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PARADIGM PW600 WIRELESS SPEAKER REVIEW

HIGHS Great sound, including rich and powerful bass Works with any Play-Fi speaker Sleek design ARC fine tunes sound to any room LOWS Finicky setup

Denon PMA-50 review

PROS Small and slick-looking Has Bluetooth Good USB audio capabilities CONS Somewhat limited amplifier power Feel not as premium as look in places KEY FEATURES

Denon Heos HS2 review: A true Sonos competitor

We had no problems recommending the original Denon Heos multi-room speaker range, but a couple of minor gripes stopped it from true five-star performance. The

Jam Symphony review

PROS Big, powerful sound Fairly low price Spotify Connect CONS Midrange sounds a little recessed Setup can be temperamental KEY FEATURES Wi-Fi Multiroom Aux input

Gear4 Stream 3 review

PROS Wide range of wireless features Clear upper frequencies Fairly low cost CONS Poor app Limited bass power Mediocre scale and dynamics KEY FEATURES Bluetooth

Amazon Echo and Echo Dot hands on

It’s 18 months since the Amazon Echo launched in the US, adding a wireless Bluetooth speaker to Amazon’s increasingly disparate spread of products and services

OPPO SONICA REVIEW

HIGHS Powerful and musical bass response Clear and detailed upper register High resolution audio support Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and ethernet ready Premium look and feel LOWS

Jam Rhythm review

PROS Great bass at mid volumes and higher Excellent sound quality for the price Happy upright or on its side CONS Unsophisticated handling of stereo

Goodmans Heritage II Connect review

Remember when radios were just radios? You’d turn them on, twiddle a knob and, out of the static, voices and music would emerge. We’ve come

Bluesound Pulse Flex review

The Bluesound Pulse Flex arrives in our testing rooms with high hopes and a fair amount of expectation on its shoulders. The smallest and most

Harman Kardon Go + Play review: Post-retro design, powerful audio

Can a wireless speaker already be retro? Weirdly enough, that’s what theHarman Kardon Go + Play feels like. There’s something refreshing about how out-of-step it

Sonos vs. Denon HEOS: Which wireless speaker system stands supreme?

If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Sonos must be feeling pretty flattered right about now. Either that or pretty pissed off. Ever since

Best Bluetooth Speakers 2016 : The 5 best portable speakers you can buy

We pick out the best portable speakers and best Bluetooth speakers for your home and for travelling For many, a simple Bluetooth speaker is the

Jam Heavy Metal HX-P920 review

PROS Excellent value Clear, powerful and loud sound Smart metal build CONS No NFC KEY FEATURES Dual active drivers Dual passive radiators 3.5mm aux input

Roberts R-Line S1 review

No matter how many radio brands come along with designer labels and funky multicoloured designs, Roberts will always have one thing on its side: a

Roberts R1 review

PROS Loud, powerful sound Versatile wireless Simple multi-room CONS Bass port distortion at higher volume EQ needs tweaking to avoid harshness No battery included KEY

Roberts R100 review

PROS Loud and powerful for size Undok software works well Small footprint Simpler than Sonos CONS Batteries not included Default sound mode is overly sharp

Best Sonos speakers – reviewed

Want to listen to music as if your favourite band is playing in your living room? Then there are few better options than a Sonos

Wireless Wonders : 7 Wireless Speakers Reviewed

When you hear the term wireless speakers, chances are you think of Sonos. There’s good reason for that. Sonos staked out the wireless speaker category

Paradigm Premium Wireless Multiroom Audio System Review

AT A GLANCE Plus Excellent build and sound quality 192-kHz/24-bit support over Ethernet Anthem Room Correction with included mic Minus Limited number of streaming services

Bluesound Pulse 2 review

Verdict A big, bold and expressive speaker that’ll fill even the biggest rooms with its rich, engaging sound For Big, bold character Good sense of

Roberts Radio S2 review : Singling out Sonos?

For Easy to setup and use, more versatile than Sonos, fun and powerful in the right sound mode, fair pricing Against Neglected mids in one

Goodmans Heritage Portable review

PROS Looks great High-quality build Lots of features Loud top volume CONS Suffers from bass distortion Default EQ presets are too sharp KEY FEATURES Wi-Fi

Braven XXL Review : Big and Booming

THE GOOD Robust bass and crisp treble Loud Water-resistant THE BAD Heavy and awkward to carry Average midrange VERDICT Braven XXL’s big size is matched

Bluesound Pulse review

Verdict The Pulse throws its weight behind hi-res audio with aplomb; a slightly soft low-end is all that loses it a star For Solid mid-range

Otone BluWall Direct review

Pros Unusually assured sub-bass Clear sound Cute looks Cons Flaky Wi-Fi software Lacks mid-range weight Key Features: Wi-Fi with Spotify Connect; Multi-room and stereo pairing;

Denon Heos 7 review

Pros Big room-filling sound with sumptuous detail Weighty build quality Easy-to-use smartphone app with a wide range of streaming services Cons No hi-res music support

Philips Izzy BM5 review

Pros Fairly affordable Cute design Simple multiroom skills Cons Lifeless, undynamic mids Nuts ’n’ bolts multiroom won’t appeal to all Not portable Harsh edge to

Sonos Play:5 review (2015): a generational leap forward

The all-new Sonos Play:5 is the company’s first major hardware revision; a fresh flagship for its fleet of WiFi-enabled speakers. Sonos’ products have always been

Ministry of Sound Audio L Plus review: Much more than a Clubber’s Guide

For Sound quality really is excellent (and not solely for dance music), tap and swipe controls, multi-room potential Against App less proficient than Sonos, build