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Granted, surround-sound bars are a devices that bring a set of compromises with them. But if that's the only choice that will work in your setup, and you need something a little more visually striking (or if you think you can do better than the built-in steering algorithm), these Sound Hive speaker

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Yamaha's no stranger to the quickly-expanding sound bar arena, and its latest looks to be quite the winner. The YSP-600 offers up 62-watts of total power split between two woofers and 16 \"beam drivers,\" Dolby Digital / Pro Logic II support, a pair of HDMI inputs (along with one output) and a \"Night

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iPod surround bars are nothing new, but iLive's hoping to catch a few eyes that normally gloss over these type things by blessing its iT188B with an oh-so-attractive $99 price tag. This iteration sports \"dual built-in subwoofers,\" an AM / FM radio, obligatory iPod dock and an on board clock to boot

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digg_url = 'http://digg.com/tech_news/iLive_storms_with_33_new_iPod_iPhone_friendly_audio_products'; iPod surround bars are nothing new, but iLive's hoping to catch a few eyes that normally gloss over these type things by blessing its iT188B with an oh-so-attractive $99 price tag. This iteration

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