The Rich List: deluxe home entertainment products for cashed-up audiophiles

High-end home entertainment products from brands including Paradigm, Definitive Technology, Bose, Bowers & Wilkins and B&O

BeoLab 11 Subwoofer

Price: $2500 (per sub)

Not your typical subwoofer, the BeoLab 11's tulip-shaped housing is one you'll want to put on display rather than stashed under the TV. The bisected champagne flute design is impressive enough for exhibiting on your wall, so B&O has given it that very ability. Vibration has been minimised on the 7kg, 30cm high sub, allowing for wall-mounting via a wall bracket. We've seen the BeoLab 11 in action and it definitely delivers on its vibration-free promise, despite being powerfully loud.

If you want a sound system that delivers visually and aurally, the BeoLab 11 is a good bet. However, the eye candy comes at a price: these little beauties will set you back over $2500 per sub.

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