Sonos Play:3

Find yourself in music streaming nirvana with the Sonos Play:3 ($300). This pint-size powerhouse features three digital amps, two mid-range drivers, a single tweeter, and a bass radiator for exceptional sound, an Ethernet port for connecting it to your network to open a world of music streaming options — including Spotify, Pandora, iTunes, and more — and compatibility with the company's proprietary SonosNet wireless networking. Unfortunately, there's no built-in Wi-Fi, but at least you can control the thing with your phone, tablet, or iPod touch.

  • Pro-Ject RPM 1.3 Genie Turntable

    Whether you're just getting into vinyl or simply looking for a stylish replacement for your aging gear, the Pro-Ject RPM 1.3 Genie Turntable ($500) is a terrific choice. Featuring a strikingly stripped-down design, the Genie will turn heads with its looks, while the quiet running synchronous motor, two-step pulley, resonance-optimized platter, aluminum tonearm, and external power supply combine to deliver ear-pleasing sound. As for taste, smell, and touch, that's up to you.

  • Bowers & Wilkins PM1 Speakers

    Theater-like surround systems are great, but sometimes you just want crisp and pure plain ol' stereo. For those times, a set of standout bookshelfs — like the Bowers & Wilkins PM1 Speakers ($2,800) are just what you need. Sporting the company's all-new Carbon Based Tweeter, mounted inside a Nautilus tapering tube, the PM1s also offer Kevlar cone bass and midrange drivers with new Anti-Resonance Plugs, dual-layer composite cabinets with an internal bracing system, and sound that will have you wishing that all your speakers sounded this good.

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