These are the best Bluetooth speakers based on audio quality, design, battery life and more.
Here are the best soundbars for movies, music and gaming that will blow away your TV's wimpy speakers.
Amazon—and others—offer a multitude of speakers to get its Alexa voice assistant. Here are the best Alexa speakers.
How to use Alexa: Guides, tips, tricks and how-tos for getting the most of the Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, Echo Show, Fire TV, and other Alexa-enabled smart speakers..
If you can afford it, the Sonos Playbase offers almost everything you want in a soundbase, especially big sound and ease of use.
Sonos audio devices are known for multiroom music playback, smart assistants, and support for all the major streaming services. Here's your guide to Sonos speakers.
The best smart speakers put Alexa, Google Assistant, and Siri in your home to answer questions, control smart home gadgets, play music and more.
The best soundbar deals right now from various retailers. Save big on soundbars from Bose, JBL, LG, Polk Audio, Samsung, Sony, and Vizio.
The Anker Nebula Soundbar – Fire TV Edition is a tough sell, due to a clunky interface, a high price and a disappointing soundscape.
Altec Lansing hasn’t had a gaming peripherals range before. But by spring, it’s going to have a bunch of accessories for PC, mobile and every console. Here's what to expect.
The next Bluetooth audio standard, just unveiled at CES 2020, improves the next generation of wireless devices.
A lawsuit from Sonos is attacking Google, claiming theft of patented speaker tech. Amazon is also in Sonos' sights.
We tested 6 soundbars that cost less than $100 and judged them for sound quality, ease of use and design. Here are the top picks.
We've tested more than a dozen Alexa-powered speakers of all shapes, sizes and prices. Here are the best Alexa speakers you can get.
The Amazon Echo is a smart home device, personal assistant and speaker in one. Here's everything you need to know.
We tested over a dozen speakers that are selling for less than $50, and rated them. See our budget picks (and the best speakers overall).
The Amazon Echo can stream music, answer questions, control smart home devices and help you shop — and it sounds good, too.
Amazon's second-gen Echo is more attractive and more affordable than the original, and it sounds just as good, too.
The Roku Wireless Subwoofer works exactly as it's supposed to, providing pretty good bass for a fair amount of money.
If your TV lacks quality speakers and could use a few (thousand) more apps, the Roku Smart Soundbar is worth a look.
The Google Home Mini looks and sounds better than Amazon's smallest Alexa speaker, but it’s not quite as versatile.
The Sonos Move ($399) and Bose Portable Home Speaker ($349) are the first portable smart speakers from both audio savants. Here's how they compare.
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