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Bose 3·2·1 GSX DVD Entertainment System

Bose 3·2·1 GSX DVD Entertainment System

You cranky audiophiles out there can say what you want about Bose, but we've always thought their gear was top notch — especially their two-speaker 3·2·1 systems which deliver the theater-like sound of a five-speaker setup. The new 3·2·1 GSX DVD system ($1700) keeps the same simple setup, surprising sound and easy DVD playback options as past 3·2·1 systems, but adds the ability to also digitally store and organize up to
200 hours of your favorite CDs — without
the help of a computer.

  • Polk Audio I-Sonic

    If you're a fan of analog radio, then Polk Audio's new I-Sonic ($600, available in September) should be on your Christmas list this year. The compact system offers HD Radio technology for static-free reception — AM sounds as good as FM, and FM sounds like a CD. The I-Sonic also Plays DVDs, CDs, Picture CDs, Video CDs and MP3 CDs, and is XM Satellite Radio ready. It has an auxiliary input for your iPod, a dual-alarm clock radio, and 30 radio presets. And since it's Polk, rest assured the compact system will offer rich, room-filling sound and tight bass.

  • Denon AVR-4806 Home Theater Receiver

    As more and more of our front rooms move to HD, more and more of our video sources will too — just look at the next generation of video game systems — and the AVR-4806 by Denon ($3500) is ready to handle all of them. The beast boasts switching for composite, component, DVI, HDMI, and S Video, is THX Ultra2 Certified and can handle audio in all of these formats: THX Surround EX, dts Extended Surround Discrete 6.1, dts ES Matrix 6.1, dts Neo:6 Cinema & Music Matrix, Dolby Digital EX, Dolby Pro Logic IIx, Dolby Headphone, dts, Ultra2 7.1 Cinema and Music modes, and Lucasfilm Home THX Cinema 4.0, 5.1 and 6.1ES. Whew. If that’s not enough for you, check out the pic of the back side after the jump. [Thanks, Ted]