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Denon N7 Streaming Receiver

Give your vintage speakers a passport to the future by hooking them into the Denon N7 Streaming Receiver ($480). This 65 Watt AM/FM/CD/iPod receiver features built-in Ethernet and Wi-Fi, giving you access to networked features like access to digital files stored on a PC or NAS, support for audio streaming from Pandora, Napster, or Rhapsody, support for remote control via the Denon remote app for iOS, and AirPlay support, making that iPod/iPhone dock on top just a wee bit redundant. Also pairs well with Denon's SC-N7 Speakers ($135; pictured).

  • Samsung HT-C9950 7.1 3D Home Theater System

    Display-worthy design meets brute audio force in the Samsung HT-C9950 7.1 3D Home Theater System ($1,800). This high-end HTIB system features a slim, silver media console with a slot-loading, 3D Blu-ray player, an included iPod dock, tall front and rear main speakers, stylish center and side speakers, a slimline bass module, a single HDMI output, and 1400 Watts of total power, or more than enough to draw the ire of your downstairs neighbors.

  • Olive O6HD Music Server

    If you really, really care about the quality of your digital music collection -- and it's playback -- then perhaps you'd be interested in the Olive O6HD Music Server ($5,000). This hand-built high-end hi-fi addition features a 2TB AV hard drive, a 10.1-inch touchscreen, twin TI 192khz/24-bit Burr- Brown PCM1792 DACs running in mono mode, along with a dedicated linear power supply for the analog output stage for pristine output via analog or digital hookups, 802.11n Wi-Fi for stream music to different rooms, connecting to Internet radio, and accessing music stored on your home computer, HDMI output for connection to a TV, a separate headphone DAC for personal listening, and compatibility with the company's iOS app, letting you control the box from your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.