We've selected five standout products that represent some of the best values in the home audio arena
Ex-movie theater projectionist Steve Guttenberg covers high-end audio news and reviews.
The Audiophiliac spends quality time with Dayton Audio's 15-inch subwoofer. It's just $179 shipped!
The Dayton Audio B652 speakers are the best-sounding stereo speakers you can buy for under $50.
It's hard to expect all that much from a $79 subwoofer, but Dayton Audio's Sub-800 is a knockout.
While they may not offer the perfect fit for everyone, the ATH-WS55 Solid Bass headphones offer impressive sound for the money.
With a little help from JBL, the LG Tone Ultra wireless stereo headset gets a design and sound quality upgrade -- along with an unwelcome price bump.
The Sonos Sub provides an instant upgrade to your Sonos Play speaker system, but it's quite pricey.
The Sonos Connect brings effortless wireless media streaming to existing hi-fi owners, but it's not the first Sonos system we'd recommend.
The Dayton Audio DTA-120 stereo integrated amp skimps on features, but this desktop-friendly device pumps out 60 watts a channel.
While they're not in the same league as the step-up ATH-M50 headphones, the Audio-Technica ATH-M30 set costs a lot less and offers impressive performance and decent build quality for the money.
Straight out of Brodheadsville, Pa. comes an amp that uses vacuum tubes and Class D technology: the Rogue Sphinx is one of the sweetest amps around.