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Jamo Reference R 909 Speakers

Jamo Reference R 909 Speakers

While our home speakers do just fine for us, we still can't help but envy at these beauties. The Jamo Reference R 909 Speakers ($18,600) are jaw-droppingly expensive, and feature two 15" woofers, a 5.5" Seas midrange and a customized 1" Scanspeak Revelator tweeter. The sound is then helped along by a radically new enclosure that almost completely eliminates cabinet-induced resonances by ditching the boxy cabinet normally expected of reference-quality loudspeakers. The end result? A speaker that is as beautiful to look at as it is to listen to.

  • SVS PB12-Ultra/2 Subwoofer

    Home theater setups can be really tricky to get right, and one of the most difficult parts is finding the right subs to match your other speakers. The SVS PB12-Ultra/2 Subwoofer ($2,200) is the perfect compliment to any speaker combo with 1,000 watts of power, built-in parametric equalizers, and a three-position variable extension. Plug it in, crank it up, and hear all the booms and crashes of your favorite flicks the way they were supposed to be heard. [Thanks, Ryan]

  • Denon AVR-5805 Receiver

    Amongst the largest audio components we've ever seen, the Denon AVR-5805 ($6,000; April 14) actually seems like it would be overkill for us, even with our 50" TVs. This beast features 170 watts x 10 channels (10!!??) of power, THX Ultra 2 certification, processing for virtually ever surround format out there, the ability to send audio from four different sources to four different rooms, a bevy of component, DVI, and HDMI inputs and outputs, six each of optical and coaxial digital audio inputs, and an ethernet port. Although there is a power cord, beware — we've heard it actually gets its power by eating small children. More pics after the jump.