Prime Wireless Speaker System I know there's been a lot of buzz lately about the KEF LS50 wireless (and rightly so), but here's another similar speaker from another respected brand. This one has many of the same features including support for WiFi and Bluetooth, 200 watts of power (50 watts for each driver), an internal DAC, support for just about any wired connection you can think of, and a sub out RCA jack to boot. Asking price is $599.99. Preorders start shipping around October 22. SVS visited a local A/V dealer here in Minneapolis back in early July, and they demoed a prototype version of these speakers. My impression of them at the time was that they sounded pretty good, and seemed like a decent all-in-one solution for those who might not have room for an amp/receiver. I can't say if the actual shipping version of these sound the same though. Who knows what, if any, tweaks have been made to these since then. My guess is that the design and sound were pretty much finalized by that point. Prime Wireless Soundbase If you have an extra pair of passive speakers lying around already, they also have what appears to be a pretty beefy stereo receiver. The features are similar to the new wireless speakers of course, with all of the same wired and wireless connections. You get two channels at 150 watts each and an extra pair of RCA outputs in case you need it. I've been interested in these for a while now, mostly because I'm in need of a new pair of speakers for my iMac. The amp in the ones I had died on me last spring, and I've been hemming and hawing over what to replace them with. These seem like they would fit the bill, but I hesitate at $599.99. I feel like all the wireless connectivity options would be wasted on me, seeing as I would only be plugging them into my computer with a pair of RCA plugs.