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60. Clark Synthesis Tactical Transducer (accessory)
Whether you are standing on stage or luxuriating in your Hot Springs home spa or playing a movie at awesome volumes, the Clark Transducer creates low-frequency energy that goes lower that practically every subwoofer we have ever seen.

59. Parasound Halo P3 (stereo preamp)
Finally, cool-looking audio that people can afford. The fact it looks great is secondary to the audio performance that Brian Kahn loves.

58. MartinLogan Descent (subwoofer)
MartinLogans are famous loudspeakers, but they have never been known for their ultra-low bass. That is, until now. This sub is based on technology derived from MartinLogan’s $70,000 E2 Statement speakers and fits nicely even in non-ML speaker systems.

57. Mark Levinson No.436 (amp)
The days of the high-end Mark Levinson amp being parked between your speakers is coming to an end. Now it is parked in your equipment rack and it sounds even better.

56. Philips Pronto (remote control)
The original touch screen remote remains one of the best and most affordable ways to make your system behave without pulling off a balancing act with 12 remotes.

55. Revel Studio (loudspeaker)
Physically smaller than the Salons, the Revel Studios get very groovy for way less money than their bigger sisters.

54. Transparent Power Isolator (AC power)
Ed Masterson and Bryan Southard swear that this unsung hero is one of the best AC power devices on the market.

53. Krell TAS (amplifier)
Krell amps are legendary but rack-mounting three FPB600’s might just be physically impossible. The TAS packs big Krell power into a more feasible, home theater-friendly package.

52. Kenwood Sovereign DV5700 (DVD player)
A handful of AR reviewers use this player as their DVD-Audio player of choice. Do not miss out on the internal Faroudja video processor, all for under $1,000.

51. MartinLogan Aeon-I (loudspeakers)
Part of the beauty of MartinLogans is their within-reach pricing in the world of high-end loudspeakers. The Aeon-I’s will take you places musically that more traditional speakers will not.


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