THE BEST Speakers

Marshall Uxbridge Voice Speaker

Marshall Uxbridge Voice Speaker

This tabletop speaker features iconic Marshall amp styling, with the usefulness of a built-in Amazon Alexa voice assistant. It has a 30-watt class-D amplifier, Airplay 2, Bluetooth, and Spotify Connect capability, and you use them to create a multi-room audio system. A Google Assistant version is also in the works.

Log into Speaker

Log into Speaker

There are a million different Bluetooth speakers out there, so in a quest to create something a little different, woodworker Matt Jordan decided to build one out of a hunk of wood from an apple tree. Watch as he turns the log on his lathe, adding coffee grounds and colorful powder along the way to give the finished piece a dramatic look.

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Bugani M83 Bluetooth Boombox

Bugani M83 Bluetooth Boombox

This hefty Bluetooth speaker cranks out 40-watts of power, and sounds better than speakers costing much more. It’s the perfect party speaker, with big bass and crisp highs, a convenient carrying handle, and excellent battery life, running up to 40 hours on a charge.

Soundcore Flare Speaker

Soundcore Flare Speaker

Anker’s 12-watt Bluetooth speaker kicks out a surprising amount of bass and delivers immersive 360º audio. It supports pairing two speakers for stereo sound, its LED light ring can pulse to the beat of your music, and it’s even waterproof. For even more volume, check out the 25-watt Flare+

Vivid Audio Kaya 90 Speakers

Vivid Audio Kaya 90 Speakers

Vivid Audio’s top-of-the-line loudspeakers feature a curvaceous cabinet design and the best in audio tech. Tapered Tube Loading tech and a curved bass absorber horn help eliminate unwanted resonances, for pure, uncolored audio, while their 3-way, 6-driver system can accurately reproduce sounds from 35Hz to 25kHz.

Jingoo Birdcage Speaker Light

Jingoo Birdcage Speaker Light

Daqi Concept’s cleverly designed functional home decor looks like a birdcage, but instead of housing one of our avian friends, it’s plays home to a porcelain bird-shaped light and a Bluetooth speaker. It has a 5-watt amplifier, ambient LED lighting, and runs for 15 hours per charge. Available in other finishes a The Apollo Box.

Amazon Echo Studio

Amazon Echo Studio

Amazon’s largest Echo speaker is a direct shot across the bow of Apple’s HomePod – for a hundred bucks less. It uses five speakers to fill your room with rich, dynamic sound, and self-calibrates to your space. It supports lossless audio streaming, Dolby Atmos, and 3D audio formats. Naturally, it works with Alexa.

Little Wonder Speaker

This Bluetooth speaker might be tiny, but it cranks out an unexpected amount of volume for its size. It has a sleek metallic look, and runs for up to 4 hours per charge. You can even pair two together for true stereo sound. Save an additional 20% in The Awesomer Shop with code BFSAVE20. (expires 12/3/19)

JBL PartyBox 300 Speaker

JBL PartyBox 300 Speaker

Next time you’re throwing a party, kick out the biggest and best audio with JBL’s oversize Bluetooth sound system. It cranks out a massive wall of sound via its two 6.5″ woofers and three 2.25″ tweeters, and can run for up to 18 hours on battery. It’s also got mic and guitar inputs, and you can pair two together for true wireless stereo.

Sony SRS-WS1 Wearable Speaker

Sony SRS-WS1 Wearable Speaker

Sony’s unique audio device sits around its wearers shoulders and neck, providing an immersive sound field and vibrations you can really feel. It comes with a base station transmitter so you can enjoy TV shows or other audio sources without wires for up to 7 hours per charge. Save $50 on orders placed between 11/18/19 and 12/1/19.

Kanto TUK Powered Speakers

Kanto TUK Powered Speakers

Kanto’s powered TUK stereo speaker system maximizes sound quality in a compact form factor. They crank out 260W peak power (130W total RMS) and their Air Motion Transformer tweeters and low-mass aluminum drivers minimize distortion. They support Bluetooth 4.2 with aptX HD, along with phono, RCA, and Optical inputs.

ZeroLemon Bluetooth Speaker

Toss an extra speaker into your bag with ZeroLemon’s loud, but compact AmazingSound Bluetooth speaker. It fits just about anywhere, has a 4-watt output rating, and can play for up to six hours on a charge. Its IPX4 rating means it’s splashproof too. Save 20% in The Awesomer Shop.

