Libratone Lounge

We've heard of the home-theater-in-a-box, but this takes it to a whole new level. The Libratone Lounge ($1,300) is designed to be a replacement for both the stereo hi-fi and more advanced home theater systems, thanks to five separate amplifiers cranking out 150W of power to an eight-inch woofer, a pair of ceramic midranges, and a pair of ribbon-based tweeters, which work in concert with the DSP and FullRoom acoustic technology to offer 360 degree sound when its needed and sparklingly clean stereo when it's not. Oh, and did we mention it supports wireless AirPlay streaming? Yeah, that too.

  • Oma Monarch Speakers

    We've seen speakers shaped like eggs, airships, and even, well, speakers, but we've never seen anything quite like these. Taking their form from mother nature, these Oma Monarch Speakers ($TBA) use their slender legs and bodies — along with their large, wing-shaped wooden baffles — to create an unmistakable butterfly shape, while two 15-inch woofers, cast aluminum alloy horns, and compression drivers deliver sound that's as unbelievable as the aesthetic.

  • Audyssey Lower East Side Speakers

    Inspired by the NYC neighborhood of the same name, these new Audyssey Lower East Side Speakers ($200) promise to deliver high-quality, room-filling sound from your computer, TV, iPhone, or anything else you want to connect. Thanks to .75-inch silk-dome tweeters, 3.5-inch woofers, 4-inch passive bass radiators, and Audyssey Smart Speaker digital technology, they produce sound that belies their diminutive size, while a digital optical input, 3.5mm input, and headphone jack take care of any connections you might want to make, and a front-mounted volume control lets you take the decibel level from library to lounge with the turn of a dial.

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