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Small Scottish company RHA has brewed up a pair of swanky stainless-steel in-ear headphones that hit the spot as far as sound goes, but will they be a perfect fit for everyone?
The excellent-sounding, elegant-looking Definitive Technology W Studio helps bring a touch of luxury to those willing to splash out on a high-end sound bar.
The Secure Loop design may not be a perfect fit for every ear, but the Bowers & Wilkins C5 Series 2 sounds better than the original and is one top in-ear headphones for less than $200.
The Marantz SR5009 looks and feels more upscale than the competition's receivers, and follows through with muscular sound quality.
The BackBeat Pro may not be the sexiest looking headphones, but they sound decent, are comfortable and include noise-canceling to help you shut out unwanted office chatter.
Whether you listen to death metal or nature documentaries, the Bowers and Wilkins B&W 685 S2s are an astoundingly good set of speakers and an excellent deal at this price level.
Onkyo's TX-NR535 receiver offers decent home theater performance and a useful number of streaming features, but better sound quality can be had for the price.
If you're looking for a small subwoofer, the Artison RCC Nano 1 is about as tiny as you can get at only 9 inches across.
Bose's lightest and least expensive wireless speaker stacks up well against against the competition.
Although it costs more than most of its kind, the Klipsch R-10B sound bar brings a wireless subwoofer and great sonics to the space under your TV.