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McIntosh MXA60 Integrated Audio System

The McIntosh 60th Anniversary MXA60 Integrated Audio System ($7,500), the company's first-ever standalone setup, gives you audiophile-quality sound in a beautifully compact design. And while its price tag might seem high, you've got to recognize that this thing was designed and built by the same team responsible for the $250,000 McIntosh Reference System. The tabletop system features a high-performance 75-watt-per-channel amplifier, a CD/SACD/MP3 player, vacuum tube preamplifier, an AM/FM/RBDS Tuner, and 2-way bass reflex custom loudspeakers. All that is housed in metal casing with anodized aluminum accents and backlit glass faceplates with Peak Reading Wattmeters.

  • Bose SoundDock 10

    Fill even the largest room with music from your iPod or iPhone with the Bose SoundDock 10 ($600). Featuring twin "Twidders" to handle the mids and highs, a hefty, rear-firing subwoofer hidden inside the 19-pound enclosure, and a simple, clean design, the SoundDock 10 also sports an interchangeable dock system, letting you switch out the included iPod/iPhone dock for a Bluetooth receiver for complete wireless control over the entertainment.

  • Logitech Squeezebox Radio

    Listen to your favorite Internet radio stations or your personal music collection anywhere in your home with the Logitech Squeezebox Radio ($200). Packing a 3/4-inch high-definition tweeter and 3-inch long-throw woofer, this Wi-Fi enabled radio lets you listen to a wide variety of Internet music sources — including Pandora and Last.fm — as well as your own music, and features a 2.4-inch color display, Facebook integration for recommending songs, an auxiliary input, automatic brightness adjustment, and a built-in alarm clock with battery backup.