Best Spotify Accessories in 2022

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Spotify is a great app that unlocks access to millions of songs, podcasts, and more, so you're going to want the best gadgets to take advantage of it all. Whether you just use it for casual home listening to if you want to create travel playlists for an upcoming road trip, we've rounded up some of our favorite Spotify accessories.

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Spotify offers millions of songs and podcasts for you to listen to. With so many options, you're going to want a great way to listen, whether you want a speaker, a pair of headphones, or a mount to ensure car-listening is easy and hands-free.

Amid dozens of capable home speakers, Sonos One stands out as a top pick in 2019. The killer speaker fits into a compact desktop can, slotting perfecting into any living room or office. Its small footprint also leaves room for Class-D amplifiers and custom drivers aiding its far-reaching, vibrant output. Topped with a roster of smart features, Amazon Alexa assistant integration elevates the Sonos One with voice controls and app support. Sonos remains the king of intelligent speakers, delivering unmatched value for the home.

Spotify subscribers on a tighter budget can save on audio accessories, delivering powerful audio below $100. The COWIN E7 PRO noise-canceling headphones offer a broad soundscape with noise cancellation, securing savings with fewer compromises against top-tier models. The Anker SoundCore 2 portable speaker also promises low-cost audio, ideal for sharing music in the great outdoors.

Matt Brown

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