Updated February 06, 2019 by Daniel Goldstein

The 10 Best Bluetooth Speakers For Audiophiles

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This wiki has been updated 5 times since it was first published in January of 2019. While we can't tell you too much about the future, a prediction we can confidently make is there will be fewer wires than today. With the development of Bluetooth, throngs of audiophiles are hesitantly considering the switch, slowly learning that if you find a high-quality unit, the loss of an audio jack doesn't have to equate with a loss of integrity. Check our top picks to see what we mean. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best bluetooth speaker for audiophiles on Amazon.

10. Peachtree Audio Deepblue3

9. Bluesound Pulse Mini 2i

8. Audioengine HD3

7. Audio Pro Addon C3

6. Audio Pro Addon T20

5. Audioengine A5+

4. Dali Katch

3. Audioengine HD6

2. Edifier S2000 Pro

1. Airpulse A300

Editor's Notes

February 02, 2019:

Bluetooth technology is rapidly improving, and as time goes on, it allows more and more audio information to be transmitted from source to receiver. As a result, sound quality is approaching that of traditional wired systems. Therefore, while the phrase "bluetooth speakers for audiophiles" may sound like an oxymoron, we are fast approaching the promised land of lossless wireless listening. Despite the cantankerous naysayers' reluctance in admitting it, companies like Audioengine are making incredible Bluetooth products, like the HD6, HD3, and A5+. If you've got the money, Edifier's S2000 Pro and Airpulse's A300 are the obvious picks. As for those seeking a portable unit, the Dali Katch is one of the first that seems to have the whole package, including sound clarity, durability, and battery life.

Daniel Goldstein
Last updated on February 06, 2019 by Daniel Goldstein

Daniel is a writer, musician, and frequent traveler with a bachelor’s in creative writing from the State University of New York. In recent years, his writing chops have developed alongside his musical skills, thanks to a rich double life. During the day, he apprenticed with “Rolling Stone” journalist and critic Will Hermes, and when the sun set, he and his NYC-based, four-piece band gigged at high-end venues across the northeastern United States. His affinity for sharing things he's passionate about has culminated in nine years of experience as a music teacher at elementary schools, where he honed his ability to simplify and elucidate concepts to the uninitiated. All considered, he feels most at home writing about instruments, audio electronics and backpacking gear.

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