Any Bluetooth wireless speakers that you like?

I'm looking to add sound to the living room in a WAF friendly manner.   Gotta be inconspicuous and no wires showing!

I'm thinking a wireless Bluetooth speaker that I can connect to from tablet or Smartphone running my favorite music apps is the way to go.

Any particular good sounding ones that you have heard?

The retro-styled Marshalls would fit in aesthetically I think.  My wife likes retro!  Maybe the portable model.

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Peachtree just released the Deepblue3 recently. In my humble opinion this is the top “portable” Bluetooth speaker system out there - and for just $399. 

I started with the original version, bought the 2 version upon release, and I just ordered the 3 version even though it doesn’t have WiFi - which they said it was going to add as a feature. C’est la vie. 

I hope they they improved the Bluetooth because I found it to be rather crappy overall, too many dropouts whether it was on my back deck or in my bedroom. I listened to it mostly through my iPod or Astell & Kern portables via the aux jack anyway, so the Bluetooth aspect never really bothered me. 

I loved  the look of the Marshall portables but they simply didn’t come close to my humble ears. 
Hello everyone, Try this I’ve been using this for 8 months. The sound is great and it has wireless fast charger as well. That works fine for my Smartphone. Price is right. Really great product. Don’t think twice, you should buy it. I highly recommended for those who want portable speakers and wireless fast charger.
I liked psychohertz’s both speakers Galilio Speakers and Davinci Speakers, these are Bluetooth speakers and wireless speakers respectively and I really liked this. You should try this one.
Just received the Peachtree Audio Deepblue3...

This is quite different from the 2 - especially with regard to the mids and highs which weren’t bad to begin with. Like the 2 the only tone control is for increasing/decreasing bass output which I prefer at the lowest setting.  This has more than sufficient bass.  

Suggestion:  should anyone buy this do this - attach pieces of Velcro to the remote and unit and keep them together.  The remote is a slip of a thing easily misplaced. 

Admittedly I’ll be using the aux jack to listen to my iPod or Astell & Kern player 99% of the time so I can’t readily comment on the Bluetooth quality.  I wasn’t a fan with the earlier model’s, but I’ll give this a shot just for the hell of it. 

I wish there were a tone control for the treble.  

I have heard Sonos, and a few others.  I so wanted the Marshall because it was so damn cool looking,  but alas, it simply doesn’t compare well to the DB2. 

Me two cents...