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Denon 100 Turntable

In celebration of the company's 100th anniversary, Denon returns to its roots with the Denon 100 Turntable ($2,500). This high-end record player features the company's high-performance direct-drive turntable technology, compatibility with the new DP-A100 cartridge, a five-year warranty, 100th anniversary logo badges, and a signed certificate of authenticity from the chief production engineer who hand crafted the device. For serious audiophiles or rich, vinyl-crazed hipsters only.

  • 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.

  • Crosley Revolution

    Despite the company's reputation for nostalgic, grandparent-friendly designs, the Crosley Revolution ($150) isn't a wooden turntable with looks from the middle of last century. Far from it, in fact: the Revolution is a novel new turntable that leaves most of the record exposed thanks to a compact, sleek design. Able to be powered by batteries, the Revolution is highly portable, and features a rubberized finish, two speeds, a USB port for analog-to-digital conversion, dual headphone jacks, built-in stereo speakers, and a carrying case. [Thanks, Walter]