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Olive O6HD Music Server

If you really, really care about the quality of your digital music collection -- and it's playback -- then perhaps you'd be interested in the Olive O6HD Music Server ($5,000). This hand-built high-end hi-fi addition features a 2TB AV hard drive, a 10.1-inch touchscreen, twin TI 192khz/24-bit Burr- Brown PCM1792 DACs running in mono mode, along with a dedicated linear power supply for the analog output stage for pristine output via analog or digital hookups, 802.11n Wi-Fi for stream music to different rooms, connecting to Internet radio, and accessing music stored on your home computer, HDMI output for connection to a TV, a separate headphone DAC for personal listening, and compatibility with the company's iOS app, letting you control the box from your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.

  • Boom Cases

    We like vintage luggage as much as the next guy, but with so many lightweight, airline-ready alternatives available, why not find something else to do with it... like turn it into a boombox? That's exactly what the creator of Boom Cases ($250 and up) did. Each case features a 3.5mm input for connecting a variety of audio sources, built-in amplification, a rechargeable battery good for 7+ hours of playback, and a built-in charger that lets you plug the case in when you're staying put for the night.

  • MINI Rocks Sonoro Internet Radio

    If the design of your kitchen or den radio matters as much to you as the sound, you're no doubt in the target market for the MINI Rocks Sonoro Internet Radio ($600). This diminutive player features built-in Wi-Fi for streaming Internet radio and songs from your computer, as well as a dimmable OLED display, alarm clock functionality, a RF remote, an eDock for charging and playing your iPod, a solid wood casing with a metallic exterior lacquer, a brushed aluminum front control, and a three-inch full range speaker. Whether or not that's worth 6 Benjamins is up to you.