We compare the Home Max and Sonos based on design, audio quality, their virtual assistants and more.
LG has announced a new audio lineup that includes a Dolby Atmos soundbar and a smart speaker that supports Google Assistant.
The Sony HT-ST5000 soundbar delivers detailed audio, booming bass and encompassing Atmos surround sound, but the quality comes at a steep price.
The Sonos One speaker packs Amazon's Alexa assistant and tons of sweet sound, and it's already getting a discount for Black Friday.
Alexa is built into this clever but pricey alarm clock, which also has physical buttons to let you control smart home devices and get some more shut-eye.
The JBL Link 20 delivers almost all the features of Google Home in a portable speaker that sounds great.
The first smart speaker with Cortana sounds fantastic, but Microsoft's virtual assistant lags behind Alexa and Google Assistant.
The Sonos One reviews are in, and its sound quality and Alexa integration impress, but this smart speaker has some drawbacks. Here’s the pros and cons.
The Google Home Mini has some advantages over the Echo Dot, especially in sound quality, but Amazon's little smart speaker is simply more versatile.
From design and smart home capabilities to sound quality and value, here's how these premium smart speakers compare.
Sonos' latest speaker packs Alexa and great audio for $200, and it will also support Google Assistant and Siri.
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Packed with features, including 4K and multiroom capabilities, Samsung's HW-MS750 delivers crisp, clear audio in an attractive package.
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Mobovi's TicHome Mini is a small enough to carry from room-to-room, and when you're not tapping Google's digital assistant, you can use it as a Bluetooth speaker for music.
LG's SJ9 soundbar fills the room with sound and can decode Dolby Atmos, but it doesn't sound as good as other soundbars in this price range.
While the iHome dock adds a clock and somewhat better sound quality to the Echo Dot, it's too expensive for what it offers.
The Monster Superstar RaveBox delivers big, booming bass with clean mids and highs, an integrated light show and up to 12 hours of battery life.