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Yamaha MCR-140 Micro Component System

Looking for a speaker system to match your very specific decor? The Yamaha MCR-140 Micro Component System ($400) should fit the bill. Available in no less than ten colors, the MCR-140 features a built-in CD player, FM radio, USB, and 3.5mm inputs, Advanced Yamaha Active Servo Technology for enhanced sound, and an iPod dock with wireless transmitter to let you take control of the music anywhere in the room, streaming straight from your hand to the system in uncompressed linear PCM quality.

  • Case-Real Elekit Tube Amp

    Sure, we don't have any idea if or when it will ever go on sale, but we want the Case-Real Elekit Tube Amp ($TBA) all the same. This gorgeous steel and aluminum amplifier features exposed vacuum tubes, two minimalistic control dials, RCA and 3.5mm inputs, an automatic sleep mode, and 10 Watts per channel output. A nice alternative to the traditional exposed wire-and-wood builds of most vacuum amps.

  • Denon 100 Turntable

    In celebration of the company's 100th anniversary, Denon returns to its roots with the Denon 100 Turntable ($2,500). This high-end record player features the company's high-performance direct-drive turntable technology, compatibility with the new DP-A100 cartridge, a five-year warranty, 100th anniversary logo badges, and a signed certificate of authenticity from the chief production engineer who hand crafted the device. For serious audiophiles or rich, vinyl-crazed hipsters only.