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The best wireless speaker 2022: our top picks from Sonos, Bose, Google, and more

the best wireless speakers including models from Sonos, Marshall, and Amazon
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The best wireless speakers of 2022 are available in a wide range of different sizes and styles with plenty of top tech features built-in. There are compact speakers small enough to fit on your desk that are voice assistant-enabled and pump out your favorite tunes while you work through to massive multi-room devices that can fill your whole home with music,

Many of the top wireless speakers in this guide deliver excellent audio playback and are both stylish and subtle enough to fit in any home. Many of them also boast the latest features, including smart assistants, like Siri, Alexa and Google Assistant, as well as support for many of the best music streaming services.

Several of the wireless speakers in our list also double up as Bluetooth speakers. This means you can easily cast music from your phone or any other Bluetooth device – although some home wireless speakers do rely on a Wi-Fi network.

There are many fantastic wireless speakers on the market right now, it can be a challenge to find the best one for you. That’s why we’ve selected and ranked the best wireless speakers for 2022 based on performance and price to make your decision easier. 

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Our top picks

the sonos one wireless speaker in white

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The best wireless speaker you can buy

Specifications

Weight: 4.08 lbs
Dimensions: 6.36 x 4.69 x 4.69 inch / 161.45 x 119.7 x 119.7 mm
Drivers: 1 x tweeters, 1 x woofer
Supported Connectivity: AirPlay, Bluetooth 4.2, Google Cast, Spotify Connect, 3.5mm, RCA
Aux-in: Yes
USB: No

Reasons to buy

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Full-bodied, rich sound
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Alexa and Google Assistant
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Combine two for stereo setup

Reasons to avoid

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Expensive for its size

If you're in the market for a cleanly designed, exceptional sounding connected speaker, you'll find none better than the Sonos One. Offering the best of both the Sonos speaker platform and both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant's smart home prowess, the Sonos One is the pinnacle of connectivity. 

Want to hear your favorite song from Spotify? All you need to do is ask! Want every speaker in the upstairs to play the same song? Group them together via the Sonos app and you'll have a house party in minutes. 

While there are more powerful (and more expensive) speakers listed down below, for the vast majority of folks, the Sonos One is the best wireless speaker of 2022.

Read more: Sonos One review

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the bowers & wilkins zeppelin wireless speaker in black

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The best wireless speaker for a detailed sound

Specifications

Weight: 6.5kg
Dimensions: 210 x 650 x 194mm (H x W x D)
Drivers: 2 x 1-inch tweeters, 2 x 3.5-inch midrange, 1 x 6-inch subwoofer
Supported Connectivity: AirPlay, Bluetooth 5, Spotify Connect, Bowers & Wilkins Music App (with Deezer, Qobuz and TIDAL support)
Aux-in: No
USB: No

Reasons to buy

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Balanced, detailed, full-range sound
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Very acceptable control app

Reasons to avoid

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Not quite the stereo separation we were led to expect
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Would suit an HDMI input nicely

The Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin has had a few iterations, but this model that was released in 2021 is the best yet. 

The wireless speaker comes with aptX Bluetooth, Apple AirPlay 2 and Spotify Connect built in – plus you  get access to pretty much all the rest of the planet’s stock of music via its clean, tidy and responsive Music control app. There’s support for the Amazon Alexa voice-assistant, too. And the unit is just as good-looking, just as well-made, and just as big as it ever was.

Best of all, it sounds better than ever. While it isn’t a substitute for an actual pair of stereo speakers, the Zeppelin serves up a wide, well-defined and endlessly engaging sound, no matter the genre of music. 

Read more: Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin (2021) review

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the sonos play:5 in black and white

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The best-sounding wireless speaker from Sonos

Specifications

Weight: 13.8lbs
Dimensions: 8.03 x 14.33 x 6.06 inch / 204 x 364 x 154 mm
Drivers: 3 x tweeters, 1 x woofer
Supported Connectivity: AirPlay, Bluetooth 4.2, Google Cast, Spotify Connect, 3.5mm, RCA
Aux-in: Yes
USB: No

Reasons to buy

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Easy to setup
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Powerful sound

Reasons to avoid

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Simple design
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Too big for some spaces

Sonos was one of the first companies to get into the wireless speaker business, and as a result has one of the most seamlessly integrated speaker systems on the market. 

