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McIntosh MHA100 Headphone Amplifier

Our computers, tablets, and phones are capable of accessing unimaginable libraries of music. Unfortunately, they're not so good at driving serious headphones to let you hear all the nuances of said tunes. But add in the McIntosh MHA100 Headphone Amplifier, and you're ready to rock. It can handle cans from 8-600 ohms, virtually guaranteeing compatibility, and features a Headphone Crossfeed Director that makes those speakers on your head image like studio monitors, plus four digital inputs, two analog inputs, and 50 watt speaker outputs for when you feel like annoying the entire office with the Quad City DJ's "Space Jam".

  • AeroBull

    It's not always easy to find an audio system that looks good in your room. But you know what nearly always looks cool? A bulldog. So why not combine the two? At least, that appears to have been the thinking behind the AeroBull. This unique speaker features a 5.25-inch subwoofer, dual 2.25-inch satellites, 100W of total power, an iPod/iPhone dock, Bluetooth for wireless streaming, NFC, and a line-in for other audio sources. But the best part? It looks like an all-black dog wearing sunglasses — and that will match anything.

  • Revo SuperConnect Radio

    It might not look futuristic — in fact, with its American Walnut cabinet, slew of buttons, and rotary volume control, it looks quite the opposite — but you'd be hard pressed to find a system more ready for linking to modern-day sources than the Revo SuperConnect Radio. Like any true radio, it features tuners for DAB, DAB+, and FM broadcasts, but also boasts built-in Wi-Fi for connection to thousands of Internet radio stations, Spotify, and local DLNA streaming sources, and Bluetooth with aptX for high-quality wireless streaming directly from your devices.