Sony Bravia Theatre Micro System

Sony Bravia Theatre Micro System

With speakers small enough to use as drink garnishes, the Sony HT-IS100 Bravia Theatre Micro System ($700; July 2008) aims to disappear into your living room. Despite its small size, the system still pumps out 450 watts of RMS power, which is spread between the five satellites and the subwoofer. Other features include 1080p HDMI inputs with repeater functionality, Sony S-AIR compatibility, Sony's Digital Media Port, Digital Cinema Auto Calibration and Bravia Sync for Theater which allows it to integrate with Bravia TVs and other home theater products.

  • Logitech Z Cinéma Advanced Surround

    Looking for a robust desktop audio solution that doesn't consume massive amounts of space? Logitech's Z Cinéma Advanced Surround is one of the most feature rich sound systems currently available for desktops. Although it has only two speakers, it utilizes SRS TruSurround HD to believably simulate a much larger surround environment. What's more, those speakers own up with a tri-amplification design and digital crossover EQ. Conveniently, no sound card is required, as the system connects via USB and all components are built-in. It also includes a fully featured remote control that's optimized for media center, so if you're looking for an audio solution for your HTPC and need a remote, you, as they say, could kill two birds with one stone — one $300 stone.

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    If you happen to have a Pagani parked in your driveway, you might have the dough it will take to pick up this Pagani Hi-Fi Stereo System ($TBD). Made from aluminum and carbon fiber, the system's main control unit is designed after the radios found in Pagani cars, and the four-pipe bass port recalls the Zonda's exhaust system. Other features include two turntables (one for 33s and one for 45s), twin 350 watt tower speakers, a CD player, and a dedicated amplifier. [via]

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