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Thodio A-Box

With its wartime ammo box design, one might consider the Thodio A-Box ($340-$475) their portable sonic arsenal. Available in two models — one with a 2 x 25 Watts amp and woven glass speakers, and a heavier-duty one with a 2 x 70 Watts amp and woven kevlar speakers — the A-Box is made from 1mm steel plate fortified and covered in vibration damping material to keep the rattles at bay, and features indication lights in the bass tube to indicate battery status, as well as an integrated handle — like the ammo boxes of yore — and army-style paint and markings. Good luck trying to get it past airport security, though.

  • Q Speakers

    Handcrafted in New Zealand using woods sourced from sustainable forests and toxin-free MDF, Q Speakers ($TBA) are as easy on the environment as they are on your eyes and ears. These minimalistic speakers are powered by Class D amplifiers for less energy waste, and mount the mid-high speakers on the underside of the cabinet, reflecting the sound off the metal base for 360-degree sound coverage.

  • Sony DN1010 3D AV Receiver

    Get your home theater ready for upcoming 3D content with the Sony DN1010 3D AV Receiver ($500). Boasting four 3D-ready HDMI 1.4 inputs, it's already ready for upcoming 3D Blu-ray releases, and also packs 7.1-channel output with 110 Watts per channel, decoding for nearly every codec under the sun (including Dolby TrueHD and dts-HD Master Audio), Sony's S-AIR technology for adding a second zone of speakers wirelessly, an icon-driven menu system for simple device and content navigation, and three component inputs, bringing your total number of possible HD sources up to seven — or, way more than you'll need.