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Logitech Z-5450 Digital 5.1 Speaker System

Logitech Z-5450 Digital 5.1 Speaker System

As sound technology for TV, games, and computers increases, so does the need for a second 5.1 system in your home. Logitech is now providing a simple — and partially wireless — answer. The Z-5450 Digital 5.1 Speaker System ($350) offers 315 watts of power to six channels, along with hardware decoding of Dolby Digital, DTS and DTS 96/24 soundtracks. The kicker is that the rear satellite speakers are wireless, making this system perfect for the bedroom, computer room, or game room.

  • Yamaha YSP-800 Digital Sound Projector

    Unless you're a completely anal audiophile, chances are you'll gladly give up those five ugly speakers and their unsightly cords heading every which way in your living room. The Yamaha YSP800 ($800) is for those of us who want to keep a stealth look but also want stellar sound. It packs 21 speakers and 2 subwoofers in its compact cabinet (which looks just like a single speaker) and uses your walls to create true surround sound. The IntelliBeam system automatically sets up the YSP800 for your room, and ensures optimum multi-channel set-up by constant and precise monitoring and analysis of sound output via the supplied plug-in microphone. The YSP-800 can be wall-mounted or placed on a shelf or rack — and it looks perfect under an LCD or plasma.

  • Geneva Model L iPod Speaker System

    Looking for an iPod speaker system that will stand out amongst the sea of dock-compatible boomboxes? Look no further than the Model L iPod Speaker System from Geneva ($600). It features an all-in-one design with a built-in universal iPod dock, a wood cabinet, a slot-loading CD player, an FM radio with digital tuner, a LED display, and a remote control. Plus for an extra $75, you can get a slick aluminum floor stand. We really like the red model, but maybe we’re just still on a holiday kick.