This audio system combines the timeless aesthetics and craftsmanship of a Steinway grand piano with the digital wizardry of renowned audio designer Peter Lyngdorf.
JBL based the design of this system on its professional cinema systems. It is one of only a very few that deliver enough power to fill a large, 20-seat home theater.
The sleek aluminum chassis of the Zeppelin is not purely to advance its looks—its elegant curves also enhance its acoustics.
Audiophiles revere Meridian as a source of the most advanced audio technology. The F80 applies Meridian’s expertise to a shelf-top audio system.
Pioneer Kuro TVs enjoy a reputation for the deepest, darkest blacks of any flat-panel displays.
Many audiophiles consider amplifiers based on tubes, rather than transistors, to have a warmer, more natural sound. McIntosh’s MC275 epitomizes the retro aesthetic of tubes.
This 450-watt amplifier is one of the finest audio components ever created.
This 70-inch-tall electrostatic speaker produces sound exclusively with thin, transparent Mylar diaphragms rather than with conventional woofers and tweeters.
KEF crafts the Muon from 6 mm sheets of aluminum using a process called superforming; no metal sculpture in New York’s Museum of Modern Art is more meticulously fabricated.
Crafted to take the punishment of listeners who like their audio loud—real loud!—the Custom Theater 800 speaker system also has the distortion-free punch to fill large screening rooms.