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Case-Real Elekit Tube Amp

Sure, we don't have any idea if or when it will ever go on sale, but we want the Case-Real Elekit Tube Amp ($TBA) all the same. This gorgeous steel and aluminum amplifier features exposed vacuum tubes, two minimalistic control dials, RCA and 3.5mm inputs, an automatic sleep mode, and 10 Watts per channel output. A nice alternative to the traditional exposed wire-and-wood builds of most vacuum amps.

  • Pioneer Pure Malt Speakers

    Most of the time when booze is introduced to the gadget manufacturing process, disaster results. Not so with these Pioneer Pure Malt Speakers ($600/pair). Built using solid oak repurposed from old whiskey barrels, the Pure Malts have a smooth, mellow tone and produce detailed, room filling sound that belies their smallish bookshelf-friendly size. For maximum enjoyment, listen to them while sipping on an actual glass of whiskey, and soak in the metaness. [Thanks, Joe]

  • M-Audio Studiophile AV 40 Speakers

    Pump up the volume from your laptop, desktop, or media player with the M-Audio Studiophile AV 40 Speakers ($145). These sturdy, spectacular-sounding speakers feature an integrated 20-watt-per-channel amplifier, 4-inch woofers, .75-inch ferrofluid-cooled silk dome tweeters with OptImage III wave guides for better imaging, magnetic shielding to protect surrounding electronics, and a Discman-style bass boost switch for annoying neighbors. Sure, they won't win any interior design awards, but if you're more concerned with makin' beats than makin' casseroles, you shouldn't mind.