Best Wireless Speakers For Your Home In 2020: Complete Guide

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Pure Evoke C-F6

Speakers have evolved a lot in this decade. So we have listed Best Wireless Speakers which have different shapes and sizes, from multi-room models to voice assistant – enabled desk buddies.

These best wireless speakers comes with a lot of different features such as connectivity options available, Alexa, Siri and Google Assistant, slick designs that will bend into your home and built-in support for streaming devices.

Whatever you need a new wireless speaker for, making the right decision can be tricky – so, we’ve ranked the best wireless speakers for 2020 based on price and performance to make your decision a little easier.

Best Wireless Speakers:

Sonos one

Sonos one best wireless speaker

Sonos One is one of the best wireless speakers due to its clearly designed and exceptional sounding connected speaker. It has both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant’s smart home powers and is also a multi-room speaker platform.

Key Features

Weight: 1.85kg (4.08 lbs)

Size: 6.36 x 4.69 x 4.69 in

Drivers: 1 x tweeters, 1 x woofer

Supported Connectivity: AirPlay, Bluetooth 4.2, Google Cast, Spotify Connect, 3.5mm, RCA

Ethernet: No

Aux-in: Yes

USB: No

You can group different speakers using the Sonos App and the same song everywhere in the house and enjoy a house party.

While there are more powerful (and more expensive) speakers listed down below, for the vast majority of folks, the Sonos One is the best wireless speaker of 2020.

Pros

1.Full-bodied, rich sound.
2. Combines the best of Alexa and Sonos.
Cons
1. No ethernet connectivity.

 

Sonos Play: 5

Sonos Play 5

Sonos was the first company who got started into wireless speaker business and has integrated into the market seamlessly. Unlike solutions which rely on Bluetooth or Google Cast, Sonos’ speakers are controlled directly from its own app, which has built-in integration for a number of streaming services, including Spotify, Tidal, Apple Music, Deezer, TuneIn, and a  whole range of smaller services.

Key Features
Weight: 6.3kg
Size: 204mm x 364mm x 154mm
Drivers: 3 x tweeters, 1 x woofer
Supported Connectivity: AirPlay, Bluetooth 4.2, Google Cast, Spotify Connect, 3.5mm, RCA
Ethernet: No
Aux-in: Yes
USB: No
You get a multi-room platform and can get also connected with other speakers such as Sonos Play:3 etc to built a surround sound system.
Pros
1.Easy to setup
2.Powerful sound
Cons
1.Simple design

Pure Evoke C-F6

Pure Evoke C-F6

Pure Evoke C-F6 has a great but simple design which slips into any decor although it doesn’t boast the premium multi room feature like other pricier competitors on the list.

Key Features

Weight: 4.2kg

Size: 380 mm x 145 mm x 223 mm

Drivers: 2 x 3″ full range

Supported Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth

Ethernet: Yes

Aux-in: Yes

USB: No

With a solid app letting you control the speaker from across a room, and the Evoke C-F6 offering a warm and natural soundstage from its stereo speakers, it’ll take pride of place on whichever bedside table or living room shelf you decide to pop it on.

There are a lot of options of connectivity such as Spotify, Connect, DAB, Internet Radio, CD Playback and Bluetooth.

Pros

1.Modest and attractive design
2.Incredible playback options
Cons
1. No Google Cast support
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Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Wireless

Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Wireless

This is one of the most stylish and most striking wireless speaker out there in the market. Zepplin has absolutely stunning audio no matter at what volume you play it at. Its bass is distortion-free and its mid-range is punchy and nice.

Key Features

Weight: 6.5kg

Size: 188mm x 660mm x 183mm

Drivers: 2 x Tweet, 2 x Mid-range, 1 x Subwoofer

Supported Connectivity: AirPlay, Spotify Connect, Bluetooth aptX

Ethernet: Yes

Aux-in: Yes

USB: No

It’s also backed by a complete swath of connectivity options, so you’ll have no problem getting your more obscure apps playing through the speaker.
Pros
1.Iconic design
2.Wide range of connectivity options.
Cons
1.Slightly awkward setup

Sonos Arc

Sonos Arc

Sonos has included a new surround system and has contained entirely in a single soundbar and they call it Arc. The Sonos Arc draws on Dolby’s latest TrueHD and Dolby Digital Plus sound codecs to deliver the best quality lossless audio found on cutting edge Blu-ray disks and some of the leading streaming services.

It then enhances the 3D soundscape using Dolby Atmos object tracks to bounce certain sounds off the walls around you so they feel like they’re coming at you from all angles.

Key Features
Dimensions: 1141.7 x 87 x 115.7mm (W x H x D)
Speaker configuration: 5.0.2
Claimed audio power: N/A
Connections: HDMI input (ARC), optical digital audio to HDMI converter, Bluetooth, Ethernet port, 802.11b,g Wi-Fi, Apple AirPlay 2, IR receiver
Sonos Arc setup is very simple with just a few steps on the smartphone app.
Pros
1.Dolby Atmos, TrueHD and Dolby Digital Plus
2.Discrete all-in-one soundbar.
3.Amazing surround sound and music playback
Cons
1. Doesn’t suit every room
The list was small but these are the best wireless speaker for your home. If you like the article and decide to buy any of these let us know in the comments box below .

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