Wireless systems are a technology that seem to get better every year. We've gone from Bluetooth to Wi-Fi, from MP3s to high-resolution audio, in less than a decade. While there are still arenas, like home theater, which haven't quite managed to be fully wireless yet, it's still one of the fastest-growing markets around. If you've ever thought about kitting out your home with multiroom audio, or picking up a Bluetooth speaker to take to the beach with you, this is where you need to be.

We've broken it all down for you, including not only roundups of the best wireless gear available, but also full guides on how to get started. We're always adding more pieces - not that we have a choice, given how fast this is all happening.

Best Wireless Headphones of 2017

Best Wireless Headphones of 2017

Until quite recently, if you considered yourself serious about your audio, you might have been right for dismissing wireless headphones as just a statement for the fashion-conscious.
Best Wireless Speakers of 2017

Best Wireless Speakers of 2017

Wireless speaker systems are the bomb. Gone are the days of crawling around on your ceiling threading speaker wires. No longer do you have to have DIY experience just to listen to some Metallica in the kitchen. Everything is wireless now.
Tabletop Radio

Best Tabletop Radios of 2017

At a time when audio equipment is geared towards the future, when wireless speakers, phone docks and surround sound are ubiquitous, you might think that the humble tabletop radio is extinct. Not even close.
Best Wireless Routers of 2017

Best Wireless Routers of 2017

The wireless router is the crux of many a home’s home network. Wireless routers come in a number of flavors now, so here’s your quick primer...
Audioengine HD3

Review: Audioengine HD3

It’s hard not to be enamoured with Audioengine. They make some of the most enjoyable speakers available, from the superlative A5+ powered speakers to the thundering S8 subwoofer. And they've really turned heads with the HD3.
Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless

Review: Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless

The wireless headphones market is getting pretty crowded these days. Ever since Apple dropped the stink bomb about removing the headphone jack from the new iPhone models, manufacturers have been falling over themselves to issue Bluetooth headsets.

Review: Polk Audio Omni S2

We really, really wanted to like the Polk Audio Omni S2. It kind of hurts writing that. Criticising a bad audio product is easy. It’s plain to see when shortcuts have been taken with production, when materials or build aren’t up to scratch...
Raumfeld One-S

Review: Raumfeld One S

You’ve got to have pretty big ambitions to compete with SONOS in the wireless speaker market. That company’s already got most of the action sewn up, and with good reason, but that hasn’t stopped others from trying to get some.
SONOS PLAY:5

Review: SONOS PLAY:5

In recent years, wireless audio tech has become the one of the hottest places for companies to be. Denon, Definitive Technology and SONOS all offer high quality audio experiences, but it’s the latter who are leading the charge.

Review: SONOS PLAY:3

There are very few speakers that ask you to perform an interpretive dance before you can use them. But the SONOS PLAY:3 boldly delves into this new territory...
UE Megaboom

Review: UE Megaboom

Ultimate Ears say that their Megaboom speaker “can be immersed in liquid up to 1m for up to 30 minutes.” At The Master Switch, we have only one response to this: Challenge accepted.
UE Roll 2

Review: UE Roll 2

The tech we review is often classy, usually sleek, occasionally drop dead gorgeous. But very rarely does it invoke a sense of glee, or surprise. The UE Roll 2 does both, in spectacular fashion.
Wired Vs Wireless Speakers

Wired Vs Wireless Speakers

Wireless speakers have become the quiet juggernaut of the audio industry. Ever since features like Bluetooth and WiFi became commonplace, manufacturers have been tinkering, slowly freeing us from the chaos of wires and ceiling speakers.
Here Earbuds

Rant: This is how you do a product website

The Here Earbuds are one of the most genuinely clever products I’ve ever seen. I’m not here to talk about the earbuds, though. I’m here to talk about their website.
Speaker wires

New Tech: Wireless Home Theater

Anybody who’s spent a bit of time messing around with home theater will be able to come back with one solid conclusion: wires suck. The problem is, wireless systems kind of suck too...
Silk Sense

New Tech: Connected Audio

For an industry so stressed with technological progress, you would have thought that companies like Klipsch and Yamaha and Sony would have started making it easier for us to control the audio in our homes.
SOUNDBOKS

New Tech: Four Great Kickstarter Audio Projects

The A/V industry is dominated by big, important names: Sony, Yamaha, Klipsch. The established companies churn out the majority of new equipment every year, and it's often difficult for smaller companies to get a look in.