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): With this player that allows you to dock fifth-generation iPods to view their content, Philips seems to have done just about everything right, including choosing an attractive price point. Although not cheap, at $150 the DCP750 definitely gives you your money’s worth.—JM
): If you’re in the market for in-ear headphones, but find true in-ear-canal models to be too uncomfortable (or too isolating), give the Vibe a try. At $100, these are the most expensive canalbuds we’ve tested, but they’re comfortable, sound great, and are among the most attractive headphones you’ll find anywhere.—DF
LaCie FireWire Speakers
): As the name suggests, these unique-looking compact speakers connect via FireWire. You can get considerably better sound quality—and save your FireWire port for data—via a similarly-priced subwoofer/satellite speaker system. But if you’re looking for today’s equivalent of Apple’s Harman-Kardon-designed Pro speakers, LaCie’s FireWire speakers are your best options—and they sound better, too.—DF
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