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Porsche Design 911 GT3 Soundbar

It's certainly not going to fit in to most home decors. But if you consider yourself a true gearhead, the Porsche Design 911 GT3 Soundbar delivers great sound while serving as an undeniable conversation piece. The 200W speaker accepts audio via one analog and two digital inputs, as well as over Bluetooth with aptX, and has both Dolby Digital decoding and DTS TruSurround virtual surround sound. But it's the design that really stands out, using an original rear silencer and twin exhaust from a 911 GT3 as the case, with the ports helping to boost the bass. We can only hope it releases a throaty growl befitting its heritage when you turn it on.

  • McIntosh RS100 Wireless Speaker

    Stream wirelessly from any room in your home or office with the McIntosh RS100 Wireless Speaker. Get started with a single unit, which connects to Wi-Fi and is controlled from a mobile app available on Apple or Android. Over time, you can add up to 16 speakers on a single network, enough for playback in 8 different rooms. It supports just about every audio format, and provides lossless playback of up to 16-bit/48kHz files. The bookshelf style speaker also features an eye catching blue meter and knobs that make is unmistakably McIntosh.

  • Technics SL-1200GAE Turntable

    When one of the best turntables in the world suddenly went out of production, it was a sad day for vinyl fans. Well today that mood is finally changing as Panasonic has announced that the Technics SL-1200 line is back with the brand new Technics SL-1200GAE Turntable. 2016 marks the 50th anniversary of the classic table which is not only the preference for DJs, but also makes a great centerpiece in any home audio setup. The resurrected deck added some subtle design changes, along with a high sensitive tonearm and a brass top platter. But devotees won't find anything to complain about when the SL-1200 officially returns this summer.