Don't-Miss Speaker Stories
With Dolby Virtual Speaker for faux surround and a subwoofer belting out the bass, movies and gaming take on a life of their own with the Leviathan.
Everything about this portable Bluetooth speaker is well done--except the sound.
This craft-built speaker supports every major wireless streaming protocol, but it’s not enough.
This portable music cube radiates music in all directions, sounds great, and runs for 6 hours on fully charged battery.
This LED bulb will have everyone at the party asking where the music is coming from.
Don’t be fooled by its muscular appearance, this entry-level speaker system is a 98-pound weakling both in terms of features and performance.
This sound bar delivers everything you big-screen TV needs, except for high-res audio support.
We've seen some fine audio products from Denon; unfortunately, this isn't one of them.
Do speakers manufacturers build better sound bars than TV manufacturers? We pit three companies from each camp against each other.
Staying within a $400 budget shouldn't force you to sacrifice HDMI connectivity.
This sound bar has a great price/performance ratio, but it lacks a number of important features.
This sound bar can fill a large room with great-sounding audio.
Don't let its relatively small size foo you: This sound bar pumps out big sound