Brent said: “. . . its sound quality, while pretty good and generally enjoyable, isn’t competitive with the best wireless speakers in these ranges of price and size.”
The gist: All good up to the point of sound quality.
Al said: This is among the best, if not the best, all-in-one Wi-Fi speakers I’ve tested, with a detailed, effortless, natural sound that goes far beyond the boundaries of its single cabinet to create a convincing stereo soundstage with music.
The gist: The highest of high-end all-in-ones.
Al said: With the arrival of the Discovery Z3, we have yet another reason to keep paying attention to Elac.
The gist: Roon endpoint with good looks and above-average sound for an all-in-one.
Rad said: Let’s praise the Mondo+ for what it is: a superb, fun-to-use Internet radio with enough options to last a lifetime, and new ones being added via Wi-Fi at a rapid pace.
The gist: Just another good Wi-Fi radio among many.
Al said: If you’re looking for a compact speaker with room-filling sound, and the ability to answer your questions and do what you tell it to, the Link 500 could be an excellent fit.
The gist: Would you like good sound with your digital assistant?
Al said: If you want a Wi-Fi speaker that can also play LPs and has a cool, vintage look, look no further than the Three.
The gist: Maybe not a mini Klipschorn, but a real Klipsch nonetheless.