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Timbre Speakers

You spend enough time at your desk that you care about what everything on it looks like, or you at least should care. That's why you need a set of Timbre Speakers ($125) — they're the ideal combination of attractive design and fantastic sound to please audiophiles and design freaks alike. Machined from a single piece of solid alder wood and stainless steel, they have a long-lasting construction that actually contributes to the sound. The stainless steel sheet along the front acts as the diaphragm and suspension of the speaker, thanks to an attached voice coil. This results in a full sound across the entire range that's perfect for whatever music helps you make you tackle that to-do list.

  • Marshall Stanmore Speaker

    Get the classic look and sound of a Marshall amplifier and the connectivity of a modern speaker system with the Marshall Stanmore Speaker ($400). These retro jam boxes feature Bluetooth connectivity, a gold coiled 3.5 millimeter cable, an RCA input, and an optical input — so you can play just about any device through them, including your record player, smartphone, or Apple TV. Two 3/4 inch dome tweeters, a five and a quarter inch woofer, controls for bass, treble, and volume give you some of the best sound you've heard from a speaker set of this size.

  • Harman Kardon Onyx Speaker

    Your music doesn't live on just one device anymore, so you need an audio solution that takes the portability of your media library seriously — something like the Harman Kardon Onyx Speaker ($500). This wireless speaker system was made with connectivity in mind, including Bluetooth with NFC, Airplay for Mac and iOS, DLNA for Android, Windows, and other Harman Kardon devices, as well as an auxiliary input for less capable devices. With two three-inch woofers and two three-quarter-inch tweeters, wireless audio doesn't mean you end up with sub-par sound.