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Symbol Audio Desk

Experience rich sound and deep bass when you work with the Symbol Audio Desk ($4,000). Sliding doors on this writing desk open to reveal two four-inch full-range drivers with titanium cones, paired with a down-firing five-and-a-quarter-inch sub-woofer. The cabinet is dampened and ported, helping your music sound great. Cable management keeps unsightly wires tucked away, controls for volume and bass keep you in control, while a stereo input jack lets you connect just about any device. Choose from solid oak, walnut, cherry, or maple finishes.

  • Bose SoundLink Mini

    If you're tired of listening to music on the go from your smartphone's inadequate speakers, check out the Bose SoundLink Mini ($200). This palm-sized speaker is small enough to fit easily into a bag (only about two by two by seven inches), but packs the kind of sound you'd expect from Bose. It connects wirelessly to any bluetooth-capable device — smartphone, tablet, laptop — with a wireless range up to 30 feet and seven hours of battery life. Comes with an auxiliary input, micro-USB port, charging cradle, and available soft covers in several colors. [Scouted by Allan]

  • Bowers & Wilkins CM10 Speakers

    Regardless of whether you want to get even with your downstairs neighbors for their last party, or you just think music sounds better cranked up, nothing fills a space with sound like a set of floor standing loudspeakers. Using an innovative construction technique, the Bowers & Wilkins CM10 Speakers ($TBA) have the tweeter on top, making room for three bass drivers.The tweeter's double-dome design means they sounds good even at the highest frequencies. The third driver delivers stronger bass, and the kevlar cones are made to last. Available in August in black, wedge, rosewood, or satin white.