What are the best Bluetooth bookshelf speakers?

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    #1Edifier S1000DB

    Edifier S1000DB
    Edifier S1000DB are a pair of speakerphones that is suitable for PCs and game consoles. It comes with built-in Bluetooth 4.0 connection, optical and coaxial inputs and 5.5-inch subwoofer for better bass response. 

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    Howard Holmes
    Written on February 6, 2019
    "One of the best Bluetooth bookshelf speakers that you can buy at this price. They are one of the most natural and balanced pairs of speakers that I have listened to out of all of Edifier speakers that I have tried so far (R1700BT, R1280T) with no frequency bleeding into another or overpowering them. This level of sound quality belongs to something double its price so this is definitely a steal for anyone interested in picking these up. Instant Recommendation."
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    #2Audioengine HD3

    Audioengine HD3

    Audioengine HD3 is a wireless speaker that uses Bluetooth technology with apt-X and has a built-in 24-bit DAC.  It includes input like RCS, USB, and mini-jack and custom Kevlar woofers and silk tweeters.


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    Walter Perkins
    Written on February 6, 2019
    "Think of this as a souped-up version of the company's A2+ with Bluetooth functionality, logical front-mounted volume control knob, a better DAC, and a grill. All of this is in a package that is about an inch smaller than the A2+. The sound is also quite similar to the A2+ that even carries over through a Bluetooth signal. Wireless audio has come a long way and its a good time to be into this hobby. Check these out when you can."
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    #3Klipsch R-51PM

    Klipsch R-51PM

    The Klipsch R-51PM are powered Bluetooth bookshelf speakers featuring 1" Aluminum LTS tweeters and Dual 5.25" Spun-Copper IMG Woofers with Bass-Reflex via Rear-Firing Port. It also has a built-in custom tuned All-Digital Amplifier.


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    Xiang Qiao
    Written on February 6, 2019
    "I was initially planning to get the smaller R-41 model but for these instead. No regrets whatsoever. These sound fantastic and gets pretty loud. Audio through Bluetooth sounds just as good. I can hear things clearly even two rooms away. I listen to all kinds of music genres and these handled all of them well. I might get a subwoofer for these in the future but for now, I am happy with this purchase very much."
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    #4Edifier R1700BT

    Edifier R1700BT

    The Edifier R1700BT are active Bluetooth enabled bookshelf speakers with a 4-inch driver and 19 mm silk dome and 3.5mm headphone jack or dual RCA inputs. It's built with high-quality MDF wood build finished with walnut wood effect.


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    Ye Wu
    Written on February 6, 2019
    "These are outstanding speakers for the price and considering they have Bluetooth functionality built-in, make the whole deal that much sweeter. I personally like my sound a little bit towards the brighter side without having to sacrifice good bass and these meet my criteria spot on. Great clarity with a good amount of low-end thump that even sounds through at lower volumes. All of this in a classy and sophisticated looking cabinet."
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    #5Polk Audio T15

    Polk Audio T15

    Polk Audio T15 are bookshelf speakers featuring a 1" tweeter and a 5.25" Driver, engineered with the proprietary Dynamic Balance technology. Designed to produce a natural, well-balanced yet punchy sound with bass even at the lowest frequencies.


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    Charles Campbell
    Written on February 6, 2019
    "When compared to the higher model S15, you get about the same performance for around half the price. The S15s are better, yes, but not by a wide margin as what you would normally expect for a set twice its price. The smaller size also means it's a little easier to set up and move around. I'd say get these over the S15s and possibly get a sub or even an amp if you would like to go that route in the future."
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    #6Mackie CR5BT

    Mackie CR5BT

    The Mackie CR5BT are a pair of active Bluetooth-enabled studio monitors that come with either 4 or 5-inch driver configuration with a maximum output of 50 Watts. It has RCA inputs and front-mounted headphone out and volume knob/power switch combo.


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    Kevin Ruiz
    Written on February 6, 2019
    "These are being marketed as Studio Monitors and in that regard, they perform well, mostly. They are not completely flat and has some bass/mid-bass hump. It's not too much but it is noticeable especially if you really want a faithful representation of your music. It's not a deal-breaker, just putting it out there. For general use such for music, movies, and gaming, these perform really well and the same goes for its Bluetooth performance. Treat them as normal speakers and you have a really great set that is well priced even if you go for the 5" version."
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    #7Sony SSCS5

    Sony SSCS5

    The Sony SSCS5 are 3-way, 3-speaker bass-reflex system, 5-1/4" Foamed-Mica Cellular Reinforced Woofer, 1" Polyester Main Tweeter 3/4" Sony Super Tweeter for immersive sound staging.


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    Chen Cui
    Written on February 6, 2019
    "Having no prior knowledge or done any research, I took the plunge and bought these when there were on sale under 100. I have to say, these sound amazing for what I paid for them. I am no audiophile but I prefer clarity and some airiness to my sound than room-shaking bass and these did not disappoint at all. These sound really clear and spacious with minute details pushing through. I plan on buying a sub for these (not sure yet) but for now, I am having so much fun with these."
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    #8Edifier R1280DB

    Edifier R1280DB
    The Edifier R1280db-black is a wireless speaker for PC, Android, iPhone, and Mac that uses Bluetooth technology. It includes a 4-inch bass and 13 mm silk dome tweeter and digital inputs to enable lossless connection to most TV and computers.

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    Bobby Hayes
    Written on February 6, 2019
    "A comparison with the higher modeled R1700BT is inevitable so here are my two cents. I own both and as far as sound is concerned, they are close, it's just that the 1700s are brighter sounding and has some sound processing to help it push bass a bit even at lower volumes. The R1280DB are more warmer-sounding which is not necessarily a bad thing as other people prefer this type of sound as it's less fatiguing. Sound through Bluetooth is impressive on both. I still personally prefer the 1700s but I will be converting to living room duties for my family."


Best What are the best Bluetooth bookshelf speakers
1Edifier S1000DB Electronics 20 Paid
2Audioengine HD3Electronics 15 Paid
3Klipsch R-51PMElectronics 7 Paid
4Edifier R1700BTElectronics 3 Paid
5Polk Audio T15Electronics 2 Paid
6Mackie CR5BTElectronics 2 Paid
7Sony SSCS5Electronics 2 Paid
8Edifier R1280DBElectronics 1 Paid

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