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Sonos ZonePlayer S5

Sonos ZonePlayer S5

Access your home music library wirelessly -- as well as a host of Internet music sources -- from the Sonos ZonePlayer S5 ($400). Unlike the company's prior solutions, which required an extra speaker setup, the S5 is an all-in-one, packing two tweeters, two mid-range drivers, and an integrated subwoofer, as well as the ability to control everything right from your iPhone or iPod touch. Unfortunately, you have to hardwire the unit to your router to access the Internet tunes, but if you buy more than one, all the rest will be wireless — just plug it in and play. [Thanks, Matthew]

  • Klipsch Heritage Speakers

    Get legendary Klipsch sound in a package that would have looked just fine in your Dad's bachelor pad with Klipsch Heritage Speakers ($800-$4,000). Featuring the Klipschorn Floorstanding Speaker with 15-inch woofer, the Klipschorn-packing La Scala II Floorstanding model, and the complementary Cornwall III and Heresy III speakers, originally designed to serve as center channels for the larger, more robust Klipschorn and La Scala II, its got everything you need to give your home theater concert-worthy sound.

  • Bose SoundLink

    Listen to your iTunes, Pandora, or any other computer-based audio source anywhere in your home with the Bose SoundLink ($550; August 27). The SoundLink connects to your computer using a USB dongle, which then streams any audio you like to a powerful and compact portable speaker. A rechargeable battery keeps the music playing away from outlets, and thanks to the included remote control, you can skip tracks or pause the music without making a trip back to the computer.