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Sonos Play:1

Gadget Guy
  • Summary: Sonos speakers have never been cheap, but the Play:1 does lower the entry cost just enough to bring the sound system within reach of people who have always wanted it.
  • Pros: Amazing amount of sound from such a small package, Compact and very well designed, Wired or wireless network connection, Perfect little addition to anyone with a Sonos system already, Deals with humidity well, making it ideal for placement in the bathroom when you're having a shower
  • Cons: No battery included in the unit, Requires the Sonos Bridge, which means first time buyers can’t just spend the initial price to gain access into the Sonos system
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Harman Kardon Esquire

Gadget Guy
  • Summary: If you don’t mind less of an impact in the bass, the Harman/Kardon Esquire is a top choice as far as Bluetooth speakers go, providing a premium look, build quality, and sound that few manufacturers can keep up with.
  • Pros: Warmer than most Bluetooth speakers, Lovely finish, Comes with a charging brick than can charge two other devices simultaneously
  • Cons: Bass should be deeper at lower volumes, not just noticeable, Can sound tinny and empty if you're slightly out of earshot
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LG SoundPlate (LAP-340)

Gadget Guy
  • Excerpt: If you need great audio but you don’t have a lot of room, soundbars may well be the thing for your living room. But hold up a second, because while a bar of sound might be ideal, LG’s idea of a plate of sound that sits under the TV might be an even more discreet way of playing your movies and music.
  • Pros: Clean design, Sits under the TV making it hard to see, Supports Bluetooth
  • Cons: Only supports TVs up to 55in, Subwoofer cannot be controlled at all, Sound can be a little hollow, No screen means there's no indicator as to how loud your volume is, Only one form of wired connection, Expensive
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Boston Acoustics MC200 Air

MacWorld
  • Excerpt: Its small footprint and slim design make this Boston a tempting option for the nooks and crannies around your home, although you’re sacrificing a few advanced streaming options.
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iHome iW1

MacWorld
  • Excerpt: The iW1 introduced a number of firsts for Airplay systems, most importantly incorporating a rechargeable battery that allows the iW1 to be used independently from a power outlet.
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