Unlike solutions which rely on Bluetooth or Google Cast, Sonos' speakers are controlled directly from its own app, which has built in integration for a number of streaming services, including Spotify, Tidal, Apple Music, Deezer, TuneIn, and a  whole range of smaller services.

Since the Play:5 comes with multi-room support, you can also add additional speakers such as the Sonos Play:3 and Sonos Play:1 to built up a complete surround sound system, but if you want to keep it simple, then you should find the Play:5 to offer more than enough volume. 

Read more: Sonos Play:5 review

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sonus faber omnia hi-fi in black with a brown walnut finish

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The best luxury all-in-one hi-fi system

Specifications

Weight : 16,75 lb
Dimensions : 5,11 x 25,59 x 11,05 in / 130 x 650 x 280 mm
Drivers: 7 drivers
Supported connectivity: WiFi, Bluetooth, Apple AirPlay 2 and Chromecast built-in.
Aux-in: N/A
USB: N/A

Reasons to buy

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Incredible audio performance
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Comprehensive connectivity
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Luxurious finish

Reasons to avoid

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Super-expensive compared to other wireless speakers
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Large footprint
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Audiophiles may prefer a true stereo system

Sonus Faber is well-known for its high-priced, luxury hi-fi equipment and its latest product, the Sonus Faber Omnia, is no exception. This is a sleek, sophisticated and fairly big all-in-one system that’s easy-to-use thanks to comprehensive wireless connectivity, with built-in support for the major streaming services, AirPlay, Chromecast, and Roon. 

It sports a tactile lacquered wooden surface that lights up as you interact with it. We’ve seen for ourselves how these speakers are made, and we can tell you that plenty of care goes into selecting the wood and sanding it down by hand.

Sonically speaking, it’s exemplary, with a wide soundstage, excellent clarity, and a deep bass response. The Omnia may not sound as detailed as Sonus Faber’s larger speakers, but it will still convey the minutiae of your favorite tracks with aplomb.

If you’re the kind of audiophile who prefers not to mess around with cables, and would like all of your favorite streaming services available at the touch of the button, there are a few wireless speakers that sound as good as the Sonus Faber Omnia.

Read more: Sonus Faber Omnia review

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The Sonos Roam Bluetooth speaker in black

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The best Bluetooth speaker that comes with Wi-Fi

Specifications

Weight: 0.95lbs
Dimensions: 6.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 inch / 168 x 60 x 62 mm
Drivers: One tweeter, one mid-woofer
Supported connectivity: Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5
Aux-in: No
USB : Yes (USB-C)

Reasons to buy

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Powerful audio performance
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Easily portable design
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Wi-Fi and Bluetooth

Reasons to avoid

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Bass can be overwhelming

The Sonos Roam is our pick for the best Bluetooth speaker on the planet, with a powerful sound, rugged design, excellent connectivity features, and smart home control. A bass-heavy audio performance makes it ideal for use outdoors, while a clever Automatic Switching feature means it's easily used indoors, too – though audiophiles may dislike the overwhelming low frequencies and rhythmic handling.

Following in the footsteps of the Sonos Move, the Sonos Roam comes with both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, which means it can work as a portable speaker as well as part of your wider multi-room Sonos system – and with Google Assistant and Alexa onboard, it doubles up a smart speaker too. 

In spite of its (relatively) low price you’re getting a lot for your money here. Its slick design means the Sonos Roam won’t look out of place in your home, while a rugged, waterproof and dustproof build and a decent battery life make it ideal for listening to music outdoors.

Read more: Sonos Roam review

Update: Sonos has just announced the brand new Sonos Roam SL. Much like the Sonos One its Sonos One SL counterpart, this new version of the Roam lacks a microphone but is otherwise identical in terms of specs. If you’re concerned about privacy and want to save around $20 / £20 / AU$30 then the Roam SL could be exactly what you want.

