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Which wireless speakers to buy?

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#1 Malik1986


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Posted 18 April 2014 - 06:22 AM

I need wireless speakers to use at home with the laptop
I limited my choice to two options:
1) Any good speakers + a receiver that connects to SPEAKERS Like "Logitech Wireless Speaker Adaptor for Bluetooth Audio Devices"
+ I like that my laptop won't have anything plugged into it - i can move around with it around the house
- Is quality going to be horrible?
2) Buy speakers that come with the receiver that connects to LAPTOP 
+ Speakers will use some it's own wifi , that should be better than Bluetooth
- I have adaptor connected to my laptop/Android(mobile phone)
-Seems to me that adaptor needs a power supply ...
3) I really like these speakers http://www.amazon.co.uk/Bowers-Wilkins-stereo-Speakers-Stereo/dp/B003II3BM0 , but looks like they are only USB (no 3.5mm). Is there any receiver adaptor for such speakers like in option 1? All the adaptors I came across they use3 .5 mm plug, so looks like I won't be able to connect these speakers wireless if I need to? Maybe there are some options I'm not aware of? Is 3.5 better than USB for sound (usb doesn't look like a popular option)?

Edited by Malik1986, 18 April 2014 - 06:33 AM.

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#2 Kilroy


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Posted 18 April 2014 - 03:01 PM

I'd go with a Bluetooth option.  Find a set of speakers that have decent reviews and go with them.  I've got a Marley Chant for when I travel and numerous other Bluetooth receivers and speakers for different things.  I have a clock radio in the bedroom, a receiver with RCA jacks attached to my stereo, a receiver to .5mm for the car.

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