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Oma Monarch Speakers

We've seen speakers shaped like eggs, airships, and even, well, speakers, but we've never seen anything quite like these. Taking their form from mother nature, these Oma Monarch Speakers ($TBA) use their slender legs and bodies — along with their large, wing-shaped wooden baffles — to create an unmistakable butterfly shape, while two 15-inch woofers, cast aluminum alloy horns, and compression drivers deliver sound that's as unbelievable as the aesthetic.

  • Bowers & Wilkins PM1 Speakers

    Theater-like surround systems are great, but sometimes you just want crisp and pure plain ol' stereo. For those times, a set of standout bookshelfs — like the Bowers & Wilkins PM1 Speakers ($2,800) are just what you need. Sporting the company's all-new Carbon Based Tweeter, mounted inside a Nautilus tapering tube, the PM1s also offer Kevlar cone bass and midrange drivers with new Anti-Resonance Plugs, dual-layer composite cabinets with an internal bracing system, and sound that will have you wishing that all your speakers sounded this good.

  • Sound Freaq Sound Platform

    Got a thing for the monolith from 2001? The Sound Freaq Sound Platform ($200) comes pretty close. This versatile speaker offers up Bluetooth, an iPod/iPhone Dock, an aux in port, and an FM radio, giving you plenty of sources to choose from — whether you're using the IR or App-based remote — while two 2.75-inch full-range drivers, dual chamber ports, and UQ3 digital sound processing keep everything sounding great, no sentient computer-based being necessary.