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1 Bluesound's Rrst sound bar There's more to the new Bluesound Pulse sound bar than just high-performance audio for your TV. It was designed by PSB's Paul Barton - we'll vouch for him as one of the best speaker designers around. This bar has six built-in drivers - no separate sub required, but bass junkies can add the optional wireless Pulse Sub. Bluetooth and Wi-Fi offer wireless music streaming (including high-res tunes). And BluOS on board means this bar can integrate with other Bluesound products to create a whole-house audio system. Bluesound Pulse Soundbar #813PLSBR $999.99 Learn more: crutchReld.com/pulsebar 2 New Polk Signature bookshelf speakers Polk Audio continually finds ways to offer excellent speakers at very competitive prices. These new Signature Series S15 bookshelf speakers are the latest example. Each speaker has two newly developed drivers: a 1" tweeter for extended high frequencies, and a 5" woofer, which along with Polk's patented Power Port , ensures bass that's meaty without being distorted. Removable magnetic grilles provide a clean look. Polk Audio Signature S15 bookshelf speakers #107SiGS15 $229.99 pair Check them out at crutchReld.com/Sig15 3 Classic power, modern convenience Remember when stereo receivers just had power for your speakers, a tuner, and a few analog inputs? How quaint. Yamaha's R-N402 has those basics alongside Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, high-res playback, a free controller app, front-panel USB for thumb drives, Spotify Connect, a digital audio input for your TV, plus MusicCast. Don't know MusicCast yet? It's Yamaha's multi-room software that's built into lots of other gear. Want to learn more? Check out page 22. Yamaha R-N402 stereo receiver #022RN402 $399.99 Get more info at crutchReld.com/N402 This is What's Hot 1 2 3 4 Get advice from one of our experts 1-800-555-9507

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