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Looking for small desktop stereo bluetooth speakers

Small stereo bluetooth speakers for a desktop computer may not exactly be the audiophile's craving, but that's what I'm looking for. So far I've used Creative T12 Wireless speakers, which were the only ones I could find in the local consumer electronics market. OK for occasional listening, but: Might there be something a little more hifi out there?
Googling was not very helpful because I either find portable speakers like the JBL Flip or speakers that are way too large or massive sets with separate subwoofers, all of which I don't want.
Does anyone have a hint?

 

Re: Looking for small desktop stereo bluetooth speakers

Reply #1
Audio Pro makes a range of speakers with various wireless connections, including Bluetooth. Both portable single units (with/without batteries) and bookshelf/floorstanding models.

https://us.audiopro.com

I had the Addon T3 for a while, and was quite impressed by the sound quality from such a small speaker. The general build quality and finish was very nice as well.

Audioengine are also quite good in this segment. I had a set of their earlier speakers for a while, and quite liked them.

https://audioengineusa.com/

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Reply #2
Thanks a lot.
The Addon T3 would be a single unit boombox I don't want.
The Audioengine HD3 look good and seem small enough, but I was hoping to spend no more than 200 Euros.

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Reply #3
I have a pair of iLoud micro monitors and am very happy with them. I can't remember what I paid exactly but they were not far off your budget as i got an amazon warehouse deal. Tiny boxes, bluetooth and no sub required.  :D

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Reply #4
I took a closer look at the Wavermaster Cube Mini Neo, especially since they can also be used with a cable if Bluetooth turned out to be not the best solution for my needs.

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Reply #5
Thanks, iLoud micro monitors and Cube Mini Neo look good!

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Reply #6
A pair of MIFA A1 Outdoor Wireless Speakers would be good cheap alternative (2x $17.99) probably?

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Reply #7
I've eyed those iLoud monitors before, but I just can't get past the terrible branding, and printed huge on the side no less. What is this, 2003?

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Reply #8
Why do you want wireless speakers for a desktop computer? Do you need to frequently move the speakers away from the computer, or do you just prefer not to use wires?

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Reply #9
a. Is the 'many speakers can talk to each other to stay in sync' the usual thing with this bluetooth tech?
b. If a=true, if there are exactly two speakers can one be L and the other R?
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