Looking for a “hi-fi” Bluetooth speaker.

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yepimonfire

Audioholic Samurai
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362 13 5
#1
Size is not an issue, but it needs to be battery powered and preferably one piece. Does something with relatively accurate sound quality like this exist?


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Audioholic Warlord
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2,512 8 4
#2
Size is not an issue, but it needs to be battery powered and preferably one piece. Does something with relatively accurate sound quality like this exist?


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The only ones I can think of quickly are Denon's HEOS 1 and SoundCast- SoundCast would be the larger one and the site shows several models, some of which are called 'Legacy' because they're the original ones. The battery life was very good and I liked the sound. I wouldn't necessarily sit and listen critically, but they did sound very good.

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MR.MAGOO

MR.MAGOO

Senior Audioholic
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218 9 7
#3
I have the Cambridge Audio Minx GO, but it's a mono bluetooth portable speaker, I think they've upgraded it. Bowers & Wilkins had something called Zeppelin.
 
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David cook

Audioholic Intern
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1
#5
Brent didn't include the Harmon Kardon Onyx 4 in his review. It has an aux input for wifi and is Bluetooth. Several of my friends and I have purchased them for a google home wifi setup and feel we've picked the best. They can be purchased on Amazon or online walmart for about $150. Pair 2 of them in the same room and you won' be disappointed. Yes they're portable as well.
 
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KenM10759

Audioholic Field Marshall
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646 7 1
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