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Yantouch IceDiamond+ Bluetooth Speaker Quick Look: The Light Show Goes On The Road

A little over a year ago, I reviewed the Yantouch BlackDiamond3, a visually appealing speaker that makes a show of the music thanks to its 16,000-color LED lights. While a decent little speaker, it had a few downsides – namely the lack of a battery and unsatisfying low end. The company is now back with the speaker's successor, the Diamond+ ($150), which fixes at least one of those issues.

This model comes in two different colors – white or black – with each one being appropriately named (IceDiamond or BlackDiamond). I'm reviewing the white one, but aside from color, they should be identical.

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Outdoor Tech Turtle Shell 2.0 Review: Speaker In A Half Shell, Turtle Power

As time goes on, Bluetooth speakers are becoming more useful and less fragile. That makes sense, because who wants to worry about breaking something that's meant to be taken basically everywhere? I'll tell you who: no one. No one wants to worry about that.

The most recent feature to hit many Bluetooth speakers (aside from increased durability) is a splash-proof coating. The UE BOOM has it. The Braven 855s has it. Some others have it, including Outdoor Tech's newest entry to the market, the Turtle Shell 2.0 ($130). In fact, it's IPX-6 dust-proof and water resistant, so it can go to the beach and survive all the elements.

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Logitech Z600 Bluetooth Speakers Review: Excellent Design, Good Sound

Most of the Bluetooth speakers that we review here at AP fall into the portable category (with the exception of this one). Since portability isn't a requisite on everyone's "I need this in a Bluetooth speaker" list and some users may just want a standard set of wireless speakers for the desk, we decided to venture out and take a look at Logitech's sexy new Z600 desktop Bluetooth speakers ($150, Logitech). What makes this set unique is that it can pair with and connect to three device simultaneously, making it extremely easy to pull audio from multiple devices – simply pause one and hit play on the next.

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