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Marshall Hanwell Speaker

When most companies celebrate their 50th anniversary, they revisit one of their iconic designs — not enter a whole new market. The Marshall Hanwell Speaker ($TBA) is the company's first loudspeaker designed for home use. It packs dual long-throw woofers and hi-fi tweeters to deliver the company's signature sound, as well as a handsome wood and vinyl cabinet that recalls the company's amps, an analog power switch, volume, bass, and treble controls, and a single 3.5mm input.

  • Bowers & Wilkins Panorama

    Fill your favorite TV-watching area with sound without filling with speakers with the Bowers & Wilkins Panorama ($2,200). This high-end sound bar boasts a mirror black stainless steel enclosure and a black steel mesh grille to help it blend into most systems, can be wall mounted, and offers a full range of inputs, including two optical digital, one coax digital, and two analog RCA, plus a subwoofer pre-out. But what's really important is the sound, and the Panorama has that covered with dual 3.5-inch subwoofers, two 3-inch midrange drivers, a single Nautilus aluminum dome tweeter, and four surround speakers, receiving a total of 100W of power. The downside? It weighs a whopping 32 pounds, so if you're going to wall mount it you'd better choose a sturdy surface — lest both it and your wall come tumbling down.

  • Philips Shoqbox

    When it comes to portable Bluetooth speakers, you've got a lot of options — but few as rugged as the Philips Shoqbox ($180). This roughly tube-shaped speaker features two 4-watt neodymium speaker drivers, dual bass radiators, an eight-hour rechargeable lithium battery, Bluetooth for wireless audio streaming, a water resistant cover to protect the USB charging port and 3.5mm aux jack, a shock- and splash-proof design, and a built-in metal loop for clipping it to your bag or belt using a carabiner.