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Bookshelf speakers is a category known today more as small speakers as there are so many new form factors that loudspeakers can meet. In the world of home theater there are round speakers, pencil-thin speakers, wireless speakers, paper-thin speakers and beyond. For those looking for speakers that aren't parked on the floor - you've found the right page here on HomeTheaterReview.com. For an entire catalog of small audiophile speakers and or bookshelf monitors - check out our bookshelf speaker archive.

Onkyo Unveils Atmos Home-Theater-in-a-Box

Onkyo Unveils Atmos Home-Theater-in-a-Box

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We've seen a lot of announcements lately about upcoming Dolby Atmos-enabled AV receivers. Now Onkyo has announced its first Dolby Atmos home-theater-in-a-box and Atmos-ready speakers (amongst other new product announcements). These lower-priced options may be perfect for those who are... Read More

 
Integra Receivers To Support Dolby Atmos

Integra Receivers To Support Dolby Atmos

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In a move that seems to happening throught the industry Integra have now announced that their upcoming receivers will support Dolby Atmos. Atmos, which features dozens of speakers covering not just the walls but the ceiling of a theater, debut... Read More

 
Three New MartinLogan Speakers

Three New MartinLogan Speakers

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MartinLogan has three new speakers that will be available soon- the Motion 60XT, Motion 50XT and Motion 35XT. All feature MartinLogan's Folded Motion XT tweeters and come in the ever-popular piano black finish. From MartinLoganMartinLogan, the world's leader in electrostatic... Read More

 
Logitech Introduces X300 Mobile Speaker

Logitech Introduces X300 Mobile Speaker

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Another day, another wireless speaker, it seems. This time its Logitech, with a Bluetooth enabled speaker that can go as far as 30 feet from its source. There is a built-in battery that lasts five hours and can be recharged... Read More

 
Polk's Stylish New Desktop Speakers

Polk's Stylish New Desktop Speakers

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Polk Audio has been around over 40 years now and they claim that their new Hampden speakers took them that long to make. Unusually elegant and old-school for desktop speakers, they boast Bluetooth wireless and are supposedly capable of being... Read More

 
Pioneer Launches Atmos Speaker System

Pioneer Launches Atmos Speaker System

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As with several other companies lately, Pioneer is announcing the launch of new products that bring Dolby Atmos technology home. Oddly, the 5.1 system doesn't feature Atmos' trademark overhead speakers, but rather a extra top-facing speaker on the top of... Read More

 
Denon Introduces HEOS Wireless Speakers

Denon Introduces HEOS Wireless Speakers

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It seems like every company is coming out with wireless speakers these days to make it easier to fill our homes with music. Denon is no exception, introdcuing its multi-room sound system, HEOS. The HEOS line includes three music players... Read More

 
M1 Speaker To Simplify Home Automation

M1 Speaker To Simplify Home Automation

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Nepsu claims to have developed a new speaker that will simplify the process of home automation. The M1's are Bluetooth 4.0 enabled and can be placed throughout any home. The triangular shape is also well-suited to placement in corners. From... Read More

 
Onkyo Brings Dolby Atmos Home

Onkyo Brings Dolby Atmos Home

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Dolby Atmos, the enveloping sound system featuring over fifty speakers that debuted in theaters a while back, is coming home courtesy of Onkyo. Getting the most out of Atmos means adding a couple of overhead speakers to your existing setup.... Read More

 
Sony Introduces Two New Portable Speakers

Sony Introduces Two New Portable Speakers

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A few new contenders have come into the ever-growing wireless speaker market. Sony introduced two new wireless speakers, the SRS-X2 and the SRS-X3. The speakers cost either $100 or $150, making them affordable options for those looking to get a... Read More