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Bose SoundTouch

Fortunately for the masses of music lovers out there who don't know a tweeter from a hole in the wall, it's easier than ever to set up a wireless speaker system in your place without audiophile expertise or dropping a month's pay. Case in point, the Bose SoundTouch ($400-$700) line of wireless speakers. Choose from three available options in the line: the SoundTouch 30, great for large spaces; the SoundTouch 20, perfect for bedrooms or kitchens; and the SoundTouch Portable, with a rechargeable battery for when you're on the move. All three are easy to set up on your existing WiFi, have preset buttons for a range of audio sources, and come with an iOS app that cues up any music source instantly.

  • Harman Kardon Onyx Speaker

    Your music doesn't live on just one device anymore, so you need an audio solution that takes the portability of your media library seriously — something like the Harman Kardon Onyx Speaker ($500). This wireless speaker system was made with connectivity in mind, including Bluetooth with NFC, Airplay for Mac and iOS, DLNA for Android, Windows, and other Harman Kardon devices, as well as an auxiliary input for less capable devices. With two three-inch woofers and two three-quarter-inch tweeters, wireless audio doesn't mean you end up with sub-par sound.

  • Killspencer Speaker Case

    You have a case for your smartphone, so you should probably have a case for your new Jawbone Mini Jambox — the Killspencer Speaker Case ($180). These American-made hand-crafted cases come in a range of styles: chocolate pebbled leather, natural oil-tanned leather, and black nylon with leather. The interior features an Alcantara lining to keep your Jambox from getting scuffed, while their proprietary sound-screen technology prevents the case from muffling your music. The built-in carrying loop makes it easy to pull out of your bag, while a magnetic snap closure keeps everything contained.