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Bose SoundDock 10

Bose SoundDock 10

Fill even the largest room with music from your iPod or iPhone with the Bose SoundDock 10 ($600). Featuring twin "Twidders" to handle the mids and highs, a hefty, rear-firing subwoofer hidden inside the 19-pound enclosure, and a simple, clean design, the SoundDock 10 also sports an interchangeable dock system, letting you switch out the included iPod/iPhone dock for a Bluetooth receiver for complete wireless control over the entertainment.

  • Bose SoundLink

    Listen to your iTunes, Pandora, or any other computer-based audio source anywhere in your home with the Bose SoundLink ($550; August 27). The SoundLink connects to your computer using a USB dongle, which then streams any audio you like to a powerful and compact portable speaker. A rechargeable battery keeps the music playing away from outlets, and thanks to the included remote control, you can skip tracks or pause the music without making a trip back to the computer.

  • Yamaha NeoHD

    It might not be the all-in-one home theater box of your dreams, but the new Yamaha NeoHD ($600-$800) is certainly a step in the right direction. This streamlined receiver features three HDMI, two component, one composite, and both optical and digital audio inputs for hooking up your gear, along with an on-screen menu system — no more silly front panel LEDs — to control it all via a simplified remote. It also packs a 5.1-capable amp for powering speakers of your choice, IR blasters for controlling all the connected gadgets, and Wi-Fi in the more upscale model. [via]