With so many of us now storing our music on smartphones, laptops and tablets, the convenience of streaming music to a wireless speaker is hard to ignore. There's never been a greater choice

Chances are you've already got loads of music on your phone, portable or laptop. Listening through headphones is fine if you're out and about, but at home – or in the garden, or on the beach – a wireless speaker will unleash the music and let you and your friends enjoy it.

From a portable speaker on a budget to something a little more substantial to free your digital music, it can be hard to know exactly where to start.

Are you looking to build a system in a smaller room of the house? Maybe you want a device that'll let you play your music when you're on the go? Or perhaps you're thinking about replacing an iPod or iPhone dock system? 

From AirPlay to Bluetooth speakers, and multi-room solutions, we bring you a selection of the best wireless speakers that money can buy.

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Best wireless speaker under £100
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Super-portable, waterproof and blessed with a great sound, the Ultimate Ears Roll is the perfect on-the-go companion. We haven’t heard a better wireless speaker than this What Hi-Fi? Award winner for less than a ton.

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Best wireless speaker under £200
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A Product of the Year at the 2015 What Hi-Fi? Awards, this classy, wireless boombox from Audio Pro ignores gimmicks and focuses on delivering the best sound possible for an extremely tempting price.

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Best wireless speaker under £300
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Another Award-winning portable wireless speaker, the KEF Muo brings a touch of luxury with its detailed musical performance, strong build and great looks.

You won’t get better without going mains-powered.

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Best wireless speaker under £400
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Tested at £330

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A classy speaker with additional radio features, the Model S Wireless DAB+ offers a clear, detailed, punchy sound which oozes with agility and precision.

Simply put, that’s why it won its third What Hi-Fi? Award in 2015.

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Best wireless speaker under £500
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Tested at £430

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Bigger, bolder and more powerful than its predecessor, the new Play:5 is a seriously capable wireless speaker.

Its rich bass response, impressive detail and crystal-clear mid-range make it a class-leader, either as a standalone wireless speaker or part of a multi-room setup.

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Best wireless speaker under £750
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Tested at £650

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Not only is this bulbous beauty among the best-looking wireless speakers we’ve seen, it’s high on the list of the best we’ve heard, too.

Its rhythmic and expressive performance earned it a 2015 What Hi-Fi? Award.

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Best wireless speaker under £1000
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Naim's Mu-so not only picked up a wireless speaker gong at the 2015 Awards, but it also managed to scoop the Readers’ Award.

This sizeable wireless speaker has a rich, powerful sound, huge sense of scale and soaring dynamics. If you're looking for a premium wireless speaker, then look no further.

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