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the bose portable home speaker in silver

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A best Sonos Roam-alternative wireless speaker

Specifications

Weight: 2.4lbs
Dimensions: 7.5 x 4.6 x 4 inch / 191.5 x 119 x 104 mm
Drivers: N/A
Supported connectivity : Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2
Aux-in: No
USB charging: Yes

Reasons to buy

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Great design
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Well-balanced sound

Reasons to avoid

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Expensive compared to Sonos Roam
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Lacking in bass

There's a growing market for portable smart speakers, and the Bose Portable Home Speaker is a great example, offering the smarts of Google Assistant and Alexa alongside Bluetooth connectivity.

The Bose Portable Home Speaker isn’t the brand’s first outdoor-friendly speaker, and it shows: gorgeous minimalist design meets weather-ready robustness, with a light build and handle that lends itself to listening on the go. 

Read more: Bose Portable Home Speaker review

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the mu-so qb wireless speaker in copper

The best wireless speaker for stylish homes

Specifications

Weight: 12.3lbs
Dimensions: 8.26 x 8.58 x 8.24 / 210 x 218 x 212 mm
Drivers: 1 x Woofer, 2 x Mid-range, 2 x Tweeter, 2 x Passive Radiator
Supported Connectivity: UPnP, AirPlay, Spotify Connect, Bluetooth aptX
Aux-in: Yes
USB: Yes

Reasons to buy

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Amazing looks
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Full and vibrant sound 
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Small form factor

Reasons to avoid

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Setup isn't seamless

You might not have heard of it before, but Naim audio is a company that produces some of the most stylish connected speakers in the business, and we think the Mu-So Qb is the best they've put out yet. 

It comes will a full suite of connectivity options including aptX Bluetooth, Spotify Connect and AirPlay, which means all of your music should be supported at its maximum resolution, no matter what device you're using. 

But even if you don't have your phone in hand, this wireless speaker is still controllable using its sleek touch-screen which allows you to access internet radio stations, for example. 

It's got a premium price, but if you pluck for the Qb then you won't be disappointed. 

Read more: Mu-So Qb review

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the sonos arc soundbar in black

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The best wireless speaker for your TV

Specifications

Weight: 24.6lbs
Dimensions: 3.4 x 45 x 4.5 inch / 1141.7 x 87 x 115.7mm
Drivers: 11 high quality drivers
Supported Connectivity: Apple AirPlay 2, Spotify Connect, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi
Aux-in: No
USB: No

Reasons to buy

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Dolby Atmos, TrueHD and Dolby Digital Plus
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Discrete all-in-one soundbar
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Amazing surround sound and music playback

Reasons to avoid

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Doesn’t suit every room

Sonos has a new surround sound solution and it’s contained entirely in a single soundbar it calls Arc. 

The Sonos Arc draws on Dolby’s latest TrueHD and Dolby Digital Plus sound codecs to deliver the best quality lossless audio found on cutting edge Blu-ray disks and some of the leading streaming services. It then enhances the 3D soundscape using Dolby Atmos object tracks to bounce certain sounds off the walls around you so they feel like they’re coming at you from all angles.

While all this might sound complicated, the Sonos Arc setup couldn’t be simpler, involving just a couple of steps on the smartphone app. The minimalist cable connections and all-in-one system construction add to this no-fuss feeling and streamlined aesthetic – making it the best soundbar you can buy in 2022 that doubles up as a fantastic wireless speaker for your TV.

Read more: Sonos Arc review

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the Google home max wireless speaker

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The best Google Assistant home speaker

Specifications

Weight: 7lbs
Dimensions: 13 x 7.3 x 5.9 inch / 335 x 187 x 150 mm
Drivers: 2x Tweeters, 2x Woofers
Supported Connectivity: DLNA, Spotify Connect, Bluetooth, USB, 3.5mm
Aux-in: Yes
USB: Yes

Reasons to buy

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Sounds incredible
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Google Cast built-in
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Bluetooth compatible

Reasons to avoid

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Better sounding speakers are available

When it comes to stuffing a small apartment with Google Assistant devices, is too much of a good thing bad? As the Google Home Max proved to us, the answer is no. 

