Whether you're in the market for a state-of-the-art upgrade or a pocketable pal, Esquire picks out the best wireless speakers money can buyMore
The newest model of this award-winning speaker from British-based Cambridge Audio comes with Near Field Communication and USB phone charging, and will stream music for an unbeaten 18 hours per charge. Each unit remembers up to eight devices so you don’t need to mess about reconnecting each time. The sound is genuinely ‘room-filling’ too, to use that review-filling cliché.
A (relatively) subtle, dockless alternative to the iconic, Patrick Bateman-y Zeppelin Air and the flagship wireless speaker from hi-fi dons Bowers & Wilkins (all three main studios at Abbey Road use B&W speakers for playback, hi-fi fact fans). There’s a 6” Kevlar-reinforced subwoofer that delivers some proper depth-charge wobbly bass, plus four top-end stereo drivers. Of course it’s not cheap!