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BauXar Marty101 MartyWear Speakers

BauXar Marty101 MartyWear Speakers

We're a mixed lot on speakers — some of us love to have big, powerful speakers hooked up to our work computers, while the rest listen more in their car than in their home. Whatever our differences, we all decided these were badass. The BauXar Marty101 MartyWear Speakers ($400) are absolutely gorgeous, with a built-in amplifier to power the 360-degree sound coming from the mini-plug audio-in. Wood grain on speakers this cool? We're in.

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