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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.

  • Eton Rukus Solar

    We've been fans of Eton's sun-powered speakers in the past, but unfortunately direct sunlight equals quick overheating messages from most devices. The Eton Rukus Solar ($150) takes care of this problem by acquiring its audio over Bluetooth, letting you store your device safely in the shade — or in your pocket. Other features include an easy-to-grip handle, an E Ink display, the ability to run off AC or solar power, dual 2.25-inch speakers, and an aux-in jack. Sunlight not included.

  • Twenty Audio Amplifier

    Turn your dad's old school speakers into AirPlay-enabled wonders with Griffin's Twenty Audio Amplifier ($TBA). Just add an Apple Airport Express to this white brick, and it takes your existing non-powered speakers and lets you stream lossless audio from iTunes or any other AirPlay-enabled iOS device. The Twenty offers a 2.1 channel sound system with 20 watts output per channel with support for a powered subwoofer, and sports a big aluminum knob for adjusting the sound. Because who doesn't like playing with knobs?