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Q Speakers

Handcrafted in New Zealand using woods sourced from sustainable forests and toxin-free MDF, Q Speakers ($TBA) are as easy on the environment as they are on your eyes and ears. These minimalistic speakers are powered by Class D amplifiers for less energy waste, and mount the mid-high speakers on the underside of the cabinet, reflecting the sound off the metal base for 360-degree sound coverage.

  • Klipsch LightSpeaker

    If you have a thirst for audio in an area of your home where your partner might not be so thrilled having visible speakers, investigate the Klipsch LightSpeaker ($600). Designed to go into 5- and 6-inch recessed lighting fixtures, the LightSpeaker also offers 20 watts of power per full-range speaker, an integrated LED bulb good for 40,000 hours of use, and a wireless remote and transmitter for controlling the system. Perhaps the best part, though, is the ultra-simple 10-step installation process that you can do yourself.

  • Yamaha YHT-S400 Home Theater System

    While we still prefer a full 7.1 system when the room — and budget — allow, the new Yamaha YHT-S400 Home Theater System ($600) is a fine choice for cramped spaces. The S400 combines a 31.5-inch sound bar with an advanced receiver that features an integrated subwoofer, three 1080p-compatible HDMI inputs with CEC functionality, linear PCM audio input handling, Yamaha's UniVolume feature for keeping the volume at a consistent level no matter the source, Air Sound Extreme to deliver sound around the listener better than most other virtual surround systems, and more.