Top 5 Wireless Speakers, Get Them While They’re Hot

Top 5 Wireless Speakers, Get Them While They're Hot
Top 5 Wireless Speakers, Get Them While They're Hot
Top 5 Wireless Speakers, Get Them While They’re Hot

If you are the type of person who hates wires looming in the distance, hanging from walls, and spanning across your ceiling, but just loves the hi fidelity sound of a great speaker setup. Then what you need is the loudest set of wireless speakers you can get your hands on, and not just loud wireless speakers, but quality sounding professional audiophile approved devices.
Lucky for you I’m like you, and I’ve already done some research on the subject. While I may not be able to afford to buy them all, they sure make me drool, so lets get right down to it shall we?

First On My List Of The Top 5 Loudest Wireless Speakers, The Zikmu Wireless Speaker System.

When you think of wireless speakers the design of these isn’t exactly the first thing that comes to mind, but these small speakers actually pack one hell of a punch. Each speaker has a 70W dedicated power supply and a slim, sleek design.

You can place these wireless speakers nearly anywhere around your house. – within 50 feet – In the words of designer Philippe Starck of the Zikmu (2009) “What we designed is not a loudspeaker. What we designed is vibrating air.” Vibrating air is indeed in good form when considering the size of these wireless speakers in comparison to the sound output. It’s just a shame these wireless speakers will run you $1,600, otherwise they look fantastic.

Second On My List Of The Top 5 Loudest Wireless Speakers, The Bose® – SoundLink® Wireless Music System.

Bose is a name brand in the manufacture of speakers, so it’s no surprise that they have entered the wireless speaker market with their entry level wireless speaker system starting at $549. Bose is known for their quality manufacturing, and high fidelity audio, thus making this one of the top 5, despite the high price. Bose never boasts their speakers wattage, because they believe that their speakers sound speaks for itself, and that there is more to audio then just pure raw power.

Third On My List Of The Top 5 Loudest Wireless Speakers, The Phonic Performer A520.

This wireless speaker set will not only get you going fast, but get you going loud, boasting 80 watts RMS per speaker in a 2 speaker stereo configuration, and capable of spanning up to 100 ft between speakers, while still retaining a very crisp clear sound.

The only problem with these speakers is that they are kind of bulky and ugly. However since they are wireless you can easily hide them out of sight on a high bookshelf or some other remote place where eyes are less likely to wander. Compared to my number one on this list, this wireless speaker set is a steal at just $300.

Fourth On My List Of The Top 5 Loudest Wireless Speakers, Rocketfish™ – Digital Wireless Speakers.

If your looking for a relatively cheap wireless setup, with little to no power, that you can run around your house carrying. Then this wireless speaker set is perfect for you, each speaker is no larger then the palm of your hand. While these speakers don’t pack much of a punch they are likely the smallest wireless speakers you can get for $100 or less.

Fifth On My List Of The Top 5 Loudest Wireless Speakers, The V7 2.1.

If your looking for a sleeker design though not all that pretty, this wireless speaker set is just what you need. While this wireless speaker set has a much smaller form factor then number two above, it’s not very high quality audio.

The V7 only reaches RMS watts in the range of 17 to 20, so don’t expect a whole lot of noise out of these wireless speakers. This wireless speaker set sells for only $30 making it a bargain shoppers dream for a less cluttered wireless speaker configuration in the home. The only reason this set makes my list is because it’s so cheap, and value is a strong determining factor in our current economy.

Conclusion,

While any old wireless speaker set can give you some music these are the best of the best, in my opinion. These wireless speakers give you plenty of value for your money, and aren’t likely to let you down any time soon.