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Whether you want to win an Oscar for best sound mixing or have a convenient way to listen to music while you cook, today's featured deals on speakers should sound good to you. Enjoy significant savings on iPod/iPhone docking stations as well as free-standing speakers and subwoofers.
Is It Worth It?: You wouldn't catch Martha Stewart wearing earbuds in the kitchen. So follow the recipes on her podcast with the help of this Editors' Choice kitchen timer and iPod dock. This universal docking station charges your iPod or iPhone, includes various clock and alarm options, plays music from your device or from its built-in FM radio, and comes with a handy remote control.
Is It Worth It?: This Editors' Choice refurbished docking station combines the sleek, simple design Apple customers love with the sound quality Philips is known for. Save up for the impending release of Apple's iPhone 5 and pick up this system (which is a price low by $95), which includes two full-range woofers, auxiliary input, remote control, and more. A 1-year warranty applies, but it's not clear who backs it.
Is It Worth It?: These limited edition bookshelf speakers are an Editors' Choice deal, not only because JBL provides legendary sound quality, but also because this model is available at the lowest price we could find by a whopping $188. This pair of compact speakers won't detract from the look of your listening space while delivering sounds that reproduce the power of the original performances, which make them more appropriate for listening to opera and Neil Young than "Jock Jams" or Miley Cyrus.
Is It Worth It?: Available in Black (pictured) or Cherry, this subwoofer makes a valuable addition to your sound system. Whether trying to achieve surround sound worthy of your new home theater or a personal recording studio, this sub will effectively deliver the deep sounds of James Earl Jones' Darth Vader as well as the baseline of your band's latest heavy metal track.
Is It Worth It?: This all-in-one speaker system has the convenience of the aforementioned docking stations but boasts sound quality more like the speakers mentioned above. With its 8" woofer and 1" dome tweeter, these Sony speakers offer a 45Hz to 50kHz frequency response and more.
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