The right speaker setup depends on your specific needs and what you want from your audio. You need to take into account space, volume (loudness), and how the speakers will be used. Do you have a big room or a small room? Do you live in an apartment or house? Do you watch a lot of movies or spend most of your audio time listening to music? How much money do you have to spend? We cover the basics.
Soundfreaq's Sound Kick is a decent, if underwhelming, Bluetooth speaker.
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Sonos, maker of high-fidelity multi-room music systems, has announced its latest component: Sub, a $699 subwoofer.
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