Divoom Timebox Clock

Divoom Timebox Clock

This bedside alarm clock uses a matrix of 121 RGB LEDs to display the time. It also works as a Bluetooth speaker, and can display colorful images and animations you program via a smartphone app. Available in white or black plastic, or wood. They also make a mini version.

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How Speakers Are Made

How Speakers Are Made

We previously visited a speaker factory, but couldn’t share any video footage. How To has posted a pair of videos which show a bit more of the process. After the metal speaker baskets are prepared, it’s a time-consuming process to attach each part with just the right amounts of specific glues as each speaker spins around.

Colored Pencil Bluetooth Speaker

Colored Pencil Bluetooth Speaker

Maker King Minhvuong shows off a really sweet design for a tabletop Bluetooth speaker. He built it using hundreds of stacked colored pencils set into epoxy resin, then cut, shaped, sanded, and varnished the resulting block to form an eye-catching enclosure.

ION Boombox Deluxe Bluetooth Speaker

We love the retro ’80s looks of ION’s boombox, which pumps out big sounds from its dual full-range speakers. In addition to playing and recording cassette tapes, it can stream music via Bluetooth, and archive cassettes to a USB stick. Available now at Best Buy.

DiamondBoxx XL2 Speaker

DiamondBoxx XL2 Speaker

Looking for the loudest Bluetooth speaker you can buy? The DiamondBoxx XL2 has a dozen amps and 14 speakers, that can crank out up to 660-watts continuous, or 1000-watts peak power with minimal distortion. It runs up to 20 hours per charge, and while it does have a carrying handle, it’s not exactly portable at 52 pounds.

Turtlebox Bluetooth Speaker

Turtlebox Bluetooth Speaker

The Turtlebox Bluetooth speaker is designed to be loud and rugged. It produces up to 120dB of clear and distortion-free sound, and you can pair two speakers for stereo. It’s rated IP67 for water- and dust-resistance, and also has a 3.5mm input.

Edifier E25 Luna Eclipse Speakers

Edifier E25 Luna Eclipse Speakers

Edifier’s egg-shaped desktop speakers look and sound way more expensive than they are. They feature a 0.74″ silk dome tweeter, a 3″ full-range drive, and two 3″ passive bass radiators, and crank out 74 watts of sound. They offer Bluetooth and analog connectivity, while the E25 HD adds optical digital. A limited-time Drop deal.

Batman Bluetooth Speaker

Batman Bluetooth Speaker

Despite his scowl, the Dark Knight looks more adorable than ever as Tribe’s officially-licensed Batman Bluetooth speaker. The sonic superhero measures about 4″ tall, so it’s not gonna crank out huge volume, but Bats is small enough to tote in your backpack or bag every day.

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Sony SA-Z1 Speakers

Sony SA-Z1 Speakers

Sony’s near-field powered speakers offer reference quality sound on your desktop. They used a back-to-back dual woofer design to cancel unwanted vibrations, and their coax drivers keep sounds in phase for perfect stereo imaging. The system is expected to cost about $8K when it drops in early 2020.

Nebula Fire TV Soundbar

Nebula Fire TV Soundbar

Anker teamed up with Amazon to create a 2.1 channel soundbar that has Fire TV and Alexa technology built in. It supports full 4K UHD content with Dolby Vision and HDR10+, while it cranks out 100 watts of sound and has built-in dual subwoofers for cinematic sound. Drops 11/21/19.

Ion Pathfinder 3 Speaker

Ion Pathfinder 3 Speaker

The latest edition of Ion’s rugged party speaker adds a wireless Qi charging station on top. It punches out up to 120 watts of sounds, runs for up to 100 hours per charge, and is IPX5 water-resistant. It’s also got built-in wheels and a handle for easy transport.

Sony MHCV71 Party Speaker

Sony MHCV71 Party Speaker

Kick out the jams at your next party with Sony’s jumbo-size party speaker. It has a colorful 360º party light, Bluetooth support, a CD player, gesture-based DJ controls, karaoke mode, microphone and guitar inputs, and more. You can even chain multiple devices together for bigger spaces, and it has wheels for transport.

Rice Krispies Amplifier Bowl

Rice Krispies Amplifier Bowl

Kellogg’s Rice Krispies cereal is best known for the “snap, crackle, pop” sounds it makes when swimming in milk. If you love that sound, but like things one louder, then check out this invention by Dominic Wilcox, which amplifies the sound for everyone to enjoy at the breakfast table.

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