Cambridge Audio Minx Min 22 Bookshelf Satellite Speaker (Each) with 4th Generation BMR Technology (White)
These speakers are impressive for the price. Theyre easy to set up, have impressive sound quality for bookshelf speakers, and are well-built. Expect to pay a little more for speakers of this quality, though.
The easy assembly of the Cambridge Audio speaker makes it consummate for a home theater setup. Its easy setup, sturdy construction, and rich sound make it a winner.
Cambridge Audio Minx Min 12 Bookshelf Satellite Speaker (Each) with 4th Generation BMR Technology (White)
These small, bookshelf speakers are as impressive sounding as their bigger Cousins. With BMR technology, solid construction, and good looks, the Minx Min 12 makes a brilliant, budget-priced sound investment.
Cambridge Audio's affordable floor-standing integrated stereo amplifier delivers clean, detailed sound to your living space.
For a great sound experience, the ProMedia 2.1 speaker system delivers. It's a bit pricey compared to the other speakers we tested, but its performance really shines, especially when used with the included subwoofer.
The A20 is by far our favorite budget bluetooth speaker today. Its by far the loudest, has the best sound, most features, and the longest battery life we've seen in a bluetooth speaker.
The Cambridge Audio CXA81 amplifier is not a cheap sound bar, but it packs all the features of a high-end unit and sounds great. Our only complaint is that its remote control interface isn't intuitive.
The SX120 sub isn't as deep as some other options, but its thoughtful design makes for clean, detailed sound. And its small size makes it ideal for just about any sized room.
This stereo receiver provides remarkable sound. The subwoofer output lets you add full range sound by plugging in powered subwoofers. The Bluetooth technology lets you stream music wirelessly from your smartphone. Two additional analog inputs let you connect legacy equipment. The remote lets you control some functions from the couch.
The stereo bookshelf speakers we tested cost just $50 each, but sounded as good as anything we've heard for twice that amount. And we had no hestitation pairing them to our Apple TV.