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Sound Freaq Sound Platform

Got a thing for the monolith from 2001? The Sound Freaq Sound Platform ($200) comes pretty close. This versatile speaker offers up Bluetooth, an iPod/iPhone Dock, an aux in port, and an FM radio, giving you plenty of sources to choose from — whether you're using the IR or App-based remote — while two 2.75-inch full-range drivers, dual chamber ports, and UQ3 digital sound processing keep everything sounding great, no sentient computer-based being necessary.

  • Harman Kardon BDS 800 Home Theater System

    Get a sleek surround setup with the Harman Kardon BDS 800 Home Theater System ($1,500). Packing a hefty, 65 watt-per-channel digital amplifier, Blu-ray player with Dolby Digital and DTS decoding, and USB connectivity into a single, svelte package, it's everything you need to turn a simple HDTV into a full-on theater. The package also includes four identical two-way, dual-driver satellite speakers, a dedicated two-way, dual-driver center speaker, and all the necessary wall mounting hardware, and gives you three digital and two line inputs for connecting all the other devices in your home entertainment universe.

  • Klipsch THX Ultra2 Home Theater System

    We've heard of home-theater-in-a-box systems, but never like this. The Klipsch THX Ultra2 Home Theater System ($13,000) is ready to take your theater from pedestrian to professional with a full complement of speakers, including three KL-650-THX LCRs, two KL-525-THX LCRs, two KS-525-THX surrounds, two KW-120-THX subwoofers, and a dedicated KA-1000-THX subwoofer amplifier, all boasting high-end tech like Klipsch Tractrix Horn tweeters and Cerametallic woofers. We've had the privilege of having these bad boys in the secret underground Uncrate Cinema the last couple weeks, and there are simply no words for how amazing they sound. Just add a receiver, screen, projector, and a copious amount of popcorn.