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TDK Sound Cube

Portable audio systems are great, but most aren't the kind of thing you want to be seen carrying around. Thankfully, that's not a problem with the TDK Sound Cube ($300). Packing 20 Watts of output power and two 5.25-inch coaxial drivers into a stylish box, the Sound Cube offers iCompatible USB, 3.5mm, and auxiliary inputs for connecting a variety of audio sources, and also let you jam along if you like by plugging in a guitar or mic. The only bummer? It's gonna need a standard power source, unless you like the idea of lugging the Cube and 12 D batteries around all day.

  • 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.

  • Hercules XPS 101 Speakers

    It doesn't matter whether you're a laptop or desktop man — odds are you're not completely satisfied with the tinny output of your rig's built-in sound system. Enter the Hercules XPS 101 Speakers ($TBA). This high-performance 2.1 system features a dedicated 60W sub with a front-firing powered woofer and one passive woofer on each side, two 20.5W RMS satellites with stands, die-cast metal alloy construction, piano black finishes, and a dedicated remote control. Internet videos never sounded so good.