Crazy Home Theater Speakers
KEF's Muon - $140,000 - per pair - Designed by Russ Lovegrove, these sexy speakers bring art and sound together in ways that make you want to forget you ever considered an in-wall speaker.
Bowers & Wilkins' Nautilus - There may be no cooler looking speaker with more technology and design chops behind it than the B&W Nautilus.
Orb Audio's Mod Series - $999 - $1,229 per system - Some time you gotta get round to really get down. Orb Audio's Internet direct speakers come in some very cool finishes and ultra-funky colors. They are also a great match for your flat HDTV when on a budget.
MartinLogan's Montage - $1,495 per pair - Round lines and beaming hybrid electrostatic sound is only the start with MartinLogan's Montage
MartinLogan's Script i - $2,000 per pair - On wall is spot on with MartinLogan's Script I speakers.
Proclaim's DMT-100 - $26,000 per pair - Add one part science experiment and two parts audiophile speaker and you get the Proclaim DMT-100 system.
Cabasse's iO2 - $1,734 per pair - The eye in the sky is singing to you with Cabasse's in-ceiling speakers. Cabasse takes industrial design to the extreme in the world of audiophile quality loudspeakers.
Bang & Olufsen's BeoLab3 $3,300 per pair - Live from the planet B&O comes some of the coolest speakers we have laid our ears on.
Bang & Olufsen's BeoLab4 $1,000 per pair - BeoLab 4 proves that excellent sound and acoustic performance is superbly compatible with a compact and intriguing cabinet. In addition to its compact size and shape, BeoLab 4 produces a sound quality that will add to any audio experience.
Bang & Olufsen's BeoLab5 - $19,700 per pair - The styling itself is strikingly unconventional, with a conical speaker distinctly reminiscent of Dr. Whos Daleks. But this unusual and complex form, made of rib-reinforced structural plastics, closely follows function. The big bonus of a cone shape is that it enables a relatively compact and visually discreet design to accommodate a 15" downfiring bass driver, mounted in the base.