Bose VideoWave

As one Uncrate editor is finding out, wall-mounting your TV is easy, but figuring out what to do about a sound system once it's up there isn't. Some engineers at Bose obviously had the same problem, and came up with the Bose VideoWave ($5,400). This ridiculously-priced 46-inch screen packs an entire array of speakers directly into its body, and needs only a single connection to its console, which you control with a simplified click pad remote. Just make sure you mount it well — if it falls, both your TV and your home theater system will suffer.

  • Samsung SP-H03 Pico Projector

    While everyone waits on Apple to throw a projector into its next iMiracle, Samsung's actually done it. The Samsung SP-H03 Pico Projector ($300) is a pocket-friendly projector with a built-in media player. It boasts solid-state LEDs and DLP technology to blow its 854x480 resolution image up to 80 inches on nearly any surface you can imagine, and with 1GB of internal memory and up to 16GB accessible via microSD expansion, you can pack enough music and video to keep things going way longer than the rechargeable battery will last.

  • Mitsubishi Diamond 82-Inch 3D HDTV

    It used to be that 80-inch TVs were the stuff of CES displays and rich folks' home cinemas. Not so with the Mitsubishi Diamond 82-Inch 3D HDTV ($3,800). Beyond the obvious 3D chops, this mammoth monitor also features an integrated 16-speaker, 5.1 channel Dolby Digital surround sound system, StreamTV for on-screen access to web services like Pandora, Flickr, and Facebook, Wi-Fi with an optional adapter, and the Plush 1080p 5G 12-bit Video processor for smooth action and upscaling. [via]

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