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This £990 Wireless Speaker Is Astonishing, But Not Always in the Best Ways

When I reviewed the £1,390 Devialet Phantom speaker three years ago, it blew my mind. The company just came out with a shrunken-down version for about half the price called the Phantom Reactor. It is also quite impressive, mainly because it’s so little and so loud. That doesn’t mean the Phantom Reactor is the best-sounding wireless speaker money can buy, though. I don’t even think it’s my favourite. Read More >>

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The LG Sound Bar Flex is Good, New-Fangled Modular Fun

With the new Sound Bar Flex, LG didn’t make the world’s best sound bar. It’s actually a bit of a stretch to call the modular, three-piece speaker system a sound bar at all. And at £500, the (mostly) wireless setup isn’t quite a bargain either. You know what, though? The Sound Bar Flex sure is fun to use. Read More >>

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This Pricey Wireless Speaker is Mind-Blowing

The Devialet Phantom’s been around a while, but the Apple Store recently started selling the basic-but-still-very-expensive version of the speaker. Fans will be tempted, but you never want to buy something just because it’s in the Apple Store, so we gave it a try. Everything about the speaker seems impressive. It’s wireless, incredibly powerful, yet compact, and it plays bass so low you can only feel it — all while looking like an H.R. Giger creation. It also costs £1,390. Read More >>

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LG’s Sonos Clone Adds a Few Extra Speakers To Get Its Music Flow On

LG's new line of battery-powered, Wi-Fi-enabled speakers complement its new soundbar models, for sure. But more importantly, it also fills out Music Flow, the company's Sonos-like connected-home audio offering, with some attractive, well-rounded hardware. Read More >>

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Of Course You Can’t Afford Bang & Olufsen’s Arty First Set of Wireless Speakers

Ah, Bang & Olufsen. We sometimes wonder if the Danish company's audio goods are made purely for the sake of teasing us peasants with beautiful press shots. Take its new Immaculate Wireless Sound range -- its speakers look like they could be art installation pieces, and are priced accordingly, extortionately. Who can afford this stuff? Read More >>

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The Best Sub-£70 Bluetooth Speaker

Dragging party music to the park or patio doesn't have to involve so much actual dragging. More party, more easy! You've got a gazillion songs on your phone already. And little, portable Bluetooth speakers are getting so cheap. Now, for under £70, you can blast your jams to high heaven—or, at least, a 10-metre radius—without any hassles. Read More >>