Top 5 Wireless Speaker Sound Systems of 2014

When it comes to enjoying music throughout the house and even outdoors, there’s nothing more inconvenient than a tangled series of cords between portable devices, wall outlets, and the speakers necessary to turn mobile songs into immersive experiences. That’s why a large number of manufacturers have been working to create excellent, wireless speaker systems that ditch cords in favor of mobile battery packs, Bluetooth, and universal device compatibility. Though scores of options exist in this category, there are a few standout options that will give consumers the best combination of technology, sound quality, and durability.

5. Sykik Sound Wireless Bluetooth Speakers

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The Sykik Sound wireless speaker system uses the power of Bluetooth to cut the cord and give mobile device users a high-quality way to stream their music directly to this 2.1 setup. For those buyers who have a device lacking in current Bluetooth technologies and specifications, the speakers can be used with a 3.5mm audio jack and cable. That means these speakers are broadly compatible, able to work with everything from the oldest MP3 players to the newest smartphones from major manufacturers.

Unlike a large number of wireless speaker options, this setup actually comes with two independent speaker and a separate subwoofer. That gives the Sykik Sound system unparalleled quality, with rich bass that’s simply hard to find among the all-in-one wireless speaker systems that are a bit more common and far more portable.

4. Boston Acoustics MC200Air Wireless Speaker System for AirPlay

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Apple’s AirPlay technology has, until recently, been found almost exclusively in the company’s own electronic devices and accessories. Boston Acoustics is one of a handful of companies bringing AirPlay compatibility to its own products, making it easy to stream music from any iOS device, Mac desktop, or MacBook notebook computer. Using iTunes or compatible third-party applications, users simply click the AirPlay icon, select the Boston Acoustics system, and enjoy rich audio with excellent bass and clarity.

For those with a device that doesn’t support AirPlay, all is not lost. Boston Acoustics has also made sure to include a 3.5mm audio jack for Android devices, iPod Classic MP3 players, and virtually every other MP3 player on the market. Give in its compact, all-in-one size and manageable footprint, this is a must-have for offices, bedrooms, and smaller apartments where big sound can easily come from a small speaker system.

3. iHome Bluetooth Wireless Stereo Speaker System

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Known a few years ago for its iHome alarm clock that doubled as an iPhone and iPod dock, the company with an eye for Apple-like aesthetics has advanced its product line with the Bluetooth Wireless Speaker System. Thanks to the use of universal Bluetooth technology, this device requires no proprietary Apple docking system and can be used with virtually any existing smartphone or tablet on the market. It’s even compatible with most laptops and desktops. For corded users, a 3.5mm audio jack is included to enable corded transmission of songs to the speaker.

The all-in-one design of this system makes it easily portable, while its low-profile design makes it easy to tuck into virtually any compact space. The iHome Bluetooth speaker system also comes powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, which can actually recharge mobile devices on the go. An included USB port acts as a source of power for any and all compatible devices with the necessary cable.

2. Klipsch G-17 Air Wireless Sound System

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Klipsch is one of the biggest names in the wireless speaker world, and its G-17 system shows exactly why the company has been met with such success. The G-17 Air Wireless Sound System is another wireless speaker that leverages the power of Apple’s proprietary AirPlay technology. That means instant compatibility with all iPhones from the 3G model onward, as well as all recent iPod Touch models and all releases of the Apple iPad. It also comes with a 3.5mm audio jack and a USB port, making it compatible with virtually every Android, Blackberry, or Windows smartphone on the market as well as all MP3 players.

The Klipsch G-17 Air Wireless Speaker System is also one of the few options on the market that can be controlled with its own remote. That means there’s no need to use a device’s battery to control songs via an on-screen display when the device is used with AirPlay or USB. Excellent convenience and great sound quality make this a must-have, especially for Apple fans.

1. Cables to Go Audio Unlimited Premium 900MHz Wireless Indoor / Outdoor 4-Speaker System

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The four-speaker Cables to Go wireless system is a must-have for both indoor and outdoor use. In a setup that’s unique to wireless speaker systems, users actually connect their smartphone, tablet, or MP3 player to a remote dock via the included 3.5mm audio jack. The dock then acts as a base station, wirelessly streaming music to all four of the speakers no matter where they’re placed throughout the home and its outdoor areas. Each speaker offers a cylindrical design that boosts audio quality and the richness of the speaker’s bass. This design also enhances the speaker’s range in the typical living area throughout the home.

Like the Klipsch system, Cables to Go allows its system to be controlled with an included remote. This makes it far easier to turn the system on, adjust volume, and fine tune the audio experience for either indoor or outdoor use all year long.

Go Wireless with These Great Speaker Systems

From Apple AirPlay to Bluetooth compatibility, these speaker systems are designed to cut the cord once and for all. For buyers, that means less tangled messes, less tripping over cords, and easier management of music from anywhere around the home. Get started with a big improvement to home music streaming right away and ditch last century’s corded models.

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