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Audyssey Lower East Side Speakers

Inspired by the NYC neighborhood of the same name, these new Audyssey Lower East Side Speakers ($200) promise to deliver high-quality, room-filling sound from your computer, TV, iPhone, or anything else you want to connect. Thanks to .75-inch silk-dome tweeters, 3.5-inch woofers, 4-inch passive bass radiators, and Audyssey Smart Speaker digital technology, they produce sound that belies their diminutive size, while a digital optical input, 3.5mm input, and headphone jack take care of any connections you might want to make, and a front-mounted volume control lets you take the decibel level from library to lounge with the turn of a dial.

  • Sound Freaq Sound Platform

    Got a thing for the monolith from 2001? The Sound Freaq Sound Platform ($200) comes pretty close. This versatile speaker offers up Bluetooth, an iPod/iPhone Dock, an aux in port, and an FM radio, giving you plenty of sources to choose from — whether you're using the IR or App-based remote — while two 2.75-inch full-range drivers, dual chamber ports, and UQ3 digital sound processing keep everything sounding great, no sentient computer-based being necessary.

  • TDK Sound Cube

    Portable audio systems are great, but most aren't the kind of thing you want to be seen carrying around. Thankfully, that's not a problem with the TDK Sound Cube ($300). Packing 20 Watts of output power and two 5.25-inch coaxial drivers into a stylish box, the Sound Cube offers iCompatible USB, 3.5mm, and auxiliary inputs for connecting a variety of audio sources, and also let you jam along if you like by plugging in a guitar or mic. The only bummer? It's gonna need a standard power source, unless you like the idea of lugging the Cube and 12 D batteries around all day.