multiple Sonos Play:5s together to create an immersive experience for movies, music, and more as well.

Best Smart Speakers of 2020

Smart speakers combine wireless audio playback with Internet connectivity to open up a world of apps and integrations -- such as Spotify, Amazon Music, and a whole range of voice assistant features.

These smart speakers offer a range of options and price points to help you find the perfect option.

  • Apple HomePod 
    As Apple's premiere smart speaker, the HomePod combines voice assistant functionality and the ability to beam audio from anywhere on your wireless network. Audio quality is decent as well thanks to its size with many reviewers enjoying the punchy lows and crisp highs on offer.
  • Amazon Echo Studio
    As the first Echo speaker designed specifically for enjoying music, the Echo Studio produces 360-degree audio using a 5-speaker arrangement. Reviewers loved the effect with many declaring it one of the best smart speakers for music on the market. Of course, it all features Alexa integration along with the massive library of Alexa skills to offer added utility when you're not jamming to your favorite tracks.
  • Google Home
    If you're an Android or Google services user, the Google Home is their premiere smart speaker option. It doesn't have quite the audio experience of Amazon and Apple's top-end speaker options but reviewers found the sound pleasing enough for music or the occasional phone call. Of course, you'll also find the Google Assistant built-in for everything from setting timers to home automation.
  • Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Gen)
    Proving a quality smart speaker doesn't need to cost an arm and a leg, the Echo Dot features a small puck-like design and full integration with Amazon's Alexa. It won't blow you away on the audio front, but for listening at a desk or in the kitchen, it's more than enough to let you slip into your favorite tracks while also keeping up with your to-dos, controlling your lights, and more.
  • Google Home Mini
    Packing the power of Google Assistant into a tiny disc, the Google Home Mini will fit virtually anywhere. While it's not the most powerful speaker on the market, it gets loud enough to enjoy in quieter environments and the audio is crisp and clear. If you're a fan of Google's services, the Home Mini is an affordable way to get a taste of the smart speaker experience.

Best Speakers with Displays (Smart Displays) of 2020

By integrating screens into smart speakers, features expand yet again. From streaming video to video calls, these popular speaker options are fairly new but quite popular.

These smart displays are favorites among reviewers.

  • Amazon Echo Show 8 
    With a spacious 8-inch screen and Amazon Alexa integration, the Echo Show 8 tops Amazon's smart display line up. Reviewers found it easy to use -- both by touchscreen or voice -- and found the audio quality great for everything from music to movies. There is also a camera with physical shutter for video calls. Prefer a smaller option? The Echo Show 5 saves some room and sacrifices a bit of volume and audio richness, but it still receives good reviews.
  • Google Nest Hub
    Pairing a 7-inch display with a capable smart speaker, the Google Nest Hub is the most recommended smart display in Google's lineup. Tapping into the power of Google Assistant the Nest Hub makes it easy to watch videos, control smart home devices, and more. However, reviewers particularly loved the adaptive brightness and the way it helps the display blend in regardless of the lighting in the room. It does not include a camera, however you'll find one on the larger Google Next Hub Max if that's important to you.
  • Lenovo Smart Display
    The Lenovo Smart Display was one of the first models out to include Google Assistant integration and it's still highly recommended by reviewers. It's one of the largest in our list with a sizable 10-inch display but it gets high marks in both audio quality and video alike. If you're worried about privacy, the camera includes a physical shutter as well.
  • JBL Link View
    If the display side of things is less of a priority, the JBL Link View receives rave reviews for audio quality for it's above-average volume and well balanced sound. Reviewers note it is a little bass-heavy though. The design is also very different from most models on the market, so be sure you wouldn't mind it sitting around your room before deciding.

Best Budget-Friendly Wireless Speakers of 2020

At the lower end of pricing, wireless speaker quality is a major concern. While you won't find many options capable of filling a room with sound, these picks receive high marks for overall audio quality and durability to ensure long-lasting performance at an affordable price.

  • Anker Soundcore 2
    The Soundcore 2 checks all the boxes -- it's IPX7 rated, offers great sound quality for its size, has easy to use controls, and will last for a full day on a single charge. 
  • JBL Clip 3
    With it's built-in hanging hook, ultra-compact design, and excellent sound quality the JBL Clip 3 is an ideal budget-friendly Bluetooth speaker for those constantly on the go.
  • Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Gen)
    If you're looking for a little bit more functionality from your speaker, the Echo Dot (3rd Gen) is an affordable way to get a taste of the smart speaker experience. Due to its size, it's not super loud and the bass is lacking, but it will make your tunes and calls enjoyable enough in a quieter room. 
  • Google Home Mini 
    Combining Google Assistant with a capable wireles speaker, the Google Home Mini is affordable enough for most budgets while providing a respectable listening experience and great voice controls.
  • DOSS SoundBox Touch
    If you're looking for something a little more stylish for use in the home or office, the DOSS SoundBox Touch features a sleek design with subtle lighting and a touch controls to help it blend in seamlessly with its surroundings.

Best Mid-Tier Wireless Speakers in 2020

Jumping into mid-tier wireless speakers, you can enjoy deeper bass, longer battery life, and a better overall listening experience. 

These picks are favorites among reviewers for their excellent value and performance.

  • JBL Flip 5
    With every release the JBL Flip series tops the charts in its price range. Their latest model continues that tradition with powerful sound reviewers loved and a durable, minimalist design.
  • Bose SoundLink Micro
    Portability and audio quality don't always go hand in hand. However, reviewers loved the rich sound on offer by the SoundLink Micro. The built-in strap was also praised for adding flexibility when listening on the go.
  • UE Wonderboom 2
    With its IP67 rating and the ability to float, the UE Wonderboom combines excellent audio quality with a design ideal for outdoor use. It often tops review lists for mid-tier portable options and is available in a range of colors to give you personalization options you won't find with many other speakers.

Best High-End Wireless Speakers of 2020

Wireless Speakers were once a compromise between convenience and sound quality. Today's wireless speaker options can easily rival their wired competition while providing a top-tier listening experience anywhere in your home or office.

These picks are top-rated options for anyone who wants to experience wireless speakers have to offer.

  • Sonos Play:5
    Combining six drivers in a single enclosure, the Sonos Play:5 can fill rooms of any size with rich, balanced sound. Reviews indicate they shine both for music playback and use with home theater or gaming setups. Better still, can you use multiple speakers to play audio in multiple locations or enhance the listening experience in a single room.
  • Marshall Stanmore II
    Packing 80-watts of power, the Marshall Stanmore II offers a high-end home audio experience without the hassles of wires. While it's far from portable -- and won't work at all without power -- its styling, combines new technology with class amp design to create a listening experience reviewers love
  • Edifier S1000DB
    Edifier has built a solid reputation for wired bookshelf speakers. The S1000DB brings this approach to Bluetooth speakers offering a power 120-watt dual speaker setup with Bluetooh 4.0 and AptX support to help your audio shine. The speakers also include multiple inputs if you'd like to pair them with a smart speaker or media streaming device for added flexibility.
  • Harman Kardon GO+Play Mini
    This mid-sized Harman Kardon model brings a touch of portability to the high-end Bluetooth audio experience. Capable of 8 hours of playback with a single charge alongside the ability to connect with multiple speakers, reviews indicate the sleekly designed speaker is an excellent option for anyone looking for stellar audio without bulky sizes or the need for external power.

Still didn’t find what you were looking for?

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