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A striking pair of active bookshelf speakers with a good range of connection options, incredible bass and trebles but mediocre mid-range.

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An impressive speaker package offering a “one box” solution to those who want impressive surround sound, from their existing set up.

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Edifier shows us another example of their stunning speaker designs with the Prisma Encore E3360BT, a 2.1 Bluetooth enabled set of desktop speakers.

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The Edifier M3280BT are a smart looking set of 2.1 speakers with dual RCA inputs and Bluetooth connectivity, making them flexible enough for a variety of uses.

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The Edifier R2000DB speakers are powerful and capable studio/gaming speakers, wrapped up in an attractive package – but are they worth the extra over the R1700BT?

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Ideally suited to multimedia professionals, video producers, or just serious gamers, the Edifier R1700BT speakers produce a sound that defies their competitive price.

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If you’re looking for a funky pair of Bluetooth stereo speakers, the Nakamichi NBS 10 could be just what you’re looking for.

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In a world where Bluetooth speaker design is dominated by sharply styled plastic and metal boxes, the August SE50 is a welcome sight.

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Whilst many smartphones have enough storage to keep all your music and films on them, sometimes, it still isn’t enough. This is where the Kingston DataTraveler microDuo flash drive comes in.

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Nakamichi, a name familiar to many people who lusted after their famous tape decks in the 1980’s, is back in the UK with a new wireless speaker. But can it reach the heights of the company’s products past performances?

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The Maxell MXH-BT600E are a lightweight and portable pair of Bluetooth headphones, designed for dynamic and powerful sound, in a compact and comfortable package – but can they really deliver all that?

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