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Which portable speakers are worth buying?

Which portable speakers are worth buying?
Kris Naudus
Kris Naudus|@krisnaudus|September 19, 2014 2:36 PM
While some people like to listen to their favorite music on a quality sound system with a set of high-end speakers or headphones, most people are just fine listening from a cheap headset or the built-in speakers on their phones. But what if you're somewhere in the middle, and want your music to be portable, but still sound great? Plenty of companies have stepped up to give you just that, releasing speakers that deliver solid highs and clear lows, all in a package that you can fit in a bag. There are too many out there for us to review ourselves here at Engadget, so we've pulled together reviews from sources we trust to help highlight some of the better recent options.

Gallery: Portable speaker roundup | 9 Photos

  • Jawbone Mini Jambox
  • Creative Sound Blaster Roar SR20
  • Soundfreaq Pocket Kick
  • NYNE Bass
  • Sony SRS-X3
  • Sony SRS-X5
  • Logitech X100
  • Logitech X300
  • Beats Pill XL
Frank Spinillo contributed to this report.
Which portable speakers are worth buying?