Changing your dock system can be a painful process as you have built a certain level of comradeship with your existing speakers.
But what if we told you that you can have a great new set that you can take ANYWHERE with you. Yes, that’s right, you own a great set of Bluetooth speakers and take them with you wherever you go. Sounds too good to be true – well, let’s have a look at what’s on the market then, shall we.
Best Bluetooth Speaker Under £100
The Sony SRS-BTM8 lets you enjoy great sound and easy portability at just £85. Elegant and classy in design, smooth and solid in refinement, it simply doesn’t get any better than this. Power comes from plugging into the mains or simply from four AA batteries.
Taking the cup as the Wireless Speaker Product of the Year, the Cambridge Audio Go needs no further introduction, and at only £120, where else are you going to find dynamic sound, unique finish, and an astounding 18-hour battery life all in one place?
Best Bluetooth Speakers Under £300
The previous Monitor Audio Airstream models didn’t disappoint, and neither did the latest model, the Monitor Audio Airstream S200 which is selling like hot cakes at £200. Combining Apple’s AirPlay with regular aptX Bluetooth, these speakers will allow a smooth connection and seamless play.
They say breaking into an already established market is hard, but that’s something the B&W T7 did with grace. The wait was long, but the speakers finally came out they didn’t disappoint. Although the price tag at £300 is pretty high, the unrivaled sound quality justifies the cost.
Best Bluetooth Speaker Under £400
At £330 you are paying top dollar for hi-fi sound from a wireless speaker. This is what makes the Geneva Model S Wireless DAB+ stand out from the masses. Uniquely subtle and dynamic, it’s everything you could want and need from a wireless speaker all in one.
Best Bluetooth Speaker Under £750
Not wanting to be left behind, Dali Kubik has entered the world of the Bluetooth speakers and has done so with an impressive model the Dali Kubik Free at the staggering £645. Other features on this model include a digital optical input allowing you to connect to your TV and also a USB port for your computer as well.
Rounding off this group are the Naim Mu-so speakers at £895. From the eye-catching design to the pumping music, we couldn’t help but fall in love with these speakers. If ever there was an investment in the world of Bluetooth speakers, then this would be it. The power delivered by these bad boys explains the price tag.
Best Bluetooth Multi-room Speaker
Quirky and cute, the Pure Jongo S3 at £175 is almost like your regular kit. The only difference is that you can pair using Bluetooth via the provided dongle, and also stream via Wi-Fi. Its performance is awesome over wide spaces, and the fine-tuners will help you get the best sound possible.