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Don't Buy wireless and Bluetooth speakers

by Lewis Skinner

Which? Don't Buy speakers sound terrible, can be tricky to set up and use and are particularly light on features. Our reviews reveal the wireless and Bluetooth speakers to avoid.

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What makes a Don't Buy speaker?

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Which? has reviewed the latest wireless and Bluetooth speakers, including models by Bose, LG, Sony and Sonos, to help find the best speaker for you. Our in-depth testing means we can recommend the speakers that offer excellent sound quality, are easy to use and tell you which ones will make a mess of your music.

  • Our lab experts put every speaker through the same set of tests, including sound quality, ease of use, connectivity and advanced features – so you'll know exactly what to expect.
  • We give every speaker a Which? test score so you can immediately see at a glance, which are the best and worst, plus how each model compares in regards to features and specifications.
  • Our tests cover a range of brands, prices and speaker types; including wireless, Bluetooth and multi-room speaker systems.

Our Best Buy speakers deliver great audio regardless of what you are listening to. We also find plenty of speakers that fall short in our tests - from big brand names with small sound to stylish models that put form over function.

To find out which speakers are Don’t Buys and which are Best Buys, join Which? today.