With its Wireless Speakers, Audyssey attempts to bring the great sound that helped make the company's Media Speakers a gdgt Must-have to a Bluetooth model, and almost delivers. Audyssey's digital signal processing does a good job of boosting bass and bringing out the highlights in your audio files, and in general provides a much better listening experience than most other Bluetooth options -- though you'll still notice the difference. Fortunately, the Wireless Speakers also work in wired mode, which allows you to connect them to your computer and get quality on par with the Media Speakers. That wired/wireless flexibility is nice to have, but it bumps the price up a little too much.
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