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Bluetooth Bookshelf Speakers under $100

papaschtroumpf

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My wife is looking for Bluetooth speakers (that she can connect her phone to) to play music in her hobby room. She has an industrial size sewing machine so it gets loud-ish and the Google Home hockey puck is not cutting it (never really did)
She may use those on each side of computer monitor on a desk, but may also choose to put them on shelves on the wall.
It seems that most units have a cable connecting them, so you are limited to how far apart you can put the speakers, although I suspect they sound better when not too far apart.

I borrowed these from a neighbor, and they would do fine. I do find that they sound better if they are roughly at ear height rather than a low table
Moukey: $100 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08NDKW795/

The Edifiers are also getting good reviews, but the BT model is another $50 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08865JM4N

Anything else in or below the $100 range?
 

MrSquished

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I have the PreSonus 3.5" wired bookshelf speakers that are $99.99 and I am quite impressed for the price. I use them with my desktop PC.

The wireless versions are $139.99 - so just above your budget. As long as the connection is solid, the PreSonus 3.5" were considered a good solid deal for speakers at the $100 price point when I got them a couple years ago. I do think they punch above their price point.

 

smithmarsh34

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I am interested in karaoke under 100. For my son, I am considering purchasing it. Please guide me if you are knowledgeable about it.
 

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