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Bowers & Wilkins PM1 Speakers

Theater-like surround systems are great, but sometimes you just want crisp and pure plain ol' stereo. For those times, a set of standout bookshelfs — like the Bowers & Wilkins PM1 Speakers ($2,800) are just what you need. Sporting the company's all-new Carbon Based Tweeter, mounted inside a Nautilus tapering tube, the PM1s also offer Kevlar cone bass and midrange drivers with new Anti-Resonance Plugs, dual-layer composite cabinets with an internal bracing system, and sound that will have you wishing that all your speakers sounded this good.

  • Libratone Beat Speakers

    Whether you've given up home on your favorite AirPlay speaker ever emerging from vaporland, or simply want a wireless speaker that looks as good as most of your furniture, Libratone Beat Speakers ($600) should be on your short list. Wrapped in slate gray wool — or optional colored cashmere — these standalone towers boast 100 Watts of total power spread across a subwoofer, dual midrange drivers, and dual ribbon-based tweeters, built-in DSP with "FullRoom acoustic technology for a wide sound stage, 30-pin and USB wireless transmitters, a 3.5mm input for other audio sources, and an audio-specific wireless protocol that ensures your music sounds as clear and lifelike as possible.

  • Harman Kardon BDS 800 Home Theater System

    Get a sleek surround setup with the Harman Kardon BDS 800 Home Theater System ($1,500). Packing a hefty, 65 watt-per-channel digital amplifier, Blu-ray player with Dolby Digital and DTS decoding, and USB connectivity into a single, svelte package, it's everything you need to turn a simple HDTV into a full-on theater. The package also includes four identical two-way, dual-driver satellite speakers, a dedicated two-way, dual-driver center speaker, and all the necessary wall mounting hardware, and gives you three digital and two line inputs for connecting all the other devices in your home entertainment universe.