1. Bose SoundLink III

    Bose SoundLink III

    Big, loud bass and excellent build – this energetic Bose is worth a listen

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  2. B&W T7

    B&W T7

    Looks good, sounds great – a portable speaker that’s worth paying the premium for

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  3. Dynaudio Xeo 4

    Dynaudio Xeo 4

    The Xeo 4s serve up great-quality, convenient, versatile wireless sound

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  4. Monitor Audio Airstream S200

    Monitor Audio Airstream S200

    Best wireless speaker £150-£300, Awards 2014. Excellent performance, great price and streaming features galore – this is a very desirable wireless speaker

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  5. Naim Mu-so

    Naim Mu-so

    Product of the Year, Awards 2014. A hugely desirable wireless speaker with hi-fi aspirations, the Mu-so is stunning

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  7. Denon Envaya

    Denon Envaya

    The Denon kicks out a seriously weighty and powerful sound, but its unruly bass performance spoils the show

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    Available from £19.99
  8. Nakamichi Dragon Lily

    Nakamichi Dragon Lily

    A love-it-or-hate-it design with a performance that is just about okay

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  9. Monitor Audio Airstream S300

    Monitor Audio Airstream S300

    The compatibility issue is annoying, but there’s no denying this speaker five stars

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  10. Bluesound Powernode

    Bluesound Powernode

    Multi-room has finally come to hi-fi, and it’s been worth the wait for something this good

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  11. Cambridge Audio Bluetone 100

    Cambridge Audio Bluetone 100

    A bold, engaging performance, but there are more talented rivals out there

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