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Polk 5.1 Channel Home Theater Speaker System

Polk 5.1 Channel Home Theater Speaker System

Add a little style and flair to your home media room with the Polk Audio RM6900 speaker system ($600). This compact six piece, 5.1-channel surround sound setup sports anodized aluminum enclosures and makes use of high tech materials and features to deliver maximum sound quality. The center channel speaker, for example, has a cradle which can aim the speaker towards the listener.

  • Sony TAV-L1 LCD TV/Home Theater System

    Introduce your living room to the future with the Sony TAV-L1 all-in-one home theater system ($4,000; Aug.). The stylish unit features a motorized audio system that, with the push of a button, automatically slides down to reveal a 32-inch flat-panel HDTV. The system offers a slot-loading DVD/CD/SACD player, two vibration-canceling subwoofers, HDMI input, Sony's S-Master digital amplifier, and Sony's S-Force Pro virtual surround sound processing. The TAV-L1 comes standard with a black speaker grill — optional grills are available in gray, burgundy and green ($100 each).

  • Jamo Reference R 909 Speakers

    While our home speakers do just fine for us, we still can't help but envy at these beauties. The Jamo Reference R 909 Speakers ($18,600) are jaw-droppingly expensive, and feature two 15" woofers, a 5.5" Seas midrange and a customized 1" Scanspeak Revelator tweeter. The sound is then helped along by a radically new enclosure that almost completely eliminates cabinet-induced resonances by ditching the boxy cabinet normally expected of reference-quality loudspeakers. The end result? A speaker that is as beautiful to look at as it is to listen to.