Although absolutely massive, the Home Max makes for a surprisingly versatile addition to a space of any size, thanks to its balanced, awesome sound delivery and Smart Sound function that helps it adjust to any environment you set it in. 

Google’s biggest wireless speaker is more elegant than it has any right to be, what with clever touches like the moveable resting pad and orientation-friendly touch functions. It’s also appreciated that its looks stand out if you choose to notice it, but blend into the scene during everyday use. 

Read more: Google Home Max review

[Update: We've reviewed the latest Google speaker – the Google Nest Audio brings improved audio and a new design to the brand's flagship wireless speaker.]

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the KEF ls50 wireless bookshelf speakers in white

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The best stereo wireless speakers

Specifications

Weight: 44.31lbs
Dimensions: 12 x 7.9 x 12.2 inch / 305 x 200 x 311 mm
Drivers: Uni-Q Driver Array, low frequency aluminium cone, high frequency vented aluminium dome with Metamaterial Absorption Technology
Supported connectivity : Wi-Fi, AirPlay 2, Google Chromecast, ROON Ready, UPnP Compatible. Bluetooth 4.2
Aux-in : Yes
USB: Yes

Reasons to buy

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Phenomenal audio quality
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Easy setup
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Lots of connection options

Reasons to avoid

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Expensive compared to rivals

Available in a range of chic colors, the LS50 Wireless II build upon the success of LS50 Wireless, which impressed with their detailed sound and connectivity options, to create what could be the best stereo speakers you can buy today at this price. 

With support for Hi-Res Audio, an expansive soundstage, and excellent detail and dexterity, audio quality is nothing short of fantastic. Add to this a vastly improved app, the ability to adjust the EQ settings, and blissfully easy setup, and you have yourself a pair of stereo speakers that can really do no wrong in our eyes. 

Read more: KEF LS50 Wireless II review

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the sony ht-a9 home theater system

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The best wireless speakers for your home theater

Specifications

Weight: 1.6 lbs (control box), 6 lbs (speakers)
Dimensions: 6 x 2-1/8 x 6 inches(control box), 6-3/8 x 12-3/8 x 5-7/8 inches (speakers)
Drivers: Up-firing speaker (X-Balanced Speaker Unit), Soft Dome Type Tweeter, Wide Directivity Woofer (X-Balanced Speaker Unit)
Supported connectivity : HDMI eARC, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Chromecast built-in, Spotify Connect, Apple AirPlay 2
Aux-in : No
USB: No

Reasons to buy

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Immersive audio sounds great
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Supports all kinds of audio technologies

Reasons to avoid

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Expensive compared to buying a soundbar
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Doesn’t come with a subwoofer

The Sony HT-A9 is a set of four wireless speakers that communicate to each other wirelessly via a control box while creating a further 12 "phantom" speakers by bouncing sound off your walls and ceiling.

This box attaches to an eARC port on your TV and also supports wireless standards such as Bluetooth, AirPlay and Google Cast to enjoy audio not just from your TV but also supports wireless standards such as Bluetooth, AirPlay and Google Cast to enjoy audio not just from your TV but also your phone, tablet and other devices.

The setup is a great solution for someone looking for a better Dolby Atmos sound solution than a soundbar, but who isn't quite ready to invest in a full-fledged home theater system. What's lacking is an included subwoofer and sometimes, the omission of a dedicated center speaker is missed.

Read more: Sony HT-A9 review

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the marshall stanmore wireless speaker in black with gold detailing

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The best speaker for rock lovers

Specifications

Weight: 10.3lbs
Dimensions: 13.8 x 7.3 x 7.3 inch / 350 x 185 x 185 mm
Drivers: 2x Mid-to-high range, 1x Woofer
Supported Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth aptX, USB, Toslink/3.5mm
Aux-in: Yes
USB: Yes

Reasons to buy

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Lots of connectivity options
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Great retro design

Reasons to avoid

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Big heavy build
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Pricey compared to better-sounding options

Of its trio of wireless multi-room speakers, the Marshall Stanmore is the middle child. However, that doesn't mean it's the unloved sibling. 

