2020 Top Picks of the Year Wireless Speakers


Wireless Speakers

Top Pick of the Year:

Enclave Audio CineHome PRO Wireless Home Theater System
(September) Read Review

With its easy, app-driven automatic setup, Enclave Audio's CineHome PRO is an excellent option for someone wanting a good-sounding full 5.1 system with a minimum of fuss—and no speaker wires. Our reviewer Rob Sabin summed the CineHome PRO up as "a superb all-in-one 5.1 solution that delivers powerful THX-certified dynamics." $1,600, enclaveaudio.com


Klipsch The Fives Powered Speaker System
(October/November) Read Review

With their retro good looks and ample inputs for connecting everything from a turntable to a TV to a portable device via Bluetooth, Klipsch's powered speakers proved to be an estimable all-in-one solution in our test. $799, klipsch.com

SuicideSquid's picture

It's nice to see a range of pricing across your picks - good to see a mid-range priced bookshelf speaker as your top pick of the year, and a $700 set of B&Ws to sit alongside some of the $5,000 options. It's a lot more helpful to most readers than just leaning hard into the top-end.

The feature set of that Monoprice preamp looks amazing, but am I the only one who thinks it looks ugly as sin? The aesthetics of most of monoprice's gear makes me cringe.

mjmiller715's picture

Couldnt agree more.

I havent heard any of their products other than basic hdmi cables and the like.

I find it hard to believe they can copycat their way into such high quality but maybe im mistaken.

This coming from someone who uses an old anthem receiver that is not the prettiest girl at the party but it does quite well under most conditions.