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Logitech Mini Boombox

Let's face it: the speakers built-in to our phones and tablets aren't really cutting it for anything more than the random speakerphone call or video chat. For times when you want to rock out on the go, you need something a bit more substantial — something like the Logitech Mini Boombox ($100). Powered by rechargeable battery good for 10 hours of jamming, it features a specially-designed acoustic chamber for enhanced bass, Bluetooth A2DP for wireless audio streaming and control via the backlit touch controls, a 3.5mm input for less advanced audio sources, and even a built-in mic and Bluetooth Hands-Free support for taking better-than-normal speakerphone calls. All that's missing is a (smallish) bag to carry it in.

  • Bose CineMate Soundbar System

    It's not exactly audiophile-grade equipment, but Bose's stuff is legendary for its ear-pleasing audio and retina-pleasing styling — which is exactly the combination you want in a soundbar. The Bose CineMate Soundbar System ($1,500) doesn't disappoint in this regard, offering up full simulated surround sound from a sleek bar that knows if it's mounted against a wall or on a table, and adjusts the audio accordingly, as well as a wireless subwoofer to give everything from music to explosions the added punch they need. [Scouted by Reed]

  • Yamaha YAS-101 Front Surround System

    Placing a sound bar direct in front of/below your TV isn't the greatest idea if you still want to use your remote control. Unless the sound bar is the Yamaha YAS-101 Front Surround System ($300). Thanks to a unique IR code pass-through feature, the YAS-101 will ensure that your channels are changed and sleep timers set, and it also sounds — and looks — great thanks to a dual-driver design with a built-in 60-watt subwoofer, Air Surround Xtreme technology for virtual 7.1 surround sound, Dolby Digital and DTS support, UniVolume for consistent volume, and a living room-friendly piano black finish. [via]