I just got a chance to listen to Monster's forthcoming Katana, a six-speaker, 400-watt (!), Bluetooth system, and it's incredible. A Bluetooth audio system has never sounded better. Monster's new innovations in wireless technology might be the next big thing.
The engineers at Monster have spent a lot of energy fine-tuning its Bluetooth audio processing so that it sounds good, and boy does it show. I listened to a few songs on the new Katana and heard everything that's been missing all along from Bluetooth: details, clarity, a full-range of tones, and deep, convincing bass. It was hard to believe. You see, until now, there haven't been too many Bluetooth speakers worth spending more than $100 on. They're a nice convenience for certain situations, but hardly what you'd want to rely on for your main speaker system if you care at all about sound quality. (Audessy's new Bluetooth computer speakers might be the lone exception).