It might look like something from the 1960s, but it’s a brand new speaker, complete with Bluetooth capability. Wrapped in textured vinyl in colors to fit a variety of decors, and embellished with the classic Crosley logo. Its aux input is perfect for connecting a turntable.
THE BEST Speakers
Combining the ideas of his cloud lamp with the levitating Bluetooth speaker, Richard Clarkson Studio and Crealev teamed up to build this uniquely awesome sound system which features a floating storm cloud with a built in wireless speaker. Shut up and take our money.
Vizio’s speakers let you create a multi-room audio system with ease. In addition to Bluetooth, they offer Google Cast streaming from apps via Wi-Fi. The 2.1 Crave Pro is ideal on a bookshelf, while the rechargeable Crave 360 is perfect for parties, with 360º sound.
Whether you like to sing in the shower, or just want to listen to a tune while you bathe, this waterproof speaker is just the ticket. It works wirelessly over Bluetooth, and sticks to any smooth surface with its big suction cup. Save 59% in The Awesomer Shop.
Wooden peripheral maker Grovemade teamed up with industrial designer Joey Roth to create a pair of beautiful speakers. Made of either solid maple or walnut, the speakers are CNC-machined on the inside with a back-loaded horn design to increase bass and reduce distortion.
This slick wireless speaker is packed with colorful LEDs which change to the beat of your music, adding a visual dimension to what is normally just an auditory experience. Offers 5 different display modes, and backed by a 15-watt amp. Save 76% in The Awesomer Shop.
A DIY Bluetooth speaker kit for newbies of all ages. The kit and its iOS app teaches how magnets can turn electricity into sound and the basics of frequency and waveforms. There are far cheaper ways to learn all that, but to also get a BOSE speaker for $149 is a great deal.
A limited edition of what is arguably the perfect speaker. The Klipschorn’s vaunted folded horn design uses the surrounding walls and floor to create a life-like range of low frequencies. This edition features an enhanced horn and exclusive walnut veneer, grille and nameplate.
Inside this ’60s-inspired console’s walnut body is a Debut Carbon turntable, a tweeter, a 6.5″ woofer, a 200W amplifier, a 100W subwoofer, an AirPlay receiver and two aux inputs. It also has a built-in minibar with whiskey glasses and room for 150 vinyl records.
Department Chicago’s beautiful mid-century-style stereo console. It has a pair of speakers, each with a 100W amp, a 6″ driver and a 1″ tweeter. You can connect to it via Bluetooth or RCA. It also comes with removable record dividers and an adjustable shelf.
A 5.1 Bluetooth speaker made from Formula 1 inspired exhaust pipes. The XiLO has an 8″ down-firing 140W subwoofer, two 40W mid-bass drivers, two 40W midrange drivers and a 40W tweeter. It also has an RCA input and an app with a variety of engine sounds.
This compact Bluetooth speaker offers 24 hours of battery life. Its custom acoustic driver and dual 30W amps provide a spacious soundstage. Like all things B&O, its design is one of style and substance, with its minimal aluminum enclosure and a leather hanging strap.
Place the Sounddeck under your big screen, and connect a single cable for instant theater quality sound. Six full-range drivers, two subs, and a 280w Class-D amp push out impressive volume and expansive acoustic imaging. Also supports wireless music streaming.
German-engineered audiophile grade bookshelf speakers that deliver big, warm sound, a wide soundstage, and wireless streaming, supporting iOS, Android, and PC music libraries, Internet radio, Spotify, Soundcloud, Last.fm, Rhapsody, and TIDAL. Multi-room capable too.
Probably the loudest portable speaker ever. SoundBoks has four drivers – two woofers and two tweeters – each boosted by a 42W digital amplifier. Its DSP allows it to blast up to a scary 119dB, yet its swappable battery lasts between 8h to 100h per charge. And yes, it goes to 11.
Jonathan Morrison put together a modern, minimalist and crazy expensive desk setup that fits the style of fellow tech reviewer MKBHD. Skip to 4:39. The highlight is definitely the angular Furtif desk. Check out the video’s description for links to the showcased products.