While the larger Woburn is just a little too big for most rooms, and the smaller Acton has a number of connectivity issues, the Stanmore strikes a nice balance between the two with a sound that's big and punchy, without straying too far into 'overkill' territory (although mark our words, it will if you want it to). 

It doesn't have the most refined sound out of the speakers on this list, but the Marshall Stanmore is intelligently designed and simple to use. If you're looking for something to take on the road, check out our Marshall Tufton review – it packs the vintage Marshall look and rocking sound into a portable design.

Read more: Marshall Stanmore review

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the amazon Echo studio wireless speaker

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The best Alexa wireless speaker

Specifications

Weight: 7.7lbs
Dimensions: 8.1 x 6.9 inch / 206 x 175 mm
Drivers: 1 x upward-firing midrange speaker, 1 x right-firing midrange speaker, 1 x left-firing mid-range speaker, 1 x forward-firing tweeter, 1 x downward-firing woofer
Supported Connectivity: WiFi, Bluetooth, Airplay
Aux-in: Yes
USB: No

Reasons to buy

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Gigantic sound
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Alexa smarts

Reasons to avoid

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Larger than your average Echo
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3D audio is a mixed bag

The Amazon Echo Studio is an impressive offering - a smart-speaker and Dolby Atmos immersive sound home cinema unit, all in one tidy package. Some of its experiments with upmixing stereo sources can sound a bit confused, but it's otherwise a very powerful, feature-rich smart speaker – especially considering the price.

It's a good option for anyone who's low on space and can't stretch to an upfiring soundbar or multi-speaker setup, while Alexa smarts means that it can act as the center of your smart home, as well as your music player. 

If you're upgrading from the simple speakers built into your TV, or a lowly stereo soundbar, it's a fantastic and simple upgrade to make to your home cinema system. You'll get a cracking, resonant bass response, excellent volume and far more depth than a comparably-priced soundbar can offer.

As ever with virtualized surround sound, it's not as impactful as having discrete physical speaker channels above and behind you, hooked up to an AV receiver. But that's a huge expense, and not practical for all living room arrangements, making the powerful Echo Studio an impressive value option.

Read more: Amazon Echo Studio review

[Update: We've just reviewed the Amazon Echo Show 10, which comes with a rotating screen and can double up as a home security camera.]

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two apple homepod mini smart speakers; one in gray, and one in white

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The best wireless speaker for Siri

Specifications

Weight: 0.76lbs
Dimensions: 3.3 x 3.9 x 3.9 inch / 8.43 x 9.79 x 9.79 cm
Drivers: Full-range driver and dual passive radiators for deep bass and crisp high frequencies
Supported connectivity : Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5, AirPlay
Aux-in: No
USB: No

Reasons to buy

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Incredible sound
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Sleek design
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Only smart speaker with Siri built-in

Reasons to avoid

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Needs Apple Music for full function
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Small number of compatible smart home devices

For anyone looking to enter the Apple smart ecosystem, or who has an Apple Music subscription, this is the wireless speaker to go for. It's far cheaper than some might expect, packing mighty sounds and an elegant design for under $100 / £100 / AU$150.

However, if you don’t have an Apple Music subscription, you’re rather limited when it comes to music streaming. You can't ask the HomePod mini to play anything through Spotify – that can only be enabled through AirPlay, and requires using your phone rather than the simpler method of asking Siri to play tunes with your voice.

If you're wondering about the original Apple HomePod, you can still buy it, but it has been discontinued. Stock is still available to buy, but it's likely to sell out fairly soon.

Read more: Apple HomePod mini review

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the braun le01 wireless speaker in black

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The best one-box hi-fi system

Specifications

Weight: N/A
Dimensions: 27.5 x 10.6 x 3.89 inch / 700 x 271 x 99mm
Drivers: 3 x front-firing drivers, 2 x passive radiators and 3 x class D amplifiers
Supported connectivity : Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, AirPlay, Chromecast
Aux-in: Yes
USB: No

Reasons to buy

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Refined sound and build quality
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Apple AirPlay 2 and Chromecast streaming

Reasons to avoid

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Needs to be set up using Google Home
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Basic app

A resurrected Braun Audio’s new flagship one-box hi-fi offers impressively bassy yet detailed audio, plus excellent build quality to complement its smart speaker status. The need to use Google Home for setup and Google Assistant-only compatibility might annoy some, but Apple AirPlay 2 and Chromecast streaming is easily capable of challenging Sonos on sound quality.

