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3 This is What's Hot 1 Slim, 4K-ready Yamaha sound bar We continue to be impressed by Yamaha sound bars. Their budget-friendly bars like the new YAS-106 offer outstanding value. This latest model has two tweeters, two midrange drivers, and two bass drivers for well-balanced sound. Connect it to your TV and bring clarity to movie dialogue and drama to sound effects. It's 4K-ready, so its HDMI connections are perfect for Ultra HD TVs. It also has Bluetooth for playing music wirelessly from your smartphone. And it's designed for wall mounting or stand placement. Yamaha YAS-106 sound bar #022YAS106 $199.99 Keep reading: crutchReld.com/YAS106 2 Digital-ready, future-ready amp NAD's integrated amps are known for two things: pure performance and the ability to upgrade. These are just what the C 368 offers. NAD's cutting-edge design takes Class-D amplification to new sonic heights. There are analog and digital inputs for almost every kind of source, plus Bluetooth. Want more? Choose from add-on modules that offer HDMI connections as well as networking and BluOS - NAD's wireless protocol found in their Bluesound products. It lets you turn this amp into the hub of a wireless multi-room system. NAD C 368 Hybrid Digital DAC/amplifier #745C368 $849.99 Learn more at crutchReld.com/C368 3 Noise canceling with a twist of Apple All noise-canceling headphones need a power source. Since most people use them with smartphones, JBL had a brilliant idea: why not put a Lightning connector on the end and power them with an iPhone ? The result is the JBL Reflect Aware - the smallest noise- canceling headphones we've seen. They're also sweat-proof - perfect for the gym to block out distractions and keep you focused. Available in black, blue, red, and teal. These headphones do not have a standard miniplug connector. JBL Reflect Aware noise-canceling sport headphones with Lightning connector #109AWAREBL $199.99 Get the details at crutchReld.com/aware 3 2

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