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Bowers & Wilkins Sound System

No, you won't be paying an outrageous amount to put this beauty in your home. Instead — if you're lucky — you might get to enjoy the Bowers & Wilkins Sound System at your next concert. This massive system aims to bring hi-fi quality sound to live music venues with a stack made up of four fully braced low frequency enclosures, each boasting two 15" Rohacell composite drivers, and four mid/high frequency enclosures, which come packing two mid/bass units, an FST Kevlar midrange driver, and four Nautilus high-frequency drivers, or more than enough speakers to rock the house — even if the "house" is an amphitheater.

  • Glowdeck

    If the idea of cords running all over your space makes you cringe, then you've probably given some thought to going wireless in just about any way possible. With Glowdeck you get bluetooth music playback, cord-free charging, and a notifications platform all built into one beautiful, interactive package. Available in a number of wood finishes — including cherry, maple, and walnut — and a black acrylic look, you can make the Glowdeck truly your own. Its Streams operating system integrates fully with your phone, letting you customize lighting effects, notifications that show up right on the screen, and much more.

  • B&O BeoPlay A9 Black Edition Speaker

    Bang & Olufsen are known for making speakers that look as good as they sound — and one of the best examples of this is the B&O BeoPlay A9 Black Edition Speaker. Sporting a unique circular design and sleek dark brown walnut legs, this complete system-as-art-piece features three separate amplifiers to run the 8-inch woofer, dual 3-inch midranges, and dual .75-inch tweeters, as well as AirPlay, DNLA, Spotify Connect, and QPlay connectivity over Wi-Fi or, for the old-school, Ethernet.