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Polk Hampden Speakers

Upgrade your desktop audio experience — and likely the looks of your work area — by picking up a pair of Polk Hampden Speakers. This little system packs a big punch thanks to each of the 1" silk/polymer tweeters and 4.5" woofers being powered by its own dedicated amplifier. It also uses a USB input to bypass your computer's built-in DAC in favor of its own, and should you want to play something from another source, it supports Bluetooth with apt-X for wireless streaming. The solid enclosures wrapped in teak veneer? Just icing on the loud, clear cake.

  • Ojas Speakers

    When it comes to floorstanding speakers, design matters — if you're taking up space in your living area with something, it had better look good. And these Ojas Speakers certainly do. Created to mark the one-year anniversary of Saturdays NYC's Kobe, Japan location, these stylish speakers were designed by Nom de Guerre co-founder Devon Turnbull, and feature a driver and box crafted by the accomplished hands of Altec Lansing. The only downside? You'll have to go to Kobe to get them.

  • Bowers & Wilkins Sound System

    No, you won't be paying an outrageous amount to put this beauty in your home. Instead — if you're lucky — you might get to enjoy the Bowers & Wilkins Sound System at your next concert. This massive system aims to bring hi-fi quality sound to live music venues with a stack made up of four fully braced low frequency enclosures, each boasting two 15" Rohacell composite drivers, and four mid/high frequency enclosures, which come packing two mid/bass units, an FST Kevlar midrange driver, and four Nautilus high-frequency drivers, or more than enough speakers to rock the house — even if the "house" is an amphitheater.