That’s a good thing, because the LE01 smart speaker comes with only Bluetooth 4.2; there’s no sign of aptX hi-res audio streaming. Nor does this dual-band Wi-Fi speaker allow streaming directly from Tidal Connect or Spotify Connect, and it doesn’t operate as an access-all-areas UPnP speaker either. 

Read more: Braun LE01 review

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the devialet phantom i wireless speaker in white and gold

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The best wireless speaker for opulent tastes

Specifications

Weight: 25.13lbs
Dimensions: 10 x 9.9 x 13.4 inch / 255 x 252 x 342mm
Drivers: Grade 1 titanium tweeter driver, aluminum medium driver, aluminum bass drivers
Supported connectivity : Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, AirPlay, Spotify Connect, Roon
Aux-in: No
USB: No

Reasons to buy

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Unique design
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Fantastic audio performance

Reasons to avoid

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Super-expensive
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Quite heavy and large

The Devialet Phantom I is a continuation of the French audio brand’s iconic range of wireless speakers, which come with powerful side-firing bass reflex ports that pulse in time to your music. The sound is nothing short of outstanding, and a good range of connectivity options and an easy-to-use app make the Phantom I easy to recommend – if you have a lot of money to spare, that is.

Oh, and don’t forget the 22-carat rose gold-plated sides – which may go some way to explain the speaker’s $3,200 / £2,790 / AU$5,490 price. And that’s the price for just one speaker, by the way. If you want to pair two for stereo sound, it will cost you double. 

Still, the sound is undeniably good. This speaker packs a real punch, presenting a powerful, immersive sound, thumping bass, smooth mids and detailed trebles. 

Read more: Devialet Phantom I review

How to choose the best wireless speaker for you

When it comes to picking a new speaker for your home, sound is probably the most important factor. If you're looking for room-filling sound, check out models that feature 360-degree grilles and disperse audio at all angles; the Amazon Echo Studio or the Sonos One are good places to start. 

If it's true audio-fidelity you're after, opt for trusted brands like Sonos, Bowers & Wilkins, and KEF – speakers from these companies are always likely to sound brilliant. 

If smart home connectivity is your main concern, then check out Amazon Echo and Google Home / Nest speakers; you'll need to work out which voice assistant's ecosystem suits you, Alexa or Google Assistant.  

If you have an iPhone or an iPad, it might also be worth checking out the best AirPlay speakers, which allow you to stream music, podcasts or audiobooks directly from your devices to your speaker. That means room-filling sound from your phone without the need for a more complex entertainment set-up.

What are the best wireless speaker brands to look out for?

It really depends on what kind of speaker you're after. If you want multiroom connectivity and excellent sound, look for home speakers from Sonos and Harman Kardon. 

Need a smart speaker? Check out models in the Google Nest and Amazon Echo ranges (and if you're a Siri user, Apple). Bear in mind though, you're not stuck with these brands if you need a voice assistant, as many third-party speakers come with Alexa and Google Assistant compatibility. 

If it's pure audio fidelity you're after, brands like KEF, Naim, and Devialet are worth looking into. 

And, for portability, check out the likes of JBL, Ultimate Ears, Bose, and Urbanista.

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Olivia Tambini
Olivia Tambini

Olivia is TechRadar's Senior Editor - Home Entertainment, covering everything from headphones to TVs. Based in TechRadar's London offices, she's a popular music graduate who worked in the music industry before finding her calling in journalism. She's previously been interviewed on BBC Radio 5 Live on the subject of multi-room audio, chaired panel discussions on diversity in music festival lineups, and her bylines include T3, Stereoboard, What to Watch, Top Ten Reviews, Creative Bloq, and Croco Magazine.  In her spare time Olivia likes gardening, painting, and hanging with her cat Ethel and golden retriever Dora.

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