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Tubecore Duo

There are plenty of options out there if you're looking for an all-in-one connected media center and speaker system — but until now, there hasn't been one that so intriguingly combines old-school audio components with new-school connectivity and open-source computing. Meet the Tubecore Duo. It features the analog technology of a solid state amplifier and a dual vacuum tube preamp, coupled to a Raspberry Pi computer running XBMC media center. So what that gives you is a speaker system and streaming media hub with options to connect over Bluetooth, WiFi, HDMI, and component AV, letting you play music and video from virtually any source on-hand, and control it from your phone. Better still, the thing is gorgeous, with a handmade wood enclosure, a magnetic speaker grill available in a range of colors, and user-controllable LEDs in the tubes, this is a speaker system you're going to want to show off.

  • Cone Music Player

    Listening to music should be simple — no setup, no worrying about where to plug things in, no connecting multiple devices, and no fumbling around trying to come up with the perfect song or playlist to suit the moment. And with the Cone Music Player, listening is as simple as it gets. This beautiful wireless speaker system features eight hours of battery life, and lets you play music by just touching the front (press it again to pause, or twist the grill to queue up a new song). It works with a range of music services, and learns your musical preferences the more you listen. And if you want to listen to your own music, Cone also supports Airplay, so you can play through your Mac or iOS device.

  • AeroBull

    It's not always easy to find an audio system that looks good in your room. But you know what nearly always looks cool? A bulldog. So why not combine the two? At least, that appears to have been the thinking behind the AeroBull. This unique speaker features a 5.25-inch subwoofer, dual 2.25-inch satellites, 100W of total power, an iPod/iPhone dock, Bluetooth for wireless streaming, NFC, and a line-in for other audio sources. But the best part? It looks like an all-black dog wearing sunglasses — and that will match anything.