Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. Bluetooth speakers are taking over the world, which is fine, because we all love the convenience of that wireless streaming. However, there's also an issue: Most Bluetooth speakers are pill-shaped, plastic, spaceship looking gadgets -- which certainly doesn't match every home's aesthetic. If you're looking for the classiest Bluetooth speaker you've ever seen, look no further: Amazon is running a lightning deal on the refurbished Klipsch Heritage Wireless Speaker, and it's about to make your guests think you're fancy AF.
Number of speakers: 2.1 Input: USB, 3.5mm cable Subwoofer included: Yes Number of speakers: 2.1 Input: USB, 3.5mm cable Subwoofer included: Yes Most computer speakers follow a pretty straightforward setup - two speakers and a subwoofer. But just because the speakers you may want are straightforward in setup doesn't meant you have to skimp on the power. That's where Klipsch comes in. Klipsch is one of the oldest speaker companies -- they started back in 1946. Today, they make high-quality speakers for everything from TVs to stereo systems, and, of course, computers.
When it comes to choosing between headphone models, there is a lot of similarity in features and functionality. A lot of times comfort and overall design differentiate one company's product over another and Klipsch is hoping to do just that with its Heritage line. The headphones use machined copper, leather and wood to give the headphones a high-end look the company says embodies the craftmanship of its acclaimed loudspeakers. As you might expect, Klipsch is promising audiophile-grade sound quality here with attention to clarity and the more subtle audio details. Biocellulose drivers and free-edge diaphragms with the wood construction means the headphones work more like freestanding speakers than regular ol' plastic headphones.
The Sonos One has all the benefits of an Echo dot, with the power of an incredible speaker. If you make a purchase by clicking one of our links, we may earn a small share of the revenue. However, our picks and opinions are independent from USA Today's newsroom and any business incentives. Listen up, folks, because I'm about to tell you about a sale that's so hard to come by, I liken it to finding money on the street. Right now until midnight tonight, you can get the first generation Sonos One speaker on B&H for just $144.95, which is by far the lowest price we've ever seen it available for.
Ever since Sonos speakers started working with Amazon's Alexa, the company has promised that it would eventually support Google Assistant as well. Well, after announcing that the Google Assistant would arrive in 2018, the company is now delaying that launch until next year. Sonos says in a press release that it needs "a bit more time to get the experience right" and is looking to get a concrete date set for 2019. It's disappointing but not terribly surprising, as Sonos has been extremely tight-lipped on the Google Assistant for months now. There is at least some movement, though: Sonos plans to start a private beta very soon; users can sign up to be considered here.