Sharp LC-37D40U Video
Delivering true blacks and splendid shadow detail, this EDTV plasma is the king of the home-theater hill.
Although it delivers the deepest color of black we've seen yet, a couple of picture quality problems keep the Sharp LC-46D62U from being a top, high-end LCD choice.
Though a tad pricier than we would have liked, the Optoma MovieTime DV10 does a good job delivering an all-in-one home-theater experience.
Panasonic's SC-BT300 is a 7.1 home theater system with built-in Blu-ray and its tall-boy speakers help deliver very good sound quality, but it doesn't have the Netflix streaming found on some of its similarly priced competitors.
Since they don't come with improved picture quality, the extra features of the Sharp LC-LE847U series aren't worth the extra money it demands.
KEF's stunningly styled egg-shaped speaker package, the KHT-3005, boasts audiophile-quality sound for music and impressive home-theater performance and has earned it an Editors' Choice award.
Though pricey for the hardware inside, the Blueado Mini m5e is a good fit for a limited audience: home-theater buffs who need extensive A/V connectivity in a pocket-size package.
Although Sony's KLV-S32A10 LCD produces relatively deep blacks, its overall image quality isn't worth the higher price.
With so many systems on the market that have planted their home-theater flags deeply in the living room rug, Dell's noncommittal XPS 210 feels too much like it's trying to please everyone. The addition of Intel's Core 2 Duo chips helps overall performance
Onkyo's interactive iPod docking cradle makes it easy to play your iPod over your Onkyo home-theater or stereo system.