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Sony QUALIA 010 Headphones

Sony QUALIA 010 Headphones

These high definition headphones may be a bit expensive, but they've got the looks and performance to back up the price. The QUALIA 010 Headphones ($3,300) have things like "nano-composite diaphragm technology" to make audiophiles giddy when listening to high quality audio formats, and are super lightweight and super comfy. The headphones have a wide leather headband, pressure-dispersion ear pads made of natural sheep skin, and a magnesium frame.

  • Denon S-301 Home Theater System

    Denon has long been known for their excellent (and extremely expensive) home theater receivers, and now they are bringing the same quality and elegance to a slightly more affordable level. The S-301 Home Theater System ($1600) and it’s little bro the S-101 ($1000) feature Dolby Virtual Speaker technology, two front speakers, and a sub, however, it’s the ability to access your iPod’s navigation menu from your TV screen that makes the systems standout — and quite honestly, they’re making our Bose systems a little jealous.

  • Klipsch iFi Speakers

    Audiophiles rejoice — this is the best sounding dedicated iPod speaker system in the world. Unfortunately, it's also the most expensive. The Klipsch iFi ($400) features an iPod docking station, two Klipsch Reference Series RSX-3 satellites, and an 8-inch subwoofer with a built-in amplifier that offers 200 watts of peak system power. The iFi also comes with a small radio frequency remote that can send signals through walls. It's compatible with all iPods with bottom dock connectors, but older iPods and other portable audio players can be played through their mini jack.