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Bonafide Bluetooth stereo separation. These speakers come as a set and offer quick setup and nice portability. Can be paired with everything from an HDTV to a smartphone.

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Sound is just okay and streaming was not entirely glitch-free. You can only pair one device at a time with the speakers.

Two is always better than one, right? Two steaks at dinner, two sports cars in the garage, two passes to the Rolling Stones’ farewell concert — at least until their next farewell tour.

With wireless speakers, having a left and right channel makes sense. You can place them a set distance apart — say, four to six feet — to achieve the intended stereo experience your music was mixed for.

The Supertooth Disco Twin speakers let you do just this. You can stream from any Bluetooth-enabled device or connect with a 3.5mm audio jack. The portable speakers last about 10 hours per charge at normal volume, or about three to four hours at max volume.

While the quality of the audio stream isn’t going to make Polk Audio or Sonos nervous, the Disco Twin offers passable stereo sound, handy portability, and a unique design. Supertooth makes a high-quality speakerphone for the car that does a great job picking up your voice, even with a lot of background noise. They’ve

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