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Logitech UE Air Speaker

It might not be for everyone, but if you've got an iPhone, iPad, or are just heavily invested in iTunes, AirPlay should be on your checklist for your next speaker purchase — and the Logitech UE Air Speaker ($400) offers exactly that. Packed inside the sleek black body are dual tweeters and dual subwoofers, as well as a pop-out iPad/iPhone/iPod dock that helps with effortless setup, streamlined top-mounted controls, and a 3.5mm input for other audio devices — cable not included.

  • Zooka Wireless Speaker

    Getting tired of portable speakers trying to fit your gadgets inside them? What about one that attaches to it, instead? The Zooka Wireless Speaker ($90) is designed to do exactly that. Connecting over Bluetooth — or via 3.5mm jack, if necessary — this slim-line sound tube sports a rechargeable battery, speakers on either end, and a silicone exterior that provides great grip while managing to not scratch whatever you've put it on, whether it be an iPad, phone, or even laptop.

  • Mark Levinson 40th Anniversary Collection

    If you're as worried about the looks of your audio system as how it sounds, you should probably have your head examined, and you might just be in the market for some pieces from the Mark Levinson 40th Anniversary Collection ($6,000-$25,000). Created to celebrate the legendary audio brand's 40th anniversary — surprise! — the lineup includes the No. 52 Reference Dual-Monaural Preamplifier, the No. 585 Integrated Amplifier, the No. 519 SACD Disc Player and the No. 560 Digital Audio Processor, all of which arrive with gorgeous, minimalist designs that would look as normal in a museum as they will in your home theater cabinet.