Denon AVR-5805 10-channel receiver. Available in November for $6,000 SRP. This new 12-inch tall, 90-pound receiver boasts 10 built-in amplifiers. It offers 16-channel output for multiple sources and zones, including up to two home theaters. Denon expects that the product will appeal to the serious enthusiast, as well as custom installers. Call (973) 396-0810 or visit www.usa.denon.com.
Logitech Harmony 676 Sport Remote. Available late fall for $229 SRP. This latest Internet-configured universal remote control has three interchangeable faceplates for matching décor. It also provides special navigation keys for use with any Personal Video Recorder (PVR) device. It can be custom configured using a PC or Mac. It retains the ability of the company's other Harmony remotes to perform programmable macros. Call (510) 795-8500 or visit www.logitech.com/harmony.
Canton CD 300 Series speakers. Available now for $2,000/pair (CD 300) and $800 each (CD 360F) SRPs. This series, consisting of the CD 300 floor-standing tower speaker and the CD 360F wall-mounted speaker, combines technology derived from the company's high-end Karat line of loudspeakers and a brushed aluminum design. The CD 360F includes the same driver configuration adapted for vertical or horizontal wall mounting. These are 2.5-way systems with four four-inch aluminum cone drivers and an advanced version of Canton's ADT-25 one-inch aluminum-manganese tweeter. Two of the four-inch drivers reproduce low-frequency bass signals exclusively, while the other two reproduce bass and midrange sounds. Call (612) 706-9250 or visit www.cantonusa.com.