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Thanks for tuning in to another edition of our favorite audio deals! This week we found three Editors' Choice offers: the cheapest MartinLogan 5.1 speaker system, the best-priced Technics Pro DJ headphones, ever, and more.
Is It Worth It?: You shouldn't sleep through this Editors' Choice audio deal! Really. It's an alarm clock stereo that vibrates a bed or a pillow and can wake up the heaviest sleepers. It features an iPhone/iPod dock, digital dual-alarm, FM radio, and LCD display with dimmer.
Is It Worth It?: Here, at the intersection where Bluetooth meets boombox, you have the sweet sound of savings to the tune of $10. Available in Black, this 29" x 9" x 18" boombox streams audio from most Bluetooth devices and features two 15-watt speakers, 20 FM and 20 AM stations, LCD display, alarm clock, headphone jack, built-in microphone USB, and SD/MMC slot.
Is It Worth It?: Did you know that the human ear hears sounds in a frequency range of 20Hz (deep bass) to 20kHz (high treble)? Good thing these Editors' Choice headphones go lower and higher, from 5Hz to 30kHz. They also feature a 9.8-foot cord, a 41mm driver unit, and swivel ear cups for a snug fit.
Is It Worth It?: Want a pair of headphones that are less bulky? These earbuds are designed for audiophiles and music lovers alike, and similar to the Technics headphones above, they also boast an impressive frequency range, from 5Hz to 25kHz. What's more, they feature silicone ear tips and a built-in microphone, and are made from oxygen-free copper cable.
Is It Worth It?: Don't want to keep the music to yourself? Then look to this Editors' Choice 5.1-channel speaker system! The MLT-2 includes two bookshelf and two surround speakers that feature 1" titanium dome tweeters and 4-1/2" poly cone woofers, a center channel speaker with a 1" dome tweeter and two 3-1/2" cone woofers, and a 10" 120-watt RMS powered subwoofer. The frequency response is astounding, too, ranging from 37 to 20,000Hz.