Excerpt: The Sound Blaster Wireless for iTunes consists of a small USB transmitter, which looks like a memory stick and plugs into your computer in the same way, as well as a receiver unit that connects to your amplifier using stereo analogue cables. The two synchronise as soon as they're turned on, at which point you simply open iTunes, play a track and, hey presto: music emerges from your hi-fi system. Unfortunately, this music doesn't sound brilliant.
Pros: Affordable, good synchronisation, build, great range, optional extras
Excerpt: Most people who have large collections of music stored on a home computer would benefit from some sort of streaming solution to send their favourites tunes around the home, but many of the excellent solutions on offer from Philips and Logitech, among others, can be rather expensive.
Pros: Good streaming performance, excellent audio quality, very easy to set-up and use
Cons: Limited control over playback via the receiver, must tweak audio devices manually via the OS, rather expensive considering capable rivals