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There are a multitude of PC speakers to choose from and you can certainly pair your PC with a Bluetooth speaker to augment the sound. That said, this list highlights the best in the powered speaker arena -- they have their own built-in amplifiers, which means they need to be plugged in.

 

 

 

 

The system is a little more compact than you'd think seeing some of the pictures, and it does deliver strong sound with bass that will rattle a table at higher volumes if you leave the sub on your desk (the sub is actually slightly smaller at 5.25 inches compared to 6 inches for the SoundSticks 3). From what I remember of the SoundSticks 3, this new model does sound fuller.

 

 

 

 

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Razer bills its Nommo Chroma speakers as "gaming" speakers, which isn't surprising since it's known for its gaming-oriented accessories. What I like about these speakers is they deliver a decent amount of bass without having a separate subwoofer, and you can adjust the bass with a knob on the left speaker. That ability to produce some bass that has some kick to it should indeed appeal to gamers who like having some visceral impact from in-game explosions to add to the immersiveness of a game. They're also pretty decent for movie watching and sound fine with music.

 

 

 

 

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If you can't afford Audioengine's $500 A5 Plus Wireless (see below) -- or don't like its somewhat large footprint -- the A2 Plus is a good alternative, albeit one that produces less bass and just isn't as loud or full sounding. Still, it sounds really good for a mini bookshelf-size speaker and has a glossy piano finish that gives it a premium look.

 

 

 

 

It's IP67 dust-proof and water-resistant (it can be fully submerged in shallow water for a short time) and has up to eight hours of battery life at moderate volume levels with USB-C charging. Like the Bose, this portable Bluetooth speaker has an integrated strap so you can clip it to your backpack or bike's handlebars.

 

 

 

 

Some of the speakers on this list have simple analog connectivity options, but the majority offer some form of digital connection -- that means you can plug them right into a computer's USB port. Others have wireless Bluetooth connectivity, which lets you easily pair the speakers with all your Bluetooth devices, including tablets and smartphones. As you might expect, better connectivity options tend to add some cost to the speakers, but a few moderately priced speakers have excellent connectivity options too, in addition to more-than-decent sound.

 

 

 

 

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The Tribit MaxSound Plus ($50 with an instant coupon) is about 30% bigger than its sibling XSound Go and costs about $25 more, but it performs substantially better and is one of the best-sounding speakers in its size and price class. It has a long-lasting rechargeable lithium-ion battery and superior sound quality for a Bluetooth speaker.

 

 

 

 

Say what you will about the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live's bean-shaped design, but they might just be the most innovative new true wireless earbuds of the year. Like the standard AirPods, they have an open design -- you don't jam an ear tip into your ear -- and they're quite comfortable to wear and fit my ears more securely than the AirPods. These wireless buds are discreet and basically sit flush with your ear, which reduces wind-noise while biking. I regularly use them for running and biking, and they're great for sporting activities if they fit your ears well, but one warning: Some people won't get a secure fit, so buy them from a retailer that has a good return policy.

 

 

 

 

Anker says the Motion Boom delivers "huge stereo sound" and yes, it plays pretty loud and has a decent amount of bass with reasonable clarity. (I kept the bass boost on at all times because the speaker sounds better with bass boost on.) It can't compete against bigger and more expensive speakers like JBL's Boombox 2 ($400) and  ($400), but it packs a lot more volume and punch than more compact Bluetooth speakers like JBL's Flip 5 that cost around the same. It also travels well, so it's ideal for a beach excursion or a little tailgating.

 

 

 

 

AfterShokz' new entry-level OpenMove bone-conduction headphone lists for $100 but is currently selling for $80. It replaces the older Titanium model, which is still on sale (it also costs $80), and features some small design upgrades. I found it comfortable to wear and flac download while it doesn't sound great, it sounds relatively good for a bone-conduction headphone (again, keep your sound quality expectations in check or you'll be disappointed). It's very good for listening to podcasts, audiobooks and news broadcasts while you run (I have a tendency to listen to XM radio while running). 

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