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Harman Kardon Nova Sound System

Whether you're on the hunt for a beautiful set of wireless speakers to sit on top of your desk, or you're just looking to add to your existing home audio set up, the Harman Kardon Nova Sound System ($270) is a strong solution combining a great listening experience with striking design. Each speaker produces 40 watts of power played through two-and-a-half-inch drivers and one-and-a-quarter inch tweeters, while passive radiators provide powerful bass response. They're compatible with just about any device you could think of, thanks to wired analog and optical inputs, as well as Bluetooth connectivity with near field communication.

  • 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.

  • Libratone Loop Speaker

    By now the market for high-fidelity wireless speaker systems is pretty flooded, but it's still tough to find a solution that looks great in your space, while still filling it with great sound. The Libratone Loop Speaker ($500) has a unique, circular design, and can be fitted with a range of wool covers that match with the look of your room, while a wall-mount and bipod stand let you set it up just about anywhere. Inside, two ribbon tweeters and a passive bass radiator give it all the sound of larger speaker systems, while also projecting sound all around, giving it a more three-dimensional sound. Couple all that with Airplay, DLNA, WiFi, and wired connectivity, and you have one great-sounding, good-looking speaker system that will connect to just about anything.