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Pro-Ject RPM 1.3 Genie Turntable

Whether you're just getting into vinyl or simply looking for a stylish replacement for your aging gear, the Pro-Ject RPM 1.3 Genie Turntable ($500) is a terrific choice. Featuring a strikingly stripped-down design, the Genie will turn heads with its looks, while the quiet running synchronous motor, two-step pulley, resonance-optimized platter, aluminum tonearm, and external power supply combine to deliver ear-pleasing sound. As for taste, smell, and touch, that's up to you.

  • TDK Sound Cube

    Portable audio systems are great, but most aren't the kind of thing you want to be seen carrying around. Thankfully, that's not a problem with the TDK Sound Cube ($300). Packing 20 Watts of output power and two 5.25-inch coaxial drivers into a stylish box, the Sound Cube offers iCompatible USB, 3.5mm, and auxiliary inputs for connecting a variety of audio sources, and also let you jam along if you like by plugging in a guitar or mic. The only bummer? It's gonna need a standard power source, unless you like the idea of lugging the Cube and 12 D batteries around all day.

  • Libratone Beat Speakers

    Whether you've given up home on your favorite AirPlay speaker ever emerging from vaporland, or simply want a wireless speaker that looks as good as most of your furniture, Libratone Beat Speakers ($600) should be on your short list. Wrapped in slate gray wool — or optional colored cashmere — these standalone towers boast 100 Watts of total power spread across a subwoofer, dual midrange drivers, and dual ribbon-based tweeters, built-in DSP with "FullRoom acoustic technology for a wide sound stage, 30-pin and USB wireless transmitters, a 3.5mm input for other audio sources, and an audio-specific wireless protocol that ensures your music sounds as clear and lifelike as possible.